Please read the letter attached about costumes for the End of Year Concert.
N U M E R O
Numero is simple to play. Numero, at all levels, has only three rules. These rules govern all levels of play. In junior primary schools Numero is introduced in its simplest form and allows opportunities for students to develop very early number skills, as well as significant early problem-solving skills.
NUMERO follows 3 main rules:
What is Numero?
- Numero is a game made for fun.
- It was only after Numero had been played by many individuals and started to spread to schools that its educational value was realised. This is now a main feature of this great card game.
- Numero provides a level of enjoyment that is shared across generations.
- In its simplest form, it presents real mental challenges to young minds. In between, there is a variety of stages suited to everyone. The common link being that Numero is FUN to play.
- Numero provides the mental gymnastics we all require.
- Numero develops a wide range of mathematical skills, including basic number recognition, basic number facts, speed of recall, combining operations and problem solving (at later stages).
- Numero introduces fractions, percentages, decimals and more complex mathematical concepts.
- Numero can be played at many different levels.
- Numero can be played by six-to-eighty-year-olds, mums and dads, university professors–anyone.
Our students would love to teach you how to play. We have only just started learning how to play but here is the link to some free instructional videos and posters to help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fFcAzcINBg
Please visit Numero.org
In Numeracy we are learning all about ANGLES!
We have learnt to:
It was our first time using a protractor. We had lots of fun learning about angles using our name to find different angles and our body to make the different angles!
Take a look below…