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Beebot and math. A clear piece of plastic marked into the appropriate squares then change the questions underneath. Children code the beebot's journey to count by the answers eg. By 1, 2, 5 etc

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Great idea to use with the Bee-Bots - a Dice Mat! You can make these yourself or (I'm sure) buy them. ~Bon

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Bee Bot Map use for teaching shapes. Older children could make interactions or clues describing shape attributes

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