## Set 3: Sequencing to 10

 These games require the children to use their knowledge of the counting sequence to find the number after and the number before a given number in the range 1 - 10. Children are recognising numbers up to 10 (11 and 12 in game 5 only). Children are also required to use their knowledge of joining two sets to find how many altogether.
 Playing In OrderSequencing numbers 1 - 10 (could also be played backwards) For numbers less than 3 use one dice. use 2 dice for all other combinations to give practice in basic facts.
 What Comes After?Learning the number that comes immediately after a given number. encourage children to verbalise e.g. 6 is after 5 or after 5 comes 6.
 What Comes BeforeLearning the number that comes immediately before a given number. Encourage the children to verbalise, e.g. 2 is before 3 or before 3 comes 2.
 Pop The BalloonsJoining two sets to find the total, numbers up to 10. Some children will be counting all the spots. Encourage memorisation of doubles and plus one.
 Three In A RowJoining two sets to find a total. Some children will be counting all the spots. Encourage memorisation of doubles and plus one. Use logic and reasoning to win the game.

Social Skills
The first four games can be played individually or with a partner learning to take turns. Game five required play with at least one other person.

Problem Solving Skills
In all games children should be encouraged to communicate their mathematical thinking through verbalisation using their increasing range of mathematical language. game 5 involves using prediction, trial and error, making choices and decisions and logic and reasoning strategies.

Oral Language
Games 1, 2 and 3 have specific themes, 1. Children's games, 2. The Learning Environment, 3. The kitchen. Discussion around the themes should include opportunities for vocabulary building.

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