You can help at home by drawing attention to numbers in the real world and finding ways you use maths in your daily lives. Dice and card games are also a great way to engage children’s interest in number (e.g. Go Fish, Memory, Uno, Snakes and Ladders, Dominoes). Another way you can support your child’s mathematical learning at home is to find authentic opportunities to read and record numbers (e.g. shopping list, recording important phone numbers, travel plans, house numbers in your street, speedometer in car, counting and recording steps to school, sharing your fit-bit step count).

Below is a link to a number track game the students have been playing at school

Number Line 1 – 20

Number Track