Foundation Numeracy Exit Tickets – Worksheets
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Numeracy working mats to explore place value, operations and fractions.
A fun hands-on 'Ten in the Bed' number rhyme activity to help students sequence numbers and count backwards from 10.
A set of dominoes to help students consolidate their understanding of 3D objects.
A monster themed place value worksheet to use when identifying the missing numbers in a sequence.
A worksheet to use when learning the multiplication facts of eight.
An informal time of day activity resource.
18 Numeracy Exit Ticket activities for students to provide evidence of their learning progress.
A bright number board representing numbers 1-50.
A bright number board representing numbers 1-20.
A set of three working mats to explore simple addition.
A set of MAB Block picture cards to use when exploring place value and partitioning numbers.
A 72-slide PowerPoint presentation containing a variety of quick warm-up activities.
A beautifully designed, 24-page reading magazine specifically written for Year 1 students.
A fun and engaging set of 6 number puzzles to help students count in the classroom.
A fun match-up activity to consolidate your students’ knowledge of 2D shapes and their properties.
A place value worksheet to use in the classroom with younger students when learning number stories and rhymes.
A set of dominoes to use in the classroom when learning to subitise numbers from 1 to 12.
This Mathematics unit addresses the concept of time for young learners. It focuses on the days of the week, connecting familiar events to particular days and sequencing events in time order.
This Mathematics unit addresses a range of number concepts involving identifying, sequencing and representing.
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A fun icebreaker activity to use at the beginning of a new school year.
A fun, getting-to-know-you game to play in the first days of a new school year.
Basic diagnostic tool to test your students' phonological awareness.
Ideal to use in the classroom when learning how to count small sets of objects.
Use this fun teaching resource to help consolidate your students’ knowledge of subitising to 10.
A mini booklet to assist younger students in learning about octagons.
A scavenger hunt where students search for 2D shapes in their surrounding environment.
A mini booklet to assist younger students in learning about semicircles.
A mini booklet to assist younger students in learning about hexagons.
A mini booklet to assist younger students in recognising and drawing pentagons.
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