math: number anchor chart that reinforces multiple representations of numbers; SO helpful for students with disabilities.

Number sequencing for preschool age, recognise and order numbers from 1 -

Number formation display I think this is fabulous for engaging the boys. I would probably introduce one number at a time and slowly build it up.

Great for mathematical development: Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

Ages: M: Use common measuring tools in correct content. Any object that stands up straight would be idea to use (blocks, legos, or pop sickle sticks).

Hands-on beaded display for Number bonds to 10 - could be easily extended to 20 for year 1

Use mirrors for doubling activities

Instead of numbers write the color word on the bottles. Sort pom-poms by color. Empty each bottle and count the pom-poms. Then record how many pom-poms were in each bottle. Add the two colors together for addition practice.

Numbers display (initial letter of name for phonics)

Fence ideas: Counting leaves - take math outside

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I ❤️ Numicon. The tactile and visual element it adds to number is fantastic. At the moment in Reception we are really just at the exploration stage, so I've but putting the numicon out with the pai.

Foundation Stage Two: The Number Hunt homework

Tough spot number practice with wet cotton wool buds:) You could use this to practice number recognition and also number bonds. Find OR find 4 + 4

MEASUREMENT understand place value in EYFS. But, for preschool, simply measuring the distance traveled. closest to the tube, furthest, etc.

Exploring doubles- Australian Curriculum - Year 2 - - Solve simple addition & subtraction problems using a range of efficient mental & written strategies Commutative Property, Building to Doubles, Tens facts, Adding 10

Numicon in Playdough links fine motor skills with the familiarisation of Numicon shapes

I can count to ten classroom display ideas. Could extend with a count to twenty for year one and also have pictorial dots to represent?

Money problem solving - making Finding different ways. Use real coins rather than plastic ones so that the pupil can generalise the skills into real life situations.

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