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Multiple Representation Dice

I love Maths manipulatives.  My kids tend to understand their Maths better if they can hold objects in their hands and move items around.  And I have found with my son he will sit for longer and do more Maths … Continue reading

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Peacock Times Table

It’s no secret I like using colouring pages for learning activities ( the flower number bonds and doubling and halving butterflies were made using colouring pages), they just seem to add a bit of fun to something that can sometimes … Continue reading

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Let’s go on a Measuring Walk

The last few weeks I have been feeling like we are not been doing as much hands-on Maths as we usually do.  So after we discovered a new stunning wooded area just around the corner from our home the kids … Continue reading

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Schofield & Sims Fractions Series

A little while ago Schofield & Sims sent us a pack of Fraction books (12 in total – 6 workbooks and 6 teacher’s guides).  This is our review of the set The set consists of 6 workbooks for Key stages … Continue reading

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Dive Into Shapes

I have been eyeing out the Learning Resources Dive into Shapes set for some time.  I wanted to find a hands on, fun way for the kids to explore shapes both 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional and I kept coming … Continue reading

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Maths on the sliding doors

My kids love drawing on our sliding doors so recently we decided to try some Maths on the sliding doors.  For no real reason other than I like keeping their home learning activities varied and because I know how good … Continue reading

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Buy It Right. Money game for kids

Last year my parents bought the children a shopping game called Buy It Right. It is a money game which can be played at three different levels (beginner level – only use pounds, intermediate level is pence only and the … Continue reading

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