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Week 7 Activity Task

Maths Activities

 

Here are some fun Maths activities that you can be doing with your child during school closure.

You don't always need worksheets and writing materials to do Maths, you can make it more interactive by using playing games and using objects from around your house to make up your own Maths challenges.

 

 

 

 

Have fun playing snap or making your own numbered pebble hunt, hide them in the garden and see if you can find them all and then put them in the correct order

Have fun playing snap or making your own numbered pebble hunt, hide them in the garden and see if you can find them all and then put them in the correct order 1
Have fun playing snap or making your own numbered pebble hunt, hide them in the garden and see if you can find them all and then put them in the correct order 2

Find 2D shapes around your house and sort them into the correct catergory. Can you make your own 2D shape picture?

Find 2D shapes around your house and sort them into the correct catergory. Can you make your own 2D shape picture? 1
Find 2D shapes around your house and sort them into the correct catergory. Can you make your own 2D shape picture? 2

Can you collect all your favourite toys and teddies and order them by size? Which one is the tallest? Which is the shortest?

Can you collect all your favourite toys and teddies and order them by size? Which one is the tallest? Which is the shortest? 1

Explore capacity- Use water, sand, lego etc to fill different containers and see if your child can recognise which is full, half full or empty. How do they know this? Number the containers and see if they can put the correct amount of objects into the containers?Which has the most?

Explore capacity- Use water, sand, lego etc to fill different containers and see if your child can recognise which is full, half full or empty. How do they know this? Number the containers and see if they can put the correct amount of objects into the containers?Which has the most? 1
Explore capacity- Use water, sand, lego etc to fill different containers and see if your child can recognise which is full, half full or empty. How do they know this? Number the containers and see if they can put the correct amount of objects into the containers?Which has the most? 2
Explore capacity- Use water, sand, lego etc to fill different containers and see if your child can recognise which is full, half full or empty. How do they know this? Number the containers and see if they can put the correct amount of objects into the containers?Which has the most? 3

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