Counting Shapes 1-20 Cut Outs

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Counting Shapes 1 to 20 Cut Outs - numbers, number, counting
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  • Brilliant resources - thank you!    The one thing I would question is the direction of the numicon in the cards.    I am sure that they are supposed to be a certain way up if you read the instructions.   I am going to cut out the shapes and re-stick them so that they are correct for the children.

    , Jan 25th
    • Hi MandrewE9999,
      I am really sorry to hear about this mistake, and I apologise if it has caused you any trouble. It will be changed shortly!

      , Jan 25th
    • Hi there MandrewE9999,
      Thank you for spotting this! Our lovely teacher and design teams have updated this resource and you can now download the new version. I hope you find it useful!

      , Jan 26th
  • Perfect for using with Numicon during the lesson. Thanks so much! I printed 2 to a page for a more manageable size for my group. 

    , Nov 27th
  • Hi All,
    Thanks very much ! The resources will be used for teaching.

    , Sep 11th
  • Would prefer this resource A5 if possible

    , Aug 30th
  • Hi
    Is it possible for you to change this resources so that I can strim the picture from the number easily in all cases. This way I can use it as a matching activity with my Reception children. Currently 9, 10, 13, 14 and 15 will not strim easily.

    , Jul 1st
    • Hi KAPearce,
      Thank you very much for commenting! It's great to hear from you :) I'm not quite sure what you mean by strim. Please could you explain a little bit more? How would you prefer this resource to be set out and I will see what I can do for you :)

      , Jul 1st
  • Love it. Thanks for this. I believe all students will benefit from this resource. It will reinforce counting.

    , Mar 13th
  • maths area

    , Oct 7th
  • supporting less able children

    , Sep 18th
  • supporting less able children

    , Sep 13th
  • I have bought numicon for at home for my daughter who turns 4 end of August. Going to use this along side numicon whislt trying to keep her number recognition 1-5 she's learnt at pre school over the summer holidays before starting reception in September. As she's the youngest want her to keep what she's learnt. Visual aids always useful.

    , Jul 17th
    • Hi Sheens24,
      Sounds great! Thanks for sharing :)

      , Jul 18th
  • EYFS

    , Jul 14th
    • Hi kestrel33,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

      , Jul 14th
  • SEN maths

    , Jul 10th
    • Hi valqum,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

      , Jul 10th
  • Using it for a SEN child in maths class.

    , Jul 3rd
    • Hi melcole,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

      , Jul 3rd
  • To use side by side with numicon for SEN.

    , Jul 1st
    • Hi mlb1980,
      That sounds lovely! :)

      , Jul 1st
  • SEN

    , Jun 30th
    • Hi sarahtipler,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

      , Jun 30th
  • brillant for counting

    , May 31st
  • Familiarise objects to numicon

    , May 8th
  • Interventions

    , Apr 28th
  • working with specific student

    , Apr 20th
  • i will be putting these in my playroom so i can encourage my little ones to count and recognize numbers

    , Apr 19th
  • supporting understanding number value

    , Apr 15th
  • teach EAL children

    , Apr 13th
  • help with number recognition

    , Apr 8th
  • To begin to teach Maths to ESOL Students

    , Apr 6th
  • Supporting number knowledge

    , Apr 6th
  • to teach my class number 4

    , Apr 1st
  • Year 1s with emerging numeracy skills

    , Mar 25th
  • A child who has dyscalulia in Year 4. Overlearning to enable subitising.

    , Mar 25th
  • to help my son with his maths

    , Mar 24th
  • To teach my son math

    , Mar 24th
  • number 10 is missing! :(

    , Mar 14th
    • Hi there yvonnes, thanks for your comment! I have just forwarded this onto our design team for them to look into. They will be in touch soon :) Have a lovely weekend!

      , Mar 14th
    • Hey there Yvonnes! This resource has now been fixed, and you can download it again right away :) Please remember to clear your cache and refresh your page!

      , Mar 16th
Counting Shapes 1-20 Cut Outs

Counting Shapes 1-20 Cut Outs - These counting shape cut outs are a fantastic resource that will make an excellent addition to your classroom!
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    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Jan 26th
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