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By getting children involved in our numbers-based activities you can also help us be there for children when they need us most. The children really enjoy it and it is a great opportunity for children to apply their Maths skills to everyday scenarios.
So start by asking your child to decorate a large card circle to look like a pizza, using paint, tissue paper and glue.Pupils are also encouraged to Dress Up for Digits and make a donation to wear an item of clothing with a number on it.
Cut out smaller bits of card for the calculator buttons, colour them in and mark on the numbers and signs appropriately. Alternatively you could have them dressed in all black and stick Monopoly money, or print-outs of different-sized coin images, all over.Share the news about what a fantastic day you're going to have, as well as key messages for keeping children safe. I'm finding your site an absolutely fantastic resource alongside the stuff being sent from my son's school.
With fun, free maths resources for all age groups, Number Day is the perfect way to get your school or nursery involved with fundraising and celebrating maths while helping to protect more children from abuse. Thank you for providing a much-needed service for parents and one which really represented good value for money.
Then stick the slice (or slices if you decide to do a few) onto some plain clothing for them to wear.