During this lesson children will count to four and down from four. They will learn how to form the number and match numerals to pictures and concrete objects. Additionally children will begin to touch upon the idea that four is greater than three etc.

In this lesson children work with a five frame to support their understanding of the number four.

This lesson supports children's understanding of counting to five, writing the numeral and pictorially representing this amount.

Playing tea parties gives context in this lesson as children learn to count to six.

In this lesson children encounter subitising and make their own representations of six.

This lesson highlights that as we count in ones the next number we say is one more than the previous one, securing children's counting to six.

This lesson mirrors lesson six in this unit on one more as children develop an understanding of one fewer in a familiar format.

In this lesson children will focus on the abstract as they order the numbers 1 to 6.

Subitising skills are developed in this lesson as children explore numbers up to and including six.

The focus of this lesson is numbers 4, 5 and 6. We will briefly recap one more, one less, ordering, conservation of number and introduce counting out a specified number of items from a larger group.