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### FREE Roll, Subitise & Count Fine Motor Math Game!

As always we like to create a little something for FREE for our FANS! Our FREE Roll & Punch a Rainbow Game will help your students build their fine motor skills, subitise, and count! Grab this FREE Math Game On our Website! #math #teaching

### 20 Activities and Printables for Teaching Number Recognition

Number recognition, or learning to identify and name numbers, is one of the first things a kindergarten or pre-schooler will learn how to do. It is a complicated concept because it involves much more than being able to name a number. Traditional flash-card activities will help with recalling and naming different numbers, but this is a long way from teaching children a deep mathematical understanding about number recognition. For this to happen children need numerous opportunities to discover…

### 5 Multiplication Strategies Kit

Promote a Growth Mindset in your class with our FREE Mistakes Poster! Download it from our website!

### 0-10 Hole Punch Activities -FREEBIE On Website!

These numbers o-10 hole punch activities are engaging fine motor activities activities for recognising numbers, digits and quantities. Use this pack, numbers 0-10 hole punch activities, to help your students match quantities as, tens frames, tallies, digits, words and counting on fingers for the numbers 0-10 . The use of a hand held hole punch will also help your kids develop the smaller muscles found in the hands, fingers and wrists. Grab a Fine Motor FREEBIE from our website! #math…

### 5 Multiplication Strategies Kit

Skip Counting Mat FREEBIE on our website! Your kids will love this Fun pop stick activity for skip counting, & multiplication. Grab the FREE printable to use in your math rotations from our website!

FREE think board template for teaching maths By A Plus Teaching Resources

### 20 Activities and Printables for Teaching Number Recognition

Number recognition, or learning to identify and name numbers, is one of the first things a kindergarten or pre-schooler will learn how to do. It is a complicated concept because it involves much more than being able to name a number. Traditional flash-card activities will help with recalling and naming different numbers, but this is a long way from teaching children a deep mathematical understanding about number recognition. For this to happen children need numerous opportunities to discover…

### 6 Hole Punch Fine Motor Activities For Teaching Numbers!

These hole punch fine motor activities are great for helping young children develop the smaller muscles found in the hands, fingers and wrists. This simple number recognition activity involves paint chip cards from the DIY store and a hand held hole punch. Kids practice matching numbers to quantity by simply punching out the correct number of holes on each number card. So Simple! Young Kids will love this creative, open-ended, hole punch fine motor activity as a math rotation task to help…

### Australian Curriculum Resources For A Plus Teachers!

A Plus Teaching Resources for A Plus Teachers offers a range of time-saving, teaching resources for primary school teachers. Download Australian Curriculum resources for teachers including checklists, teacher planners educational posters, classroom games and activities, worksheets and free teacher resources!

### Easy Pumpkin Soup

This Easy Pumpkin Soup is a favourite healthy, school-night recipe made from butternut pumpkin, or any type of pumpkin you like! It is delicious, hearty and so easy to make. Try it as a MEAT FREE Monday dish, or you can add bacon for a hearty meat version. Our pumpkin soup is possibly the easiest soup recipe on the planet, because everything is thrown into a slow cooker and it cooks while you're at work. When you get home blend with a stick blender and mop it up with crusty bread! Yum!

### Teaching Number Sense

Your students will develop their number sense with these motivating activities. They are suitable for kids of all ages and can be adapted for kids in kindergarten through to 3rd. Use these activities in your math stations, for homework or as part of your teaching program. Visit our site to see a preview video and read more about building number sense. #mathgames #teachingnumbersense #teachingkidsmath

### How To Make Coloured Rice

Rice is not just for dinner! It can be used in numerous ways in the classroom including Sensory Bins, Calm Down Bottles, I spy Jars. Coloured rice can be used for hundreds of activities including filling, pouring, measuring, matching colours, making music and art as well as random play for kids. Coloured rice isn't just nice to look at it is a great activity to build fine motor skills. What's more it is so simple to make. Download this no cook recipe for perfect coloured rice and grab a free…

### Non Standard Measurement: Teaching With The Messy Maths Box

Teaching Non-Standard measurement teaches students how to really measure but without using rules, tapes or scales. But it often becomes a counting lesson rather than a lesson about how to measure. It is an important foundation and precursor to 'REAL MEASUREMENT'. Learn about our secret weapon..."Messy Box" to help you teach measurement. Download our free Measurement Cheat Sheet from our website. APlusTeachingResources.com.au

### 6 Hole Punch Fine Motor Activities For Teaching Numbers!

These hole punch fine motor activities are great for helping young children develop the smaller muscles found in the hands, fingers and wrists. This simple number recognition activity involves paint chip cards from the DIY store and a hand held hole punch. Kids practice matching numbers to quantity by simply punching out the correct number of holes on each number card. So Simple! Young Kids will love this creative, open-ended, hole punch fine motor activity as a math rotation task to help…

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