Cards and boards
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Level contents

1:01 Number cards 1 to 7
The numeral, word and ten frame diagram are shown on individual cards for the numbers from 1 to 7 and could be used for identification, matching and in games.
1:02 Number cards 8 to 14
The numeral, word and ten frame diagram are shown on individual cards for the numbers from 8 to 14 and could be used for identification, matching and in games.
1:03 Number cards 15 to 20
A set of numeral, word and ten frame diagram cards for the numbers 15 to 20 can be used for matching, recognition and in games played like Concentration and Grab.
1:04 Larger number cards
Base 10. popstick and numeral expander representations and the word for 2-digit numbers are given on individual cards. These can be used for recognition, matching and in games.
1:05 Larger number cards
Base 10. popstick and numeral expander representations and the word for 2-digit numbers are given on individual cards. These can be used for recognition, matching and in games.
1:06 Money and Base 10 blocks cards
Coins, the dollar and cent symbols and a Base 10 short and long are pictured on cards and the word for each is also recorded on cards. These could be used in games, or matching and recognition activities.
1:07 Measurement and position cards
Picture and word cards are drawn for length (hand span), volume (full, half full, empty, more, less), and position (inside, outside or next to, nearer, further away).
1:08 Months and seasons cards
The name of each month and season is written on individual cards. A picture for each season is displayed. The cards could be used for recognition, matching and in games.
1:09 2D shapes cards
The 2D shapes, a square, rectangle, triangle, circle, oval, hexagon, trapezium, diamond, octagon and a pentagon, and a language card for each could be used for matching, identification and in games.
1:10 Snakes and ladders
The game board of 100 squares with ladders to climb up and snakes to slide down provides the opportunity for the use of addition and subtraction, the use of chance language and the application of chance concepts.