Can you help the animals to fill in the missing numbers?
Can you count to 10?
Can you count to 20?
Can you write the numbers 1-20 on your own?
Challenge your child to write numbers, this could be with post it notes, or paper, or give them some lined paper and ask them to make the numbers with any objects around the house. Encourage them to do this for numbers 1-10, then 1-20 if possible.
Colour by Calculation!
This week, you have to work out the answers to the calculations, find it in the colour key and colour in with that colour!
You can also make these yourself using your own colouring pictures – ask an adult to write some calculations for you.
monster addition to 10
addition and subtraction to 10 unicorn
subtraction superhero to 10
addition and subtraction to 10
addition and subtraction superhero to 20
addition and subtraction monster to 20
minibeast addition to 10, 20 or 30
Cereal Addition or Subtraction
You could do this with cheerios, spaghetti and blu tack, or playdough, or adapt using what you have at home!
Colour by Number
Click Below for colour by number pictures. You can also make your own, just write numbers in different sections of a colouring page and choose the colours to use for each numbers.
colour by number 1-5
colour by numbers 1-10
colour by numbers 8-20
Make sure to ask your children which number it is they are colouring.
Can they count to this number?
Can they count backwards from this number?
What is one more?
What is one less?
Dice Addition Game!
Three in a row
You will need: 2 dice A colouring pencil
The aim of the game is to get 3 of your numbers in a row first. Take turns to roll the two dice, add the numbers together and colour in that number on your board.
The first to get 3 numbers in a row across or down their board, wins.
CLICK HERE to more game boards that you could print off or copy onto paper.
Maths Hunt number challenge:
Find a number in your home and take a picture with it.
Can you find this amount of one of your toys? Or can you draw this amount of stars?
Take a picture with the number and your objects and if you can send them to Mrs Smith (my email was sent in a parentmail from you Reception teachers) and we will create a Number Hunt page on our Home Learning Gallery!
Make your own game:
Make some calculations on a piece of paper, or make your own board game.
Label your cars or lego with numbers, and try to match them to the calculations you have made. You can ask an adult to make the calculations to challenge you more!
The early years maths activity: – Valentine Math Activity – Broken Heart Numbers by Fun a Day
Simply cut out some hearts or other shapes and cut each in half using different zigzags, squiggles and so on. Then write a number on one side and draw a corresponding number of hearts on the other. Well done, you’ve just created puzzles! Now it’s time for the little ones to find matching parts.
Write addition or subtraction calculations on one half, and the answer on the other half, they can draw dots or count using toys.
i.e 5+4 = ?
? = 6 – 1
What you need –
Setting the table
Ask your children to set the table for a meal – how may cups, plates, forks, spoons do you need?
How many forks and spoons altogether?
How many would I need if we had 6 people coming instead?
What you need –
Ideas adapted from:
Ordering and Sequencing
Here you will find lots of fun games for you to play, some can be used on the tablet, and some on the laptop, or both!
Choose age 3-5 years for Early Years, or if you have completed all of these and want a further challenge, choose 5-7 years.
Click here or click the picture below.