Longer And Shorter Worms Playdough Mats

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  • This is great as an editable document.  For LA I used the originals, for MA I changed to different standard measures, i.e. longer than 5 cubes and longer than 4 cubes but shorter than 8 cubes.  For HA I did similar to MA but with cm.

    , Sep 27th
    • Hi ewoodgirl,
      I'm really glad you're finding it useful! Thanks for sharing :)

      , Sep 28th
  • Use this for my general capabilities students for concepts of longer and shorter.

    , Jun 4th
  • I used this one and  to make a more mixed level learning area 

    , May 7th
  • With my Kindergarten class to introduce the language of longer and shorter

    , May 16th
  • with my 4 year olds to use comparative language and get their fingers working!

    , May 11th
  • I use this resources for my kindergarten class but I hope you can have it in Spanish too for all. Good materials

    , Mar 7th
    • Hi maspichardo58,
      I'll see what we can do for you! Thanks for commenting :)

      , Mar 7th
    • Hi there maspichardo58,
      We have done this for you and sent the new resource in an email, I hope you enjoy using it! It will also be available on the website for download within 48 hours, and you can find it either as a main resource, or under 'Alternative versions' above.

      , Mar 7th
    • Hi there maspichardo58,
      We've made this resource for you and have sent it in an email, I hope you find it useful! It will also be available for download on the website within 48 hours, and you can find it either as a main resource, or under 'Alternative versions' above.

      , Mar 7th
  • Lovely resource and perfect for recapping vocabulary.

    , Jan 27th
  • making comparisons and exploring length. Extending children's maths vocabulary. Its linking in with our minibeasts theme.

    , Jan 8th
  • Good for comparisons and learning concepts

    , Oct 23rd
  • During W week, integration of math and play with foundational measurement skills. Thank you!

    , Sep 13th
  • Numeracy unit

    , Jun 15th
    • Hi GenieC,
      Thank you for commenting! :)

      , Jun 15th
  • i use this resource for children to continue to explore their interest of worms and build mathematical skills such as length and measurement in a fun and creative way.

    , Jun 9th
    • HI there kitkatc, thanks for your comment! Sounds great!

      , Jun 9th
  • During our exploration of a worm farm this spring I will be using this resource for the students to manipulate Play-Duh into the worm shape and then measure them using the vocabulary of shorter than, longer than and/or equal to.

    , Mar 21st
  • Perfect for a Year 1 independent carousel activity.

    , Feb 8th
A set of colourful playdough mats featuring a lovely length activity. Great for use with this topic - a fun cross-curricular resource. Just laminate to create re-useable playdough mats!
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