A selection of our very best maths resources entirely free, updated each month.
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Glove puppets are a great resource for helping with counting up and down.
Try counting the number of children on a bus as they get on and get off with each stop.
Finger waggling to show quick responses to early mental arithmetic questions.
Clapping games are a great way to improve counting skills.
Splashing around and doing maths!
Playing Kim's Game is a great way to improve memory skills.
Be prepared to get a little wet with this activity!
Use the sand pit for counting and tracing numbers!
A small box can be a treasure trove for maths activities!
The kitchen is probably the best room of all for maths activities.
Skittles is a great game to help with counting and subtraction.
A good game to play with young children who are learning to count.
A different way to practise counting: keep your ears open and listen!!
Fun activity for children learning to count.
Play the well known game, but with shapes rather than letters.
A pair of balance scales and plenty of coins to find which coin weighs the heaviest.
Some ideas to help with making patterns and logical thinking.
Long term project planting seeds and watching them grow!
Building towers to help with counting
Some data handling ideas when planning a party.
Paper plates are a great resource to help with mental arithmetic.
Practical activity estimating and comparing weights.
Fun ideas to help with counting in tens.
Halving is one of the first steps in understanding fractions.
Plates and biscuits are a great way to introduce sharing equally.
Dominoes are great for maths work. Here are just a couple of ideas.
Great activity for reinforcing the idea that addition can be done in any order.
Simple idea that helps with counting in tens and units.
Make number strips in tens.
Describing position with cubes - harder than it looks!
A fun activity to do on the floor, especially if you have some fast toy cars!
Combine dice rolling and bingo to help with addition.
Hoops or loops of rope provide a great resource for Venn diagrams
Tips for using matchsticks to help with maths.
Toy animals are a great resource to use in maths: here is just one idea.
Kim's game is a fun game for young children to help develop memory skills.
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