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Number Activities for Students Aged 5-7

A selection of resources, published by BEAM, for teachers of primary mathematics. They include challenging problems and puzzles, open-ended investigations, cross-curricular activities and resources to practise and consolidate students' mathematical understanding.

*Adding next-door numbers - develops an understanding of odds and evens

*Calculator patterns - using a calculator keypad to generate number patterns

*Dot to dot - completing pictures using odds and evens

*Favourite numbers - using clues to find an hidden number

*Fives and tens - counting in fives and tens

*Flower patterns - continuing spatial patterns

*Footprints - identifying hidden numbers on a grid

*Hidden number - colouring multiples of five

*Number facts - identifying correct properties of numbers

*Stolen numbers - completing seqences

*Wordsearch - seven maths words hidden on a grid

*8 in the middle - writing number sequences with eight as the middle term

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