
Active Number Recognition and Writing Activity Cards  SparkleBox 
 Write your numerals in different ways
 This is a gross motor activity (hands, arm, body movement) to gain familiarisation with numeral shape; think ‘drawing’ rather than ‘writing’
 You may find more ways to write numerals than there are suggested on the activity cards!
 Please be mindful of your safety at all times
 Practice drawing the individual numerals of 0 – 9, then try and write your numbers in sequence
 Do not worry if you don’t make it all the way to 20, 110 will be fine for now
 Extension: Write your numbers in backwards order


Blast Off!  Top Marks 
 Listen to the narrator to locate the rocket ship with the correct number
 Play 'Find a Number': Direct, 10 to 20


Connect the Dots  ABCYa! 
 Connect the dots in numerical order to make a picture
 This works a little differently to the pencil and paper puzzle that you are used to
 Revise numbers 110 if you like before practicing numbers 120
 Note: There is an animation of a hand directing you to select the second number in the sequence first; so instead of pressing 1, press the number 2 so that dot 1 joins up to dot 2


Colour by Numbers Worksheets  Math Worksheets 4 Kids 
 Choose any one of the free colourbynumber worksheets
 Feel free to revise numbers to 5 or 10 before moving on to numbers up to 20


Counting Fish  ABCYa! 
 Count the fish in the ocean and select the correct number tile to match
 Rounds 1 and 2 practice numbers between 1 and 10, and Round 3 practices numbers 11  20
 Each round has ten questions and there is a bonus little game at the end!


Counting Numbers 120  The Singing Walrus 
 Practice counting forwards and backwards between 1 and 20 with this song


Count to 20 and Workout  Jack Hartmann 
 Practice counting from 1 to 20 AND get a bonus workout with this song


Curious George Count with Allie  PBS Kids 
 Use your counting skills to count the objects on each page from 1 to 20
 Listen to Allie say the number of objects on the page, then try counting them individually to check


Curious George Flower Garden  PBS Kids 
 Grow a garden of flowers with George, and count how many pop up in the garden
 Click on each flower to listen to the numbers, and count along with the number line at the bottom of the screen


Dot to Dot Numbers 120 – Worksheet Fun 
 This is a repeat of an activity from a previous lesson
 Select and a worksheet that you may be interested in completing, then join the dots and colour it in when you are finished
 This is a great opportunity to practice using a ruler
 If you work on more than one, try completing the dottodot backwards from 20 to 1


Easter Egg Hunt  ABCYa! 
 Practice counting between 15 and 115 over nine rounds to find the hidden Easter eggs
 You can count along as you find each egg, and check how many they have left to find
 May be for young eyes only; the eggs become harder to find with each new round!


Helicopter Rescue Top Marks 
 Choose 'Find a Number' and the select the options under the 'Direct' heading
 Revise numbers up to 10, then practice numbers up to 20


Number Flash Cards  SparkleBox 
 This is a repeat of an activity from the last lesson, so you may already have these materials prepared
 Pick any set with numerals (1,2,3 etc), and print up to the number 20
 Pictures and spots are okay, we’re looking for numeral recognition here
 Alternatively, make your own flash cards by writing numerals on cards
 Variation 1: Practice reading numbers forwards
 Variation 2: Practice reading numbers backwards
 Variation 3: Shuffle the cards and read the numbers in random order
 Variation 4: Lay out the cards in order, then practice counting forwards and backwards
 Variation 4: Lay out the cards in order going left to right, top to bottom, and in two groups of five


Number Mat (020)  McMahon Education 
 A simple set of sheets that present 1 outlined number per page (20 pages total)
 Use these sheets for a variety of activities
 Variation 1: Draw inside the number repeatedly with different coloured pencils to create 'Rainbow Numbers'
 Variation 2: With the sheets inserted into a plastic sleeve or whiteboard PVC pocket, trace over the numbers with a whiteboard marker (see 'General Resources' section for a useful link)
 Variation 3: With the sheets inserted into a plastic sleeve or whiteboard PVC pocket, use playdough to roll out thin snakes and them mould their shape to resemble each numeral (see 'Optional Resources' section for a useful playdough recipe)
 Variation 4: Draw or count out a number of objects equal to the numeral, and put them around each numeral
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