This page contains various resources which can be downloaded and printed for use at home. I have made them all myself so they are copyright free. There are also ideas for simple resources you can make at home. 0-140 Number grid: 1-100 number grids (or squares) are common in schools. I have produced a grid from 0-140. I always like to include 0 because we children often forget it, and sometimes children get stuck going past 100. If you can print and laminate, then you can use a whiteboard pen on the grid and rub it off. The grid is useful for counting with your child, particularly in 2's, 3's etc, and for adding and subtracting. When you add 23, make sure you go down 2 tens and then across 3 units. A common mistake children make is the count the first step without moving. Make sure that children take a step on the first count. See the picture below:## Downloadable Resources## Make your own A set of number cards can be made from cereal or other boxes. Simply cut out squares or rectangles of similar size (they don't need to be exactly the same) and write the numbers on the plain side. I wrote the single digit numbers on the right, ready for 2 digit numbers. I also underlined all the numbers. It can be easy to mix up 6 and 9, so you can just do the numbers with 6 and 9 in. ## Online free resourcesNumicon is a fantastic resource for learning many aspects of number. There are a number of free resources provided by the publisher. They are linked from the bottom of this main page on the OUP website. |