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# Maths

Week commencing 09.01.22

Making 10!

This week, we are using our knowledge of tens frames to begin to learn how to create and recall number bonds to 10. We will use counters, magnets and loose parts to create number bonds to 10 and will learn a special chant to help us remember.

Can you practise the chant at home?

5 and 5 add up to 10
5 and 5 add up to 10
6 and 4 make it again!
6 and 4 make it again!
7 and 3 will also do
7 and 3 will also do
Look look look there's 8 and 2
Look look look there's 8 and 2
9 and 1
9 and 1
10 and none
10 and none
That's the ways of making 10!
That's the ways of making 10!

Week commencing 29.11.21

This week, we will learn all about number 9. Whilst learning about 9, we will remember how we use tens frames and part-part-whole models to create different numbers.

How many does this tens frame show? How do you know? I know it shows 9 because there is 1 missing. I know that 1 less than 10 is 9!
I know it shows 9 because I can see 5 and 4. I know that 5 + 4 = 9.
I know it shows 9 because I counted the ones. I can see 9 ones.

Week commencing 28.11.22

Finding one more than.

This week, we will learn all about number 8. Whilst learning to build, write and recognise 8, we will practise remembering how to find one more than numbers to 8 and beyond.

Remember, more means bigger so we have to add on!

Week commencing 20.11.22

This week, we will learn all about number 7. We will learn how to recognise 7, write 7,  find one more and less than 7, learn about the 7 days of the week and create our own rainbows with 7 colours!

Can you remember all of the colours in a rainbow? Week commencing 14.11.22

This week, we will learn all about number 6. We will learn how to recognise 6, create number bonds to 6, learn about shapes with 6 sides and practise subitising dice faces.

What number does each dice face represent?
How do you know? Week commencing 07.11.22

This week, we will learn all about number 5. We will learn how to recognise 5, create number bonds to 5, learn about shapes with 5 sides and will be introduced to 5 frames.
5 frames help us to learn and recognise our number bonds to 5.

Have a look at a 5 frames below. Which numbers can you see in the frames?

How do you know they make 5? Week commencing 31.10.22

We are so excited to be learning all about number 4 this week. We know that 4 is 1 more than 3 and 1 less than 5. We have learnt how to write the number four using the rhyme below and have had a go at showing different ways to make 4 using a part-part whole model.

We know that you can make 4 using:

4+0
3+1
2+2
0+4
1+3

## Part-Part whole models

Week commencing 10.10.22

In our busy time, we practise lots of maths skills such as ordering numbers, writing, creating and cutting shapes, making patterns and using calculators, however, in Puzzle time this week, we are learning all about the number 3!

We are learning how we can make three using other numbers such as 1 + 2 and 3 + 0. We will learn where to spot 3 on a number line and how to find one more than 3. We will create three using a selection of resources and will understand how it is represented in other math resources such as on a dice face.
Most importantly, we will learn how to represent 3 on a tens frame. Here is an example: 3.10.22

This week, we are learning all about the number 2. We will learn how to spot 2, make 2, write 2 and will learn all about pairs. We will even make our own pair of socks!

Can you spot any pairs in your house? 26.10.22

We will be starting our Puzzle lessons next week and where better to start than with the number 1. We will learn lots about the number one, such as how to find 1 thing, how to write 1, how to make 1, how to put 1 and 1 together to make 2 and that a circle has 1 side.

We will also learn that first means the position 1 and that once means 1 time. How can I support my child's learning at home?

- Your child could look out for things in the indoor and outdoor environment that they can see 1 of.
- Use objects to create a 'one' collage.
- Sing the One Finger One Thumb (Keep moving) song! Ask children to suggest body parts to add to the song.
- Play a Simon says 'jump one time', 'clap one time', 'hop one time' game.

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