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White Rose Maths - Home Learning 

 

White Rose Maths in partnership with the BBC Bitesize Daily team has developed a 12-week learning programme for the summer term. This scheme is designed to help children be ready for their next year of school.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/

Fun activities to do at home with number

 

 

Counting and Ordering numbers

 

Use old magazines, comics or greetings cards.  
Cut out pictures of animals, or anything else your child is interested in. Label the animals 1 to 5 and then beyond. Shuffle the animals. Put them in order from 1 to 10. Remove one animal. Ask your child which number is missing. Repeat with other numbers and more than one missing number. Ask your child to say what number comes before or after a number you choose. When your child can do this, repeat with numbers 1 to 20. 

 

Dice Game

 

Use a ‘dotted’ dice and write the numbers 1 to 6 on a sheet of paper. Throw the dice. Can your child guess how many dots there are? Check by counting. Ask your child which number on the paper matches the dots on the dice.

 

One More, One Less

 

For this game you need a dice, a coin and some building blocks or Lego bricks. Take turns to roll the dice. Build a tower with that number of blocks or bricks. Then toss the coin. Heads means take one brick off. Tails means add one on. If you can guess how many bricks there will be after this, you keep them! The first to collect 20 bricks or more wins!  

 

Counting

 

Practise counting.  Start at 5, and count on from there to 11. Start at 9, count back from there to zero. Choose a different starting number each time. 

 

Cupboard Maths

 

Ask your child to help you sort a food cupboard out, putting heavier items on the lower shelf and lighter items on an upper shelf. Using the fruit bowl, I have 3 apples and 2 bananas, how much fruit do we have? There were 6 carrots on your plate, how many are there now? Can you use the vegetables to make a repeating pattern? Potato, carrot, onion, potato, carrot, onion. Can you order the food shopping by height?  

 

Roll a Shape

 

Cut out 12 shapes. Make 3 triangles, 3 squares, 3 rectangles and 3 circles. Take turns to roll a dice and collect a shape that has that number of sides, e.g. roll a 4, collect a square. The first to have four different shapes wins. If you can name each shape you go first next time!  

 

Games

 

Playing adding games with playing cards, turning two over and working out how many altogether. Snakes and ladders or other simple dice games, for number recognition and counting on. Bingo, with numbers or shapes Hopscotch.

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