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Number, Shape and Measure fun

Numbers

Below is a sheet of numbers which was handed out on Friday 20th March

 

Carefully cut them up and play

Number hunt together.

Here are some ideas –

Hide the numbers around the room and encourage your child to go on a number hunt.

  • When they find a number they have to bring it back to you and tell you the number.
  • When they find a number they tell you or write down the number that is one more or two more than that number.
  • When they find a number they double the number
  • When they find a number they collect that many items and have to share them between 2 teddies (or similar).
  • When they find a number they have to tell you a way to make that number e.g.  if they find 5 they might work out that 1+2+2 makes 5.
  • When they find a number they have to do that many star jumps/hops or maybe frog jumps.

 

Other activities you could play –

Turn all the numbers over and pick 2 numbers – add the numbers and find the total.

Turn all the numbers over and pick 2 numbers – subtract the smaller one from the larger one.

Mix the numbers up and order them from the smallest to the greatest or the greatest to the smallest.

Use a selection of the numbers and order them.

Put the numbers on the floor, scrunch up a piece of paper and throw the paper to land on a number, have three goes and add the 3 numbers together.

Practise writing the numbers.

Draw a number character and make up a story about them.

 

And of course make up your own creative games.  Have fun with numbers.

Week 2 Maths

If you would like some extra mathematical learning for your child follow the link below

 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/

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