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Autumn 2 week 5

This week we have focused on

  • Counting reading and writing numbers from 1-20 in numerals and words.

 

Some of the activities we have done include:

Classroom number/number name hunt- children record as many number and number names they can find in the classroom.

 

Dot to dot pictures

 

Matching number to number name and objects.

 

'Guess my Number' name game where children fill in the missing letters to find a number- they record the number/name on a board and gain a point for every successful guess.

 

Outdoors

Counting grisly contents from a pumpkin bucket using tweezers , then partner counts and records the amount as a number and number name. Partner checks if the amount they counted match.the bucket.

 

Autumn 2 week 4

This week we have focused on

  • Counting to twenty, forwards and backwards, beginning with 0 or 1, from any given number.
  • Counting reading and writing numbers from 1 to 20 in numerals and words.

 

Some of the activities we have done include:

 

Matching numeral names to numbers.

 

Playing 'Get 20'!

 

Outdoors- Counting grisly contents from a pumpkin bucket using tweezers (Counting Forwards), then placing them back into the bucket (Counting Backwards).

 

Using 10 frames, ch. choose a number and place counters on (larger than 10), another child writes the relevant number sentence, then they swap. (Paired Activity)

eg:  10+2=12   

 

Practise Reading and Writing - Recognising numeral names and numbers up to 10/20 (depending on ability) 

 

 

Autumn 2 week 3

This week we have focused on

  • Describing position, direction and movement, including whole, half, quarter and three quarter turns.

 

Some of the activities we have done include:

 

Dancing to music, using positional language. (Children took turns to be 'caller')

 

Creating their own pirate treasure maps and using co-ordinates to make a key and talking about where their key features were sited.

 

Playing a prepositional card game to site animals on and around a large tree.

 

Beginning to look at rotations of objects and the patterns they make.

 

Siting traditional tale characters by following a sequence of directions through the woods.

Autumn 2 week 2

This week we have focused on

  • Recognising and naming common 2D and 3D shapes, including rectangles, squares, circles and triangles, cuboids, pyramids and spheres.

 

Some of the activities we have done include:

Outdoors Activity

Going on a shape hunt for 3-d shapes and creating a tally from the shapes found.

 

Using an interactive powerpoint to classify everyday 3-d shapes and sort them, discussing their properties.

 

Creating 2-d shape pictures.

 

Playing shape bingo.

 

 

Autumn 2 week 1

This week we have focused on

 

  • Adding and subtracting one digit numbers (to 10), including zero.
  • Reading, writing and interpreting mathematical statements involving addition (+), subtraction (-) and equals (=) signs.

 

Some of the activities we have done include:

 

Outdoors Activity

Playing with skittles and creating addition and subtraction sentences

 

Using 10 frames and counters to create addition sentences (up to 10/20) and looking at ways to record these as addition sentences. eg. 10+2=12        2+10=12

 

Playing bingo and Lotto Games which have addition facts

 

Creating our own word/picture number problem for addition and subtraction

 

Autumn 1 Week 2

This week we have focused on

  • Counting forwards and backwards, beginning with 0 or 1, or from any given number.

 

  •  Counting in multiples of twos. (up to 20 and for some children, beyond 20)

 

  •  Counting reading and writing numbers to 10 or 20 in numerals and words.

 

Some of the activities we have done, have included:

Singing lots of mathematical songs, such as: 5 little ducks, 10 fat sausages, 5 little men in a flying saucer.

Looking at the book, One is a Snail, Ten is a Crab.

Pairing up socks and counting them.

Outdoors Activity: Counting lots of real 2p pieces.

Counting items and writing the word for the amount.

Ordering and sequencing Numicon in a line up to 20.

 

Autumn One Week 3

This week we have focused on

  • Counting, reading and writing numbers to 10/20 in numerals and words.

 

  • Counting in multiples of twos.

 

  • Identifying and representing numbers using objects and pictorial representations including the

number line, and use the language of: equal to, more than, less than, most, least.

 

Some of the activities we have done, include:

 

Ordering Numicon to 20 independently.

Matching Ice Cream Cones with numerals and number names up to 20.

Problem Solving by counting and using concrete items. 

Outdoors Activity: Rolling a die and identifying 1/2 more/ 1/2 less than the number roll

Challenge: Can you roll 2 dice and find 1/2 more/less than the number the 2 dice makes?

What’s my Number? Guessing the hidden number, using the relevant maths language of more and less.

Ordering the number names  one - ten/one to twenty

 

Autumn One Week 4

This week we have focused on

 

  •  Identifying and representing numbers using objects and pictorial representations including the number line, and using the language of: equal to, more than, less than, most, least.

 

  • Counting in 2's

 

Some of the activities we have done, include:

 

Rolling die/dice and finding 1/2 more/less.

Using a number line to find more/less

 

Autumn One Week 5

This week we have focused on

 

  • Given a number, identify one more or one less.

 

  • Counting in twos

 

Some of the activities we have done, include: 

 

Using 10 frames, find 1 more/less than a given number.

Rolling die/dice to find 1 more/less.

Using numicon to find 1 more/less.

Creating our own 1 more/less problem.

Outdoors Activity: Playdoh Mats based on number

 

Autumn One Week 6

This week we have focused on

 

  • Representing and using number bonds and related subtraction facts (within 10)

 

  • Counting in twos

 

Some of the activities we have done, include:

 

Bar Modelling- Number Bonds to 10.

Using multi-link, investigate different ways to make 10.

Using string beads, investigate different ways to make 10.

Outdoors Activity: Using play-doh, make spots to make different number bonds.

 

Autumn One Week 7

This week we have focused on

 

  • Representing and using number bonds and related subtraction facts (within 10)

 

  • Counting in twos

 

Some of the activities we have done, include:

 

Using 2 different colours of multilink, to investigate different ways to make 10 and record them as number sentences.

Outdoors Activity: Using dice, add together and generate number sentences.

Cutting and pasting numbered items that make matching pairs to 10 or 5.

Using Numicon to make matching pairs that make 10 or 5 and recording number sentences based on our evidence.

Problem-Solving using given numbers to investigate and generate addition facts to 10.

 

 

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