Promoting number recognition and development of simple addition and subtraction mental calculations, this is a fun game the whole class or a small group can play together. Children have a game board each. The teacher or a selected student calls
A fun game for young children in learning to count backwards as well as recognising the number and it's word. Each child receives a card. Beginning with the biggest number, the child shows their card as they say their number, then squat down.
A pre-addition game. Playing in pairs, children roll a dice and add that number of manipulatives to their game board to gradually build their rocket ship. The first to build their rocket ship with 10 manipulatives is the winner.
A simple yet fun game, promoting development of number recognition, ordering and subitising. Children play with a partner, taking it in turns to roll a dot dice and place a counter on the matching number on their ladybug. But they have to do it in
A Universal board game that can be used for literacy and maths. Children play in pairs as 'bees', and aim to be the first bee to the hive. A game card is selected, child completes the problem (eg. reading the word on the card), if they get it
These flash cards contain CVC words for all five vowels. Words are in both print and Victorian Cursive. You choose what you want to print and use. These have been made to fit the Buzzy Bee Board game also available in my store.
These 3 sets of 6 (18 mats in total) playdough mats encourage the development of fine motor skills and allows young children to practice spelling and phonics in a fun way.
Use as an early finisher activity or as part of a literacy rotation/centre,
Covering the five short vowel sounds with two mats per vowel, these provide a fun way to learn to read, spell and write whilst working on fine motor skills.
An alternative to using playdough is texta or whiteboard markers.
Great for use in
A cute little addition to your mathematics patterns lessons. Children use picture cards to fill in the gaps in the patterns on the boards. For extension, children can just use the picture cards to create their own patterns. Other uses - children
A kinaesthetic phonics game where the students are the frog, hopping from lily pad to lily pad as they work out the missing vowels from their CVC word cards. The first 'frog' to make it to the finish rock is the winner.
The game includes vowel