Design your own Easter egg using shapes. Click on the link below for resources.
What shapes have you put on your egg?
Can you make a pattern with the shapes? A repeating pattern?
Easter egg hunt
Use real or plastic Easter eggs and hide them for your child to find in the garden. You could number the plastic eggs and can they put them in number order?
Give them instructions to find the Easter eggs using positional language - forwards/backwards, left/right, underneath/over next to etc.
Helping at home with numbers
What numbers can you spot when you are out and about? Have a competition who can find the most, maybe write them down too.
Sing some number songs together 1,2,3,4,5 once I caught a fish alive is one of my favourites. What's yours?
Play a matching game with your fingers. Whatever number you show on your fingers, can your child match you? Encourage your child to count their fingers and yours.
Ask your child to help set up the table at tea time by counting out how many of each item, 3 forks, 3 table mats etc.
Talk to your child about old they are, What number are they now? What number will they be next?