Place numbers 1 to 10 or 10 to 20 in front of you. Turn 5 cards round. Ask your child to tell you each missing number. Repeat with new numbers.
Place 1 to 10 or 10 to 20 cards in a box. Slide them up one at a time, in random order, asking your child to guess what the number might be. Discuss each number. With numbers from 10 to 20 point out the digit 1 followed by the other digit to make a teens number and discuss how 20 is written. Help your child to really focus on what each number looks like.
Practise writing numbers from 1 to 10 or 10 to 20.
You can make a table like the one below to help them with this or they can write it on a plain piece of paper.
Show your child 1 to 20 cards. Shuffle them and take 2 cards out and show your child. Ask them to write the smaller number on a piece of paper. Repeat with other numbers.
Show your child 1 to 20 number track.
Choose a number from 8 to 17 on the track and ask your child to make a tower of that number using lego or other construction material. Then say: “If we add three more lego pieces to the tower, how many pieces will be in the tower then?”
Repeat adding 2, then 3 using numbers from 8 to 17.
Next complete the addition sentences. You can make your own ones or use the ones below.
Show your child 1 to 20 cards. Shuffle them and take 2 cards out and show your child. Ask them to write the bigger number on a piece of paper. Repeat with other numbers.
Place 20 toys in a row. Put number cards 1 to 20 in front of each. Then ask them: “If we take the last 2 out how many will be left?” Take 2 toys out. Record the subtraction: 20 – 2 = 18 on the piece of paper. Repeat taking out the last two and writing the subtractions. When you get to 12 ask your child to show you the answer on their fingers.
Next complete subtraction sentences below or make your own ones.
Please answer below word problems.