# Numeracy Activities

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Numeracy Resource Table (Early Life Foundations - Kathy Walker)

Number play in the Early Years - from Rachel (",)

Pattern Play & Number Cards, 2 math activities to reinforce counting skills & visual discrimination, plus a literary component with the book Ten Black Dots.

Help your kids play and learn with this fun and educational Duplo blocks busy bag activity. Work on counting, color matching, fine motor skills and more. Part of a 31 Days of Busy Bags and Quiet Time Activities https://allourdays.com/2012/10/duplo-blocks-counting-tower-matching-busy-bag.html

Kindergartners add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching plywood square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve!

Counting Raindrops Game Boards and Play Dough Mats are great for maths centres, working independently or within small groups of 2 to 4 players. The Counting Raindrops Printable Maths Games and Activities are a great addition to any early childhood environment and numeracy program

A fun way to learn how to write numbers – the correct way! The Dot-to dot Number Rhyme Charts are a multi-sensory printable that can be used for activities to learn the correct formation of writing numbers.

Create a Number Line 1 to 20 is a fun hands-on number awareness activity that involves recognising and organising numerals 1 to 20. The activity provides children with the opportunity to unjumble the numbered pop stick flowers and arrange them in order from 1 to 20 into some play dough rolled out into a line. Children can also play games such as "Fill in the Missing Number" counting forwards and backwards and guess the missing number.

Number Sort with 10 Frames is a fun, hands on activity to play and learn with numbers. It sets a challenge of searching for specific numbers amongst a jumble of numbers and matching them to the Printable Number Mats.

Build a City Counting and Subitising Game will be an instant hit with your little mathematicians. It is a super fun game where children have the opportunity to create a city-scape or skyscraper of tall buildings using connecting blocks while learning to count and subitise with numbers 1- 6.

A fun way to learn how to write numbers – the correct way! The Dot-to dot Number Rhyme Charts are a multi-sensory printable that can be used for activities to learn the correct formation of writing numbers.

Printable Number Tracing Mats are a great way to assist children with, fine motor coordination and control, number formation, pre-writing and handwriting development.

Printable Number Play Dough Mats, Play dough mats are a great tool to use with your children to work on various learning skills as well as help develop their fine motor skills. Together they can be used in creative, playful ways to promote early literacy and numeracy skills in a hands on way.

numeral match sensory bin with collected lids - could hid any kind of objects in with the lids!

One of my goals this year was to really focus in on developing a strong number sense in my kindergarteners. I want them to really grow in their understanding of how numbers work, what they mean, and how they relate to one another and to the world around us. As with most anything, the best way to become stronger at something is to practice! I wanted a fun, simple way to incorporate more number sense into our day, so this year I am working hard at having daily, meaningful number talks EVERY…

Time for busy bag number two! I have a couple more coming too, so just bear with me. :) Today's bag is a bean counting game. Everything sou...