Times Table Melamine Plate

Times Table Melamine Plate

Times Table Melamine Plate

Our PriceAu$11.99
CodeTimes Table plate melamine
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Times Table Melamine Plate

The Times-Table Plate is another favourite with primary school aged children. This colourful, fun and vibrant grid is a great visual aid for children learning their times tables.

For children aged 5-10:

  •     Point out the patterns displayed in the plate, for example, the highlighted pink numbers running diagonally across the plate represent the squares of each number 1-12 (12=1, 22=4, 32=9, .. , 122=144).
  •     Point out the horizontal and vertical patterns of the plate. Ask the child to pick any highlighted pink square in the grid and explain that all horizontal numbers from this point are the same as the vertical numbers from this point. For example, if we start at the pink highlighted "9? square, reading horizontally we will see 12, 15, 18, 21, 24 etc. If we start at the pink highlighted "9? and read vertically we will see the same pattern 12, 15, 18, 21, 24 etc. In other words 3×4 is the same as 4×3 and 3×5 is the same as 5×3 etc.
  •     To find the product of any two numbers, help your child find one of the pink numbers in the top row and the other number in the far left column and find the intersecting square between the two numbers.



The Alphabet Plate is a great way for kids to learn and review their letters and learn about fruits and vegetables at the same time. This plate is loved by kids 2-6 years of age but is appropriate for kids of all ages.

Healthy eating is essential to a healthy mind and body and what better way to encourage healthy eating than on a Plate!

Introduce your kids to all the foods on the plate and have fun guessing more fruits or vegetables that start with the letters of the Alphabet…?? it’s not as easy as you may think!

(read more to get ideas about how you can get the most of this alphabet plate)

If the child is 2-5 years old:

  • Place some peas on the plate and ask them to find the picture of the peas on the plate. Show them the letter P and repeat the word "??peas”. Then make sure they eat their peas!
  • Repeat this process with cut up apples, watermelon, carrots, strawberries, zucchini etc.
  • Talk about all the different colours on the plate and educate them about eating a range of different colours of fruits and vegetables daily.
- See more at: http://educationonaplate.com.au/product/alphabet-plate/#sthash.TZ2Wcezi.dpuf

The Alphabet Plate is a great way for kids to learn and review their letters and learn about fruits and vegetables at the same time. This plate is loved by kids 2-6 years of age but is appropriate for kids of all ages.

Healthy eating is essential to a healthy mind and body and what better way to encourage healthy eating than on a Plate!

Introduce your kids to all the foods on the plate and have fun guessing more fruits or vegetables that start with the letters of the Alphabet…?? it’s not as easy as you may think!

(read more to get ideas about how you can get the most of this alphabet plate)

If the child is 2-5 years old:

  • Place some peas on the plate and ask them to find the picture of the peas on the plate. Show them the letter P and repeat the word "??peas”. Then make sure they eat their peas!
  • Repeat this process with cut up apples, watermelon, carrots, strawberries, zucchini etc.
  • Talk about all the different colours on the plate and educate them about eating a range of different colours of fruits and vegetables daily.
- See more at: http://educationonaplate.com.au/product/alphabet-plate/#sthash.TZ2Wcezi.dpuf

Serving up learning, the fun way!

  • Make mealtimes a breeze with our educational plates. You’ll eat, learn and interact!
  • Education on a Plate products, are made of 100% melamine and meet all strict international regulations regarding BPA, PVC and Lead. They are BPA Free and dishwasher and freezer safe.

    These plates are the perfect gift of knowledge. They come packaged in a boxes shown in second image.  Great educational product


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Serving up learning, the fun way!

Make mealtimes a breeze with our educational plates. You’ll eat, learn and interact!

- See more at: http://educationonaplate.com.au/#sthash.Rwyq74lV.dpuf

Serving up learning, the fun way!

Make mealtimes a breeze with our educational plates. You’ll eat, learn and interact!

- See more at: http://educationonaplate.com.au/#sthash.Rwyq74lV.dpuf

Product Description

The Blue Shapes Plate is a wonderful introduction to shapes and colours. From a circle to a decagon, this plate covers a range of 2D shapes.

Kids can start by matching colours to find matching shapes. They can count the sides to determine the shape and they can try and identify all 15 two dimensional shapes in the picture.

Kids from the age of 2-10 years can be challenged by this design.

It also introduces the concept of 3D shapes, such as cubes, pyramids and cylinders which can be a talking point between parent and child during mealtimes.

For children 2-4 years old:

  • Ask them to tell identify all the colours on the plate.
  • Ask them to find the 3 yellow circles.
  • Ask them to find the 7 red triangles.
  • Ask them to count the sides of the pentagon, hexagon, heptagon and decagon.
  • Ask them to find the 2 pentagons and the 3 squares.
  • Ask them to point to the star and semi circles and ovals.
  • See if they can find other 2D shapes in their environment, such as rectangular photo frames, round plates, square floor tiles, a crescent moon, triangular school crossing sign or an octagonal stop sign.
  • Introduce the idea of 3D shapes, like spheres and cylinders etc and try to identify some around the kitchen (a cylindrical baked beans can or spherical watermelon).

For children 5-8 years old:

  • Ask them to find and name all 13, 2D shapes on the plate.
  • Ask them to find all the squares, pentagons, circles, semicircles, ovals and triangles on the plate.
  • See if they can tell you other shapes in the environment that may be a diamond shape or an octagon or heptagon shape? Such as a kite, road signs, a 50 cents coin.
  • Introduce the idea of 3D shapes, like cubes, spheres, pyramids and cylinders etc and try to identify some around the kitchen (a cylindrical baked beans can or a spherical watermelon or meatballs, a cubed ice or cheese).
- See more at: http://educationonaplate.com.au/product/blue-shapes-plate/#sthash.eYAsKAVU.dpuf
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