## Foundation Stage : Numeracy : Term One Planning

Discover some schemes of work, lesson plans, classroom worksheets and interactive activities to develop skills in numeracy for Reception aged children in the Foundation Stage covering counting and numbers to ten, finding one more and one less, identifying shapes, using non-standard measurements, working with money and presenting data using pictograms.

## Unit One : Counting

Count, record and compare sets of different objects to ten and identify the matching numbers using numerals

## Unit Two : Numbers

Practise counting and labelling sets of different objects by writing and matching the numerals for numbers to five

## Unit Three : One More

Count and record numbers of different objects that are one more than numbers to ten by using objects around the school and in the local area

## Unit Four : One Less

Identify and record counted sets of objects that are one less than different numbers to ten on the theme of farms and farming

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Count, record and compare sets of different objects to ten and identify the matching numbers using numerals
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