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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

Hip-Hop Around the Clock | Learn How to Tell Time | Jack Hartmann

This is a song about telling time by the hour. Hip Hop Around the clock and tell the time by the hour.

Days of the Week Song | The Singing Walrus

The Counting by Twos Song | Counting Songs | Scratch Garden

Go up into space as you count up by twos with a dog and a song on a crazy rocket cruise! The Counting by Twos song teaches skip counting by 2.



Practise counting up to 20 (and beyond) but starting from a number other than 1 eg from 7 and count on.


Look at ordinal numbers eg first, second third etc on Education City, F2, Maths, Activities, Numbers, Tractor Race Ordinal Numbers 




Practice writing numerals to 21. Ask the child what the next number will be each time.


Adding together two groups. Education City, F2, Maths, Activities, Numbers, Aqua Blocks.


Use some resources from home to add together in groups eg 3 forks plus 5 spoons. 




Looking at the number line, talk to your child about a particular number, and ask them to tell you which number is one more then which number is one less than that number. 


Try doing this in a practical way - if they count the carrots on their plate, how many would they have if there was one more, and how many would there be if they ate one and there was one less.




Try counting in 2s with your child. You can use some resources from home to show this such as raisins or pencils to line them up in 2s and counting as you go.




Practise counting items accurately to 20 - Ask your child to collect some of their small toys and put them in a pile. Ask them to have a guess now many there are in the pile. Then ask them how would be the best way to count them accurately. If they are unsure, then suggest that they perhaps line them up so they can see them clearly and then touch each one as you count them. 


Then ask them to write the total number of toys they have found.

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