What to do with this activity?
Click here for a simple game called Fishy Count from Primary Games. It will help your child gain confidence with the numbers one to ten.
If your child needs a little practice at adding, try this Fishing Addition Game from Softschools.com. Just click on the fish that gives the right answer to the given sum.
Children learn numbers and maths in a natural way through play and everyday activities. It’s different to school and should always be fun and practical – that way your child will enjoy working with numbers.
Your child also develops a sense of patterns and what time means in everyday life. This is important for helping your child to manage everyday activities – going places, how long they have to wait and understanding when things will happen in the future.
Talking about numbers helps your child’s fluency in counting, estimating and understanding numbers and money in everyday life. It takes time for children to understand addition and subtraction so use objects when helping them understand this or when doing their homework.
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