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Other Flexitable Multiplication & Division Grid with CD (12 x 12) Flexitable Multiplication & Division Grid with CD (12 x 12)

Flexitables are no ordinary numeracy charts or multiplication tables for children: they are tactile and made of soft flexible plastic.

This low tech approach to maths teaching resources is an effective way of boosting key numeracy skills.

Comes with a CD featuring 18 actitivity plans and training videos.

ST240-MULT12 6.25

Flexitable Multiplication & Division Grid with CD (12 x 12)

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Flexitables are no ordinary numeracy charts or multiplication tables for children: they are tactile and made of soft flexible plastic.

This low tech approach to maths teaching resources is an effective way of boosting key numeracy skills.

Comes with a CD featuring 18 actitivity plans and training videos.

ST240-MULT12

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It is vital that children know the basic principles of maths – how to multiply and divide, how to add and subtract, how to turn fractions to decimals – and Flexitable grids and multiplication tables (times tables) can help every pupil to learn and remember them.

Teaching times tables to children at a young age will help develop basic key skills, and our range of numeracy resources are especially designed for this purpose.

This Flexitable product consists of a 12x12 Multiplication/Division Grid, printed on soft flexible plastic that has vertical and horizontal channels, allowing children to continuously fold them again and again.

Flexitables have a far greater life than paper or cardboard products and are proven to be a very effective way of teaching numeracy and times tables to children.

The CD enclosed features 18 activity plans and training videos that supports assessment for learniing enrichment.  Fully printable and interactive and linked to the renewed Primary Framework for Mathematics.