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Chick & Eggs Number Bonds

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A collection of number bonds to 10. Each picture shows a certain number of eggs and chicks that total 10. Ideal to use in the spring or when exploring a farm theme in your school or early years setting. They show the different ways that you can make 10.

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  1. Helen

    Great for linking to my topic ‘Are Eggs Alive?’

  2. Sarah

    My son really likes chickens for some reason, so this has been a great way of encouraging him to practice his counting!

  3. Paula Houchen

    Will be great for my hatching Spring Chicken Topic.

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