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...Introduction Use a story the children have been reading to learn more about different places. Children design and create their own map for the character to move through on a programmable device or robot. They can use felt-tip pens, paint...
...Introduction Go outside on a wet day and use chalk to draw some shapes on the ground. The colours of the chalk will show up more vividly in the water. Invite children to run around the space freely, jumping inside the different shapes. Make...
...Introduction This activity encourages children to look for shapes in their environment. It develops their visual awareness and understanding of shape and shows them how to put math into a real-life context.What you need A variety...
...Focus Balloons are one of the best resources for exploring transformation. The story can be used to start a real discussion of change, which may lead you across the curriculum into every area.Keywords big bigger small smaller round...
...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...
...Make matching games Use small bricks and paint to help the children make their own number games. Print different numbers and patterns of bricks on cards, and use them to count, match, play Snap or pairs. Make some number cards too.Build...
...Sort and count Use counters to sort and count in sorting trays, little hoops, circles drawn on paper, large elastic bands. Sort by colour, size, shape. Label the sets with number labels or cards.Play a game Use counters to play Tiddly...
...For measuring Collect empty plastic containers for capacity work with sand, water, rice or lentils. Make sure you have plenty of sizes and some very small things. Encourage children to count aloud as they fill one container...
...What are they learning? Finding out how sounds travel in waves through the airWhat you need water trays pebbles or small stones shallow sand trays Slinky or long stretchy spring paper and pensWhat you do Gather a small group of children...
...What you need a feely bag or box. You can make a feely box from a carton with a hole cut in the side. For a feely bag use a fabric shoe bag, or make a simple bag and label it. pairs of shapes or objects with a clear shape two children You...