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...What are they learning? Measures – weight; choosing and using own methods to find a solutionWhat you need An collection of assorted shopping bags, including some very small bags A vegetable rack full of several kilos of large potatoesWhat...
...What are they learning? Measures – length; co-operating and planning how to reach a goalWhat you need Lengths of narrow paper (approximately one metre long) and coloured pens A variety of objects, based on children's current interests...
...What are they learning? Numbers in order; keeping on tryingWhat you need A number line with pictorial clues or real object cluesWhat you do Revisit counting to a particular pattern, e.g. clapping and saying one number for each clap. Be very...
...What are they learning? Adding and subtracting; taking turnsWhat you need A basket of assorted interesting items, both natural and manufactured – the emphasis being on ‘interesting’. The basket should contain items that children recognise...
...What are they learning? Measures – capacity; describing solutions to practical problemsWhat you need An interesting collection of plastic bottles of different sizes, some green A wooden plank Jugs and funnels Water tray filled with water...
...What are they learning? Measures – weight; planning how to reach a goal and thinking of ideasWhat you need A bucket balance with pairs of identical buckets An interesting collection of lots of assorted pebbles and shells in wicker...
...What are they learning? Recognising numerals; thinking of ideasWhat you need A digital camera Images of local buses and bus stops, or car registration platesWhat you do Where possible, arrange for pairs of children to go for a short walk...
...What are they learning? Measures – width; being involved and concentratingWhat you need A collection of shoes from the dressing-up box, if you don't want to use children's own shoesWhat you do Introduce the word ‘width’ and make links...
...What are they learning? Position, direction and movement; making decisions about how to approach a taskWhat you need A favourite toy, e.g. Fred the Ted A digital cameraWhat you do Ensure that the children are familiar with the use...
...What are they learning? 2D shape names; being involved; concentratingWhat you need A tray 2D triangles, squares, rectangles and circles in different colours, sizes and/or textures A cloth or teatowelWhat you do Spread out the 2D shapes...