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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
  • 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'
  • Developing Mental Maths with 9-11 year olds:
    • reinforces previous experience of counting and place value
    • consolidates and develops facility with the four operations
    • provides problems involving multi-step and mixed operations to extend the children's skills.
    Further books in this series include 'Developing Mental Maths with 5-7 year olds'  and  'Developing mental Maths with 7- 9 year olds'
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    Slavonic Abacus

    £14.25 £13.50
    This resource provides the perfect concrete model for the field of 100. Each bar of the abacus is configured in fives of red and white beads.
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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.
  • This set contains 121 pieces - 100 units , 10 flats, 10 rods and 1 cube. The different values of 1, 10, 100 and 1,000 are colour coded. This resource is an essential tool for those struggling with understanding the place value of numbers and is useful in demonstrating the need to exchange up or down when calculating as in addition or subtraction.
  • This photocopiable book is one of a series of books for young children learning maths. This series  provides additional learning opportunities for pupils working at levels 1, 2 and 3 of the National Curriculum in Mathematics. The aim of the book is to make basic mathematical skills an enjoyable activity. There are two types of activity in the book:
    1. Trail pages - In these pages pupils do the first sum (usually labelled START) and from this sum the route which contains the answers will lead the pupil to the next sum.
    2. Picture pages - In these pages pupils work out a sum and then look at the key to find which colour links up with that answer. The area for that sum is then coloured in  using the appropriate crayon or felt tip, a picture will eventually emerge.
  • 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.
  • Dale Seymour and Ed Beardslee  have created this collection of  photocopiable masters to help students develop three important elements of critical cal thinking: the ability to recognise patterns, the ability to use visual imagery and the ability to reason logically - universal skills that help students solve problems in almost any discipline. Rated at three levels of difficulty in grades K-3  the activities provided experience with:
    • patterns with numbers, shapes and letters
    • ordering by size
    • comparing shapes and designs
    • symmetry
    • plotting pictures on graph paper
    • logic word problems
    • number sentences
    • Venn diagrams
    • other areas that develop critical thinking skills.
  • Dale Seymour and Ed Beardslee  have created this collection of  photocopiable masters to help students develop three important elements of criticaal thinking: the ability to recognise patterns, the ability to use visual imagery and the ability to reason logically - universal skills that help students solve problems in almost any discipline. Rated at three levels of difficulty in grades 4-6  the activities provided experience with:
    • patterns with numbers, calendars, shapes, coins and letters
    • ordering by size
    • comparing shapes and designs
    • symmetry
    • plotting pictures on graph paper
    • logic word problems
    • number sentences
    • Venn diagrams
    • other areas that develop critical thinking skills.
  • This pack includes 28 full colour  activity cards alongside teaching notes. Activities include addition/subtracton, problem solving, and fractions.These activity cards are designed for use with double sided dominoes.
  • Cuisenaire Rods-0 Cuisenaire Rods-0
    Sufficient rods for small group, 2-3 students.
  • This photocopiable resource, written by Mark and Katy Hill,  is packed full of activities for reinforcing number bonds. These highly original and enjoyable activities will give your pupils reinforcement work they need and save hours of preparation. Written by an ecperienced KEY Stage 1 teacher, all activities have been tried, tested and enjoyed.
  • Number fun, conceived by Mark and Katy Hill,  contains 96 photocopiable worksheets to help young pupils in Reception. These imaginative and  educational activities will be a hit with pupils  - they fly balloons, climb ladders, swim underwater with tropical fish, become a detective and learn how to recognise, read and write numbers without even noticing and will prove an invaluable resource for years to come.
  • Create your own Bingo-0 Create your own Bingo-0
    Write-on/wipe-off create you own bingo game set, reinforces lessons through game play.
  • Tony Brown and Henry Liebling have written a book for all those who want children to enjoy the challenge of learning mathematics. They presents teachers, students and home educators with exciting and varied ideas for introducing mathematics to primary-age children. They suggest ways to use equipment and resources to support learning.