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# Numbers And Counting

• ## 123 Number Puzzle

A fun way to count to ten and develop early number skills. Age: 3 years+.• Size: 300mm(w) x 225mm(l)

• ## Counting Ladybugs and Number Cards

…Explore counting to 20, odds and evens, addition and subtraction with these durable and weatherproof stones. Use along with the visually appealing Ladybug Early Number Cards to encourage children to explore early maths skills. Activities include counting forwards and backwards on leaf number lines…

• ## Number Bug Counting Line 1-10

As well as providing as essential resource for early numeracy, the number bug counting line acts as a cheerful display. With help from 10 different friendly bugs, children learn to recognise numerals and to count, order, estimate and learn odd numbers up to 10. 1000mm(w) x 160mm(h)

• ## Counting Caterpillars

A fun colour matching game that encourages number recognition and sequencing. Collect 1-10 in this first colour and number game. Teaches number sequencing with friendly caterpillar characters. Age: 3 years+.• 2-4 players

• ## 1-10 Counting Cans

Introduce counting, number sense and sorting as children sort the realistically detailed fruit and vegetables into the corresponding cans. Cans are labelled with numbers, words and pictures for guidance and reinforcement. Age: 3 years+.• Includes 55 foods, 10 durable cardboard cans and activity…

• ## Natural Counting Log

…equal-sized holes which will encourage children to count out the correct number of sticks from a pile, and then count in the correct number for each section.When placed correctly in the sections, children can easily see the difference between the numbers (cardinality). Each side of the log shows a…

• ## Tactile Counting Stones

This robust set of counting stones displays a pattern of indented circles to represent the relevant number. The stones are ideal for counting, number recognition, learning the different ways to represent numbers, subitising and number bonds, among other maths concepts. They are ideal for use…

Throw the dice and match a card with the corresponding number of ladybirds. A fun game to aid counting skills. Age: 3 years+.• 2-4 players

• ## Penguins on Ice Counting Set

This versatile set of counting penguins encourages children to explore various maths concepts as they connect the ice bars and attach penguin counters. They are perfect for creating number lines and grids, counting, patterning, sorting and base ten activities. Set includes:• 10 plastic ice…

• ## Snap-n-Learn Counting Cows

These counting cows are a delightful way for children to discover numerals and engage with amounts. Pull the cows apart and then match the shapes and number to snap the halvesback together. •Includes useful storage tub

• ## Counting Dino Sorters

…supports a variety of early maths skills such as colour recognition, matching, sorting and counting within young learners. Age 3 years+. • Set includes: 10 x two-piece, plastic dinosaur eggs numbered 1-10, 55 x Back in Time Dinosaur counters and a multilingual activity guide• Eggs…

• ## Number and Place Value Teaching Essentials Kit

…revolutionary Number Smart Programme.Set contains:• Numeral Flip Stand• Magnetic Place Value Arrows• One to Hundreds Flip Stand• Foam Magnetic Numbers• Laminated Hundreds Board• Large Vinyl Number Tracks• 117 Number Flash Cards• Number Fans• Number

• ## Squidgy Sparkles Numbers Set 0-9

Empower children with early number recognition. Great hands on resource for teaching early counting, number formation and the order of numbers.• Pack of 10• Size: 150mm(h)

• ## 1-10 Counting Owls Activity Set

Counting practice is a hoot with this early years owl-themed activity set. Young learners use the colourful, stacking plastic owls to explore number and quantity relationships, sorting, patterning, colour recognition and other early maths skills. Perfect for young hands to manipulate. Age: 3…

• ## 1-20 Lacing Numbers

…1-20 number beads are brightly coloured and will help children to understand the basic principles of numeracy and to recognise and position numbers 1-20. The beads are brightly coloured in yellow, green, red and blue. This set is perfect for reinforcing the early learning goals for counting 1-20.…

• ## Numbers and Bugs Dominoes

This chunky pack of 28 number bug dominoes is perfect for teaching young children to recognise numerals, count, order, estimate and add. • 100mm(w) x 50mm(d) x 5mm(h)

• ## Touch and Match Maths Cards - Counting

Explore counting and numeral & amount with these simple tactile cards.Each child can select a textured picture card and touch each animal to count to 20, then find the matching number card to show their answer.The self-checking match-ups are divided into four levels, helping children learn to count

• ## Numbers and Shape Sand Moulds

Made of durable plastic shapes, numbers and operations encouraging early learning during sand play. Colourful moulds use texture and shape to introduce and reinforce areas of mathematics such as counting, solving simple problems and comparing shapes. Perfect to use with sand and water tables. Age: 3…

Fun activity for children to learn numbers, as well as learning number sequence and counting. Number Pads combine mathematical learning with physical activity. The pads are made from durable non-slip flexible plastic, and printed on one side. Age: 3 years+.• Size: 200mm x 200mm• 2…

• ## Number Spinners

…to aid and help with early number work and counting. Create fun games and use the spinner instead of or as well as dice. Can be used in conjunction with or as an alternative to sorting through number flashcards, saving valuable staff time.• Supports Numbers and Patterns initiative•…

• ## Stack and Sort Wooden Number Containers

…children can dismantle and stack the containers into various towers. They can discover or place the objects into each section. This is great for counting and sorting activities. Discovering what is inside the sections will really intrigue the children. Age: 3 years+•Set includes 5 compartments,…

• ## Step and Count Mat

The step and count mat is a fun way for children to develop gross motor, movement and number recognition skills. Contains numbered circles 1-25 on the play mat, which can also double up as a target mat with the use of beanbags (not included.)• Heavy duty PVC• Size: 1350mm(w) x 2100mm(l)

• ## Giant Dominoes - Numbers and Bugs

…numerals with different groups of objects. Made from very tactile plastic material, in jumbo size, the chunky Number Bug Dominoes are perfect for young children, teaching them to recognise numerals and to count, order, estimate and add.• Size: 100mm(l) x 50mm(h) x 5mm(d)• 28 pieces

• ## Match and Count Jigsaw

Learn to count from 1 to 20 by matching the simple picture cards with the numbers. Only the correct cards will fit together. An exciting jigsaw designed to practice problem solving skills and will help develop hand-eye co-ordination. Age: 3 years+.• Develops manual dexterity• Links with Early…

• ## Number Street

A fun and colourful introduction to counting. Piece together the numbered street from 1 to 10, then find the corresponding number of friendly animals for each house. This first puzzle is a great way to develop hand-eye coordination and problem-solving skills for young learners. Also includes a giant…

• ## Wooden Number Trays

Children will enjoy collecting and counting objects in these tactile trays. Ideal for exploring counting, number bonds and mathematical language of more than and less than. Tracing the routed number supports early writing skills. Age: birth+.Size: 100mm(l) x 140mm(w)

• ## Colour And Count Choo Choo

This brightly coloured train encourages children to learn about numerals and amounts. Stack the correct number of shapes into the wagons to match the numeral on the side of each carriage. The cargo can also be used in construction play. •Product Contents: Train Driver, Train Engine, Four…

• ## Smart Snacks® Number Pops

…The printed number pops will help develop number recognition and will reinforce early counting skills. The colourful pops pull apart to reveal the corresponding number of dots. The coloured dots match the colour of the shell which also helps colour recognition. Age: 3 years+.• Contains numbers

• ## Puzzle card bundle

Perfect for preschool readiness, new Puzzle Cards build letter recognition, vocabulary, number recognition and more. • Small pieces for smaller hands. •Helps build fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and spatial awareness.

• ## 50 Number Line Activities

50 Number Line Activities is a set of 50 double-sided activity cards for teaching math skills with number lines. Topics include: odd and even numbers, greater than, less than, addition, subtraction, skip counting, multiple addition, tiding numbers, place value, reversibility, multiplication,…

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