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Please continue to practice counting to 20, ordering these and writing them. Can your child count on from a different number each time?

Count to 20 and Workout | Fun Counting Song for Kids | Count by 1's to 20 | Jack Hartmann

Jack Hartmann's Count to 20 and Workout will have you counting to 20 as you engage your body and brain and workout as you count.

Shapes for Kids | 2D Shapes | Shapes Song | Shape Up| Jack Hartmann

Shape Up is a great educational song for children learning about 2D shapes. In Shape Up, children see the different shapes and then draw the shape in the air.

3D Shapes I Know (solid shapes song- including sphere, cylinder, cube, cone, and pyramid)

3D Shapes


Play on Education City- Subjects- Mathmatics- F2- Hustle and Bustle (Focusses on number bond to 10)


Complete number bonds to 10 activity either on worksheet below or you could do this on paper, whiteboard or practically using items. 




Rockets ----- Children  Count down from 10 to 0 and then Count down from 20 to 0


Subtracting - draw ‘magic beans’ and then write numeral and take away (Rub Out) from original group. e.g. have 5 beans drawn. Cross out/rub out two. How many are left? Write the number sentence to show 5-2=3




Review names of 3D shapes. - Sphere, cones, cube, cuboid and cylinder. Can your child find some of these shapes around the home? 

Addition and subtraction activity. Encourage children to think – which number comes before?




Revise/ Re-visit coin recognition. Ask  look at and feel the coin and share  what coin it is.

What does it feel like? What colour metal is it?


Talk about the value of coins with children. Ask them if they needed to buy something that cost 2p which coins could they use? Repeat this with different amounts. Can they find more than one way to buy an item with different coins e.g. a 5p teddy they could do 2p,2p and 1p or they could use a 5p or 1p,1p,1p and 2p. 




The activity of caterpillar sequencing requires them to think carefully about which number come next when ordering them from smallest to biggest?

(To 20, then to 100!)

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