This task is designed to offer your child multiple opportunities to explore important aspects of counting.

1- 2: Numbers and counting – Counting with understanding

Counting involves more than just saying the number words. Children also need to be able to match the words they say when they count to the symbols and the quantity (the amount).

1-3: Numbers – Guess my number

Developing number sense means children can talk about the relationship between numbers. This game helps children think about important relationships like more, less, between, etc.

1-4: Numbers10 or bust

Developing number sense means children can talk about the relationship between numbers. This game helps children think about important relationships to ten.

1-5: Patterns – Let's explore patterns

Patterning skills are foundational to mathematics.

This task is designed to offer your child multiple opportunities to explore important aspects of counting.

2-2: Building towers

This fun task involves using dice and building blocks to develop counting and number sense.

2-3: Pinch a ten

This game helps children think about important relationships like more, less, between. It also builds skills in estimating and recording mathematical ideas.

2-4: Long creatures

This task gives your child an opportunity to explore length and use everyday language to describe mathematical situations.

2-5: Number busting

This task will increase confidence in your child to place numbers in sequence.

3-2: Scavenger hunt

This game helps your child practise identifying numerals to 20, counting, identifying shapes and objects and comparing things.

3-3: Matching numbers for two

This task helps children see numbers in different ways. This is an important aspect of early number sense.

3-4: Fill it up

This task gives your child an opportunity to explore volume and capacity.

3-5: Ten concentration

4-2: Dice patterns A

4-3: Dice patterns B

This number talk will help your child to notice some very important patterns of our number system.

4-5: Capture ten

This game will help your child develop fluency in looking at combinations to ten, finding landmark numbers and renaming collections using place value.

In this lesson your child will subitise, which is the ability to look at something and know how many items there are without having to count.

5-2: Go fish -teen and -ty

In this task your child will play a card game using -teen and -ty numbers.

5-3: Dotty six

This game focuses on some key mathematical skills including counting, representations and combining quantities.

5-4: Maths explosion 7 feet follow up

This task offers your child the opportunity to measure length using uniform informal units.

5-5: Numberblocks - Stampolines follow up

This task offers your child the opportunity to explore the smaller numbers than make up larger numbers.