These lovely ladybird themed addition sheets offer a more visual way of reinforcing your teaching on number and value recognition, and addition. Draw the spots on the lady bird, count them, and then add them together.
Great advice from Alistair on this site - feature the children in their own photo number line to reinforce number concepts (but focus on photographing the children who struggle with number, as they are the ones who need this display most)
A set of simple playdough mats featuring numbers These mats have been specially designed for children who find the images on playdough mats a distraction to their learning. Just laminate to create re-useable playdough mats - a fun way to re-enf
Stick foam numbers (or simply write) onto plastic garden label sticks. Hide the sticks in the garden and then send the kids outdoors to find them. Once found, ask them to line up the sticks in the correct order.
for Less - Here is a simple math activity that you can customize to your child& skill level. The dollar store has a great selection of cupcake liners and aluminum cupcake tins. They can be used for practicing math.