- Practise counting forwards and backwards to 20.
- Try creating a number line up to 20. Check all your numbers are clearly formed and the right way round
- Use the number line to help you answer the following questions: What is one more than 7? What is 1 less than 3? What is one more than 14? What is one less than 16? What is one less than 9?
- Draw 5 different 2D shapes and label them with their name.
- Count the number of corners and sides that the shapes you have drawn have.
- Have a look around your house and see what different shapes you can see.
- Use practical resources or create a number line to 10 to help you answer the following questions: 4+2= 5-1= 6+1= 5+3= 9+1= 6+3= 1+2= 2+4= 6-2=
- Can you write your own number sentence? What is the answer to your number sentence?
- Look at the groups on the sheet below. Count how many objects are in each group.
- Then look at the question and identify which has more or less in the group.
- Complete the counting objects sheet below. Count the amount in each group and then finding the matching amount underneath.
- Complete the ten frame sheet below. Count how many counters in each ten frame and then finding the matching amount underneath.
- Look at the days of the week cards and see if you can read the names of any of the days of the week.
- Practise writing the days of the weeks names.
- Cut and jumble up the days of the week cards and see if you can put them back in the correct order.
- Practise ordering numbers using the Bud's Number Garden game: https://www.bbc.co.uk/games/embed/education-ivor-starting-school?exitGameUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fbbc.co.uk%2Fbitesize%2Farticles%2Fzd4b382
- Practise reading numbers and counting objects using the Teddy Numbers game: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/teddy-numbers
- Use objects in your house to create a repeating pattern. You could use leaves, colouring crayons, counters or any other objects that you have in your house.
- Can you try creating a three part or four part repeating pattern? How long can you make your pattern?
- Practise counting, matching numbers and objects and ordering numbers using the Gingerbread Man game: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/gingerbread-man-game