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Preschool Shape Outlines Tracing Free Worksheet

This is a sheet to help with pen control as well as shape recognition. Let the child trace around the shapes to help improve pen control, as well as enforce shape recognition. shape outlines Share this:PrintFacebookTwitterEmailLike this:Like...

Free Coloured Shapes worksheet

For teaching shapes with preschool children I have made sheets to cut out and use either as flashcards, for gluing, or tessellation. This sheet has a selection of squares, circles, triangles, and stars COLOURED SHAPES Share this:PrintFacebookTwitterEmailLike this:Like...

Verbs plus Common and Proper Nouns free Worksheet

A short worksheet to help enforce the ideas of verbs and nouns. The sheet differentiates between proper and common nouns. Nouns (common and proper) and Verbs Share this:PrintFacebookTwitterEmailLike this:Like...

Subtraction with Exchange: Free Worksheet

I may have grown to love mathematics, but that was not always the case. I once stood in The Girls shoes, with a less happy relationship with mathematics. One of our problem areas is subtraction with exchange. It is a skill she will master, then after going onto another discipline, she forgets how to do it. One of the keys we have found to enforcing the ideas is practise, practise, practise. So we have made up this sheet to gave a lot of practise subtracting, with exchange. Many of the sums involve exchanging twice. As an aside, when we first started to learn about subtraction we began using thousand cube, hundreds, tens and unit cubes. Building the to sum using the blocks, then subtracting. Being able to visualise the exchange of 10 hundreds , ten tens, etc really helped teach the principal. What makes maths difficult is it’s abstract nature, anything that makes it visual will help the child grasp the concepts. subtraction with exchange Share this:PrintFacebookTwitterEmailLike this:Like...

Free Money Worksheet II and III

Here is the next of our money worksheets. This one explores in a bit more detail the notation and £1=100p. We underline how to write money values in pounds and pence UK Money II Money worksheet III further explores switching between dealing in pounds and pence, with examples of working out the change of a pound. UK Money worksheet III Share this:PrintFacebookTwitterEmailLike this:Like...
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