Ensuring children have a firm understanding of number concepts is important before moving them on to working with larger numbers and more abstract concepts. A strong foundation makes for greater confidence when working with numbers of any size.
To support your teaching of early number concepts, I have produced a new interactive resource, Count with Teddy Bears, with lessons ready for you to teach on the interactive whiteboard. The resource extends the range for teaching understanding of number already available from readilearn.
The lessons in Count with Teddy Bears provide opportunities for teacher explanations, teacher-student discussions, and student demonstration of understanding.
Interactive lessons are engaging for students, and with the children focused on the lesson, the teacher can identify areas of misunderstanding that require further teaching as well as concepts about which the children are already confident.
About Count with Teddy Bears
Count with Teddy Bears incorporates five separate sections with teaching in five main concept areas:
Count Teddy Bears — Counting in ones from 1–12.
Children click on each Teddy to count. As it is clicked, the Teddy is coloured, and one is added to the total.
Teddy’s Cupcakes — One-to-one matching up to 10.
Continue reading: Developing Number Concepts with Lessons Ready to Teach – readilearn