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Teachers if you need a math center for number sense then you’re in the right place! These 5 Number Of The Day Activities are perfect for promoting  Number Sense, build mathematical Language, & fluency with numbers.

Number Of the Day Activities For Teaching Number Sense

 

5 Number of the Day Activities

Teaching Number Sense is a key component to any maths program and requires daily practice activities, especially in the light that student achievement levels are directly linked to their levels of number sense.

It involves strategies that develop student  understanding of what numbers mean, how they are connected,  are able to perform mental maths, understand symbolic representations, and can use numbers in real world situations.

Our 5 Number of the Day Activities Pack has been designed to help your students build their fluency with numbers every day! Easily Differentiate these activities for groups, pairs, independent work and math rotations, by selecting a suitable number for your students to work on.

The activities in this pack are also suitable for morning work, homework, warm-ups and early finishers.

This Pack Includes:

  1. Number of The Day – 5 Spaces for 8 activities everyday of the School Week
  2. Number of The Day Thinkboard
  3. Today’s Number – 21 Tasks & Thinkboard
  4. Wanted Number Poster
  5. Frayer Model Thinkboard – Definition, Characteristics, Examples, Non-Examples

 

 

 

Teaching Resources For Number Sense

One of the easiest ways to incorporate teaching number sense into your maths lessons is to include  “Today’s Number” or “Number of The Day ” activities in your program.

Our 5 Number of the Day Activities pack includes 5 different activities that:

  • promotes number sense,
  • extends mathematical language and vocabulary
  • builds fluency & flexibility with numbers

This activity pack includes:

  1. Number of The Day – 5 Spaces for 8 activities everyday of the School Week
  2. Number of The Day Think board
  3. Today’s Number – 21 Tasks & Thinkboard
  4. Wanted Number Poster
  5. Frayer Model Thinkboard – Definition, Characteristics, Examples, Non-Examples

Number of the Day Think boards

This think board includes a  a weekly template for your students to practice flexibility with numbers every day. Tasks include write the selected number:

  • in digits
  • Word form
  • Expanded form
  • draw Base 10 representation
  • the number before/after
  • 10 more/ 10 less

Laminate & reuse this template for the whole Year!

Number of The Day Activities To Build Number Sense

Traditional Math Thinkboard

This template is great for group work. There are four sections on this template for a group to work together to complete. Includes:

  • in digits
  • Word form
  • Expanded form
  • draw Base 10 representation
  • the number before/after
  • 10 more/ 10 less

Build Number Sense - Think board

Today’s Number Tasks

This activity can be played like a bingo game or done independently. It includes 21 number sense tasks for students to complete.

Todays number activities for kids

Wanted Number Poster

The ‘wanted’ poster is another open-ended activity that allows students to demonstrate their knowledge of relationships between numbers. Easily differentiate this activity for a range of abilities in your classroom.

Building Number Sense- Wanted Poster

Frayer Model Think Board

The Frayer Board Think board Template is a graphic organiser, designed by Dorothy Frayer and colleagues at the University of Wisconsin in 2001. The Frayer Model helps activate students’ prior knowledge about a concept or word. Using the Frayer Think Board Template provides students with the opportunity to clarify a concept and communicate their level of understanding. The Frayer Board encourages students to create a definition, describe characteristics or properties of the word or concept, list examples and non-examples from their own prior knowledge of the concept or familiarity with the term.

Number Sense Resources - Frayer Think Board

 

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