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 Please click on the picture logos on the right hand side of the page to take you to the website. 

Numberblocks is a great CBeebies website which has a number of videos, games and songs to help with a number of concepts in maths.
White Rose Hub is providing a number of maths home learning packages. The maths activities are all based around a story. Please take a look.
Topmarks has a number of interactive maths games. Lots of fun to be had!
Oxford Owl Maths has a number of interactive games which are linked to the Early Years curriculum - making a pattern, recognising shapes, addition and subtraction etc.
100 Square Splat is used at school for counting and recognising numbers. Splat the number when you say it. Can you have a go at counting in 2's, 5's and 10's too?

The maths factor (created by Carol Vorderman) is a website that you usually have to pay for, but it is currently free during the school closures. Take a look at the maths resources for 4-5 year olds.


 Ten frames 


Ten frames are useful resources used in schools to help develop number sense in the context of ten. They are two by five frames and are used by placing counters to illustrate numbers that are less than or equal to ten. Please see below.



Count to 100 by 1's!

Teach your children to count to 100 as they get some great exercise too.

 Key representations in maths