Problem Solving

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  • Tangrams Classpack

    The whole class can practice problem-solving with this set. It contains enough pieces to make 30 tangrams.

  • Maths Comprehension Cards

    Encourage students to put their maths skills to use by solving real-life problems presented in engaging fiction and non-fiction passages. Simply read the story before flipping over the card for six multiple-choice comprehension questions. Includes teachers' guide.

  • Under The Sea Shells™ Word Problem Activity Set

    Maths word problems are brought to life with Clams, Crabs and Starfish in this under-the-sea themed maths activity set! These adorable sea creatures will help early learners visualise a variety of maths techniques. Age: 6-10 years.

  • Problem Solving: Years 5-6

    Chapters include:• Reasoning about numbers and shape• Solving problems involving 'real life', money and measures• Numbers and the number system• Shape and space• Calculations• Handling data• Making decisions

  • BrainSnack© - 300 problem-solving cards with CD

    …resource that contains 300 carefully graded maths problem-solving cards, which focus on guiding pupils towards a strategic approach to solving problems. The cards can be split amongst individuals or used in groups, to try to complete the challenge that the cards present to them. Additionally…

  • Problem Solving: Years 3-4

    Chapters include:• Reasoning about numbers and shape• Solving problems involving 'real life', money and measures• Numbers and the number system• Shape and space• Calculations• Handling data• Making decisions

  • Problem Solving: Key Stage One

    Chapters include:• Numbers and the number system• Reasoning about numbers or shapes• Counting and recognising numbers• Measures, shape and space• Solving problems involving 'real life'• Adding and subtracting• Calculations

  • Primary Problem-solving in Mathematics

    Primary Problem-solving in Mathematics is a seven-book series of photocopiable activity worksheets for practise in problem-solving skills and mathematical thinking.

  • Coloured Building Blocks

    Brightly coloured blocks for those first constructions. A super set for individual or group work, prompting creativity, problem solving, negotiation and sharing. Age: 2 years+.

  • Measuring Motor Counters

    Great for counting, sorting, number stories and problem solving. Children can compare and estimate cars of varying size with this unique counter set. Age: 3 years+.

  • Wooden Marble Run

    An active learning resource which will provoke creative thought and problem solving as well as helping develop hand/eye co-ordination, encouraging early maths skills and promoting negotiation and communication between children. Age: 3 years+.

  • Marble Run

    Children can create their own 3D model and learn to control the direction of marbles through the run. Offers opportunities for problem solving, creativity and communication. Age: 4 years+.

  • Soft Tunnel Play

    A great product for encouraging team work and problem solving. Strong dense foam core resists bending and twisting. Brightly coloured covers can be removed and are fire resistant, durable and easy to clean. Age: 3 years+.

  • BIG DEAL- Soft tunnel play

    A great product for encouraging team work and problem solving. Strong dense foam core resists bending and twisting. Brightly coloured covers can be removed and are fire resistant, durable and easy to clean.

  • Write & Wipe Fact Family Boards

    Build number fact fluency with boards designed in the familiar triangle format. Double-sided, wipe-clean boards focus on addition/subtraction on one side and multiplication/division on the reverse. Support algebraic skills such as equations, the commutative property and problem solving.

  • Match and Count Game

    …to 20 by matching the simple picture cards with the numbers. Only the correct cards will fit together. An exciting game designed to practice problem solving skills and will help develop hand-eye co-ordination. Age: 3 years+.• Develops manual dexterity• Links with Early Learning Goals in mathematical…

  • Giant Octoplay

    …a great starting point for building large 3-D shapes and models. Octoplay provides an exciting resource for learning about shapes, relationships through patterns and problem solving skills. Giant Octoplay is suitable for use outdoors or inside – it is extremely durable but also light. Age: 3 years+.

  • Tactoids Construction Toys

    Tactoids construction toys are a fantastic way to encourage imaginative play and develop both problem solving and fine motor skills. Each set includes work cards and enough magnetic parts to build multiple working models simultaneously or a multitude of other imaginative creations. • Warning!…

  • About Time - Telling Time & Understanding Elapsed Time

    …grasping telling the time and developing their understanding of time concepts. Unique time circle pieces work alongside the analogue clock and included time number line to enable children to learn skills from visualising intervals of time to understanding elapsed time and problem solving with time.

  • Economy Treasure Basket

    …discovery, excitement and learning. It will support children's physical, emotional, communication and numeracy development as they explore and play and watch their problem solving and imagination unfold. Each of the 40 carefully selected treasures complies with EN71 safety standards. Age: 3 years+.

  • First Algebra Links Dominoes Set 1

    These dominoes introduce simple algebra problem-solving with an open square indicating a missing number. All four algebra rules are covered, and the dominoes are suitable for KS2 upwards.

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