Last half-term we learnt lots about place value. This means understanding the value of numbers, putting them in order and recognising tens and ones.
Practice counting in steps of 1, 2, 5 and 10. What do you notice about the numbers you say?
Remember to try counting from different numbers not just 0!
Can you try counting backwards too?
Here are some games that will help you with your place value skills:
TENS AND ONES
Can you make your own 10s and 1s?
What could you use?
Look at the pictures below for some ideas.
ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION
This half-term we are focusing on our addition and subtraction skills.
+ add, plus, more, total, all together
- minus, subtract, take away, less
= equals, the same as
We have been thinking about our number bonds to 10 and using these to help us solve bonds to 20 and 100.
Practice your bonds with this marching song:
5 and 5 add up to 10
6 and 4 make it again
7 and 3 will also do
Look, look, look at 8 and 2
9 and 1, 0 and 10
That's the ways of making 10!
Can you find the missing number for these calculations?
6 + ___ = 10 10 = ___ + 5 10 - 9 = ___
16 + ___ = 20 20 = ___ + 5 20 - 19 = ___
60 + ___ = 100 100 = ____ + 50 100 - 90 = ____
Here is a game to help you with your bonds to 10:
We have also been looking closely at fact families and how knowing one number fact can help us to know more.
If I know 7 + 1 = 8, then I also know, 1 + 7 = 8 , 8 - 7 = 1 and 8 - 1 = 7.
What do you notice about the numbers in the calculation?
Here is a game to help you with fact families:
*Remember - when we add the answer gets bigger and we always take away from the biggest number!