100 square and times table squares are common in every classroom in the uk, why not Uganda!!.
“Just what I needed for my daughter who is struggling a little with maths. She loves it and is now looking forward to tackling her maths homework. It has definitely given her a lot more confidence which is all she really needed. Thank you” Supplier Customer 07/11/2018
The 100 squares can be used for addition – counting on, subtraction- counting back, adding 10 etc in a visual way. Early maths learning involves visual understanding of concepts and is crucial to further maths development. Don’t let early number worries hold your child back.
These items are very useful for early learning of number. Whether you are learning your tables or numbers these cards can be used to visually display number and practice on the reverse side- blank for you to fill in.
The times tables square (grid) is a simple design to show the times tables for all numbers 1-10 of each table.
Listing Across and down the page it builds an understanding of some of the number patterns.
Look for tables ending only in even numbers, are there any tables that end only in odd numbers? What is special about the numbers like 4, 9, 16, 25,
A great visual representation for children who need concrete instruction.
If your child’s class does not have a big one of these on their wall ask WHY?
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Our resources as specifically designed to help you support your learner, give them the advantage of home support and over learning.
The curricula are so busy now that there is very little time left in the school day for reconciliation , revisiting and over learning, this can all be done at home with our excellent targeted KS1 resources.
Even 2 minutes per day can make all the difference
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Times Table Square, KS1 maths number learning.
Our 14 cm x 14 cm times tables square are made from card and coated enabling them to be used for times tables practice using a dry wipe pen.
This excellent teaching resource for counting is simple but hugely effective for learning times tables.
Reverse side of times table square, blank to be completed.
The flip side of the times tables square created blank to plot the times tables being targeted.
Created to be used with classroom dry wipe pens. Blank times tables square.
100 square, for KS1 maths, teaching resource.
Recognised from almost every KS1 classroom, a simple but very useful 100 square, showing relationships between the numbers.
Excellent for counting forward and backwards, use with a dry wipe pen.
100 square reverse for KS1 maths, teaching resources KS1.
The reverse side of the 100 square is left blank deliberately so that the teacher can explain links between numbers to 100.
Any teacher will tell you this tool is amazing for children to understand the relationships between numbers and counting forwards and backwards, in tens and so on.
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Counting Forward 10
A concept that is much more easily grasped when using a 100 square.
Counting on 10
From 4 to 14, count on each number, you have ended directly below where you started.
Where will you end up if you add 10 to 65?
What numbers are hidden? Why.
By counting on from one the child realises that the numbers 3, 6, 9 12 are covered up. What do these have in common?
Look at the pattern being made,
Can you suggest other numbers that follow this pattern.
(In picture divisible by 3)
Time Table Square in every classroom
Grown out of the 100 square is the times table square. Simple clear and user friendly.
Until you know your times tables you will really thank us for this!!
No Worries, we hope it helps!
There is a trick how long until the figure it out?
Do you know how many kids would LOVE to fill this blank square in totally all by themselves?
Quick time for a cup of Tea whilst its quiet!