One to Twenty Number & Quantity Flash CardsAll images are of objects familiar with young children for easy identification. The objects have also been arranged in order for easy counting in preparation for quick grouping identification used when adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.
One to Twenty Number & Quantity Memory GameThe Memory Game uses the same easy identifiable images as the flash cards but adds dice configurations to increase the complexity of the game. This will increase the child's skill to identify a quantity in groups quickly. A fun way to develop a necessary skill required to think mathematically when adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.
2D Shapes Memory GameHelp children learn the vocabulary of simple to complex 2D shapes by matching up to 11 different shapes with objects familiar to children. The added word cards increase the difficulty of play while developing sight word recognition. These can also be used to play other games such as 'I Spy'. A list of other activities is provided with the set of 33 cards.
11 Learning Shape BooksThe 11 Shape Books works the same way as the 10 Colour Books but uses a different repetitive sentence to help increase your child's sight words while they learn their shapes. In the classroom, this would make a great Maths group activity.
2D Shapes Snap GameEnjoy learning to quickly match the 2D shapes with familiar environment objects or simply use either on their own while interacting over Snap! You can make this game as easy or as complex as you need to. There are 11 shapes. Each have 9 different coloured shape cards to match to 9 different object cards - that's 99 shape cards & 99 different object cards - a total of 198 cards!!
2D Shapes Teaching CardsThe Memory Game uses the same images as the flash cards but without the word printed. This will increase the child's ability to recognise the beginning sound of the object and try to remember its matching letter. A great way to develop a necessary skill required when learning to read.
3D Shapes Memory GameLearn the language used in describing simple to complex 3D shapes by matching the 10 different 3D shapes with their names or descriptions. The description cards increase the difficulty of play while also developing their understanding of language such as 'angles, edges and faces'. The cards can also be used to play other games such as 'Who Am I?'. A list of activities is provided with the set of 30 cards.
20 3D Shape Teaching Cards20 3D Shape Cards in total. A set of 10 solid shapes and a set of 10 wire frame shapes. The two sets are the 10 most common 3D shapes and clearly display the faces, sides and angles that children find difficult learning about 3D shapes. A suggested list of activities and games is included to allow learning the language of 3D shapes to be more interesting than a worksheet!
14 Templates - 3D Shape Nets14 templates to create. A great way to learn the names and features of 3D shapes. Display them in the classroom or from the ceiling of a bedroom. A second set could be used as posters or large teaching cards to help children understand the language associated with 3D shapes such as faces, angles and sides. A list of activities and games to play once the shapes have been created has also been provided.
6 Life Cycle Sequence Card SetsGreat for children learning the concept of growth or the language of time such as first, next, and then. 4 sets of 4 cards (hen, frog, butterfly and tree). 2 sets of 6 cards for the growth cycle of boy to man and girl to woman. Word cards have also been added to the sets for matching/memory games and sentence building.