Place value numbers 10-19....colouring fun!

Please raise your hand if you have a child who sees the number 14, but reads it as 41, or a 13 which comes out as 31, or a 19 which she will tell you is 91!
In my latest attempt to win this battle, I've put together a simple colouring activity, which (hopefully) demonstrates the place values for the tens and units, by inserting the manipulatives inside each digit

Multiplication fact folders...making memorising more colourful!

Free printable Multiplication fact folders.
We're ready to start memorising the multiplication facts for 1 to 10 inshallah. To make the task a little more interesting, we produced a folder for each times table group...
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