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Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

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Fine motor and maths activity. Children have to do the sum, or, for younger children, count the dots, and then match the key up to the correct padlock to open it. This activity not only improves their maths, but also strengthens the muscles in their hands and fingers, which is important for improving writing skills.

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Mark-making roll.We do this in class and it inspires brilliant pictures and mark making!

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Mark making dice. Roll the dice and copy the pattern. Adapt this for writing numbers by inserting numbers, or use for games with pictures of Numicon plates.

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