# Numicon

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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 paints, in gloop and with the play dough. At the play dough table the children made imprints with various pieces and investigated…

Using wheat hoops to fill in the Numicon spaces- helps support understanding of conservation of number. (Please be aware may cause an allergic reaction for those with nut allergies)

Using the Numicon to add to the clock visual prompts alongside key word vocabulary when telling the time. Any classroom clock could be adapted into a Numicon clock.

“From an idea I'm sure I saw somewhere on here, but can't remember where, our Numicon Padlocks #eyfstwitterpals”

Here's a set of Numicon resources on finding doubles.

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 paints, in gloop and with the play dough. At the play dough table the children made imprints with various pieces and investigated…

Numicon and data handling. Basic block graphs using Numicon and real objects.

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

Explore number with conkers and Numicon. This could be particularly motivating for boys.

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Odd and even with Numicon - laying pieces on top of one another to show pairs for even numbers and one left over for odd.

Here's a set of resources and activity ideas for using Numicon to teach telling time.

Reflective symmetry using Numicon

Pieces 1-10 to make a square. The aim of the activity is to use the least number of Numicon pieces to make the square. Very good visual perceptual skills development.

2 powerpoints to support counting and recognising numbers using numicon. The first powerpoint just shows the numicon pieces and the second powerpoint has the numicon pieces with matching numbers....