Numicon Sharing Corner
Teachers and parents from all over the world have been contacting us to let us know the fun and successful ways they have been making the most of our multi sensory approach, both at home and in school. Have a look at the links below for inspiration and maths ideas.
Please let us know how you have been using Numicon in new and exciting ways.
Play dough fun with Numicon
Here is an 'accidental' idea from a parent, showing the playful ways that Numicon can be introduced with Early Years pupils...
Snakes, ladders and Numicon
A quicker version of Snakes and Ladders. A great way to reinforce addition and subtraction and get to grips to teen numbers... AND lots of fun!
Counting with Numicon down the stairs
Here are a couple of great ideas sent in by a parent. The child in question has down syndrome, we think the explanation for the acrylic inset puzzle is very interesting....
Baking with Numicon in Iceland
This came though from one of our accredited trainers in Iceland. You can see from the images that this would be a lot of fun! why not give it a go at home or in school...
A new 'multi-sensory' Numicon Number Line
It's always the simple ideas that are most effective. A teachers from Sevenoaks Prep in Kent has created a 3D number line by gluing Numicon Shapes to a board to create a truly 'multi-sensory' experience...
A fantastic blog from Hong Kong
A parent in Hong Kong has been in touch to say how much she has been enjoying Numicon with her child. Here is what she had to say...
Oxford University Press, Educational Supply Section
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