Plastic Number Spinners 1-10

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A versatile resource for teaching probability and number recognition.

Variations

From £2.50 ex VAT

Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Durable Construction

Made from sturdy plastic, these spinners are designed for frequent use, ensuring they can handle busy classrooms.

Versatile Use

Ideal for teaching number recognition, place value, and probability, these spinners offer multiple educational applications.

Engaging Design

The spinners come in four different colours, making them visually appealing and easy to use in various activities.

Supports Problem-Solving

Helps children solve addition and subtraction problems using concrete objects and pictorial representations.

Number Representation

Assists in identifying and representing numbers using objects and pictorial representations, supporting early maths skills.

Plastic Number Spinners 1-10

A versatile resource for teaching probability and number recognition.

Overview

• Engage children in probability lessons with these plastic number spinners. The set includes spinners numbered from one to ten in four distinct colours. Made from durable plastic, they withstand regular classroom use.

• Use the spinners in Lower Key Stage 2 mathematics to help children identify, represent, and estimate numbers with different representations. They support understanding number and place value with hands-on visual learning. Create interactive games to reinforce these concepts.

• For Year 1 and Year 2, the spinners help represent numbers using objects and pictorial representations, including the number line. They assist in solving addition and subtraction problems with concrete objects and pictorial representations. These versatile tools enhance understanding through practical application.

Supports the National Curriculum

Mathematics, Lower Key Stage 2, Number - Number & Place Value

Identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations.

Mathematics, Year 1, Number - Number & Place Value

Identify and represent numbers using objects and pictorial representations including the number line, and use the language of: equal to, more than, less than (fewer), most, least.

Mathematics, Year 2, Number - Addition & Subtraction

Solve problems with addition and subtraction using concrete objects and pictorial representations, including those involving numbers, quantities and measures.

Material

• Plastic