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1 TTS Desktop Silicon Number Frames The visual aspect of our new TTS Desktop Silicon Number Frames will help children develop their mathematical fluency and reasoning. They are perfect to support the development of mathematical skills and problem solving. Ideal for working in groups, children are encouraged to talk about number recognition, show instant recall of numbers, counting, sequencing and number bonds and are perfect to use with any age or ability. Great for use in the classroom or even for messy play, due to their flexible, non-slip and wipe clean surface. The compact size makes them an ideal resource for any maths lesson, suiting younger children and those with SEN. 80 pieces in total. Max size: 16.25 x 6.5cm.


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2 NEW Magnetic Base Ten Singapore Colours


Model essential base ten and place value concepts on magnetic surfaces at the front of class. Help students better visualise the 3-D representation of maths concepts. Pair with the base ten block sets for hands-on learning. Age: 3-11.


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Perfect for engaging younger learners with early maths concepts. Suitable from Early Years onwards, you will find the tactile material encourages children to pick them up and play/experiment with the shape. You can use the TTS Wooden Number Frames to introduce simple number skills, such as counting to ten, and number bonds to ten with younger children. Further up the school they can be used more extensively in reasoning and problem solving activities. The set includes 80 pieces and comes complete with storage box. For ages 3yrs+.


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4 TTS Single Colour Magnetic Number Frames


Perfect for older pupils or those who are distracted or confused by multi-coloured resources, these single colour number frames enable children to get a concrete grasp on numbers and to develop maths skills from counting to problem solving. Single colour avoids pupils associating a colour with a particular shape and number. Ideal for developing fluency, reasoning and problem solving skills, they support the concrete, pictorial, abstract approach to learning. Set includes 80 pieces, provided in a sturdy storage box. For ages 3yrs+.


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5 Magnetic Number Frames Develop mathematical fluency and reasoning with our Magnetic Number Frames. The visual aspect of the number frames help children to develop a practical understanding of numbers and can be used to support development of mathematical skills in an array of areas, from counting to problem solving. Working in groups or one-to-one, children are encouraged to talk about number recognition, show instant recall of numbers, counting, sequencing and number bonds, and are perfect to use with any age or ability. 80 Pieces in total. Max size: 16.25 x 6.5cm. For ages 3yrs+.


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