Morphun numeracy bricks take children through the early years of counting and recognising numbers with KinderMaths. Then through sequencing, addition, multiplication and even a maths style crossword puzzle with our Mathsphun sets.
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Mathsphun Maths Range
This set adds a wider range of maths signs and can be used in combination with the Addition and Multiplication sets for the whole range of normal maths class activities.
The Maths set pieces are numbered 1-10 and come with: +, -, ÷ x / and = signs. The chunky side joining pieces will help concentration and involvement as the teachers present their own range of simple activities. Other signs such as local currencies or % and @ can be added for dealers on request.
The core objective of Mathsphun is to provide a system of teaching the early stages of number use in a fun way that will get increased classroom or home learning attention. The chunky side joining pieces will also help concentration, involvement and hand-eye coordination.
Mathsphun Board Range
Mathsphun addition and multiplication combines boards with grids with our tough and easy to use numbered bricks. The core objective is provide a system of teaching the early stages of number use in a fun way. Through this we achieve increased classroom or home learning attention. We also have one further Mathsphun version for general maths teaching across a wider range of class activities including subtraction and division.
The number of teacher developed classroom activities provided free in every board set is 8 sides of A4 colour so that all sets have at least 30 language free activities. The teachers will normally then develop many further activities tailored to their own student’s needs.
The Mathsphun addition, and multiplication games use red numbers at the edges as the questions, and the other number in the middle as the answers. Keep moving the red bricks and you keep changing the answers needed.
KinderMaths combines numbered bricks from 1-10, spotted bricks from 1-10 as well as Morphun’s great construction bricks as the basis for a wide range of beginner level maths exercises. Teachers know that most kids start counting with their fingers, and the change to numbers can for many children be slow and difficult. The two stages of KinderMaths makes that change so much easier to do, and the game like structure ensures students will work harder and concentrate more.
Up to 16 A4 language free photo-copiable work cards are available with exercises covering counting, height, length, addition and subtraction. Multiplication and division signs are also provided.