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Below are some suggested activities for Number homework, it is important that you liaise with your child’s class teacher to determine suitable activities for your child.

 

 

Maths Number skills involve a variety of different skills:

 

· Counting a certain amount of objects, e.g. understanding  that the number 3 represents 3 objects.

· Rote counting up to a specified number, e.g. rote counting is your child's ability to say the       numerals in order.  For example, simply reciting "1, 2, 3, 4, 5"

· Engaging in number songs and carrying out familiar actions within them.

· Using 1:1 correspondence in a variety of different contexts, e.g. putting a cake on each plate.

· Understanding concepts of quantity, e.g. one or lots, more or less.

· Using ordinals numbers to define position, e.g. 1st, 2nd, 3rd.

· Ordering numerals up to a specified number.

· Adding and subtracting numbers.

· Estimating small quantities.

· Recognising numerals on a number line or a communication board.

 

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