Students practise whole number sequences using numerals, quantities (eg dots) and words. Thinking is focused on considering the number that comes before and after given numbers.
Teacher notes
- Students place train carriages on a track in order, one at a time, by working out the number that comes before and after the number on each carriage.
- Numbers are represented as words, numerals, dots, and/or MAB blocks.
- Randomised number generation encourages repeated use.
Learning objects
| Number trains: numbers 1 to 10 Students work with whole numbers up to 10. Numbers are represented as words, numerals and dots. |
| Number trains: numbers 1 to 20 Students work with whole numbers up to 20. Numbers are represented as words, numerals and dots. |
| Number trains: numbers 30 to 50 Students work with whole numbers from 30 to 50. Numbers are represented as words and numerals and MAB Blocks. |
| Number trains: numbers 90 to 120 Students work with whole numbers from 90 to 120. Numbers are represented as numerals only. |
| Number trains: skip counting Students use skip counting by twos, fives and tens. Numbers are represented as numerals only. A ëhundred chartí provides support for 'skip counting' while students develop appropriate thinking and test ideas. |
| Number trains This is an aggregated learning object combining the five other learning objects in a sequence. |