Using wheat hoops to fill in the Numicon spaces- helps support understanding of conservation of number.

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)

Numicon city maths challenge eyfs

Numicon city maths challenge eyfs

Wrap numicon in foil. Chn write down guess, unwrap foil and write down actual number

At NL we hid the foil wrapped numicon in the sand pit. Children used metal detectors to 'treasure hunt' for the numicon. Also foil wrapped matching numeral cards.

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

A tower of different bonds to ten This helps pupil see visually the different numbers that make Made by Helen Eaton!

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

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

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

Laminated numicon, with adult made hole. Then used with tap a shape stuff

Make a house with numicon..what's the value of the house?

Make a house with numicon.

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Numicon number bonds to 10

My team made a large Numicon board for outside. The children often match the large Numicon to this. Here they were adding large coins to the holes.

My team made a large Numicon board for outside. The children often match the large Numicon to this. Here they were adding large coins to the holes.

measuring up.... Learning about cities and towns using Numicon shapes to measure. Provocation, loose parts, math, equivalence, balance, area, capacity, urban and rural.

I love it when a project crosses curriculum boundaries, and connects the dots among different areas of study -- say, Soc.

14 Likes, 1 Comments - Foundation Team - Ella & Nicky (@eyfsbadgerclass) on Instagram: “We are doing subtraction this week. This is one of our subtraction activities using numicon. The…”

14 Likes, 1 Comments - Foundation Team - Ella & Nicky (@eyfsbadgerclass) on Instagram: “We are doing subtraction this week. This is one of our subtraction activities using numicon. The…”

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.

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

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Using Numicon to find the missing number.

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