Fun family maths activities and dice game learning the order of numbers 1 to 10
7 All in Order
Your child may be very confident to say “one, two, three,...nine, ten” as a rhyme. Although it seems to follow on, to put the symbols 1, 2, 3...9, 10 in order is another big maths learning step.
A number song is easier for a child to remember because of the relationship of the words and the musical pattern. Get singing and the rhythm will support your child’s memorisation of the order of numbers up to ten.
Play the ordering numbers dice game and by sharing only short parts of the sequence saying “three, four, five” for example, and you will be really helping your child to take their number learning to the next level.
With number cards your child can play with the order of the number symbols, and it’s very easy to make adjustments - no crosses needed!
To help a child with maths age 4 to 5.
Most of content covered early in the reception year maths curriculum UK
Download pdf package of games and activities along with advice on how to support your child to discover and enjoy this bit of maths at home.