# Maths display

## Collection by Carol Peakman

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Concept: place value of ones, tens, and hundreds Game Type: board game for 2-4 players Includes: game board, 12 number cards, rules, instructions, and a bonus skill sheet As adults we take for granted that the digit three in the number 342 stands for three hundreds. It seems so simple! But in actuality our number system is sophisticated and the product of thousands of years of human thinking. It is crucial that children understand that a digit’s worth depends on its placement in a number…

I ❤️ Numicon. The tactile and visual element it adds to number is fantastic. At the moment in Reception we are really just at the exploration stage, so I’ve but putting the numicon out with t…

Pennants keep students engaged during problem solving while building community and classroom decor.

Hands-on beaded display for no bonds to 10 (",)

*Now includes both US and Canadian versions* These two sets of money word problems require students to solve problems with smaller amounts of money (mostly bills, but some bills and coins) and larger amounts of money (just bills). The first set relates to buying snacks with smaller amounts of money,...

Place value display