Counting Kit: Getting Started

What's in your Counting to 10 & 20 Kit

This Kit includes:

  • (NEW) Screening Test, Planners, Skills Checklists (Tier 1, 2 and 3), Video Modelled Activities (on
  • (NEW) 46 × A3 boards in 5 plastic wallets
  • (NEW) 17 × Exploratory Play cards in a plastic wallet
  • (Updated) 128 × Guided Play A4 cards in 4 plastic wallets
  • 6 sets of wooden Bond Blocks (suitable for a whole class)\
  • 15 × Round Transparent Spinners
  • 15 × Write n’ Wipe sleeves
  • 2-Colour Counters
  • 1000 × Maths Cubes (required for the kit, but an optional purchase if you have your own cubes)
  • (NEW) Printable PDF and School Licence Included on a Bond Blocks USB

Before you begin: Resourcing

As Bond Blocks has two uses, the resources you will require vary based on your needs (Tier 1 Class Teaching vs. Tier 2 & 3 Intervention)

Step 1: Plug in your Bond Blocks USB

The Bond Blocks Counting to 10 & 20 USB contains everything you will need

Making a copy to the School Intranet is recommended. Make sure you also write down your purchasing email / order details, for ease of updating in the future.

Step 2: Books and Planners

The USB contains the books and planners. Many of them are mirrored on the website too for ease of use.

If you are using the kit for Tier 1 Class teaching, see the Tier 1 Implementation part of the book. If you are using the Book for Tier 2 and 3 Intervention, see the Tier 2 & 3 Intervention section.

For curriculum, see the curriculum page.

Step 3: Professional Learning

The USB contains the 100-minute Level 1 Professional Learning you need for this Kit.

This will get you ready to use the Bond Blocks Counting materials. Additional PL can be undertaken at levels 2 and 3.

Step 4: Assessment and Monitoring

The USB contains the assessment and monitoring tools.

Visit the Assessment and Monitoring pages.

Step 5: Assessment and Monitoring

This website contains the video lessons.

Show students the videos for the Teacher-Led activities.

Implementation: General Tips video
Tier One Whole Class Implementation video