# Numeracy activities

## Comparisons: Finding difference in data

- Numeracy activities
- Number and Algebra
- Level Two

Recall addition and subtraction facts to 20.

## Addition and subtraction on the number line

- Numeracy activities
- Number and Algebra
- Level Two

Change start-unknown problems to change-unknown problems.

Solve addition and subtraction problems by compensating with tidy numbers.

## Problems like ? + 29 = 81

- Numeracy activities
- Number and Algebra
- Level Two

Change start-unknown problems to change-unknown problems.

Solve addition and subtraction problems by compensating with tidy numbers.

## Bucket balance

- Numeracy activities
- Number and Algebra
- Level Four

Understand integers.

Solve addition and subtraction problems with integers.

## Dropping and rising temperatures

- Numeracy activities
- Number and Algebra
- Level Four

Understand integers.

Solve addition and subtraction problems with integers.

## Ten stickers per packet

- Numeracy activities
- Number and Algebra
- Level Two

Solve addition and subtraction problems using groups of ten.

Solve addition and subtraction problems by using place value partitioning.

## Read, say, do (10–19)

- Numeracy activities
- Number and Algebra
- Level One

understand that one ten and ten ones are the same.

understand that teen numbers can be represented as one ten and some ones.

## Animals on the farm

- Numeracy activities
- Number and Algebra
- Level One

The number of objects in a set stays the same, regardless of spatial arrangement.

There are multiple pairs of numbers that can add to the same sum.

## Patterns to Five, then Ten

- Numeracy activities
- Number and Algebra
- Level One

Instantly recognise patterns to 5, including finger patterns.

Instantly recognise patterns to 10, including finger and tens frame patterns.

## How many beans?

- Numeracy activities
- Number and Algebra
- Level One

Count a set of objects in the range 1–10.

Order the numbers in the range 0–10.