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  • Healthy Relationship Bingo for Teens

    …the well-known format of bingo, this game teaches teens about social and personal topics. Covers obstacles to healthy relationships, skills to building healthy relationships, and more.Contains:• Calling cards• 16 bingo cards• Bingo chips• Instruction sheet• Reproducible…

  • Relationship Education Poster Set

    A set of five bright, informative posters explaining the many changes that can happen to both boys and girls during puberty, the causes and effects to the health and wellbeing of young adults and advice on keeping healthy, plus a detailed poster on the reproductive organs.• Puberty in Boys•…

  • Anatomical Torso

    Realistically coloured, dissectible anatomical torso with detailed body parts in the correct proportion and location. A fantastic tool for learning about the major organs and the physical relationship between them.• 11 pieces • Includes key to body parts• Height: 500mm

  • Large Shapes

    Set of brightly coloured, plastic, geometric 3D shapes. The shapes have a common 8cm dimension allowing exploration of the relationships between area, volume, shape, form, size and pattern.Contains: •17 pieces with storage box

  • Geometric Solid Shapes

    Engage children’s understanding of geometric shapes with this hands-on resource. Let them explore the relationships of these 10 plastic shapes in 4 different colours and various sizes.• Pack of 40• Size: from 15mm - 45mm per shape

  • Playground Rules Signs

    At an early stage, children begin learning important life skills - such as managing relationships with peers, teachers, family and friends; understanding emotions/feelings and developing social awareness. These products aim to support and promote such skills.• Signs are made from heavy-duty…

  • Foam Equivalence Action

    Help children understand the relationships between fractions, decimals and percentages. A visual representation of equivalence, easily see that ½ is the same as 50% or 0.5, and pieces can make a whole from the different units.• Made from foam• Size: 90mm(dia.)• 367 pieces

  • Singapore Colours Plastic Snap Cubes

    Enable children to develop a deeper understanding of number. Explore complex patterning and spatial relationships with these geometric shapes. Use alongside our base ten and place value counters, which incorporate the same colour scheme.• Made from plastic• Size: 20mm(h) x 20mm(w) x 20mm(l)•…

  • How to Develop the Perfect Partnership with Parents

    A practical, no-nonsense toolkit filled with ideas and editable templates to help develop positive relationships and provide support for parents/carers of children with SEN. With easy to implement ideas, practical approaches and simple tools which will help you to effectively support parents through…

  • Base Ten Floor Tiles

    …through visual representations. A tactile representation of Base 10. Spot patterns, create games and develop knowledge of numbers from 1 to 120. Children will be able to use the tiles to understand how each number is formed, seeing the visual relationships between them.• Pack of 120• W13 x L13cm

  • 8 Spelling Board Games Level 1

    These brightly illustrated games reinforce letter-sound relationships and word skills in a fun, interactive way. They cover the alphabet, digraphs, medial vowels, rhymes, blends, split-digraphs, vowel phonemes and the first 45 high frequency words. Ideal for small groups, these games will be a…

  • Base Ten Group Set

    The Base Ten Group Set helps illustrate the relationships between units, tens, hundreds and thousands and can help children visualise numbers when learning basic addition, subtraction as well as multiplication and division in 10s. Each block is marked in centimetre squares to highlight how each unit…

  • Equivalence Dice

    Big, chunky ten-sided dice for recognition and games which explore the relationship between the three equivalent forms.• Colour coded, two each of fractions, decimals and percentages• Pack of 6

  • Shape Sorter

    A colourful and multi shaped learning toy. Uses six different shaped holes with six matching pieces for children to learn the relationship with size and shape. Age: 12 months+.• Size: 160mm(dia) x 135mm(h)

  • Geometric Litre Set

    Explore the relationship and compare liquid volume with this set of containers in various shapes. Measuring containers of different heights and volume, marked with 100ml increments, are a great visualisation of liquid volume.• Pack of 6

  • Giant Octoplay

    …Octoplay is a great starting point for building large 3-D shapes and models. Octoplay provides an exciting resource for learning about shapes, relationships through patterns and problem solving skills. Giant Octoplay is suitable for use outdoors or inside – it is extremely durable but also light.…

  • 2D3D Geometric Solids

    This advanced set of geometric shapes is ideal for exploring the properties of 3D solids, relationships between 2D shapes and 3D solids, volume and capacity, and surface area. Each solid is made of durable plastic with rounded corners and edges, each with a corresponding folding net made from soft…

  • Number Bonds Answer Boards

    …on one side and space to write fact families on the reverse. These classroom tools are ideal for building addition and subtraction skills, number relationships and mathematical operations. Ages 5+.• Set of 5• Works with wet- or dry- eraser markers (not included)• Boards measure 160mm(l) x 160mm(h)

  • Connecting Base Ten Classroom Set

    Base Ten materials assist students in understanding the relationship between units, tens, hundreds and thousands. The components in this set interlock, making it easy for students to connect the base ten components.Set includes: • 3 blocks• 20 flats• 200 rods• 600 cubes • 1 25-sheet base ten pad•…

  • Giant Double-Sided Magnetic Rainbow Fraction® Circles

    …with these unique magnets. Teach the fraction then flip over the magnet to show the corresponding percentage - a great way for students to understand the relationship between the concepts.Includes:• Nine 180mm circles (whole, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10 and 1/12) • Activity Guide

  • Five-Wise Number Frames

    …and environmentally friendly, these frames help develop children’s fluidity and flexibility with numbers. They are perfect for spotting relationships and predicting patterns between numbers and visualising numbers in different contexts, all of which contribute to good number sense.Our Five-Wise…

  • Part-Part-Whole Trays

    …concept without them rolling away! Developing the language of part-part-whole through questioning, builds a solid understanding of the relationship between addition and subtraction.• Uses the ‘Cherry Model' to show how a whole can be split into two parts, each part being smaller…

  • Fraction Tower Set Cubes

    …Fraction Tower® Cubes are perfect for exploring and comparing percentages and fractions. Children learn by building simple, graphic mathematical models that clearly demonstrate fraction relationships.• Cubes are marked with respective fractions, percentages and decimals• Set of 51

  • 0 to 20 Number Line Desk Tape

    Each pack of this helpful, self-adhesive tape, includes 36 tapes on a roll that are perfect for students to reference when learning number recognition and relationships. Each tape comes in a self-dispensing box. • Size: 50cm x 2.5cm

  • Wooden Rods

    Full set of wooden maths rods in a range of different colours and lengths. Promoting mathematical relationships, motor skills and creative awareness.• Assorted colours• Assorted sizes: 10mm-100mm• Box size: 325mm x 175mm x 40mm

  • Linking Cubes

    Cubes in 10 colours link together on all sides so students can easily build and explore spatial relationships. Cubes feature geometric shape cut-outs for more complex patterning activities. Great for counting, sorting, measurement and graphing too. • Cubes come in 10 bright colours• Available in a…

  • 1-10 Counting Owls Activity Set

    …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 years+.Includes:• 25…

  • Seaside Spinning Top

    …chunky blue press down plunger spins the ocean animals around whilst the sea bed lights up helping your little one discover cause and effect relationships. The press buttons introduce the crab, 2 angel fish and 3 star fish to baby, calling out their colours and encourage counting teaching numbers…

  • Fraction-Wall Class Pack

    …support the teaching your whole class. Covering many of the fraction objectives in the curriculum the pack is ideal for teaching part and whole relationships, finding fraction, using fraction strips as bar models, adding and subtracting fractions with the same and different denominators, multiplying…

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