Covers: Activity Resources Relation to National Curriculum Downloads
Activity One - Writing Numbers

Activity 1

Writing Numbers
Activity Two - 100 Buttons

Activity 2

100 Buttons
Activity Three - Dough Ball Counting

Activity 3

Dough Ball Counting
Activity Four - Number Frame

Activity 4

Number Frame
Activity Five - Number Lines

Activity 5

Number Lines
Activity Six - Teen Numbers

Activity 6

Teen Numbers
Activity Seven - One More One Less

Activity 7

One More, One Less
Activity Eight - Number Recognition Games

Activity 8

Number Recognition Games

Place Value: One Activities

Activity One - Writing Numbers

Activity 1

Writing Numbers

Hands-On Activities:
Activity Two - Dough Ball Counting

Activity 2

100 Buttons

Hands-On Activities:
Activity Three - Number Frame

Activity 3

Dough Ball Counting

Hands-On Activities:
Activity Four - Number Frame

Activity 4

Number Frame

Hands-On Activities:
Activity Five - Number Lines

Activity 5

Number Lines

Hands-On Activities:
Activity Six - Teen Numbers

Activity 6

Teen Numbers

Hands-On Activities:
Activity Seven - One More One Less

Activity 7

One More, One Less

Hands-On Activities:
Activity Eight - Number Recognition Games

Activity 8

Number Recognition Games

Hands-On Activities:

Place Value: An Essential Mathematics Topic for Year One Students

Exploring the concept of place value is crucial for key stage one students. This engaging activity pack includes:

  • Writing numbers
  • 100 Buttons
  • Dough ball counting
  • Number frame
  • Number lines
  • Teen numbers
  • One more, one less
  • Number recognition games

Each activity is accompanied by detailed lesson plans and worksheets to facilitate effective learning.

Maths Curriculum for Year One Children

Moreover, the Place Value curriculum for key stage one students delves into key concepts such as recognizing the value of digits based on their position in a number, representing numbers in various formats, and practicing basic addition and subtraction up to 100. Mastering these fundamental place value principles is essential for young learners as they lay the groundwork for tackling more complex mathematical challenges in the future.

Through these interactive and entertaining activities, students can enhance their comprehension of numbers and their interrelationships, establishing a sturdy mathematical foundation for their educational journey ahead.

An Holistic Approach to Teaching

In addition to the engaging activities listed above, students will also have the opportunity to practice comparing numbers, understanding tens and ones, and recognizing patterns in numbers. These activities are designed to make learning about place value not only educational but also enjoyable for young learners. By incorporating hands-on experiences and interactive games, students will develop a deeper understanding of how numbers work and how they relate to each other.

This holistic approach to teaching place value will equip students with the skills they need to confidently navigate the world of mathematics and set the stage for a successful academic future.

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