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  • British Isles Map with Cities – Multi-Coloured

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    A great fun way to learn about some of the major cities in the British Isles. Simply place one of the 21 numbered counters in the white square next to the city you think it is. This marking comes with 4 sets of 1-21 counters in different colours to allow 4 children to guess at the same time. An ideal addition to the Geography curriculum. The pin to mark ?where you are? adds an extra bit of fun and education, the children need to try to position the marker as close to where they think they are on the map.

  • Number Footprints

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    Footprint playground markings are a simple and effective way of guiding children across a playground or along a school pathway whilst aiding them intheir numeracy skillsat the same time! Footprints add a splash of colour whilst being great fun to jump from footprint to footprint. Footprints have been used for safe routes to schools. A simple cost effective marking for guiding children. Footprint playground markings come in various colours Red, Orange, Green, Yellow, Blue are the most common, why not mix it up or just use one colour for each year group. The choices are endless!
    Want to know how many footprints to order? – Simple!

    1) check (roughly) the stride length of your age group
    2) measure the length of the area you need the footprint playground markings to cover
    3) Divide the length of the area by the stride distance and hey presto you have the amount of footprints required

  • 1-10 Number Ladder

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    This bright marking makes an excellent addition to any playground. It is especially helpful for key stage 1 children to assist in their counting!

  • Multiplication Tables 12 x 12

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    The colourful Multiplication Table is probably one of the best ways to incorporate Maths and learning in to your children’s play time. For slightly more simple Maths please take a look at our Addition Tables.

  • Snake A-Z Upper & Lower Case

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    This colourful snake is bright, colourful and an excellent teaching aid. Playground markings will help the children learn and develop while having fun. This colourful playground marking is designed to encourage children to learn through exercise and imagination. This marking brings a vibrant, fun energy to literacy.

  • Snake A-Z Cursive

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    This colourful snake is bright, colourful and an excellent teaching aid. Playground markings will help the children learn and develop while having fun. This colourful playground marking is designed to encourage children to learn through exercise and imagination. Cursive font helps with children’s reading and writing skills, allowing them to visualise how letters should join together making learning fun for all the children. This is particularly useful for KS1 classes targeting the development of handwriting skills. This marking brings a vibrant, fun energy to literacy.

  • Number Line 0-20 Outline

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    Our 0-20 number line offers you a simple visual explanation of how to count up to 20.

  • 4 Point UK Map Compass

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    The 4 Point UK Map Compass playground marking is approximately 3.75m in diameter. Compass points are constructed from yellow and green thermoplastic while the centre of this compass is filled with a basic representation of the UK helping you to teach the children geography.

  • Toucan

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    Animals are a fun and colourful feature to add to your playground! They help to educate children by familiarising them with different animals as well as making the playground a more vibrant, exciting place to be.

  • Let’s Bear Friends

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    Let’s Bear Friends or let’s be friends Friendship stop. Designed to encourage children to get along with each other. Take the children to these bright colourful bears and sing the accompanying rhyme make friends, make friends, never ever, break friends.

  • Octopus

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    Octopus is a colourful playground marking that helps to bring the marine animals to your school.

  • Dolphin

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    Animals are a fun and colourful feature to add to your playground! They help to educate children by familiarising them with different animals as well as making the playground a more vibrant, exciting place to be.