Children use everyday language to talk about time, to compare quantities and to solve problems
Children explore characteristics of shapes and use both everyday and mathematical language to describe them, talk about positions and solve problems
Children use everyday language to talk about size, to compare quantities and objects and to solve problems
In this activity, children will develop an awareness of the faces of 3D shapes by using them to make 'footprints' in soft dough.
In this task, making a variety of long creatures out of card will provide an opportunity for children to discuss and compare lengths.
This activity involves sorting toys into categories by using comparing and classifying skills.
When investigating these tubes, children will have the opportunity to practise using everyday language to talk about length, size and position.
This dice activity encourages children to relate the number on the dice to the number of teddies they need to choose.
When playing in this mud kitchen, children will be using the language of size and capacity to choose utensils for different tasks.
In this activity, there are lots of different patterns for children to make, describe and extend.
By following some simple recipes in this task, children can practise the skills of measuring and counting ingredients.
Creating a 'Book of Four' provides an opportunity for children to collect groups of four objects and consider how the groups of objects are similar.
This activity provides an engaging context for children to consider the space they will allocate for some 'small world' toys, and how many toys they will be able to fit into the space.