Start off with you Gem maths practice. It is really important to keep that up as by the end of year one, you need to be able to quickly add and subtract all the numbers to twenty. After that, practice counting up and down in tens. We are going to make it more tricky today by starting on non-multiples of ten. For example, instead of starting on 10 we could start on 13. You would then count as follows: 13, 23, 33, 43 and so on. See if you can spot the pattern and count on in tens from different numbers. Here is a hundred square to help.
Grouping and Sharing Equally - Problem Solving
The last two days you have been practising grouping and sharing equally. Hopefully you have been able to this practically using objects from around your home. Today you are going to have a go at some problem solving involving grouping and sharing equally. Go back and watch the videos from the last tow days if you need a reminder of the difference between grouping and sharing equally.
Try the problems below using objects you possess to represent what is in the questions. Remember, when you are reasoning, you are a maths detective looking for clues and evidence.
The questions are also in the document below.
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Have a look at the science section on the previous page of the website and complete the activities.
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