Using wheat hoops to fill in the Numicon spaces- helps support understanding of conservation of number.
Wrap numicon in foil. Chn write down guess, unwrap foil and write down actual number
A fun way to explore with numicon. Children can work out adding and taking away with numicon for a prompt.
A tower of different bonds to ten. Made by Helen Eaton! @Helen__Eaton
Make a house with numicon..what's the value of the house?
Tap it numicon - tap pins into the holes or place paper over the numicon and rub over wax crayon to make an I print
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.
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.
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Numicon in Playdough on rockmyclassroom.com
Numicon number match. Idea taken from Pinterest
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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 pai...
Pattern making with Numicon
Activity may be very useful for pupils who enjoy "hands on" activities and are hard to motivate. Boys in particular will like this. More
From an idea on Pinterest, Numicon houses. Children count the pieces then build with them. They then calculate how many there are altogether. (@missamyp)