# EY

This is a mathematical racing game. It is designed to give children plenty of (social) opportunites to reinforce their ability to recognise odd and even numbers.

**This is an extension (literally) to the popular Place Value Ladder Boards.**

The original boards only went to 6 spaces, and a number of you have asked for more!

Well, I have now stretched the place value ladder boards to 10 places, and offer three rather than two ladders. **Read more »**

**This a set of Counting Posters for the numbers 1 to 10** for classroom display. Unlike most similar counting resources however, these are designed to clearly demonstrate the changing magnitude of the numbers. **Read more »**

**A simple maths game to encourage children to practice (and to share) quick addition strategies**. This is suitable for 3 or more players

You need four sets of 1-10 cards. (See our Digit Cards) **Read more »**

**This maths game gives young children the opportunity to practice and refine their addition skills, using totals up to 12. **

The game will suit two to four children and works particularly well with mixed ability groupings. The children playing the game have a standard set of dominoes. **Read more »**

**Following a couple of requests** I have repackaged the original maths starter activity (the original Flip Flop design) in two ways:

**-** a larger, A3 format, so you can use the counting activities with larger groups of children.

**- **a set of mini* Flip Flops*, each counting grid is 8.5cm square. **Read more »**

**This is a twist on the traditional ‘Follow Me’ style cards**… you know the ones: each child has a card with a number and a maths question; one child asks the question and everyone looks at their cards to see who has the appropriate answer, then the chain continues around the classroom. **Read more »**