# KS1

**This is another Counting Display** like **Flower Counting**, **Car Counting** and **Spider Counting**, this number-line resources has been designed to help&nbs **Read more »**

**Here's a fun reverse bingo game... **I call it '**reverse**' because the Bingo Boards the children use all feature written subtraction problems, such as ‘50 – 32’ or ‘50 – 19’. **Read more »**

**This is a straightforward number game for 2-4 players.** You need 4 sets of **0-9 digit cards**, a sand timer (or stopwatch) and individual whiteboards (or notepaper). **Read more »**

**This resource consists of 100 cards grouped into pairs of numbers which sum to 100.**

Print and cut out some or all of the cards - you may, for example, only choose to use specific pairs of numbers:

**10-90, 20-80, 30-70...**or

**9-91, 19-81, 29-71...**or

**1-99, 11-89, 21-79...**for example

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**We are looking at Place Value again**... and all the teachers who have used this have found it to be a real hit with their children!

It is basically a grid of numbers.

The children take it in turns to roll a dice and choose a card. Together, the dice and the card indicate a number value - if the children find this value on their sheet they colour it in (or cover it with a counter - if you are recycling the game boards)

For example: **Read more »**

**Here's a simple money game that will help young children to develop their early coin recognition and money calcualtion skills**.

The basic idea is that the chidlren play in pairs, taking it in turns to roll a dice and to collect a number of coins that matches the dice roll. The children are collecting coins to 'feed the Money Monster' and they have to be careful when selecting the coins so that they make the correct total. **Read more »**

**This is a very simple collection of 'cards' you can use to support place value.**

Throughout the Summer we asked for suggestions of maths teaching resources you would like to see added to mathsicks.com. This was one of them - a way to link Tens and Units with other, different representations of numbers.

The 9 page pdf download features 72 cards showing four different ways to represent numbers: **Read more »**