Tag Archives: home-made maths

Fraction shapes

As my youngest has been learning more about different fractions and my oldest is trying to get her head around decimals, I kept trying to think of MORE activities that the two of them could do together.  And as the … Continue reading

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Fractions, Decimals and Percentage learning aid

After spending a lot of time on breaking Time down into fractions it was no big surprise that my daughter wanted to do more fractions this week (Fractions is one of her favourite Maths topics).    We had been talking a … Continue reading

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Split Ring Number Bond Booklets

My youngest keeps asking me for more and more Maths and lately he has been commenting how two or more different sums sometimes equal the same number.  So I thought I would make him some Number Bond booklets.  Really simple, … Continue reading

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Addition and Multiplication Home-made flip books

Around two and a half years ago when my daughter was learning her basic CVC words we made one of those basic CVC word books – there are lots of them on Pinterest.  You basically buy a cheap flip notebook, … Continue reading

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Simple home-made doubling and halving aid

I actually made this a while ago for my daughter but never included photos on the blog.  As  I have recently received a number of comments about the maths goodies that the kids use and some have asked for more … Continue reading

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