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Maths

Maths 

 

It is helpful if you include ‘over-learning’ of counting and number recognition during your day.  We might do this in school by counting and clapping as we line up or counting round a circle.  At home you could play one more/one less than. Pick a number card and see who can write or say one more and one less the quickest. 

  

We are continuing to use White Rose Maths videos to support home learning. 

  

Please watch the days video, look at the task (click on ‘Get the Activity’ next to the video, or, download at bottom of page) and complete it.  

 

We may also put other suggestions of activities and challenge that could be completed within the topic and there is a 'White Rose ideas and challenge' document available in downloads below. Please only complete these if you have time/wish to.

  

Monday 22nd February is a training day so please start from session 1 when you begin the weeks learning. Please don’t worry if you don’t complete them all due to training day and Wellbeing Wednesday. 

 

This week our learning is Week 1 of Building 9 and 10. 

Please follow the link to find all the videos and tasks (all sessions are on this link). 

 

 Monday 22nd February TRAINING DAY -

Please start with this session on Tuesday

Session 1 – Representing and sorting 9 and 10

 

Challenge and additional Ideas 

Roll two dice, every time you roll a 9 or 10 get a counter, how many times can you roll 9 or 10 in one minute? Can you compete against a family member? 

 

Tuesday 23rd February

Session 2 – Representing and sorting 9 and 10 

 

Challenge and additional Ideas 

Practice writing the numerals 9 and 10. 

 

Wednesday 24th February   Wellbeing Wednesday

Session 3 Ordering numerals to 10 

 

Challenge and additional Ideas 

On a walk, try and spot house numbers, can you find a street where the numbers start at 1? What do you notice about the number order? Often the numbers alternate with the opposite side of the road, sometimes the numbers run in order. 

Ask a family member to put your number cards around the house/room, can you run and find them all? Place them in the correct order. 

 

Thursday 25th February

Session 4 Composition of 9 and 10

 

Challenge and additional Ideas 

Can you create your own dot-to-dot using 9 or 10 dots?   

 

Friday 26th February

Session 5 Numbers to 10 Bingo

 

Challenge and additional Ideas 

Challenge yourself to play ‘1 more, 1 less’ bingo. 

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