Foundation Phase classroom games

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If school has just started and you are still trying to get into the swing of things, why not ease your learners (and yourself) into the school year with some class games?

The curriculum so often lends itself towards rote learning and textbook work. It is important to make time for free play and interactive activities that get learners engaged. Utilising fun classroom games is a simple way to encourage learners to draw on their imagination and creativity.

And who doesn’t like games? Not only are they fun, interactive, and social but they are also great tools for learning.

Enjoy this collection of fun classroom games!

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Number Games: Fun Activities to develop number concepts (Number 1 to 10)


The number games resource includes a variety of number games to consolidate number concepts (1 to 10) and encourage the correct formation of numbers. Number sense is a group of skills that allow kids to work with numbers. It includes skills like Understanding quantities. Ability to rote count Form numbers correctly Grasping concepts like more and less, and larger and smaller. Understanding symbols that represent quantities (7 means the same thing as seven). Making number comparisons (10 is greater than 7) Understanding the order of numbers in a list: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. The number games resource includes a variety of number games to consolidate number concepts and encourage the correct formation of numbers. It consists of a variety of activities with semi-concrete games and a variety of worksheets to consolidate early learning. It has the added benefit of including some gross-motor, fine motor activities to support motor skill development. The resource can be used in group activities/ math centers in the classroom or for parents who want to develop number sense in a fun and playful way In this resource: playdough mats, activity cards, board games, and worksheets( 56 pages) Can be laminated to ensure easy cleaning for re-use a short video with correct number formation of number s 1 to 10 and a strategy to avoid reversal of numbers when writing. This resource is intended for early learning from age 4. 5, and older. It can be used as a remedial intervention for older children with specific learning difficulties who struggle with number concepts and number formation.