Below are some images of coins and notes, can you name them? We also have some matching and counting activities to have a go at in relation to money. You might want to see what you already know, and maybe explore beginning to add amounts.
Your first task of the week is to practice your Gem Maths level. We are then focusing on numbers between 90 and 100. Use your hundred square to practise counting up and down in ones between 90 and 100.
Counting in 10s
Over the next two weeks you will be working on the concepts of multiplication and division. You have already practised counting in twos, fives and tens, and have answered questions based on repeated addition of two and five. Today we are going to focus on counting in tens and answering questions in this context.
Begin by practising counting up in tens from zero to one hundred. Then practice counting backwards. See if you can start on a given multiple of ten and count form there. Use your hundred square to support you with this if you require it.
What is the same about all the numbers we say when we count in tens?
Now try these:
Here are the questions in a document.
- Today, we are going to think about statement sentences. We are going to write a range of sentences. We need to ensure they are full sentences which describes facts including adjectives and a conjunction.
Please click on the Video Resource Centre (linked to the Children section on the right hand side menu) then on Year 1 to watch two lessons from Miss Smith for this session today
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