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# Maths

Daily activities:

Counting in 2s.

Practising your addition doubles to 10

1 + 1 =

2 + 2 =

3 + 3 =

4 + 4 =

5 + 5 =

6 + 6 =

7 + 7 =

8 + 8 =

9 + 9 =

10 + 10 =

Monday

Today we are going to continue with practising our counting to 100. Practise finding different numbers on the 100 square:

53

67

98

100

3

17

86

59 ## Complete the missing numbers to 100

Tuesday

Today we are going to practise counting objects up to 100. Remember some objects are in groups of 10, so we can count these in 10s first. = 31

10       20    30     1    Wednesday

Today we are learning about partitioning numbers. Partitioning means to break the number up. We will be looking at partitioning numbers into TENS and ONES.

Click on the link below to the White Rose video on partitioning.

## Answer the questions, true or false and explain why.

Thursday

Today we are practising comparing numbers using greater than, less than and equal to.

Watch the White Rose lessons 3 and 4.

Answer the true or false questions below. Remember which way the symbols go.

> greater than

< less than

= equal to Look carefully at the columns. How many tens and ones are there? Compare the numbers by using the symbols. Draw or use objects to help you if you need to.  Friday

Problem solving day!

The problems below relate to the maths we have learned so far from White Rose. I will reveal the answers Friday afternoon, so you can check. Remember to work out the length, you don't always have to start at 0. Count how many jumps it takes to get from 7 to 15 to work out the length of the bus. Or you could work out 15-7. Then see which is longer and work out the difference.   Remember when taking away, you can cross the muffins out if you draw them. When working out quarters, you have to share between 4. Use objects or pictures to help you share 20p.

After your challenges, practise your arithmetic

1. 10 + 9 =

2. 9 - 8 =

3. 7 - 1 =

4. 18 + 2 =

5. 7 + 7 =

6. 3 - 1 =

7. 18 - 5 =

8. 5 + 11 =

9. 6 - 0 =

10. 7 + 13 =

Remember to look out for those number bonds to 10 and 20. You can use a number line, objects, drawings.

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