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Maths at home

Early math skills are being used by children throughout their activities, experiences and daily routines, whether at school or at home. For example, becoming familiar with their routines such as brushing their teeth, getting dressed, taking a nap, and learning about going shopping with their parents can all become math learning opportunities when approached a certain way.

Math is Everywhere!

Mathematics plays a major role in a child’s development and helps children makes sense of the world around them. Children between the age of one to five years old are beginning to explore patterns and shapes, compare sizes and count objects.  Math play is evident in pretend play, block play, literacy play, outdoor play and science play, for example


Any of the following commonly-found items can be used as tools to help teach fundamental math skills like adding and subtracting:

  • Peg Number Boards
  • Counting Bears
  • Car Garages
  • Magnetic 2D and 3D Blocks
  • Number Tracing Sheets
  • Tangrams
  • Playdough
  • Books and Rhymes
  • Puzzles (e.g. jigsaw puzzle


Parents can play an important role in influencing and being a role model for children by providing opportunities for children to learn and develop new skills. Adults need to allow children to direct their own play and support them by enhancing or extending their play. Children need opportunities to:

  • Discover and create.
  • Use number concepts and skills to explore.
  • Develop confidence in their ability to think things through.
  • Solve meaningful problems.
  • Create connections to help discover relationships (e.g. characteristics).

 Spring Term 2 

Topic of Hats,hats,hats 

Spring Term 

Topic of Patterns 


Paws and whiskers

We have learning about different animals. Now we are going to sort the into two different groups.
Watch the video first. Then on a piece of paper draw me different animals describing their features. Do they have paws, whiskers, fur, tails, etc.
Looking forward to seeing the images and descriptions on the seesaw app.

Can you finish the repeating pattern on the scarf?

Look carefully , what comes next?

 Have a look at the 2d shape patterns - can you finish the by drawing the shapes? 


You can also make your own patterns using things at home. 



Water tray – transporting and transferring water from one container to the next – investigating capacity. 


Find 5 different containers at home - see which one holds the most 

Is it the biggest one ? or the widest one? 

How can we check ?

Can you fill them to the top so that they are full? can you fill it half way so that it is half full ?

Christmas Counting - Can you touch count each line and write the numeral in the space provided

Symmetrical Butterfly Painting | Caitie's Classroom | Learning Videos For Kids

Want to learn how to paint symmetrical butterfly colors? Sit back and take notes as Caitie guides you step by step on how to make this butterfly craft! Caiti...

Using the sheets below can you identify which shapes are symmetrical. Get a small mirror and try.

There are also some Christmas pictures for you to complete. Use the mirror to see what the other side is going to look like.  

Five Little Ducks | Kids Songs | Super Simple Songs

Watch this video and MUCH more in the Super Simple App for iOS! ► of our favorite kids songs! ""Five little ducks went out one day...

Just Dance Kids 2 Five Little Monkeys

Family Friendly Gaming ( is pleased to share this game play video for Just Dance Kids 2.
Can you count down form 5 to 0 using your fingers alongside the video.
Show me 5 fingers, show me 4 fingers, show me 3 fingers, show me 2 fingers, show me 1 finger and can you show me 0 - No fingers.

Five Currant Buns In A Baker's Shop | 5 | NURSERY RHYME | RainbowRabbit | Counting Song |

Can you see the numbers in the video. What number is it?
Can you write this numeral? Can you draw the correct number of current buns?