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Week Beginning 13.7.20 - F1 - Comparing two groups of objects and saying when you have the same amount on both.

 

Can you count seeds (or toys) and place them on the sunflowers?

You can print the sunflowers below, if you do not have a printer use paper or plates or anything you can find to place counting objects on.

 

Place the same amount of seeds on each sunflower? How many are on each? 

Add one more to one of the sunflowers? Is there still the same amount on them? Why not?

What can you do to make the quantities the same?

 

Add different amounts of seeds and change the quantity. Can you move the seeds so there is the same amount on both sunflowers?

 

How many seeds are on each of these sunflowers? What would happen if you added one more to one sunflower? Would there still be the same amount?

 

How many seeds are on each of these sunflowers?

Would there still be the same amount on each sunflower if you added 1 seed to each sunflower?

 

How many seeds are on each of these sunflowers?

If you take a seed away from one of the sunflowers will you still have the same amount on each sunflower?

 

Click PDF to print the large sunflower. You will need to cut it out and put the pieces together. 

 

Week Beginning 6.7.20 - Counting

 

Can you count the spots on the ladybirds? 

How many spots does each ladybird have?

Remember to say one number name for each spot you count.

 

 

Do you recognise the numbers on these ladybirds?

 

Click the PDF to print a copy of these ladybirds with numbers.

Can you use your fingerprint to add the matching quantity of spots to the ladybirds?

If you don't have paint you could draw the matching quantity of spots. 

 

Week Beginning 29.6.20 - F1 - Counting 
 

Count the bees in the pictures. Remember to say one number as you point to each bee. 
Can you choose the matching number?

 

How many bees are here?    1   2   3   4   5

 

How many bees are here?    1   2   3   4   5

 

How many bees are here?    1   2   3   4   5

 

How many bees are here?    1   2   3   4   5

 

How many bees are here?    1   2   3   4   5

 

How many bees are here?    6   7   8   9   10

 

 

How many bees are here?    6   7   8   9   10

 

How many bees are here?    6   7   8   9   10

 

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Week Beginning 22.6.20 - F1

 

Learning 'All about numbers'

9  10 

 

Do you recognise these numbers?

Can you complete all of the activities on the challenge sheets?

Which is the biggest number?

Which is the smallest number?

 

Remember when we count objects we say one number name for each object. You might want to put your objects in a row so you can count from one side to the other. 

 

Click on the PDF files to complete each of the activities. 

Now you know your numbers can you have a go at the ladybird counting game?

 

 

Click the link below and press counting at the top then choose How Many? 1 to 10

You have to count the spots on the ladybird and then select the matching number.

You can start with 1 to 5 spots and then increase to 1 to 10.

 

Week Beginning 15.6.20 - F1

 

Learning 'All about numbers'

5   6   7   8

 

Do you recognise these numbers?

Can you complete all of the activities on the challenge sheets?

Which is the biggest number?

Which is the smallest number?

 

Remember when we count objects we say one number name for each object. You might want to put your objects in a row so you can count from one side to the other. 

 

Click on the PDF files to complete each of the activities. Start with 5 and work through the activities until you get to number 8.

Week Beginning 8.6.20 - F1

 

Learning 'All about Numbers'

 0   1   2   3   4

 

Do you recognise these numbers?

Can you complete all of the activities on the challenge sheets?

Which is the biggest number?

Which is the smallest number?

 

Click on the PDF files to complete each of the activities. Start with 0 and work through the activities until you get to number 4.

5.6.20 - Teddy Bear Counting - Matching Numeral and Quantity - FS1

 

Click the link to play the 'Learn to Count - Teddy Bear numbers game:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/teddy-numbers 

 

 

Start with the 'Numbers up to 5' game:

 

Do you recognise the number? 

Can you give the teddy the matching amount of cakes?

Use your mouse to move the cakes onto the teddy.

 

Now try the 'Numbers up to 10' game.

 

29.5.20 - F2 - Counting in 5s

Listen to this song to practise counting in 5s!

25.5.20 - F2 - Counting in 2s

Listen to this song to practise counting in 2s!

21.5.20 - Shape and Counting - F1

 

Shape Pizzeria 

You will need a paper plate or normal plate. What shape is your plate?

Do you recgonise these shapes?
 

Can you draw these different shapes and cut them out? (Parents you might need to support your child with this)

Now you can add your shapes to your pizza base. (plate)

How many circles have you used on your pizza?

How many squares have you used on your pizza?

How many triangles have you used on your pizza?

How many rectangles have you used on your pizza?

How many ovals have you used on your pizza?

Can you write the numbers?

 

Challenge 

Do you recognise the numbers?

Can you place the correct amount of shapes on your pizza?

 

 

19.5.20 - F1 - Matching Numeral and Quantity 

 

Do you recognise these numbers? 

1 2 3 4 5

Can you write each of these numbers on a different piece of paper? (You will need 5 small pieces of paper)

 

Can you complete all of the activities on the challenge card below?
 

 

Challenge:

If you complete all of these activities can you do the same but with some bigger numbers?

Do you recognise these numbers?

6 7 8 9 10

Now write these numbers on 5 more pieces of paper. 

Complete the activities above using quantities of objects from one to ten.

18.5.20 - F2 - Counting in 10s

Learn to count in 10s to 100 by listening to and singing along with this song a few times!

18.5.20 - F2 - Counting in 10s

Join Jack Hartmann to count in 10s!

14.5.20 - Counting Objects to 10 - F1

 

Can you complete all the challenges below?

Can you find any other things in your house to help you count to 10?

Can you count the stairs in your house? How many stairs are there? Do you have more than 10?

All week beginning 11.5.20 - F2

 

Click the link below...

12.5.20 - Representing numbers and matching numeral and quantity - F1

 

Can you write the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10?
(Use the number formation rhymes below to help you)

 

Can you draw straight lines in between each number to make a tally chart?

Like this...

 

 

Now you will need to use some small objects such as sweets (smarties/ jelly beans etc), counters, buttons or coins to count with.

Can you please say the number and then place the matching amount of objects under the number?

 

How many objects will you need to place under the number 5? 

When you are finished you should have objects under each number.

Like this...

 

Remember to say one number name each time you count an object. 

Which number has more objects?

Which number has less objects?

How many objects should you have under number 3?

What if we add one more object to number 3? 

7.5.20 - Representing numbers in different ways - F1 

 

Can you complete the activities on the challenge card below?

 

 

Can you write the numbers  0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10?

Use the number formation rhymes below to help you.

 

    

 

   

 

    

 

Which number rhymes could you use to help you write number 10?

 

6.5.20 - F2

 

Sharing!

When halving, we shared between 2. What if there are more?

Can you find 3 teddies and share some toys/sweets/cereal between them? How many do they have each? Say the number sentence out loud, e.g.

“9 sweets shared between 3 teddies is 3 sweets each”

 

Try it with different amounts of things to share. Then you could share between 5 teddies!

 

Don't forget to share equally! Watch this video to find out how...

How to Share Equally

Learn how to share different amounts equally with Sarah, David and a few animations. A good introduction in learning how to divide.

Numberjacks | Fair Shares

Watch this episode of Numberjacks about sharing!

5.5.20 - F1 

Matching Numeral and Quantity:

Parents can you help your children to write numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 8, 10 on bun cases. (If you do not have bun cases, this activity can still be done by using paper)

 

                  

 

What number is on the bun case?

How many pieces of cereal do you need to put inside that bun case?

Can you count the cereal carefully?

Have you put the right amount of cereal in your bun case?

 

You can do this activity with toys, teddies, buttons, coins etc. Make sure you have the numbers written down on a piece of paper and count your toys then put the matching number (numeral) with your toys.

 

 

4.5.20 - F2

 

Can you complete these challenges to practise halving?

1.5.20 - F2

 

Halving

You have been practising doubling, now we are going to look at doing the opposite - halving!

 

Halving is when we share something into two equal pieces/amounts.

 

Can you cut a cake, bun or piece of fruit in half so that there are two pieces that are the same?

 

Can you get some toys, sweets, pieces of fruit or anything else you may have and share them between you and somebody else (a sibling or grown up) so that you have half each?

 

If you have 6 smarties but need to share them with your sibling, you would both have half of the smarties each, how many would you have?

Give Me Half! by Stuart J. Murphy

Watch this story about sharing things by halving.

NUMBERJACKS | Half Time | S2E10

Watch this episode of Numberjacks where one of the villains keeps halving things!

F1 - Counting - 30.4.20

 

Can you count the objects in the pictures below? (Remember to point to each object and say one number at a time)

 

 

          How many dinosaurs?                               How many cats?

 

 

             How many ice lollies?                               How many fish?

 

 

          How many guinea pigs?                          How many butterflies?

 

             How many sheep?                                 How many jelly bears?

 

           How many lego pieces?                           How many turtles?

 

 

 

3  4   6   10

29.4.20 - F2

 

Can you practise doubling by solving the following problems?

28.4.20 Counting Challenge - F1

 

These activities will help you to learn that numbers identify how many objects are in a set.

 

Can you complete all of the activities on the challenge card below?

 

Remember you can count anything at all, just don't forget to say one number for each object!

 

27.4.20 - F2

 

Doubling

Can you practise doubling? Double is when you have the same amount of something again.

So if 1 teddy was sitting on your bed and it doubled, there would be 1 more = making 2 teddies!

 

Can you double some of your toys? Watch these videos below to help you learn about doubling:

DOUBLES! DOUBLES!

Sing along to this doubles rap! You could listen to it every day to slowly learn your doubles.

Numberblocks - Double Trouble

Watch the Numberblocks make double trouble! Can you guess which number they will make each time they double?

24.4.20 - F2

 

10 green bottles!


 

Do you know the 10 green bottles song? Now you can play the game!

Take bottles away to find 1 less than a number. You could sing the song as you take the bottles away! Then make up you own number sentences to practice taking away - you could write these down! E.g. if you have 10 bottles and take 3 away, how many would be left? 10 - 3 =

 

Click here for the game:

23.4.20 - F1 

 

SHAPE HUNT 

 

 

Challenge 1

Can you name each shape? 

What can you tell your grown ups about these shapes?

Does a circle have straight sides?

How many sides does a triangle have?

Squares and rectangles have 4 sides, what makes them different?

How many corners does a triangle have?

 

Challenge 2 

Can you draw each of these shapes on some paper? (Draw your shapes big enough to fill one piece of paper each)

Can you find matching shapes around your house and in your garden? 

Hint - look at car tyres, doors, cushions, windows, biscuits and anything else you can find. 

How many squares can you find?

How many circles can you find?

How many triangles can you find?

How many rectangles can you find?

Can you find any different shapes in your house or garden?

22.4.20 - F2

 

Can you make one of these using cut outs of your hands?

 

Use it to help you write some addition number sentences to 10!

 

Challenge:

Can you use the hands to help you work out and write some subtraction number sentences?

21.4.20 - F1 (However all children in foundation can have a go at the activities)

 

NUMBER SCAVENGER HUNT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

 

Find 1 chair

Find 2 books

Find 3 teddies

Find 4 crayons

Find 5 pillows

Find 6 toys

Find 7 shoes

Find 8 spoons

Find 9 coins

Find 10 socks

 

Can you find all of the items on the list?

Can you count each item? Remember to point to each item as you say each number.

Do you recognise the numbers?

20.4.20 - F2

 

Have a go at this:

Talk about the shapes that you use and use language such as shorter, taller, longer etc when talking about height and length - compare the height and length of your den to other things in your house or garden.

16.4.20 - F2

 

Have a go at these activities:

 


 

Easter Weekend Counting Activity

 

Watch the counting to 10 Easter song.

 

Can you join in singing the song?

Do you recognise the numbers on the video?

Can you use toys, chocolates, eggs or anything you can find to count to 10? (Mini eggs are good for this counting activity, and you can eat them when you have finished counting with them. Yum Yum!)

 

Remember to point to one object at a time as you say each number.

10 Little Easter Eggs | Learn to Count 1-10 with Surprise Eggs | Children Nursery Song

This Easter Version of the Famous Children's Nursery Rhyme is a Great Way to Teach Toddlers Counting from 1 to 10. This Video Teaches Fun Easter Objects like...

3.4.20 - F2

Can you practise counting forwards and backwards? You can get your body moving and exercise at the same time!

This video goes up to 50 - how high can you count? Challenge yourself to get to 20 or even higher!

1.4.20 - F2

 

Can you practise using the symbols and =

 

Use toys or household objects to create subtraction number sentences and write them down!

 

eg. 8 teddies, take away 3.     8 - 3 = 5       15 Lego bricks, take away 4.      15 - 4 = 11

F1 - Matching numeral and quantity counting challenge - 31.3.20

Do you recognise these numbers?

1     2      3      4      5

 

6     7     8     9     10 

Can you count your toys and place them with the matching number? (Parents could you write the numbers on some paper for the children, or get them to do this please)

For example, if you choose number 3, you will need to count 3 toys to match.

 

Start with numbers 1 to 5, and then move on to 6-10. 

Remember to count each toy one at a time. 

 

Once you have done this, can you have a go at writing each of these numbers?

30.3.20 - F2

 

Can you practise using the symbols and =

 

Use toys or household objects to create addition number sentences and write them down!

 

eg. 4 teddies and 3 cars.       4 + 3 = 7       15 figures and 1 doll.       15 + 1 = 16

26.3.20
Numbers Song Let's Count to 10

Join in singing the numbers song to 10. Click the link below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85M1yxIcHpw

 

Maths Challenge - F1 (Please note all children in foundation can have a go at any of the activities added to this page)

Choose some of your favourite toys:

Can you count 10 of your toys? 

Can you point to each toy and say a number name for each one? 

Start with one and then add one more toy until you get 10 in total. 

 

Happy counting!

NUMBERJACKS | Very Shapely | S2E3

25.3.20 - F2

Watch this episode of Numberjacks about 2D shapes then go on a shape hunt in your home!
Remember, 2D shapes are flat.
Can you find a circle, square, triangle and rectangle? What other 2D shapes can you see?
Can you talk about how many sides and corners each shape has?

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