Counting & numbers explained through worksheets, websites, and games for pre-school and primary school children learning Foundation Stage, KS1 and KS2.

Homework help with ordering, sequences, estimating, counting, odd & even numbers and partitioning.

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Learning to count

The key to teaching a child how to count and recognise numbers is repetition. Playing with numbers early on develops the child's number skills and the familiarity of numbers. Children that have fun and enjoy numbers will be more likely to develop a positive, confident attitude towards maths.

Numbers & Counting targets

Early Years 

  • Learn number rhymes


  • Count to 20
  • Recognise numbers 1-9
  • Write numbers 1-9
  • Order numbers to 10

Year 1 

  • Count to 100
  • Know what number comes before and after
  • Order numbers to 20
  • Odd & even numbers
  • Partitioning 2 digits
  • Simple patterns

Year 2 

  • Place value
  • Partitioning 3 digits
  • Order numbers to 100
  • Write numbers to 100
  • Number sequences

Year 3

  • Order numbers to 1000
  • Rounding

Year 4 

  • Number patterns

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