Activity may be very useful for pupils who enjoy "hands on" activities and are hard to motivate. Boys in particular will like this.
Tap it numicon - tap pins into the holes or place paper over the numicon and rub over wax crayon to make an I print
Here's a set of Numicon spinners for recognition of the shapes
Using wheat hoops to fill in the Numicon spaces- helps support understanding of conservation of number. (Please be aware may cause an allergic reaction for those with nut allergies)
Odd and even with Numicon - laying pieces on top of one another to show pairs for even numbers and one left over for odd.
This takes you to the official site on Oxford University Press, where you can find Numicon activities matched to the New Curriculum 2014.
Numicon in Playdough links fine motor skills with the familiarisation of Numicon shapes
Using the Numicon to add to the clock visual prompts alongside key word vocabulary when telling the time. Any classroom clock could be adapted into a Numicon clock.
1-31 Numicon Loop Cards can be played in a small group
Play a game with Numicon shapes. This is great when you use the large foam shapes with 10 kids at the front of the class. Great for differentiation!