Counting to 100
Sorting odd and even numbers up to 20. Remember an even number you can share equally between 2. An odd number, you can't. What do you notice about the even numbers?
Sort the rest of the numbers into the odd and even side.
Click on the link above and find the following numbers:
45, 18, 29, 66, 82, 97, 100, 0, 13, 50, 58.
Can you write all of the numbers between 60 and 70?
Arithmetic - use objects or draw pictures of cubes, counters to help you.
1. 12 + 6 =
2. 13 + 0 =
3. 4 + 9 =
4. 1 + 9 =
5. 2 + 18 =
6. 19 - 7 =
7. 12 - 9 =
8. 10 - 6 =
9. 3 - 1 =
10. 8 - 6 =
Answer the questions below. Remember you can put the headings in the numbers to help you.
4 3 43 has 4 tens and 3 ones.
Wednesday 10th June
Remember to practise your daily counting to 100 and sorting odd and even numbers at the top of the page.
Today we will continue with partitioning numbers but showing this in different ways.
Complete the part whole models in the pictures provided. Remember the circle on it's own is the whole and has the two parts coming off it.
Next: Draw your own part whole models for the following numbers.
13, 47, 68, 81, 99
Today we will be looking at comparing numbers to 100 using greater than >, less than < and equal to =. Remember equal to means the same as.
Watch the video below to revisit how we decide which number is bigger or smaller.
Today we will continue with comparing numbers up to 100, but using the symbols. >, < and =. Remember the crocodile mouth eats the bigger number.
Watch yesterday's video again if you need more support.
58 > 32 because 58 has more tens.
61 < 66 The numbers have the same tens, so we have to look at the ones. 66 has more ones, so it is bigger.
44 = 44 because the numbers have the same amount of tens and ones
How many different ways can you complete the missing numbers.
You are only allowed to use the numbers between 34 and 58
_______ > _______