Using the picture below, can you record how many:
you can find.
After you have completed this activity, can you have a go at drawing all these shapes. You can use a ruler to help you.
Activity 2: Using either 3D shapes or objects around the house, place the object in paint and place the object onto a piece of paper. Discuss what 2D shapes you have made? what 3D shape you used to create this shape? can you match the 3D shapes to the print?
for example: using the base of a tin of beans, place in paint and print onto paper. This would make a circle shape, however the object is cylinder which is a 3D shape.
you can use blocks, lego, food, packaging, cardboard, kitchenware to make a variety of shapes for printing.
Have a go at counting each row of superheroes and recording the correct numeral next to it.
Challenge: Once you have done this, i challenge you to write you numbers in order from 0-20. See how far you can go!
Remember subitising is when you can see how many objects are in a pile without having to count them.
Can you subitise how many muffins are on each tray?
Can you subitise how many trays you can see?
Can you add the three trays together ?
Have a go at trying to counting all the muffins, how many did you count?
Spot the mistake !!!
using a whiteboard or a piece of paper, write down numbers in order, start easy from 0-10.
Ask the children to listen carefully and stop when they hear or see something wrong. Now make this harder by writing or saying numbers to 20. After the adult has done this, encourage the child to have a go and see if the adult can spot the mistake.
Now children can you correct Miss Olivers mistakes? What have i done wrong? why is it wrong?
Counting back games
The counting Choir, you can play this game in a group or with just two people.
Start off easy
i say 2 numbers you say the next 2 number
for example 1,2, 3, 4 ,5,6 ,7, 8, 9,10
Now make it harder try saying 3 numbers each time.
Challenge: This time the adult can decide how many numbers are said on each turn. The child will need to listen to how many numbers are said.
for example 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20.
The person that says 20 wins!!!
Challenge: can you do it backwards?
Race to 20
provide a number track to 20 for each child. Children are to take turns and roll a dice, If they roll 1-5, they collect counters and get to full their track.if they roll a six they must go back to the start. First person to 20 wins!!