Follow this link for a useful resource guide for teaching numeracy to children who are at Early to Second levels:
This resource guide shows materials that can be purchased and also useful printable resources which can be used to support and extend learning for all children at these levels. It is designed to be a guide for practitioners across early, primary and secondary sectors in choosing resources to support and extend learning for children at these levels. You will find lots of these resources referenced in the Highland Numeracy Progression.
If you would like any more information on these resources, and how they can be used effectively please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org. It would also be great if you could let me know of any other resources you have found particularly effective!
A useful online guide to all numeracy-related resources from Education Scotland:
Some useful printable resources to develop skills in subitising and knowledge of patterns within five and ten:
Some useful tens frame resources for developing knowledge of grouping and patterns within number, as well as using for materials within strategy work:
A range of free apps for use with iPads – thank you to Lucy Hammond for this document:
This is a great link for printables – I like the stick bundles and finger patterns! Thanks to Clarissa from Gairloch for this link.
This link has fantastic games linked to different areas of knowledge – thanks Eva from Ullapool for this:
Thank you to Wendy Mackay at Bishop Eden school for this example of a HOTS Task Mat for numeracy! This is also available on the Glow maths and numeracy site.
Great for developing spatial patterns:
Some fantastic resources from Hillhead Primary – thank you Carole!