F1 Maths Activities
Collect 3 of different objects ensuring they are different sizes e.g. 3 shoes, 3 cups, 3 fruits, 3 socks, 3 teddies, 3 toys, 3 books etc.
Write labels ‘big’ ‘medium’ ‘small’ for each bear.
Choose a set of 3 objects and sort them under the correct label.
The Three Bears are having a race to see who reaches their bowl of porridge first!
Can you make 3 bear counters and 3 bowls of porridge using paper? (or you could place real bowls).
Make 3 number tracks with 10 spaces.
Place your bear counters at the start of each track and your bowls at the end. Throw the dice and move the first counter along your number track. Repeat for the other 2 bears.
Ask questions like ‘how many more jumps to make 10?
Goldilocks likes things to be ‘just right!’
Use a large bowl and a set of number cards.
Place the number cards face down. Turn one over and identify the number e.g. 5. Can you find 5 objects to place in the bowl?
Repeat with other number cards.
DRAW A BEAR!
Use a dice or number cards placed face down.
Roll or choose a number card.
Draw the corresponding body part to make your bear.
1 – body
2 – head
3 – ears
4 – arms
5 – legs
6 – face
Have fun playing your game!
Mummy and Daddy bear have to carefully weigh out the porridge oats for their breakfasts.
If you have some scales at home, could you have a go at weighing some objects to compare which object is the lightest / heaviest?
If you haven’t any scales, could you choose 2 objects with your adult and hold them in each hand. Which object feels the heaviest / lightest?