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Bud's Number Garden

Join Bud the bee to explore his magical garden and practise recognising numbers, counting, sequencing and much more! How many creepy crawlies are hiding in the leaf pile? How many eggs are left to hatch?

Pupils
3-5 year olds
Ten Frame - 1 to 20

A simple ten frame manipulative which shows either one or two ten frames and counters. You can display either horizontal or vertical ten frames.

Teachers, Pupils
4-7 year olds
Addition to 10

A useful introduction to the concept of addition which features cute animals to count and a number line.

Pupils
4-5 year olds
Home Time Ladybirds

Count the spots on the ladybirds and drag them to the correct houses. The maximum number of spots is 9 and children will need to subitise to work out the total on each ladybird.

Pupils
3-5 year olds
Higher and Lower

How good are you at ordering numbers? Lots of examples to try from simple ordering numbers to 10 to fractions, decimals or negative and positive numbers. Please be aware the input numbers section is faulty.

Teachers, Pupils
3-11 year olds
Animal Home Builder

A delightful series of activities where children need to follow instructions to help to build animal homes for a cat, dog, bird and rabbit.

Pupils
3-5 year olds
Listen and Play The Billy Goats Gruff

An EYFS resource from the BBC which has songs, rhymes and listening games as well as the story The Billy Goats Gruff.

Pupils, Parents
3-5 year olds
Five Little Speckled Frogs

Can you sing along with this number song about 5 little speckled frogs?

Teachers, Pupils, Parents
3-5 year olds
Time to Fight a Fire

A variation of the 'Wheels on the Bus' song, this time with a fire engine. The animation tells the story of how fire fighters receive an emergy call through to how they put out a fire.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents
2-5 year olds
Subtraction Grids

Can you meet the challenge to see how many subtraction calculations you can do in two minutes? There are different levels and you can choose either one or two missing numbers to make your number sentence correct.

Teachers, Pupils
6-11 year olds
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