# Number Properties

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Would You Rather (Maths Choices)
How would you answer the question? How can you be sure? Get a free collection of these maths choices at mathsticks.com
Penguin Number Recognition - mathsticks.com
Free maths resource with a penguin theme - children match number of eggs to numerical value. Great for Number Recognition and odd and even!
Early Number Recognition with Clay
Create these photogenic Clay number recognition mats so children can make matching numbers, or link the work they do with clay to written number facts
Binary Number Search - mathsticks.com
Help children recognise binary numbers with this Binary Number Search
Early Number Recognition with Clay
Help young children to develop good Number Recognition skills with these 'clay' number mats
How do You Know When Children Really Understand the 100 Square?
How do You Know When Children Really Understand the 100 Square?
Math Coach's Corner
Math Coach's Corner: What Comes Between? The task is to decide which number can go in place of the ?, and the strategy is to put the numbers in order, creating a number line. You can easily adapt this activity for smaller or larger numbers.
MÉS SOBRE DESCOMPOSICIÓ DEL NOMBRE...
Decomposing numbers with dominoes - start with a number in a circle and have students place the dominoes that add up to that number
Domino maths game and activities for Key Stage 1 teachers - a versatile maths activity for learning about number properties and simple calculations
That's Odd - That's Even - mathsticks.com
3 very versatile maths board-games for teaching Odd and Even. Great for children from aged 6 to 10. A mathsticks+ resource
Maths is everywhere... even in reading books - use these fun bookmarks to prove it.
Not a new idea - but a great idea. 100 square maths jigsaws, perfect for supporting young learners understanding of the number system.
High quality images (and a suitable font!) make these simple Ordinal Number Posters a little bit special
Number Scramble is here to prove that numberlines don't have to be straight...
This maths activity really gives children a feel for exploring numbers - great small group activity.