The purpose of this activity is to learn to order numbers to 100
Link to the Number Framework:
Number Sequence, Stage 4
What you need:
- A pack of cards with the picture cards and tens removed. (Ace =1)
- Pencil, Paper
What to do:
- Draw 7 boxes beside each other. Write 10 in the first box, and 100 in the last box. 5 boxes between.
- Place the card in a pile.
- Take turns to turn over two cards.
- Choose how this number could be written. eg. If a 2 and a 6 were turned over they could be written as 26 or 62.
- Each player chooses where to record the number. Write the number in a square. Once written the order cannot be changed.
- The next player has a turn.
- A number can only be recorded is there is an available space.
- The first player to have all the boxes filled with the numbers in the correct ascending order is the winner.
A number line or a tape measure with numbers to 100 can be useful to help children order the numbers.
What to expect your child to do:
- Be able to accurately sequence random numbers to 100.
Draw 7 boxes on top of each other. Write 100 in the top box, and 10 in the bottom box. Players fill in the 5 boxes between.
Related Māori vocab:
|pile of cards||putunga kāri|
|two digit number||tau mati-rua|