Number sense is an important skill for all early learners to develop and master. It is the foundation for all mathematical thinking and the base for more complex computations. To develop a sound number sense, children need have fluidity and flexibility with numbers.
It is also essential that children are able to instantly recognise numerals and understand that numerals represent different a collection of items. This game explores numbers 1- 30 in a variety of contexts to promote automatic recognition and flexible thinking in number.
This is a fun game to develop and promote number sense. This activity aims to strengthen students early number knowledge and to reinforce early arithmetical strategies.
Children match the six rocketship parts to create a completed rocketship.
1. dot pattern or number sentence,
2. number word
4. tally mark
5. base ten
6. ten frame
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