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...For counting It doesn’t matter if they are out of date, calendars and diaries are excellent materials for counting on and counting back. Use felt pens to circle numbers (e.g. all the 2s). Find and circle your age, your house number, your...
...Using packs of cards in free play situations Put a pack in the home corner for games playing. Put a pack of cards and a blanket in a basket and offer for outdoor play. Offer card games (‘Snap’, ‘Happy Families’, matching or pairs games...
...Using finger games in free play situations Use some songs and rhymes to develop number awareness and fine motor control. Record some finger rhymes. Any activity with little pieces or items such as puzzles, pegs, paper clips, coins, etc....
...Using dice and spinners in free play Make sure there are dice and spinners in your maths area for free play. Put a dice game in the home corner cupboard, in the quiet area or on a table. Suggest that adult helpers play games with children...
...Focus Counting, addition, difference, explaining and making connections.What you need A large selection of dominoes (it doesn’t matter if they are from different sets or that they are incomplete sets) Some large spotty dice A bag to put...
...Play scoring games Play scoring games with balls, quoits or bean bags. Draw targets, tracks or starting lines on the wall or ground with playground chalk. Use small whiteboards or blackboards for scoring. Put up some simple goals...
...Using Compare Bears in free play Make the bears or other ‘family sets’ of creatures available for free play with bricks or other construction sets. Leave some near the sand or water. Leave a box on the maths table or shelf for free play...
...What are they learning? Addition; reasoning and predictingWhat you need Large spotty dominoes Counters Sticky labels or paper and pencils Two large 1-6 spotty diceWhat you do Discuss the dominoes with the children. Draw their attention...
...Focus Sorting, counting, addition and reasoning.What you need Adult and baby small world farm animals in different sizes, colours and breeds Squares of fabric, carpet or turf Small boxes and fences Plants, twigs, pebbles, mossWhat you do...
...Focus To be able to count on and add together small numbers using an outdoor number line To problem solve in order to work out the best strategies to obtain the highest score To record the outcomes of the activityWhat you need 2–5...