First grade common core place value, numbers 11 to 19, number chains and what to do with them!

Common core place value numbers 11 to number chains - tricky teens!

What number is missing? A great independent activity!

What number is missing? A great independent activity! Could even use dry erase markers in the place of the physical numbers.

Jaspers Beanstalk inspired, Early years maths measuring outdoor challenge.

Non standard measure activity

Friends of Ten, 10 Facts, Subtraction and Addition Early Years Maths Activity.

Friends of Ten, 10 Facts, Subtraction and Addition Early Years Maths Activity. Miss Jacobs Little Learners

Number bonds to 10 - using a coat hanger & pegs as a visual aid & practical support (",)

This is a visual aid teaching number bonds up to Using a coat hanger & clothespins as a visual aid & practical support. Easy for students to visualize.

Number - find the missing numbers.

Number - find the missing numbers. Could use this with double digit numbers too

Our super adding machine. #eyfs

Change operation depending on which one we are doing. Ping pong balls with numbers on and paper/whiteboards next to it to calcu

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"double bugs" I need these for teaching some math facts

Number bonds to 10 challenge. My children love numicon!

I have a few children who don't know their number bonds to This is such a crucial skill for more advanced mathematical strategies - think I will be using this idea!

Using the Numicon to add to the clock visual prompts alongside key word vocabulary when telling the time.

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.

Bear in the Cave Game  ...love this idea for subtraction. Lots of good math games.

Bear in the Cave Game ~idea for prepositions (in the cave, on the cave, beside the cave.or a math game (ex. you have 3 bears total and 1 is in front of the cave, how many are inside?

Maths challenge

Maths challenge finger gym More

Number sequences. Counting from any number. More and less.  Need: tactile (here, I used small rocks); Deck of number cards; 1 more, 1 less cards, whiteboard.  Set up the shown.  Review "more" and "less" using the tactiles.  Review "1 more" and "1 less".  Then segue into the activity: Deal a card.  Have your tutee copy the number in the middle and think through one more and one less than that number.  Your tutee may use the tactiles if necessary.

Age Range: Identify and use the concepts of "one more" and "one less" Make a collection of items smaller by taking away items when asked

Investigation area

B and d sounds instead

This bus game was set out for parents morning this week. The chn had to think of various ways to pay the bus fare and use the numicon as a support tool.

Learning money with Numicon

Sharing glass nuggets between our friends' mini me's. EYFS

Sharing glass nuggets between our friends' mini me's.

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