Lesson One – Dominoes

This numeracy teaching pack for the Foundation Stage gets the children to play games to practise counting and ordering different numbers of shapes to ten. The class can select and match different numbers of shapes to the numerical digits from one to ten represented as dominoes.

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Learning Objectives

Place numbers up to ten into the correct. Count reliably up to 10 everyday objects.

Learning Outcomes

I can sort the numbers to ten into the correct order. I can count a set of objects to ten.

Dominoes

Teaching sequence to help the children play games to practise counting and ordering different numbers of shapes to ten

Domino Cards

Activity cards to help the children count and order all of the numbers from one to ten recorded using domino shapes

Noughts and Crosses

Activity to help the children play a game to count and identify and match the digits for the numbers to six when rolling a dice

Dominoes

Interactive activity to help the children play games to practise counting and ordering different numbers of shapes to ten

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to play games to practise counting and ordering different numbers of shapes to ten

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