# Number recognition

## Collection by Charlotte sharkey

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Activity for ages 5 to 7. Help kids understand linear measurement with this batch of playful, hands-on STEM challenges. They’re the perfect addition to your STEM center, measurement unit, or STEM boxes! Grab your pack in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers. Peek Inside The 60 hands-on task cards and corresponding record sheets give […]

Love these easy, fun math activities for preschoolers!

Busy, busy, busy! It is hard to believe it is already October and our first week is of the month is finished! Students are having fun and learning lots each and everyday. 1. Pen Pals We are so excited to be buddied up with Tamra and Sarah from First Grade Buddies! This is the first ... Read more

Have spent last week back 'home' in the North East working in schools in Bishop Auckland looking at lots of aspects of their EYFS practice. I saw lots of really...

Play dough is one of our favorite things to do and the kids have been asking to play with it for the last couple of day so we took it out. I added a little fun twist to it for some learning time. Jake and Cate love to pretend play like they are cooking, so I took out the cupcake liners and cupcake pans they made pretend cupcakes. We added candles to the cupcakes to sing Happy Birthday. After they put the candles in their cupcakes I had them count them and match the correct number to the…

I use this as a starter to my maths sessions. Pdf follow the link.

Interactive number formation activities that are suitable for whole class or small group teaching. Click the magic pencil and watch how the number should be formed. Plenty of opportunity for modelling and discussion. Children could have dry wipe boards and pens to attempt numbers during the activity. A counting element is included to extend the activity

Interactive number formation activities that are suitable for whole class or small group teaching. Click the magic pencil and watch how the number should be formed. Plenty of opportunity for modelling and discussion. Children could have dry wipe boards and pens to attempt numbers during the activity. A counting element is included to extend the activity

Set up a creative approach to developing early maths skills using play dough, matchsticks and wooden numerals! I set out this mathematical Invitation to Play recently as a way to encourage some completely open-ended, hands on counting and number skills. If you follow our Facebook page you may have seen it posted there. As is...Read More »

Bean bags for throwing to make maths fun for those active children, may also help a child start recognising or noticing numbers if they have a transporting or trajectory schema