Count to 100
Point out house numbers on doors, when out and about or the numbers on the shelf of the supermarket and test your child to see if they know their numbers.
Print out our 100 number square to learn numbers to 100.
Counting on and back
A game that can be played anywhere. Say a number and see if your child can say what number comes next.
Once your child has mastered this try seeing if they can say the number before.
This game can be played counting in ones, tens, fives….etc.
Order numbers 0-20
Play a simple game with the number flashcards. Use numbers that your child is familiar with and ask them to rearrange them in order. Once they are confident with ordering a few numbers you can add more. Leave some numbers out and ask them to order what is left.
Answer all the questions on number order, odd and even numbers and shapes.
Play a game with cars pushing them along the floor and awarding them places (1st, 2nd, 3rd) to the cars that have gone the furthest.
Odd and even numbers
Are the numbers odd or even?
Select Odd and Even when you start the game.
Partitioning – two digit numbers
Partitioning is when you spilt a number into tens & units.
29 can be split into
20 + 9 = 29
Try seeing if you know what will come next. Patterns can include numbers or letters colours and shapes.
Work out what comes next.