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

 

 

Maths – counting in 10s

 

Today we will be looking at our numbers up to 100. Have a look at a 100 square. Can you count all the way up to 100?

 

Look at the pattern of what happens to the tens and the ones. Which way do we count? To the right like we are reading and then once we have gone across we go down and back to the left to start counting across again.

 

Now pick a random starting number to begin counting. Can you count on from this random number?

Now can you count backwards from a different random number or even all the way back from 100?

 

We are going to have a go at counting a large amount of objects (you could use pasta, rice or what ever you have lots of). To make this easier to count, we can group them into groups of ten. This then helps us to be able to count quickly and easily in tens. It also helps us if we get lost or need to double check our answers.

What happens to any extra objects left over? These are the ones so we can count these in ones. Eg. 50, 60 70, 71, 72, 73.

 

Keep practising with different amounts of objects. Remember, to make it easier to count lots of objects, we group them into tens so that we can count them in tens.

Then, any leftover objects that don’t make a whole ten are our ones.

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

 

 

Maths – tens and ones

 

Can you remember what we did yesterday to make it easier to count large amounts? (grouping into tens and then counting the ones).

Get an amount of objects e.g. 27 and count them based on what we did yesterday.

Group into tens and then count how many ones there are.

How many tens do you have? 2

How may ones do you have? 7

So our number is 27.

 

We are going to show our number using sticks to represent the tens number and dots to represent the ones number.

Draw a part part whole grid in your book and put 27 in the whole.

The parts are going to be the tens and the ones.

How many tens were there? 2? So you need to draw two sticks in the left part of your grid.

How many ones are there? 7. Now you need to draw 7 dots in the left hand part of your grid.

 

Repeat with other numbers.

 

Now we are going to write numbers in a place value chart. These have tens and ones written above each column.

                   2            7

 

 

What can you notice about where the ones column is and where the tens column is? The smallest part of the number (the ones) is on the right. The biggest part of the number, (the tens) is on the left.

What do you think we would write in the column that says tens? What do you think we would write in the column that says ones?

Have a go at writing numbers within 100 into your own place value chart.

Day 3

 

Place Value

Try the White Rose Power Point Flashback located in Maths Resources

Slides 1 – 5

There is an extra challenge PDF sheet for Day 3 in resources

Day 4

 

 

Place Value

Try the White Rose Power Point Flashback located in Maths Resources

Slides 6 - 10

There is an extra challenge PDF sheet for Day 4 in

Maths Resources

Day 5

 

Time

Warm up

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/time/teaching-clock

Practice telling the time using the teaching clock

O’clock and half past – try with analogue and digital.

 

Recite the months of the year.

 

Task:

Can you make a birthday calendar for your family?

Write their names next to their birthday month.

Look in resources for an idea of what to do.

 

Challenge:

You may be able to write in some other important dates in your year.

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