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Under the Sea Numbers 0-20

Under the Sea Numbers 0-20

About This Primary Resource

A colourful set of 'under the sea' themed display numbers (0 to 20). The pictures have been grouped together into units to help children visualise and better understand the components of each number (for example that the number 18 can consist of three groups of 5 plus one group of three). It's ideal to use as part of a counting activity or classroom display.

You could also use it to create your own bespoke activities – for example you could write the numerical sentence to match each quantity and then the children have to find the matching number eg 5+5+5 +3 = ? (18)

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  1. amanda jones

    lovely inspirational

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