## Foundation Stage : Numeracy : Term One Planning : Counting : Lesson Five – Big and Small

This numeracy teaching pack for the Foundation Stage gets the children to use the correct vocabulary to compare the value of different counted sets of objects to ten. The class can play a game to compare the numerical value of pairs of numbers to ten counted using concrete equipment.

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Learning Objectives

Count reliably with numbers from one to ten. Place the numbers from one to ten into the correct order.

Learning Outcomes

I can count sets of objects to ten and write the matching numerals. I can compare the value of numbers to ten.

Big and Small

Teaching sequence to help the children use the correct vocabulary to compare the value of different counted sets of objects to ten

Number Lines

Template to help the children select and record counted numbers of counted sets of objects on number lines to ten

Biggest Number

Activity to get the children to play a game with a partner to match and record different digits for each of the numbers to ten

Big and Small

Interactive activity to help the children use the correct vocabulary to compare the value of different counted sets of objects to ten

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to use the correct vocabulary to compare the value of different counted sets of objects to ten

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