# Numicon

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Writing Rubric for First Graders. Using this rubric, first graders learn to write a simple sentence.

Numicon city maths challenge eyfs

Numicon number match. Idea taken from Pinterest

A tower of different bonds to ten. Made by Helen Eaton! @Helen__Eaton

Tap it numicon - tap pins into the holes or place paper over the numicon and rub over wax crayon to make an I print

A fun way to explore with numicon. Children can work out adding and taking away with numicon for a prompt.

From an idea on Pinterest, Numicon houses. Children count the pieces then build with them. They then calculate how many there are altogether. (missamyp)

From an idea on Pinterest, Numicon houses. Children count the pieces then build with them. They then calculate how many there are altogether. (missamyp)

Numicon bingo is a super reinforcement for numicon recognition and counting. This is a 6 player game that my students are mostly able to play independently. Som

Making teen numbers with numicon in the tuffspot.

Students all over are obsessed with Counting Stews and Brews™️. Who knew counting and sorting could be so much FUN! Students are ASKING to play counting stews over and over. They get SO excited when I bring out a new counting stew to match our learning theme. Teachers love them because they are easy to...Read More

I love it when a project crosses curriculum boundaries, and connects the dots among different areas of study -- say, Social Studies and Math. I am also looking for ways to go deeper into concepts that sometimes seem self-evident: concepts like “rural” and “urban.” I live and teach in a town of 6,000 people, and it’s the biggest town for thousands of square kilometres in this part of the world. The nearest city is 200 km away, and it’s not that big (approximately 55,000 people). The nearest…

A round up of over 15 great STEAM projects – where math concepts are used to make pieces of art!