If your child is starting to enjoy learning more about numbers and counting then this number counting 1 – 10 activity pages is something they might like. With over 25 pages, it’s sure to challenge and delight them at the same time.
Boo (aged 4 years) is really starting to show an interest in numbers. She can recognise them when we are out and about and is attempting to draw them on a piece of paper.
He oldest sister is her biggest inspiration, of course.
To tap into Boo’s interest, and those little ones who share it, I created this numeracy pack. Get your 25+ piece set here or visiting my TpT store.
Recommended age: Varies to each individual child
Allow your students to explore the variety of ways numbers from 1-10 can be represented.
This resource will inspire your students to challenge themselves and take on strategies to develop their knowledge of numbers to 10.
Purpose of this resource: Children correctly match the number displayed in the square using everyday objects.
Counting fingers, reading digits, using a tens frame are just some of the ways they can develop their counting skills.
There are many ways you might like to use this resource –
- Use as a whole class exploration activity
- Maths centre
- BINGO style (with a 10 sided die)
- Small groups
- Independent activity
- and more!
Number counting 1 – 10 activity pages
This helpful resource is great because it will teach your child the many ways a number can be represented.
- As a digit (drawn number)
- On a tens frame
- Shown with fingers on a hand
There are of corse many others ways to display a number, but these are some common ways that can get your child started.
This activity pack also breaks down the skill set for your child.
The beginning of this pack will have only numbers, which they can use counting tools such as unifix, counters or pebbles to demonstrate their understanding.
If you want a copy, click over to my TpT store or visit my online store to purchase.
People are already enjoying this resource with their kids! Get your copy today. It’s something that you will have forever and be able to use as they grow and learn.
So if you’re wanting to give your children an opportunity to learn more about numbers 1 – 10 then try this resource with your children.
Do you have a favourite number between 1 – 10?