Lovely idea.... could also do doubles... joining them together ... 1 and 2    2 and 4      3 and 6 etc  LH

Number Order By Sandra I Ruiz. This could be an activity for younger siblings at a Family Math Night.

Magnetic number Fishing.  They add what they catch.

Magnetic number fishing, they add what they catch! As well as addition, develops hand/eye coordination, fine motor- Math center! For Preschool we could count to the number fished out of the bowl

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 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)

JPEG image - More maths resources to help understanding of number ...

JPEG image - More maths resources to help understanding of number . In the other year 3 classroom they had a maths resource shelf quite like this where the resources were named with pictures to help all children clearly see where each resource is.

Numicon Biscuits - a great recipe for cooking with kids which helps with your math

Numicon Biscuits

Numicon Biscuits step by step instructions of how to make the biscuits; combines life skills and maths skills.

Numicon & aqua beads on rockmyclassroom.com

Use aqua beads with numicon shapes. Fish out a shape, then fill it in with beads, counting out loud!

"Ten Green Bottles" Early Years Counting and Singing activity.

"Ten Green Bottles" Early Years counting and singing activity. It makes far more sense to re-cycle green plastic bottles than to try and painting bottles green.

EYFS shape sorting table, maths, playing with and arranging shape, naming shapes, discussing shape features.

EYFS shape sorting table, maths, playing with and arranging shape, naming shapes, discussing shape features.

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Simple counting activity for children, especially preschoolers. Easy to differentiate (could even practice addition facts) and develops fine motor skills.

Maths challenge. Who can build the tallest tower by rolling the dice, before the time runs out.

Good for counting out Maths challenge. Who can build the tallest tower by rolling the dice, before the time runs out.

Here's a great outdoor activity - a NUMBER HUNT! Stick foam numbers (or simply write) onto plastic garden label sticks. Hide the sticks in the garden and then send the kids outdoors to find them. Once found, ask them to line up the sticks in the correct order.

Stick foam numbers (or simply write) onto plastic garden label sticks. Hide the sticks in the garden and then send the kids outdoors to find them. Once found, ask them to line up the sticks in the correct order.

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