Celebrate the journey of the first 100 days at school in style with this ten-frame Daisy Gingham Days at School Display! Created using subtle daisy accents and versatile gingham prints, this interactive days at school chart is sure to become a cherished part of your daily group math lessons.
Children simply place a dot in the ten-frame each day to tally their days at school whilst learning about essential mathematical concepts such as counting, place value and number recognition. You might even like to have a 100 days of school celebration at the end!
- ‘We have been at school for X days’ Posters – 2x neutral toned daisy gingham designs to choose from. Use a whiteboard marker to record the numbers each day or display on your Interactive Whiteboard
- Ten Frames: 0-200 – Draw in a circle in the ten frame to represent each day.
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