Addition and Subtraction
Activities for home:
* Count forwards to and backwards from 100.
* Recall number bonds to 10 - These are two numbers which when added together make 10 e.g. 6 and 4, 7 and 3, 8 and 2.
* Recall number bonds to 20 - These are two numbers which when added together make 20 e.g. 16 and 4, 17 and 3, 18 and 2.
* Find a missing number within 0 to 100.
* Identify which number comes after a given number within 0 to 100.
* Identify which number comes before a given number within 0 to 100.
* Ordering numbers from 0 to 100.
* Writing numbers correctly from 0 to 100.
* Count in 2s - 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 ...
* Count in 5s - 0, 5, 10, 15, 20 ...
* Count in 10s - 0, 10, 20, 30 ...
This week (16.3.20), we are learning to...
*Explore addition fact families for numbers within 20.
*Find addition fact families within 20.
*Explore subtraction families for numbers within 20.
*Find subtraction families within 20.
Last week (9.3.20), we were learning to...
*To use mathematical language to compare volume using key vocabulary ‘full’, ‘empty’, ‘nearly full’, ‘nearly empty’.
*To measure capacity/volume using non-standard units.
*To compare capacity.
*To compare capacity using greater than, less than and equal to symbols.
2.3.20 - weighing and comparing.
*Use mathematical language 'heavier than', 'lighter than' and 'equal to' to compare the weight of two or more objects.
*Use nonstandard units (e.g. cubes, bricks) to measure the mass of an object.
*To weigh and compare the mass of two objects.
*To compare mass using greater than, less than and equal to symbols.
This week in Maths have been learning to compare Weight and Mass. We have used mathematical language to describe and compare the weight of objects within our classroom.
Key Vocabulary: heavier than, lighter than and equal to.
Our lessons this week have been very practical!
We used balance scales to support out understanding.
Below are some of the examples we have used in class for reasoning and problem solving skills which gave us an opportunity to apply our learning.
Problem Solving and Reasoning
We have been learning to compare the two sets of scales using < > =
Can you compare the two sets of scales using the symbol < > =