#### Help your children to develop their early number skills with our huge collection of teaching activities, display materials and printable games!

• Twenty Number Posters – A set of posters that show the numbers 1 to 20 with spots for children to count. You could also print these at a smaller scale for use as number cards.
• Twenty Number Posters with Photos – A collection of display posters showing numbers to 20 with photos of different animals and objects.
• Ten Number Posters with Words and Tallies – Posters showing numbers up to 10 with the number shown in digits, pictures, words and tallies.
• Ten Numbers to Decorate – A set of numbers (from 0 to 9) that your children can decorate. Could they add different ways of showing each number (e.g. words, figures, tallies, pictures of objects)?
• Ten ‘Write the Numbers’ Tasks – Printable sheets that let children practise their number formation skills.
• Two Sets of Bingo Cards – Collections of bingo cards so that you can play a game of ‘Bingo’ with your children. A set of matching cards are also included so they can be used as an independent matching activity. Challenge your children to find the matching digit / number of spots… or find the matching number that gives a total of 10 or 20.
• Twelve Pages of Number Strips – A collection of printable ‘strips’ that include the numbers 1-10, 1-20 and 1-50. Use them for counting, recognising numbers, identifying numbers before / after and more!
• Twenty Pages of Number Lines – Ten sets of number lines (with numbers from 0 to 10) that your children can refer to during Maths activities. Themes include superheroes, rainforests, football, robots and more. A blank version is also available.
• Eight ‘Missing Numbers’ Challenges – Can your children write in the missing numbers? Available in two versions (from 1-10 and 1-20).
• Six ‘Build a Number Line’ Tasks – Cut out the number cards and use them to build number lines. These are available from 0 to 10 and from 10 to 20, at different levels of difficulty.
• Four Number Jigsaws – Cut out the number cards and then cut them again along the diagonal lines. Can your children match the pieces of each number together again?
• Forty ‘Peg It’ Cards – Can your children put pegs next to the matching numbers (and words) on these printable cards?
• Ten Counting Jigsaws – Cut out these jigsaws and ask your children to put them in the correct order using the numbers at the bottom.
• Four ‘Number Prints’ Pages – Ask your students to put the correct number of fingerprints in the boxes on these printable sheets.
• Ten ‘Number Hunt ‘ Activities – Can your children find all of the numbers that are hidden in these grids?
• Four ‘Cut and Count’ Tasks – Cut and stick the numbers in the correct places on these grids!
• Two ‘Shining Stars’ Games – Roll a die and colour the stars with the matching numbers. This activity is available as an individual task and as a two-player game.
• One ‘Missing Wings’ Activity – Complete the ladybirds by matching the numbers on their wings!
• Eight Counting Mazes – Can your children find their way through the maze by counting numbers up to twenty?
• Fifteen ‘Colour by Numbers’ Sheets – Colour the picture by finding the correct numbers in the key. What pictures will your children create?
• Eight ‘Colour by Calculations’ Resources – A more challenging ‘Colour by Numbers’ activity which requires children to solve simple addition and subtraction calculations.
• Eighty-One ‘Star Number’ Resources – A collection of printable pages that help your children to understand different ways of writing numbers up to twenty (and the numbers that come before and after each one).
• Twenty ‘Can You Draw?’ Tasks – Challenge your children to draw the correct number of items (up to 20) with these printable activities.
• Twenty ‘Writing Numbers’ Activities – A collection of pages that let your children practise writing numbers.
• Ten ‘Number Mix and Match’ Pages – Cut out these cards and match the numbers, words, marbles and tallies!
• Two ‘Spotty Dogs’ Activities – Ask your children to draw the correct numbers of spots on these cute puppies.
• Five Sets of ‘Part Part Whole Caterpillars’ – Can your students complete these part part whole caterpillars to review their addition skills?
• Eighteen Subtraction Activities – A collection of resources to help your children practise their subtraction skills.
• Five Number Games – A selection of printable games that children can play to review their counting, addition and subtraction skills.

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