Reusable multiplication mats differentiated from 2 to 6 groups. Children can roll a dice and build that number with counters or blocks in each circle, then either skip count or count altogether to find the total number on the mat. This resource
Children can roll a dice and represent that number in the middle column. They can then record one more and one less than that number. Can be used with counters and blocks. It also includes a 10 more and 10 less option.
Can be printed onto A3 paper
Students can use dice to practice graphing. After rolling the dice, place a counter, draw a small picture or use a stamp in the column representing the shown number. Children can discuss the gathered data with a partner.
There is three versions of
Ordinal number cards from 1st to 16th.
Cards can be laminated and hole punched to make a lanyard. Students can select a lanyard to wear and work together to arrange themselves in the correct order. Alternatively, cards can also be used for display