LQ: How can I show numbers using tens and ones?
Today we are going to be showing our numbers using tens and ones with numbers up to 50. For example, 24 = 2 tens and 4 ones. Don't forget... 1 ten is the same as 10 ones!
Today we are looking at adding equal groups.
To solve some of today's questions, you may also need to add 3 one digit numbers.
Have a practise at these ...
3+3+3 = ? 2+2+2= ? 5+5+5= ? 4+4+4=?
You may also need to revisit counting in 2's, 3's, 5's and 10's.
Before you begin, you could have a little practise at counting in these numbers.
Can you spot any patterns?
Year 1 Maths Challenges
If you would like to challenge yourself, there are some great questions below that involve using your reasoning and problem solving skills. You could answer one/two of these on paper or in your home learning exercise book.
Y2 Maths Challenges
If you would like to challenge yourself, there are some great challenges below that involve using your reasoning and problem solving skills. You could answer one/two of these on paper or in your home learning exercise book
Below you will see a reading response booklet. Please choose a familiar book. (This could be a picture book or a chapter book) and work through the activities on the pages. There is enough work here to last at least two English lessons. Please remember that all written responses should be in full sentences (unless the activity states otherwise).
Read Phase 5 tricky words.
Read phonics flashcards.
Spell: looked, called, asked
Blend for reading: hey
Segment for spelling: prey
Recap on yesterday's work. Write the contracted forms of would have, should have and could have.
Q: When else do we use an apostrophe?
A: To show that something belongs to someone.
This is Esther's pen.
This is Ollie's bag.
Practise: Whose is this? Show a picture or collection of items and the children will write who it belongs to. (It's Esther's bag.)
See Day 4 of the Resource Pack.