Differentiated Roman Numeral Colour by Numbers

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  • Great for morning task, while we learn about Roman numerals in maths this week.

    , Apr 24th
Colouring by numbers is a fun way for you to assess your children's colour and number recognition skills, while they practise their fine motor skills. This set features 3 different Roman themed images, each with its own key containing the colours to use and their corresponding numbers. Perfect for display, or as something lovely for them to take home with them.
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