tens and ones. Pause the video on each question for thinking time.
Games with 2s, 5s and 10s
Representing numbers to 50
Count in tens and ones
Counting forwards and backwards to 50
Counting to 50
Counting forwards and backwards in 5s
Counting in 5s
Counting in 2s
Number bonds to 10
Capacity. You will need containers and water or rice for this.
A catchy, fun song to help children learn their number bonds to 10. It has a Numicon video so the children can see the numbers making the bonds. Available ...
Problem solving involving centimetres
More number bonds to 20
Measuring in centimetres
Number bonds to 20
Number bonds to 10
Measuring using squares or cubes
Compare length and height
Counting in 1's
1 more, 1 less
Quick 2-D shape quiz
Subtraction worded problems
Ten and the rest
Subtract a 1-digit number from a 2-digit number using the part-whole model
A quick recap on 3-D shape
Subtracting one-digit numbers from two-digit numbers
Looking at the properties of 2-D shapes
More about the properties of 3-D shapes
Recognise and name 3-D shapes
Finding one more and one less than a number
Addition to 20 by counting ten and the rest.
Practise number bonds to 10 to get your brain warmed up.
This is the main activity for today. Adding using tens frames.
Addition to 20 using tens frames
Number bonds to 20. Please make sure you have completed yesterday's maths lesson first.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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