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A capacity powerpoint demonstrating full, empty, half full etc.
Describing where Humpty Dumpty is using positional language.
Identifying and naming 2D shapes found in the environment.
Using number shapes to understand subtraction within ten.
Watch the curtains open, identify the 2D shapes and name them.
Some more children get on at the bus stop – how many now?
Identifying and naming 3D shapes found in the environment.
Count the spots on the ladybird and double the number.
Count the ladybird’s spots and click on the right number.
Play ‘What’s the time Mr Wolf?’ and learn to tell the time (o’clock).
Watch the curtains open, identify the 3D shapes and name them.
Count on to find the difference between two amounts of money.
A set of flower posters with number bonds for 10 for classroom display.
Using number shapes to demonstrates number bonds for 10.
Work out which teen number sock is missing from the washing line?
Days of the week T-shirts on washing-line. What day is missing?
Times table wheels for aiding children in their learning.
The eight British coins with words for aiding written work.
Sequencing events using the language of time e.g. tomorrow, before.
Add up the coins and find the matching coloured piggy bank with the amount.
A 2D shape lotto for playing with a small group of children.
Months of the year with illustrations relevant to the month.
Supporting the teaching of ordinal number with ’10 Rubber Ducks’.
Using number shapes to show double numbers within 20.
Knight Owl asks the questions ‘What is one more…?’and ‘What is one less…?’
Using a Venn diagram, sort the 2D shapes according to the given criteria.
Knight Owl cuts the whole pizza into halves and quarters.
Arranging numbers from the smallest to the largest within 20(displayed on ice creams).
Learn the ‘odds and even rhymes’ and sort the balls.
A fun way to learn number bonds for 10 through singing a song.