Winter theme maths ideas
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    Default Winter theme maths ideas

    Does anyone have ideas for my winter theme I just need help with the maths side of things x

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    Depends what age you have hun,
    counting snowballs (made from paper or rolled up socks if necessary) or anything else winterish
    sorting small, medium, large, snowflakes etc. asking which is smaller/ bigger
    matching sets of gloves, or hats and scarfs (pictures of?) to go on snowmen
    Anything that uses number words or sorting skills really, just adapt it to make it something wintery

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    Shapes - round snowmen bodies / triangular noses / oval eyes

    Big and little - circles for buttons / bodies

    Distance - how far can you throw a snowball?

    Time - how long does it take for a snowball to melt?

    Shape - make snowflakes using paper and scissors

    Enjoy!

 

 

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