A collection of fun, EYFS KS1 number activities to aid digit recognition, counting and numicon addition / subtraction. Perfect for home learning, this pack provides beginner friendly examples to aid parents who are instructing for the first time at home. I have created and used these activities with my daughter in a home learning context. Ideally, parents would be advised to invest in their own numicon set, however, as this is not always possible a numicon print out has been included in the pack along with basic instructions for addition and subtraction. Included activities Number / numicon recognition jigsaw Number / numicon domino gameboard How many acorns? Counting activity Numicon addition Numicon subtraction One more spot worksheets One more, one less worksheets Number bonds to 10 worksheets 10 frames - addition Simple addition Ordering numbers Continuing a pattern (images) Continuing a pattern (2d shapes) Shape sort - name (2d) Shape sort - number of sides Shape sort - number of vertices I spy - counting 2d shapes Pictogram - 2d shapes Colour by number - identifying number on a die Please note, I am adding to this pack of resources daily, as I create more content to use at home. Anyone who purchases early will be able to download newer material as it is added at no extra cost. Any schools that purchase this resource pack are permitted to redistribute the file to parents via email or a home learning platform e.g. Seesaw / Tapestry.
Yearly overview for nursery maths, based on reception White Rose planning.
This bundle includes 12 weeks of Reception Maths planning for the Autumn Term (based on White Rose and Numberblocks approaches), as well as the resources we use alongside it (number flashcards, Numicon cards, picture cards, 2D shape hunt, bar charts etc.)
12 weeks of Maths planning for the Summer Term in Reception (60 lessons). The plans are based on White Rose and Numberblocks approaches and are fully editable, featuring assessment points from Development Matters and continuous provision opportunities. During the Summer term, we focus on: Repeating Patterns Addition (counting on) Subtraction (counting back) Numbers to 20 Doubling Halving and Sharing Length, Height and Distance Weight and Capacity Problem Solving Autumn and Spring Term planning are also available for purchase in my store.
This editable assessment is set from the new National Curriculum objectives for Year 1. It can be used as a baseline to assess where children are within their mathematical knowledge at the start of Year 2. The total is out of 50 marks. This is editable and there is space for children to do workings out etc. I have previously uploaded a Year 1 baseline assessment which has been downloaded 100+ times.
Begin your maths mastery journey in Reception with this Pattern unit of work for Autumn 1. Updated for the September 2021 EYFS Statutory Framework and revised Development Matters non-statutory curriculum guidance Pattern is at the heart of mathematics and the comprehensive unit for EYFS will encourage your pupils to notice, explore and generalise patterns in a fun and age-appropriate way. The unit includes a range of activities, either for continuous provision or for a specifically maths-focused number time, as well as maths inputs and small group work. Due to the open-ended, inclusive nature of the planning, many activities will also be suitable or easy to adapt for preschool children. Click HERE to save 15% with the entire 12 week Autumn term bundle, which includes Pattern, Numbers 0-10, Sorting and Comparing, Measures and Shapes. If you are following the Early Maths Mastery long term plan, this is Unit 1 and falls in Week 1 of the autumn term. Inputs and activities are carried out in mixed-ability groups so that all children are exposed to the same rich language and ideas. There is a great deal of variation, scaffolding and over-learning to enable all children to “keep up”. Lots of opportunities for challenge are presented. Some of the extensions are beyond the scope of many pupils starting school or in preschool, however, they are included to enable you and your staff to cater for gifted pupils and also understand how to extend pupils as they move through the learning journey. This resource includes: A comprehensive planning document A suggested long-term maths mastery plan for Reception covering the Number and Numerical Patterns Early Learning Goals as well as other aspects of a rich mathemat. Key ideas and common misconceptions A focus activity for the unit of work A range of independent activities and notes on progression Question prompts for adults working with the children ‘Keep up’ support ideas Greater depth challenge ideas and suggested extensions A resources file for printing to support the unit’s activities. Hopefully this resource will have more than you need to give your pupils a rich and solid understanding of pattern. Have fun! Interested in more Early Maths Mastery planning? Take a look at: Unit 2: Numbers 0 - 10 Unit 3: Sorting and Comparing Unit 4: Measures Unit 5: Shapes (1) Visit the Early Maths Mastery shop for further planning and resources for teaching maths mastery.
This editable assessment is set from EYFS early learning goals. It can be used to assess where children are within their mathematical knowledge at the start of the year. 2 parts as It also includes a teacher / child questions task as early on in yr1 children struggle to read independantly so some questions are set for teacher to assess by using resources for example being able to name 3D shapes.
Maths for children to have fun.
These workbooks have been designed and proven to challenge and assess learners understanding of the knowledge required of them to achieve an understanding of functional Maths skills that range from Pre Entry to Entry level 1-2 The workbooks include various tasks and activities that to suit learners of all ages and varied abilities in preparing them for their up and coming assessment. The resources have been also very successful with keys stage 1 and 2 and with SEN/LLDD learners of all ages. This particular instalment primarily focuses on ‘Multiplication’ and can be easily adapted to stretch abilities of learners working at a higher level and includes a range of tasks and activities that works wonderfully with smart board or interactive technology… i.e King Fred the frog, Mum’s shopping trip or even ‘a day in the garden’… A WORD doc version is available just message me for this format.
A 23 page pirate themed workbook, to help children review their maths skills. Contains counting to 5, 10 and 20, comparison (more or less), addition to 10 and subtraction with numbers up 10. Can also be used with children working at KS1.
Sensory maths stories are a great way to introduce pupils at P 1-4 to maths, with a subject that is often difficult to keep fresh and engaging. The aim of this maths story is to engage pupils with maths in a fun and interactive way and is centered around the idea of visiting a fair. You will need to gather a few resources as your props - hopefully things you will find around your classroom. It is planned to be used once or twice a week over a half term - you will find that the story improves with the telling! It is important to have as much fun as possible! Included in this pack: sensory story choosing board sensory story instruction sheet instructions on how to set up and run this story If you like this story, please visit my TES shop (Red Robin sensory stories) to see other resources that you may find useful.
Suitable for reception class. counting, sorting, addition worksheets
The pack includes: Large display titles of 'Maths' and 'Numeracy', A colourful display border to print as many times as you need for your Maths displays, A variety of different individual number lines- starting form 0 or 1 and up to 10 and 20, A variety of different individual number lines with pictures- great for younger children, Large number lines for displays- a dog themed number line, a beach ball themed number line and a rocket themed number line, Counting cards up to 20 with different amounts of objects for the children to count, A hundred square, Various bingo games- addition to 10, number bonds to 10 and 20, number names and picture counting bingo, Colourful pictures for counting in 2's, 5's and 10's, Flash cards and ladybird with different amounts of spots on them for counting, Labels of maths terms, An A4 maths mat for tabletop use, A number fan to print and make, colourful maths operations posters. Plus lots more!
10 pages of maths resources based around the book, Room on the broom. Suited to early years- Doubling Ordinal numbers Addition Counting a static amount of objects Sorting by height Ordering numbers 1-10 Shape finding
These worksheets have been designed to subtly embed the valuable functional skills learners required to get the most out of education, work and everyday life and to help them function more confidently, effectively and independently. They can be used effectively in Tutorials or Maths sessions. Each resource has been proven to educate learners on a variety of subjects that will enhance knowledge as well as promoting creativity and individuality. This Bundle Includes the following 10 Resources IT COULD BE YOU! Each has won the lottery and has £1,000,000 to spend. Task 1 requires learners to decide on how much of their winnings they would gift, if any, to a charity and/or family and friends. This offers an effective platform for discussion around charities, generosity and their individual value of money. Task two requires the learner to select from a list of items and how they would spend the remaining money. They will write reasons for their choices and share with the rest of the group, which is a great opportunity for speaking and listening and finding common interests within the group. Task Three asks the learners to complete a shopping list and to include costs and keep a running total of their remaining balance. The final objective is to get as close to spending 1,000,000 as possible. Calculator use is down to the discretion of the Tutor and the ability of learners. WHATS ON THE BOX Learners will work with a Fictional TV guide. They will study the schedule and then attempt to answer a series of questions related to the information shown. They will then take part in a discussion based on their own favourite TV programme choices. They will create their own Perfect TV schedule, produce questions related to this new timetable and then test their peers. SMARTIES INVESTIGATION Learner focus on investigating number and frequency using a tube of Smarties. Their task is to gather data and produce a bar chart showing their findings. Learners will then take part in a speaking and listening task that requires them to extract data from other groups allowing them to be able to produce a second chart and accurately present this collective data. World Records This first resourse focuses on ‘Records set around the World’. Learners are tasked with estimating various measurements from the tallest to the heaviest, longest to shortest etc. They are then challenged to convert those amounts to an alternative form of measurement i.e. litre to pints, miles to Kilometres etc Time for a Holiday The second resouces starts with a warm up activity and tests the learner’s knowledge of Seaside towns in the UK and their locations. Great task to use on a SMART Board or in separate groups on A3 paper. It then requires them to study a series of weather graphes and answer questions to confirm they are able to read and extract the correct information. The final task involves budgeting a holiday to Newquay using a fictional scenario and an allowance of £650. Possible Extension Tasks Task 1 - Ask learners to find the location of other towns and activities. Task 2 - Extend questions to work out the Mean, Mode and Median. Task 3 - Limit Budget or change the scenario to make it more challenging. Reading Timetables This 3rd resource focuses on ‘Reading Timetables’. Learners are tasked with studying 3 examples, a Bus Timetable, a Swimming Pool Timetable and a College Session Timetable and then extracting the information required to answer the set questions and confirm understanding. The questions can be answered individually or collectively by cutting them into cards. The larger A3 versions (included) can be displayed and the group can carousel around the room. Alternatively, the questions could be called out by the tutor for a more active learning experience. Lots of scope for interpretation, the resources also included some blank question sheets so learners can create some peer to peer questioning. The Addition Workbook includes: Dominoes Challenge Dominoes (Test your friends) Roll the dice! Family Picnic & Quiz Piggy Pairs Numbers Game Against the clock Squares Count Pyramid Puzzle (easy, Medium, Hard) Colour your own sums Counting the Pennies Holiday Money Number Line Counting Let’s use Tally (Farmyard Task) Time for Bingo (Bingo & Caller cards included) he Subtraction workbook includes: Difference Dots Fruit & Vet Sale Less than 2 minutes Saturday Night Take Away Subtraction Squares (Easy - Medium - Hard) The Washing Line Lets Go Bowling Lets Bowl Game Subtraction in Space (Easy - Medium - Hard) Dice Cream Game Real Life Sums Double Decker Bus Time For Bingo The Multiplication workbook includes: Coloured Table and Sums (Easy, Harder and Hardest) King Fred the frog (Easy, Harder and Hardest) Mum’s shopping trip (Easy, Harder and Hardest) A day in the garden (Easy, Harder and Hardest) Right or Wrong (Easy, Harder and Hardest) Who has the Answer - A Card game that the whole group can play involving learner listening and calling out the correct answer. The Division Workbook includes: What is Division (intro) Coloured bookmarks to use as revision Sums (Easy, Trickier and More Difficult) Joe and Beth Balloon trivia Animal Division problems (Easy and More difficult) Joe’s Smudged Homework Sum Search I Have Who Has (a 30 card Division based Card game where each learner try not to break the chain) Feedback is Key and we value your positive comments and constructive criticism. Post a review and we will send you another singular resource at the same value of your choice for FREE! This resource is available to download as a PDF file. Word versions are available and feel free to message me directly for these formats at SmartbooksED@outlook.com
Elementary Math: Grades 1-3: This bundle includes all of the products listed below. Answer sheets and answer keys are provided for each topic. Important: All these Task Cards sell for $38; as a bundle they are 35% off, for $24! Task Cards Included: (18 Products): ♦ Addition ♦ Addition and Subtraction: 2 Digit ♦ Addition: 3 Digit ♦ Arrays ♦ Balancing Equations ♦ Coins ♦ Estimating Sums ♦ Expanded Form ♦ Fact Families: Addition and Subtraction ♦ Greater Than Less Than ♦ Long Division ♦ Missing Addends ♦ Multiplication Word Problems ♦ Number Bonds Word Problems ♦ Skip Counting ♦ Subtraction ♦ Subtraction: Double Digit ♦ Telling Time
Elementary Math: Grades 1-3: This bundle includes all of the products listed below. Playing directions and folding Directions (with pictures) are Included. Important: All these Cootie Catchers sell for $38; as a bundle they are 35% off, for $24! Cootie Catchers Included: (19 Products): ♦ Addition ♦ Addition and Subtraction: 2 Digit ♦ Addition: 3 Digit ♦ Arrays ♦ Balancing Equations ♦ Coins ♦ Estimating Sums ♦ Expanded Form ♦ Fact Families: Addition and Subtraction ♦ Greater Than Less Than ♦ Long Division ♦ Missing Addends ♦ Multiplication Word Problems ♦ Number Bonds Word Problems ♦ Skip Counting ♦ Subtraction ♦ Subtraction: Double Digit ♦ Time to the Half Hour ♦ Time to the Hour
Here is a list of tried and tested activities for maths to be used in the outdoor area including writing and recognising numbers. My reception children love them!
great looking visually engaging interactive for helping learners identify maths symbols and their meanings. Works well as a desk based activity. Laminate it to give it a longer life. Works great as a large wall poster! Please leave feedback it helps me produce better resources
Numbers 1-10 maths circle featuring the number in words, as a numeral and represented pictorial in black dots. Look great along the edge of a maths working wall for the children to refer to- particularly when correcting number formation. The download includes a pdf and powerpoint document so they are fully editable if needed e.g. change of font.
everything you need for a working wall: maths symbols lettering printable backing paper and border fraction wall multiplication grid number 1-10 number lines number blocks more than/less than symbols and more!