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Have a go at the activities below. There are some videos to use with the sessions at the bottom of the page. 







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Go to subjects, Maths, F2, Activities, I Spy a Magpie. This activity is about estimating how many items you can see before counting and confirming the actual number.


You can try this with things you can find around your home and garden - estimate how many pieces in a handful of lego, or estimate how many daisies/flowers there are in the grass etc.






Talk about the vocabulary of capacity - full, empty, half full. Show your child 3 cups/jugs/vessels and put different amounts of liquid in each. Ask your child to describe whether it is full, half full, empty etc.  Try asking them a range of questions about the capacity. How much is in this jug? Can you make it half full? Can you show me full and empty. 


This is a lovely task to try at bathtime as they can fill and empty a variety of things with liquid and enjoy experimenting without the worry of any spills!




Number Bonds to 10 and then 20

Try the game Pop and Drop initially to 10 and then to 20. 

Explore the website for other games.






Share the Halving Power Point (below) with your child and then try halving some items from home - toys, items of food etc. 

Halving Powerpoint

Number Formation Rhymes

Number Line

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

Money Song for Children UK

When You Subtract with a Pirate (subtraction song for kids)

I Can Say My Number Pairs 10 | Math Song for Kids | Number Bonds | Jack Hartmann

Number pairs for 10. This number pairs song engages students to demonstrate the number bonds for 10 with their fingers for active engagement.

Sing along Shapes Song - with lyrics (featuring Debbie Doo)

Shapes are Everywhere! Learn shapes while you sing along to this kids song (with lyrics). Can you spot the different shapes in everyday objects?

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