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11.5.20

MyMaths activity - Sums to 20

Each activity has a lesson presentation to support understanding and then the activity.

 

12.5.20

Today, we would like you to create your own 100 square. You can just write the numbers directly into your books or, if you are able to, use the blank 100 square provided below (this is not needed to complete the task but is there should you want it).

Once you have created your own 100 square, use it to count forwards and backwards.

Challenge: Can you do it without looking at the 100 square?

 

13.5.20

MyMaths activity - Odds, Evens, Multiples

Each activity has a lesson presentation to support understanding and then the activity.

 

14.5.20

Use the 100 square you created on 12.5.20 to find numbers. With someone in your household, can you say some different numbers and see how fast you can find them on the 100 square? If you want to make it trickier, you could also try some different challenges linked to yesterday's MyMaths such as find me a multiple of 2 or find me an odd number. 

 

15.5.20

Number and word matching game.

Can you create number cards up to 20 in both numerals and words. Then muddle them up and see how quickly you can match the numeral and the word back together again.

E.g.

1 matched with one

2 matched with two

 

(If you would like to, we have attached a printable version below)

 

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