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ANGELA (25-10-2014)

Donna,
I love this site! Customer service is wonderful!
Thanks :)


Joanne (18-07-2014)

Donna.
love the site, Could you please add some patterning activity cards suitable for small group work.
Thank You


Unknown (10-02-2014)

Thanks very much Hazel - so glad they are so helpful....


Hazel (09-02-2014)

Dear Donna,
I have been using your resources for a few years now and I love them. This term I am using the Nursery Rhymes and my year Ones love recreating the sentences and are constantly checking the poem/rhymes to make sure they got them right.
Keep up the great work.
Regards Hazel Van Dalen


Unknown (27-01-2014)

Noted thanks Kerren


Unknown (27-01-2014)

Hi Ruth

We have these - they can easily be printed smaller (or 2 pages per sheet) using your printer settings....

http://www.k-3teacherresources.com/numbers-chart.html


Unknown (27-01-2014)

Hi Gail

We do have those Gail - they are available in both formats here....

http://www.k-3teacherresources.com/multiplication_table.html


Unknown (27-01-2014)

Noted - thanks Annette


Unknown (27-01-2014)

Noted thanks Lisa


lisa (02-11-2013)

Hi, could you please make a clock bingo game for Foundation/Year 1 using oçlock , half past and quarter past times?
Many thanks, Lisa


Anne (14-10-2013)

Just what I'm here looking for. Hope we can get some.
Anne


Kerren (04-10-2013)

Hi there
I love your math resources. Is it possible to make up some number arrays with counters or animals for the times tables. Even if it is just the 2x,5x and 10x this would be very helpful for my class.
Many thanks
Kerren


Ruth (21-09-2013)

I'm looking for A5 size display cards showing numerals, words and pictures for wall display.


Annette (18-09-2013)

Can you please add some symmetry math resources? Thank you


Gail (01-09-2013)

Could we have the Times tables written in this way: 1x6=6, 2x6=12, 3x6=12. This way is the best way for learning as we teach the children that we are making groups. It is easier for the children to visualise and understand.


C (20-08-2013)

Love this site, it's so clear and colourful and very useful. Any chance of a fraction wall being added to the collection?
Thanks.


Helen (10-06-2013)

Could you do some tenframe charts please and charts up to 1000 for Year 3's
Helen Jamestown


Unknown (03-04-2013)

Hi Amanda

I have also put this suggestion on our suggestion pages to see who else would like this....

Thanks Amanda


Amanda (31-03-2013)

Could you do some pattern boards for us time stretched teachers using a variety of types of objects and patterns eg animals, shapes, numbers, etc with a variety of sequences 2, or 4 or 6 or 3 or 5 or 10 in a pattern


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