Numbers; This section contains work sheet all about numbers. Pupils will get to know the numbers up to 100 and will be able to translate them easily.
Pupils should try to find out which letters we are looking for.
This mix of numbers including a simple task will help pupils learn to count to ten.
before or after; Pupils can answer the questions and circle the correct numbers.
Pupils will learn how to say when it is "half past".
Pupils will learn about asking for and giving the answer on the price of clothing. It also includes revision on numbers.
Pupils will learn what to say when it is "…. O' clock".
Here are several exercises where pupils can write down the number of matches that must be subtracted in order to form a new word.
Here are two exercises focusing on calculations. First, pupils should draw lines connecting balloons with the matching numbers. Then they can work out the problems at the bottom of the page.
Pupils will get to know the basics of the numbers from 1-10.
Pupils can learn the numbers from 1-10 by drawing a line between the matching number pairs.
Pupils can translate a list of numbers into English.
This little rhyme will help pupils get to know the numbers from 1 - 10. Pupils should read it and do actions at the same time - this way they will pick it up quickly.
Pupils should translate a list of ordinal numbers into English and do a few tasks at the end.
Here is a game about numbers. Each pupil is given a number and when two numbers are announced the two pupils involved must swap seats. (Detailed instructions inside)
Pupils will learn about the three different ways of telling the time: analogue, digital and in wirting. They can connect the three matching times by drawing lines.
These basic exercises will help pupils get to know the numbers from one to ten.
Some basic exercises which will help pupils get to know the numbers from eleven to twenty.
This game is just like "Battleships", but instead of the ships pupils use UFOs. (Detailed instructions inside)
Pupils should unscramble several letters to discover different numbers.
Here are several clocks which all display different times. Pupils can match the sentences with the clocks using numbers.
Pupils should write down the correct time using the words and numbers shown at the bottom of the page.
This work sheet contains several pictures and digits which the pupils can cut out. The teacher then whispers whatever is says on one of the cards and the pupils should hold up the card they think the teacher means. This exercise should make children observe the movement of the mouth more carefully.