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...Introduction Use a story the children have been reading to learn more about different places. Children design and create their own map for the character to move through on a programmable device or robot. They can use felt-tip pens, paint...
...Introduction This activity encourages children to look for shapes in their environment. It develops their visual awareness and understanding of shape and shows them how to put math into a real-life context.What you need A variety...
...Play scoring games Play scoring games with balls, quoits or bean bags. Draw targets, tracks or starting lines on the wall or ground with playground chalk. Use small whiteboards or blackboards for scoring. Put up some simple goals...
...Using Compare Bears in free play Make the bears or other ‘family sets’ of creatures available for free play with bricks or other construction sets. Leave some near the sand or water. Leave a box on the maths table or shelf for free play...
...What you need bingo cards a large cardboard clock face counters somewhere quiet to playKeywords time clock hands o’clock number hour half hour winnerBefore you start Work with the children to make some clock bingo cards and a big clock...
...What you need large piece of paper two large plastic rings or hoops selection of coloured wooden shapes paper and pens rulers printed number laddersWhat you do Introduce the opposite words – top and bottom. Draw two circles on the white...
...Introduction Help children to create special time capsules filled with photographs, pictures, objects and other artefacts collected throughout the year. This is a great opportunity for children to have time to think about key events...
...What you need a large space outdoors paper pencil crayons and felt tipsKeywords day seven days week collect drawBefore you start Talk with the children about the activities they do in their week. You could ask parents or carers to note down...
...Make a game Collect several identical pieces of junk mail or catalogues or buy two sheets of wrapping paper. Use to make matching games. Help the children to cut out matching pictures, stick on card (old cereal boxes will do). Play snap...
...What are they learning? Division by sharing equallyWhat you need Three plates and three soft toys Twenty-one raisins A 1–6 diceWhat you do Talk to the children about sharing the food between the toys. Ask them to predict how many raisins...