Your company account is blocked and you cannot place orders. If you have questions, please contact your company administrator.




Mathematics is more than numbers, counting, addition and subtraction. Mathematical concepts are not always easy to explore in depth due to their intricacy, however, with the right resources these challenges are turned into valuable learning opportunities Spatial awareness, patterns, time, estimation and money are just some of the many theories you can explore with children using our dedicated resources that capture imagination and attention.


Number and Algebra - Counters

Number and Algebra - Patterns and Sequencing

Number and Algebra: Counting Up to 10

Number and Algebra: Counting Up to 100

Number and Algebra: Ten Frames and Number Lines

Number and Algebra: Hundreds Boards

Number and Algebra: Counting Tools

Number and Algebra: Counting Cubes

Number and Algebra: Base 10 and MAB

Number and Algebra: Place Value

Number and Algebra: Operations

Number and Algebra: Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

Number and Algebra: Money

Measurement and Geometry: Length, Height and Distance

Measurement and Geometry: Weight and Mass

Measurement and Geometry: Volume and Capacity

Measurement and Geometry: Clocks and Time

Measurement and Geometry: Timers and Temperature

Measurement and Geometry: Attribute Blocks, Pattern Blocks and Tangrams

Measurement and Geometry: Shape

Measurement and Geometry: Geometric Construction

Measurement and Geometry: Geometric Equipment

Measurement and Geometry: Location and Transformation

Statistics and Probability: Dice and Dominoes

Statistics and Probability: Playing Cards and Chance

Classroom Resources - Calculators

Classroom Resources: Games and Accessories

We can't find products matching the selection.
Related Articles
  • Embracing Change
    Developing Emotional Intelligence

    Children’s identities, knowledge, understandings, capacities, skills and relationships change during childhood - Belonging, Being and Becoming; the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia, page 7. Framing the discussion that shows your child that you are apprehensive can show your child that adults have emotional reactions to change, but manage them by talking about them.

  • Surviving Christmas

    For many, the stress of Christmas starts from the moment the decorations hit the shops and doesn’t end until the singing of Auld Lang Syne. The attempt to fulfill our children’s wishes and live up to the expectations of a perfect Christmas causes many of us to feel overwhelmed and lose sight of what this festive time should really be about. Whether you are time poor or stretched financially, there are ways that you can take the pressure off and try to recapture the true spirit of Christmas...

  • Create your Christmas – DIY Wrapping Paper

    An old favourite to add a touch of personality to your Christmas presents (and are a present in themselves). Another activity that can be as involved or as easy going as you please, encouraging children to use their imagination and creativity as they personalise their roll of wrapping paper.