Maths in your hands
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Numicon is the market-leading primary school maths programme that offers teachers a wealth of resources that can be used across EYFS, KS1, KS2, and bridging the gap to KS3.
Based on a concrete-pictorial-abstract approach, Numicon encourages children to explore maths using structured imagery and apparatus in order to understand and explain mathematical concepts. Make the most of manipulatives or mastery by using Numicon resources.
Download Years 1-6 matching charts to see the full coverage.
Get 10% off our easy to implement catch-up and intervention products. For KS1, Breaking Barriers can be used to revisit early curriculum content. Big Ideas is used at KS2 and is for those who need to revisit key concepts from the upper primary maths curriculum.
These packs are perfect for classroom bubbles and clusters, your pupils can work through the exercises in the books whilst using the apparatus to support their learning. These packs include 15 x Pupil Books and 15 x Box of 1-10 shapes, buy all this for £140.63 + VAT and save £46.87. To claim this offer contact your local sales representative.
Whether you’ve a focus on mastery, manipulatives, or intervention, Numicon Online can be used alongside any resources or programme. All the support you need is in one place, from the Interactive Whiteboard Software to the new Digital Teaching Resources Handbooks, this platform has everything you need.
Build a secure future in mathematics for every child with Numicon
Time saving resources for primary maths teaching
Making the most of manipulatives
Practice for Key Stage 1 and 2 Maths SATs
Specifically designed to teach children with special educational needs
Additional sessions for children in KS2 and KS3 to reinforce and embed key maths concepts
Resources for maths learning at home
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