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Day 1 (Do not complete if your child is in school Monday/Tuesday or Thursday/Friday)

 

Addition Game:

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/addition/robot-addition

 

Remember to use a number line to help you if you need it.

Day 2 (Do not complete if your child is in school Monday/Tuesday or Thursday/Friday)

 

Subtraction Game

 

http://www.ictgames.com/funkyMummy/index.html

 

Remember to use a number line to help you if you need it.

Day 3

 

Make and play a pairs game

Addition to 20

Can you make a pairs game for addition facts to 20? There are some cards to print off below or you can easily make your own. You will need 22 pieces of paper and write one number from 0 to 20 on each piece. You will need two cards with number 10 on them.

Turn the cards face down and then take it in turns to turn over two cards and see if they add up to 20. If they do keep the pair if not turn them back over in the same place.

 

You can either play by yourself and see how quickly you get all the pairs or you can play with a partner.

Day 4

 

How many can you do in one minute?

Number and place value

If possible find a way to time yourself for one minute doing an activity.

Below is a table with ideas that you could use. You don’t have to print it out. You can write the table in your book.

 

Online Timer:

https://www.online-stopwatch.com/rocket-timer/full-screen/

 

 

Day 5

 

What’s the question?

Addition and Subtraction Bonds

Write down a target number between 1- 10 (easier) or 1 – 20 (harder) on a sheet. How many addition and/or subtract facts can you write down that make that number?

 

For example:

The target number is 12

3 + 9 = 12

5 + 7 = 12

14 – 2 = 12

16 – 4 = 12

 

Extra challenge:

Can you write the bonds in a system?

For example:

0 + 12 = 12

1 + 11 = 12

2 + 10 = 12

3 + 9 = 12 and so on…….

20 – 8 = 12

19 – 7 = 12

18 – 6 = and so on…….

 

Or play it as a game

How many can you do in a given time?

Who can be the first to think of a question?

 

 

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