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# Maths

Maths - Home Learning from White Rose Maths

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/

Maths - Numberblocks is a great programme for helping your child understand their numbers, how they are made, what they look like, one more/less etc!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b08bzfnh/numberblocks

Monday 27th April

Welcome back to another week!

This week for maths...

We are practising our number bonds for the number 10. These are the pairs of numbers that make 10 and will help us with our future number learning if we can learn these off by heart.

A great place to start is with this episode of Numberblocks https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08r41qb/numberblocks-series-2-ten-green-bottles

Maybe your grown up can practise the 10 green bottles song with you?

Tuesday 28th April

Good morning! Hope you are all okay today.

For maths, let's continue our number bonds from yesterday. I wonder if you can remember any of the pairs of numbers that make 10?

Today I'd like you to start off by counting out 10 objects and find 2 plates, bowls, cups etc to help you.

Next,

can you put 1 object in one bowl? Put the rest in the other bowl - how many in this bowl? Yes, 9! Well done! So 1 + 9 = 10.

Can you put 2 objects in one bowl? Put the rest in the other bowl - how many? Yes, well done! 8, so 2 + 8 = 10

Now can you carry on moving the objects to find the answers to these questions?

3 + __ = 10

4 + __ = 10

5 + __ = 10

6 + __ = 10

7 + __ = 10

8 + __ = 10

9 + __ = 10

10 + __ = 10

0 + __ = 10

Hint - for each question the first numeral is the amount of objects to go in the first bowl. The rest of the objects go in the other bowl - count how many in this bowl to find your missing number!

Wednesday 29th April

Can you have a go at creating your own version of this?

You can then use the hands to find all the pairs of numbers that make 10. Start with 0 fingers folded down - how many are up? So you would write 0 + 10 = 10. Then have 1 finger down, the rest up and have a go writing the number sentence. If you don't have the resources you can use your own hands!

Thursday 30th April

Can you complete the missing numbers?

(Don't worry if you can't print the sheet, just try and work out the answers!)

Friday 1st May

Time to practise the number bonds to 10 - let's see how many you can remember!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

- click 'Number Bonds'

- click 'Make 10'

- Each time, there will be a number at the top. You need to click the number that goes with this number to make 10. So if the top number is 6 you need to click 4 because 6 + 4 = 10.