N1/E1.2

Read and write numbers up to ten including zero (a) understand that numerals can be represented in different ways, e.g. Roman numerals, Arabic numerals. (b) recognise Arabic numerals written in different fonts and styles.

How many Smileys 1 - 20?

Submitted by Chris Farrell on Wed, 2012-09-12 14:32

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 20:07

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.

Number pairs to 10

Submitted by Judy Valentine on Fri, 2009-04-10 16:25

Numeracy: N1/E1.4, N1/E1.2

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Level: E1

A straightforward but very useful number bond activity which requires colour pencils.

Writing numbers

Submitted by Jennifer Whitehead on Mon, 2009-02-09 16:25

Pre-entry: Ww/M8.1, Rw/M8.3

Literacy: Rw/E1.1, Ww/E1.2

Numeracy: N1/E1.2

General: Dyslexia support

Resource type: Wordsearch, Worksheet or assignment

Level: M8, E1

A 26 page booklet that thoroughly covers reading and writing numbers as words. The repetition and variety of practice methods (handwriting; matching; look, say, cover, write, check; word searches, etc.) provide ideal practice for preEntry and higher level dyslexic learners in both literacy and numeracy classes.

Note: Sept 2011 – picture added and curriculum mapping improved.

Writing numbers as words

Submitted by Dave Norgate on Mon, 2008-10-27 15:52

Numeracy: N1/E1.4, N1/E1.2, N1/E2.2

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Level: E1, E2

Also covers addition to 10 and knowledge of everyday number facts such as number of weeks in a year.

Working in a garage

Submitted by Jennifer Whitehead on Thu, 2008-09-11 15:52

Pre-entry: N1/M8.5, Ww/M8.1, Rw/M8.1, Rw/M8.3

Literacy: Ww/E1.1, Rw/E1.1, Rw/E1.3

Numeracy: N1/E1.4, N1/E1.2, N1/E1.3, N1/E2.2

Context: Motor vehicles & Transport

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Level: M8, E1, E2

A fabulous collection of embedded literacy and numeracy activities for Milestone 8- Entry 2. Covers reading, matching and spelling key words, counting, ordinal numbers, money, telephone work and more. Plus lots of great ideas for multi-sensory teaching.

Cardinal and ordinal number jigsaw

Submitted by Andrea McCulloch on Sun, 2008-04-06 15:53

Pre-entry: N1/M6.4, N1/M7.3, N1/M7.7, N1/M8.5, N1/M8.9

Numeracy: N1/E1.2, N1/E1.3

Level: M6, M7, M8, E1

Resource type: Tarsia jigsaw, Warm-up

A Simple and straightforward 16 piece jigsaw that makes a great group activity. Cardinal and ordinal numbers are matched with number words to form a triangle. This puzzle constructs sequentially, i.e. the word ‘one’ is at the triangle’s apex, matching with 1, then two, underneath it and so on up to 10 in cardinals and 8th in ordinals (this makes it a lot easier for preEntry learners to see how the triangle is constructed).
Andrea suggests: “Distribute the pieces at random around the group (sitting round a table).

Numeracy: N1/E1.4, N1/E1.5, N1/E1.2

Free tags: Follow me game

Level: E1

Resource type: Game

Follow me cards provide practice for read, add and subtract numbers up to 10 in this tried and tested circular game format. 11 well-designed cards.

How old is Wayne Rooney?

Submitted by Janet Kinsey on Thu, 2005-08-11 13:02

Numeracy: Place value and counting, N1/E1.2, N1/E2.2, N1/E3.1

Resource type: Quiz, Worksheet or assignment

Level: E1, E2, E3

How old is Wayne Rooney? A great quiz that that involves writing numbers as words.

Numeracy: MSS1/E1.2, N1/E1.2, MSS1/E2.3, N1/E1.3, N1/E2.2, MSS1/E3.3

Literacy: Ww/E1.1, Ww/E2.1, Rw/E1.1, Rw/E1.3, Rw/E2.1, Rw/E2.4, Rw/E3.4

Level: E1, E2, E3

Resource type: Flash cards, Game, Sort or match cards, Warm-up

One of our most popular resources has now been given a facelift. Includes ‘Follow Me’ warm-up activity cards on ordering days, months and seasons – for group numeracy sessions (EL1-EL3), also suitable for Literacy (Reading levels E1-E3). Small cards for matching months/days to abbreviations or order. Larger cards for playing matching / sorting games /alphabetical ordering and spelling. Useful key word reference sheets connected to time and numbers. Cheque writing help. Match upper and lower case key words. With dozens of teaching ideas.

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