N1/E1.1

Count reliably up to 10 items (a) understand that if items are rearranged the number stays the same (b) know how to count on and back from any small number

Classroom objects and numbers - bingo game

Submitted by Sian Evans on Sun, 2016-05-08 22:29

Pre-entry: General pre-Entry

Numeracy: N1/E1.1

ESOL: ESOL Listening

Resource type: Bingo, lotto or Pelmanism

Level: M8, E1

Classroom bingoClassroom bingoA game of bingo to practise classroom objects and numbers 1-16. There are 8 different bingo cards and a teacher’s board.
This could be used at the start of term for Pre-entry or Entry 1 learners.

Social Ups and Downs (game)

Submitted by Andrea Slade on Mon, 2014-12-08 21:25

Pre-entry: N1/M8.1, SLlr/M8.3

Literacy: SLlr/E1.3

Numeracy: Functional Maths - number, N1/E1.1

Context: Independent living

Resource type: Game, Listening and/or speaking activity

Level: M8, E1

A counting game along similar lines to Snakes and Ladders. Learners will learn turn-taking, following instruction & basic counting skills. In addition, they will pick up social and communication skills along the way.

(Print onto A3 – a dice and counters needed)

Editor’s note
A PPT version is also included to enable the game to be played on a smartboard.

Cars tally slideshow

Submitted by Matthew Tiller on Thu, 2013-01-24 13:07

Numeracy: Functional Maths - data handling, HD1/E1.2, N1/E1.1, HD1/E2.4, HD1/E2.5, HD1/E3.3

Context: Motor vehicles & Transport

Level: E1, E2, E3

Resource type: Interactive presentation, Investigation or project, Warm-up

The classic example of a tally is keeping track of how many cars of each colour go past in the street, but that is rather awkward to do in practice.

Use this presentation to save having to leave the comfort of the classroom! It is a PowerPoint slideshow of cars of various colours, to be projected onto the board. Tell learners to keep a tally of how many cars of each colour appear. Where a car has more than one colour, they should put it under the predominant colour.

How many Smileys 1 - 20?

Submitted by Chris Farrell on Wed, 2012-09-12 15:32

Pre-entry: N1/M8.1

Literacy: Ww/E1.1

Numeracy: N1/E1.1, N1/E1.2

ESOL: ESOL Ww/E1.1a

Resource type: Interactive presentation

Level: E1

Powerpoint for practising numbers to 20, not necessarily all at once.

Used as a starter with all ESOL maths groups to check the spelling of numbers. I created it for E1 / E2 and it could be used for ESOL, Literacy or Numeracy classes.

A selection of smileys are shown on each slide. Clicking reveals the number (as a digit) and a further click reveals the number spelt out as a word.

How many smileys?

Submitted by Chris Farrell on Mon, 2012-04-23 21:07

Pre-entry: N1/M8.1

Literacy: Ww/E1.1, Ww/E2.1

Numeracy: Whole Numbers, N1/E1.1, N1/E1.2, N1/E2.1, N1/E2.2

ESOL: ESOL Ww/E1.1a, ESOL Ww/E2.1a

Resource type: Interactive presentation

Level: M8, E1, E2

A powerpoint used as a starter with all ESOL maths groups to check the spelling of numbers. I created it for E1 / E2, but always use it as a check with E3 – L2 at the beginning of the year. They all enjoy it and never complain it should be for babies. It could be used for ESOL, Literacy or Numeracy classes.

A selection of smileys are shown on each slide. Clicking reveals the number (as a digit) and a further click reveals the number spelt out as a word.

Improve eidetic memory

Submitted by Dave Clapham on Mon, 2006-02-13 17:12

Numeracy: N1/E1.1, N1/E2.1

Resource type: Interactive presentation

Level: E1, E2

A simple idea that makes a great warm up exercise for any group. A series of smiley faces is portrayed in increasing numbers and grouped in different ways. Encourage students to say how many faces there are (ideally without counting – as the ability to make and interpret patterns helps with many aspects of maths) and discuss how they look at the patterns, chunk up into to 3s, 4s and 5s, etc.

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