## Visual Games

#### The games below help children to develop a strong 'number feel' and develop early calculation strategies. The games are also simple and enjoyable to play!

### Quantity Bingo

This series of bingo games, played using dice, help children to recognise quantities presented as tally charts, on 10-frames, finger patterns and in dot patterns. In Match Bingo children match dice patterns to quantities. In the later versions of the game children identify one less, one more or two more than the number rolled.

Match Bingo | Roll a dice and cross off the matching quantity. |

One Less Bingo | Roll a dice and cross off the amount that is one less. |

One More Bingo | Roll a dice and cross off the amount that is one more. |

Two More Bingo | Roll a dice and cross off the amount that is two more. |

### Calculation Bingo

The Calculation Bingo games all follow the same format: roll a dice, look for the yellow box with your number - complete the calculation in this section. Try to be the first to do all the calculations! There are visual prompts on each level; the games get progressively more challenging.

+ Bingo, 10-frames 0-10 | - Bingo, 10-frames 0-10 | +- Bingo 10-frames 0-10 |

+ Bingo 10-frames 0-15 | - Bingo 10-frames 0-15 | +- Bingo 10-frames 0-15 |

+- Bingo Bar Models 0-10 | +- Bingo Bar Models 0-20 |

### Connect 4

The connect 4 games are played in pairs. Take turns to roll two dice: either find the sum or the difference of the numbers on the dice and choose the number to cross off. The winner is the first person to connect 4 boxes. This game improves calculation fluency and also develops strategic thinking!

Sum Connect 4 | Roll two dice; cross off a number that is the sum. |

Difference Connect 4 | Roll two dice; cross off a number that is the difference. |

Sum or Difference Connect 4 | Roll two dice; cross off a number that is the sum or difference. |