Number sequencing puzzle

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3 yrs. - 6 yrs. / Preschool - 1st gr.

Description

Our fun, themed puzzles help children build number skills piece by piece! Each set includes 3 adorable wooden puzzles—all with simple numbered pieces. Students arrange the color-coded pieces in order to build each vibrant picture…and get an engaging introduction to sequencing and early counting! Complete set includes all 3 puzzle sets shown. Puzzles measure 10"-30" in length. Each puzzle set also available separately below.

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Step 1: Gather materials.

  • Attach magnets to the backs of the number strips, putting one at the top and one at the bottom of each strip. Use metal trays for the children to use as a surface to put the puzzle pieces together on. This step is optional, but it can help the children keep their pieces in one place, while providing a framework that helps them organize their work.

Note: Small parts pose a choking hazard and are not appropriate for children age five or under. Be sure to choose lesson materials that meet safety requirements.

Step 2: Introduce activity.

  1. Poll the children. Ask:“Who likes to do puzzles?” Explain that today they are going to learn a new puzzle: a number sequence puzzle.
  2. Explain the instructions of the puzzle. Say: “You are going to receive 10 strips with the numbers 1 through 10 on the bottom. Your job is to put those strips in order from 1 to 10 and, when you do, it will form a picture.”
  3. Review sequence counting. Count together starting at 1 and going to the number 10.

Step 3: Engage children in lesson activities.

  1. Give the children the 10 number strips and have them work on putting the strips into the correct sequence.
  2. The children can use the metal trays as a work surface.
  3. Print and prepare multiple puzzles so that, when the children are done with one puzzle, they can work on another one. The children love to see the pictures they create by following the number sequence.

Additional Extensions

  • While still cutting a picture into 10 strips, use a different number sequence. You can choose 30-40, even numbers starting with 2 and ending at 20 or skip counting by 5s starting at 5 and ending at 50. Any number sequence or counting pattern that you are working on can be applied to this puzzle.
  • Instead of cutting 10 number strips, cut the picture into 3×3 squares. You can choose to put the numbers on the square or not. If you do choose to put the numbers on the square, place them in the bottom right-hand corner or on the back.

Step 4: Vocabulary.

  • Sequence: An ordered set of numbers, shapes or other mathematical objects arranged according to a rule (e.g.,”The number 2 comes before the number 3 in our number sequence.”)

Early Math Glossary

Step 5: Adapt lesson for toddlers or preschoolers.

Adapt Lesson for Toddlers
Toddlers may:
  • Have difficulty putting the numbers 1-10 in sequential order
Child care providers may:
  • Cut a simple picture into five strips and label the strips 1-5
  • Have the children work with a shorter, simpler number sequence
Adapt Lesson for Preschoolers
Preschoolers may:
  • Put the number strip in numerical order with ease
Child care providers may:
  • While still cutting a picture into 10 strips, use a different number sequence. You can choose 30-40, even numbers starting with 2 and ending at 20 or skip counting by fives starting at five and ending at 50. Any number sequence or counting pattern that you are working on can be applied to this puzzle.
  • Instead of cutting 10 number strips, cut the picture into 3″x3″ squares. You can choose to put the numbers on the square or not. If you do choose to put the numbers on the square, place them in the bottom right-hand corner or on the back.

Suggested Books

  • Ten Black Dots by Donald Crews (New York: Greenwillow Books, 1995)
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle (London: Hamilton Hamish Children, 1994)

Music and Movement

  • Recite nursery rhymes and sing songs that include counting such as: “One, Two, Buckle My Shoe,” “There Were Ten in the Bed,” “This Old Man,” “Five Little Ducks” and “The Ants Go Marching One by One.” This will give the children an opportunity to practice counting in a fun and playful manner.

Outdoor Connections

Wagon Walk: Every day, place a different number on a small wagon. Let the children take turns, taking the wagon around the yard for a walk collecting items to put into the wagon. The object of the game is to place the same number of items in the wagon as the number on the wagon indicates. When the child has the correct number of items in the wagon, he/she can show you. Then ask the child to put the items back where they belong so that another child can have a turn.

Web Resources

Sours: https://earlymathcounts.org/lessons/number-sequence-puzzle/
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Free Number Sequencing Puzzles 1-10

Summer is the perfect time to give your preschooler that extra nudge before entering kindergarten. Try these free number sequencing puzzles for some fun, summer themed number activities for preschoolers.

Number Activities for Preschool Summer Theme

As preschool teachers and parents, we work hard all school year to make sure our preschooler is learning everything she needs before entering kindergarten.

It’s a delicate balance of formal instruction and play. A careful dance between fun and formal.

But all of that is ok. It’s good to have fun number activities for preschoolers as well as number activities that require short snippets of very directed instruction. It’s. both activities that help preschoolers learn to count and recognize numbers, both of which are important before entering kindergarten.

Each year in preschool, it’s my goal for all my preschoolers to know how to rote count to 20 as well as recognize numbers and quantities all the way to twenty. some preschools go all the way to thirty. And there is a private school around the corner from my house that goes to 50 in preschool.

No matter the goals, preschoolers need to know numbers one through ten at the very least. Master, actually.

These summer themes number sequencing puzzles will help with that. Not only do they help preschoolers learn how to identify numbers through ten, but they also learn one to one correspondence in counting, number order, and differences in quantity.

Be sure to read the entire post for more number activities for preschoolers you can do with these simple number puzzles.

5 Summer Themed Number Activities for Preschoolers

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you know how I love using one printable for multiple activities. Here are five summer learning activities for preschoolers that you can do with these low-prep number sequencing puzzles.

Put the Puzzles Together

I always have to start with the most obvious. Print the puzzles out, laminate for added durability, and then cut apart into the puzzle pieces. Now place them on a tray in sets and invite your preschooler join you in putting the puzzles together. 

Unlike other number order puzzles, these puzzles do not create am overall picture that can be used to self-check. Rather these puzzles require preschoolers to read the number on each piece and then count the number on the piece, too. If the puzzle is put together correctly, the pictures on the puzzle will look like a staircase as the number increase.

Put the Puzzles Together in Reverse Order

We focus a lot on teaching preschoolers to count from 1-10, but it is equally important for preschoolers too understand that numbers 10-1 decrease in quantity. Challenge your preschooler to put together the puzzles starting at ten and working down to one. If done correctly, the pictures on the puzzle will still create a staircase, just going down instead of up.

Practice One to One Correspondence with these Puzzles

Another number activity for preschoolers is to practice extra one to one correspondence. That’s the ability to match up an item for each number counted. You can do that with these puzzles like this:

  1. Read the number. (Or tell you preschooler the number if they do not know it).
  2. Count the number of ocean animals the strip. Point to each animal as it is counted.
  3. Count again, adding a button on. top of each animal as it is counted.

Adding the buttons forces preschoolers to practice counting just one more time.

Use the Number Puzzles to Teach Measurement

These number puzzles can also be used as a measurement tool. Supply a number of objects no longer that eight inches and set them out for your preschooler. Ask your preschooler to select an object and find the puzzle piece with the picture height that matches. 

For example, if you preschooler selects a spoon from the items you set out, he would then match the spoon with the puzzles strip that matches. Place the end of the spoon at the line above the number to see. Then say, “This spoon is {six} fish tall.”

Mix up the Puzzles and Sort the Numbers

Another fun number activity using  these puzzles is to mix up all the sets and then sort them by number. After they are all sorted, have your preschooler lay out the strips next to each other so she can see that the number ten, for example, is always the same. This is good quantification practice for preschoolers.

What other Number Activities for Preschoolers Could You Create with these Number Order Puzzles?

I’d love to hear your ideas. Comment below or email me.

Be sure to check out other free number activities below and then grab your free download at the end of this post.

More Number Activities for Preschoolers

Check out these other free number activities for preschoolers, then grab your free number order puzzles below.

Just click on the images.

                                          

Grab Your Free Number Order Puzzles Here

Think these number order puzzles will amp up your preschool number activities and make them even more fun? Just click the image and the pdf will be sent to your inbox.

I’m Sarah, an educator turned stay-at-home-mama of five! I’m the owner and creator of Stay At Home Educator, a website about intentional teaching and purposeful learning in the early childhood years. I’ve taught a range of levels, from preschool to college and a little bit of everything in between. Right now my focus is teaching my children and running a preschool from my home. Credentials include: Bachelors in Art, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction.

Filed Under: Number Sense, Thematic ActivitiesTagged With: counting, counting activities, Number Identification and Counting, number order, one to one correspondence, Summer

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Number Sequences Puzzle - Solution

Our Solution:

You may have come up with other good and well-reasioned answers, but here are the ones I have:

· 8723, 3872, 2387, => 7238 (moving of numerals)
· 1, 4, 9, 18, 35, => 68 (×2+2, ×2+1, ×2+0, ×2-1, ×2-2, ...)
· 23, 45, 89, 177, => 353 (×2-1, ...)
· 7, 5, 8, 4, 9, 3, => 10, 2 (two series - every second number: 7, 8, 9, 10 and 5, 4, 3, 2)
· 3, 8, 15, 24, 35, => 48 (+5, +7, +9, +11, +13, ...)
· 2, 4, 5, 10, 12, 24, 27, => 54, 58 (×2, +1, ×2, +2, ×2, +3, ×2, +4, ...)
· 1, 3, 4, 7, 11, 18, => 29 (a+b=c, b+c=d, c+d=e, ...)
· 99, 92, 86, 81, 77, => 74 (-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, ...)
· 0, 4, 2, 6, 4, 8, => 6 (+4, -2, +4, -2, +4, -2, ...)
· 1, 2, 6, 24, 120, =>720 (×2, ×3, ×4, ×5, ×6, ...)
· 5, 7, 12, 19, 31, 50, => 81 (a+b=c, b+c=d, c+d=e, ...)
· 31, 94, 47, 142, 71, 214, 107, 322, 161 => 484 (×3+1, /2, ×3+1, /2, ...)
· 126, 63, 190, 95, 286, 143, 430, 215, 646, 323, 970, => 485, 1456 (/2, ×3+1, /2, ×3+1, ...)
· 4, 7, 15, 29, 59, 117, => 235 (×2-1, ×2+1, ×2-1, ...)
· 4, 4, 341, 6, 4, 4, 6, 6, 4, 4, 6, 10, 4, 4, 14, 6, 4, 4, 6, 6, 4, 4, 6, 22, 4, 4, 9, 6, => 4, 4

Sours: https://www.mathsisfun.com/puzzles/number-sequences-solution.html

Puzzle number sequencing

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Heart Number Sequence Puzzle

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5 cm in diameter overcame the second sphincter boundary 20.

Now discussing:

She was already confidently holding it in her hands. - Which one. Elisha asked.



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