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  • small sand timer Placeholder
    Useful for any game requiring turn taking with a time limit
  • This sandtimer is useful for setting time limits. It can be motivational for learners who dawdle over activities.
  • Power of 2-0 Power of 2-0

    Power of 2

    £22.00
    Power of 2 follows on from Plus 1 and covers all aspects of mental maths that are needed for the national curriculum.
  • Maths Revision Book-0 Maths Revision Book-0
    This Revision book, unavailable anywhere else in this form, has opposing pages which are squared and lined. This would permit the recording of key information for revision purposes.
  • Plus 1 - the introductory coaching system for maths success-0 Plus 1 - the introductory coaching system for maths success-0
    This individualised programme of work puts in place all the foundations of number. It covers basic counting and introduces addition and subtraction.
  • Clock - day and night with time-line-0 Clock - day and night with time-line-0
    These geared clocks feature an illustrated sun and moon wheel that provide a visual indicator of what the sky might look like at different times. It has a red hour and a blue minute hand plus corresponding coloured number markings.
  • Flexitable - addition and subtraction up to 20-0 Flexitable - addition and subtraction up to 20-0
    This is a durable tool for the addition of two numbers up to twenty. The answer is found by folding the square. It would support and, over time, familiarise a weak student, of these key facts.
  • Wooden Numbers-0 Wooden Numbers-0
    This set consists of approximately 30 numbers and the 5 function symbols.
  • Flexitable - parts of a whole fraction grid-0 Flexitable - parts of a whole fraction grid-0
    This fdouble-sided flexitable grid folds to find equivalent fraction, percentage and decimal values.
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    Rainbow Fraction Dominoes-0 Rainbow Fraction Dominoes-0
    These dominoes develop fraction and percentage recogntion and equivalency. The pack includes 36 double sided dominoes and an activity guide. There are two levels of play. The first involes matching numeric and visual representations of fractions, the second progresses to challenge the addition of fraction values wthin one whole.
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    Money Lotto

    £17.60 £12.00
    This beautifully photographed Lotto game is designed to help children recognise the value of coins and notes, add them together and calculate change. The game contains
    • 4 game boards with 36 playing cards
    • A leaflet with alternative games
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    Time Lotto

    £17.60 £12.00
    This  beautifully photographed lotto game is designed to encourage children to learn how to read times on a variety of different clock faces. It contains:
    • 4 game boards
    • 36 Playing cards
    • Multi-language leaflet with alternative games
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    Shape Lotto

    £17.60 £12.00
    This  beautifully photographed lotto game is designed to encourage children to recognise and explore the properties of common  2-D shapes This pack contains:
    • 4 game boards
    • 36 Playing cards
    • Multi-language leaflet with alternative games
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    Table Rhymes

    £11.99 £10.99
    Graham Smith has created a little book of thymes related to multiplication tables. The book was intended- at least to begin with- to be shared between parent and child. Each rhyme is related to particular aspects of tables starting with multiples of one, then two and three and so on.
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    Dyslexia and Maths

    £21.99 £14.99
    This book, by Julie Kay and Dorian Yeo, is a concise text that helps teachers understand why dyslexics find maths difficult. They offer practical ideas for supporting these pupils effectively. This book:
    • explains areas of maths dyslexics tend to have particular difficulty with
    • assesses current teaching philosophies and methods
    • describes a framework of general learning principles that allow dyslexics to make progress in maths
    • outlines a number of specific and effective teaching recommendations.
    This book will help teachers at both primary and secondary levels to better understand the maths performance of dyslexics and gives them an overview of the ways in which dyslexics can best be supported in all aspects of maths learning.
  • Developing Mental Maths with 7-9 year olds:
    • extends counting skills and understanding of place value.
    • reinforces and develops strategies using the four operations
    • introduces multi-step problems with mixed operations
    Further books in this series include 'Developing Mental Maths with 5-7 year olds'  and  'Developing Mental Maths with 9-11year olds'