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Free Measurement Dominoes

We have been talking quite a bit about metric units for measuring length and how you convert from mm to m, cm to m or mm to cm. We did lots of hands on examples where the kids walked around … Continue reading

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Mental Maths Gym pages from Activity Village

I always say I am a big believer in maths practice.  But I also like finding different ways for the kids to do the practice so it does not become predictable.  This past week we started using the Mental Maths … Continue reading

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Geometry Set Art

Most people don’t think Maths and Art go together.  But I actually think combining the two can be a lot of fun.  Who says Maths can’t be made into Art ? So when my daughter got a geometry set this … Continue reading

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Dice Games for Kids book

I recently mentioned that one of the permanent parts of our Maths basket is our dice.  I find dice a very versatile Maths tools, starting with basic number recognition and counting up to addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.  Dice are … Continue reading

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Maths Loop Cards

One of the Maths activities that we have been doing a LOT of lately has been Loop Cards / Dominoes.  The kids love them.  If I ask them to choose a Maths activity they often choose one of the Loop … Continue reading

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Acorn Number Bond Tree

We have been working quite a lot on number bonds with my youngest and we recently chatted about how if 2 + 8 =10 then 20 +80 = 100.  So I thought it might be fun to do something where … Continue reading

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Rainbow Fraction Bingo

One of our ongoing “topics” at the moment is fractions.  We have been trying to do fun activities that reinforce my son’s understanding of fractions.  Just trying to bring them into our normal everyday life so that spotting that something … Continue reading

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