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Autumn/Spring/Summer1st/2ndDate: 21.04.08 1G Unit 2E2 WEEK3 Securing number facts relationships and calculating

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Monday

TD Day

Tuesday

I can derive andrecall all pairs of numbers that make 10

Children write down 8numbers between 1-10

Play bingo they crossoff the number when they have it. e.g. 7 + ? makes 10

Solvepractical problems that involve combining groups of 2, 5 or 10, orsharing into equal groups
I can share objectsinto equal groups and work out how many in onegroup

Explain that we shallbe learning about sharing. Show them a plate with 4 sweets on. Howmany children can have one each? How can ewe find out? They maysuggest that the children take 1 each until there are none left.Repeat this with 2 people sharing How many does each person have?So 4 shared by 2 gives 2 each Stress how important it is that eachshare is the same size. Repeat with 9 shared between 3.

Set out a circus ofactivities for the children to go round as a pair.

Share 10 pencilsbetween 2 pencil pots

Share 12 countersbetween 3 plates

Share 6p between 3plates

Find half a set of 14counters by sharing between 2 plates

Recordpictorially

LA WORK WITH A HIGHERABILITY PARTNER

Discusssolutions.

Ask If I share 8pbetween two people how much money does each person have? How didyou work that out? ( U & A )

Pencils Pots CountersPlates

Sweets

Problem solvingsheet

Wednesday

Count on and back in2s 5s or 10s

Call out a sequenceof numbers children write down missing number eg 2 4 8 10

Solvepractical problems that involve combining groups of 2, 5 or 10, orsharing into equal groups
I can share objectsinto equal groups and work out how many in onegroup

Ask questions thatinvolve counting in 2s 5s or 10s

Ask questions such asI have 4 boxes of 10 crayons. How many crayons altogether? How canwe find out (Problem solving sheet) Agree can count in 10s 4 x. Askother questions involving 2s 5s and 10s.How did you findout?

Children work ondifferentiated sheets involving combining groups.

HA Combining up to 10packs of 8 sweets

MA UP TO 5

LA practically usingplay doh to make groups of apples, balls etc.

U & A

Invite children toexplain how they found the answer to each of the problems.

Assess of U &A

Play doh

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Thursday

Count on and back in2s 5s or 10s

Call out a sequenceof numbers children write down missing number eg 2 4 8 10

Solvepractical problems that involve combining groups of 2, 5 or 10, orsharing into equal groups
I can share objectsinto equal groups and work out how many in onegroup

Explain children willuse what they know about counting in 2s to help them find doublesand halves of quantities. Say if you had 3 pencils how many would Ihave if I had another 3 pencils. How did you work that out? Hereare 20 cubes. How many would I have if Jack took half of them? Howdid you work that out etc etc. So half of 20 is 10

Children work ondifferentiated activities involving halving.

LA Children find halfof a given number using cubes etc.

MA work on wordproblems involving halves

HA work on wordproblems involving halves and doubles

Make a sentence thatexplains what you know about halves and doubles

Frameworks

Cubes etc.

Friday

I can derive andrecall all pairs of numbers that make 10, work out correspondingsubtraction facts

If I start with 10how many do I need to take away to leave 7? Children write downanswer on whiteboard.

Recall the doubles ofnumbers to at least ten

Use the vocabulary ofhalves and quarters in context

Show the children asquare of paper. Fold it in half ask what have I done to thispaper? Agree that it is folded in half. Open out paper and showthat it is in half and that both halves are equal. Repeat this tomake quarters. Ask them to do the same with a square of paper.Repeat with paper circle and paper rectangle.

Children halve asheet with different 2D shapes on. They then find halves andquarters of them.

HA shapes are onsquared paper children colour in half of some and quarter ofothers.

MA cut out 2D shapesand fold mount into books

LA limit to 4 shapesalready covered as class

EX draw some moreshapes on squared paper find half

Review with childrenhow they folded their shape. Discuss how when folding in half bothsides are the same size and shape.

Ppaer

Frameworks

Glue scissors