This resource is aimed at pupils in middle classes or SEN pupils who are working on numbers. It is based on the consolidation of skip counting in 10s. The resource features images of children engaged in scientific activity.
Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut each one up into ten separate strips. Laminate another piece of A4 card. Adhere a long strip of velcro to the laminated card at the top and the bottom. Adhere a square of velcro to the top and bottom of each of the ten strips. The pupil then uses their knowledge of number order to position the strips correctly using the Velcro to reconstruct the sleeping child image.
Alternatively, the pages could be printed and cut into strips. The pupils could then be required to reconstruct the image by sticking the strips in order onto a blank page using glue. (I hope all of this makes sense!)
This is a great way for pupils to demonstrate their understanding of skip counting in 10s in a fun way. It is also good for fine motor skills in the putting together of the puzzles.
Images are from the My Cute Graphics website
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