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Maybe make an anchor chart for numbers to keep up in the wall for a while?---make a page of this for a math journal.

Number bonds to 10 challenge. My children love numicon!

I have a few children who don't know their number bonds to This is such a crucial skill for more advanced mathematical strategies - think I will be using this idea!

Wrap numicon in foil. Chn write down guess, unwrap foil and write down actual number

At NL we hid the foil wrapped numicon in the sand pit. Children used metal detectors to 'treasure hunt' for the numicon. Also foil wrapped matching numeral cards.

Unlock the Numicon pieces by working out the number bond sum. Practical eyfs mathematics.

Unlock the Numicon pieces by working out the number bond sum.

From an idea on Pinterest, Numicon houses. Children count the pieces then build with them. They then calculate how many there are altogether. (missamyp)

Children count the pieces then build with them. They then calculate how many there are altogether in the house.

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!

2 powerpoints to support counting and recognising numbers using numicon. The first powerpoint just shows the numicon pieces and the second powerpoint has the numicon pieces with matching numbers.

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