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Please select just one or two activities to try. There is a blank part part whole model you can print to make 5, 6 and 7 in different ways practically using cubes, blocks or small toys from home. You can also use 3 plates and label them part, part, whole or draw one out.
Select Num Tanga Jr and select Level 1 or 2 to begin with. See how far you can get moving through the levels. This will improve speed and skill at recognising how numbers to 5, 10 or 20 can be represented in different ways.
Print off the grid below or make your own number grid and find an object big enough to hide the numbers. Play hide a number with a partner. Can you guess which number is hidden and say one more than ..... is ....... Can you have a go at writing some addition sentences to match ie 9+1=10
Join in with today’s video. Counting forwards and backwards from any number with Ozzie the Owl!!🦉
Can you play this game to practise today's learning? Counting backwards from 10 or from 20 in sequence. Can you try ordering the non consective numbers (those that are not 'next door' numbers) from largest to smallest?
Can you watch the following video. Can you make some lego/block towers to 10 and some little number cards on paper and do my activity at home? Today I would like you to choose two numbers and decide which is largest/smallest. Can you then order three numbers from largest to smallest. As a challenge could you choose 4 or more of your towers and order, again most to fewest or largest to smallest.
Adults when you are supporting this learning please encourage the use of the mathematical language; most, fewest, largest, smallest, less. Send me some photos of this activity in action!
Ozzie Owl’s Ordering
Here are a couple more activities to have a go at.
This week we will be ordering consecutive numbers ie numbers that are 'next door numbers' and also non- consecutive numbers; those that are not next to each other to 10 and beyond. We will be ordering from smallest to largest and largest to smallest.
Complete the following activity. You could use lego or blocks to make towers to 10 and choose 3 towers. Order them from fewest to most/ smallest to largest and match the numbers to your towers. Can you place 3 towers in order most to fewest/largest to smallest and find the numbers to match? Please send me some photos of you ordering and sequencing numbers.
Please practise number formation 0 to 20. Watch the video clip to show how the numbers should be formed correctly. Pencil grip is so important. See topic page for fine motor activities to strengthen finger muscles which aid children's pencil control for writing.
This week we will be learning all about time. We will be thinking about day and night and the different activities we do at certain times. We will be sequencing our school day and learning to tell analogue times to o'clock.
Watch today's videos on practical addition and using the part whole model
Have a go at some practical addition using toys from home. Can you write addition sentences to match? If you can, print off or make your own part whole model and numicon shapes/dot patterns, then use them to create your own additions. Again see if you can write the addition sentences to match. Resources and activities are below. Don't forget to send me some photos of your fantastic home learning with number!
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