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P1 Numeracy (Wk 8)

NUMERACY

 

RMeasimaths – approximately 10-15 minutes at least three times per week. If it is getting too hard for you, please let me know.

 

DAYS OF THE WEEK

  • Say the days of the week every morning. Tell an adult which day it is every morning. Try to say: Yesterday was …… today is …… tomorrow will be. Click on the link below to join in with the days of the week song.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXMofxtDPUQ

 

MENTAL MATHS – daily

  • Rote counting forwards from 0-5 and 0-10, 0-15 / 0-20, 0-30, 0-40 and beyond if you are confident.
  • Rote count backwards from 5-0 / 10-0. Try 15-0, 20-0, 30-0, 40-0 etc, if you are confident. 
  • Revise counting forwards and backwards from different starting points within 5, 10, 15 / 20.
  • Revise numbers ‘before’, ‘after’ / ‘in between’ numbers up to 10.

 

  • FOCUS: W.A.L.T. Identify missing numbers within a sequence.
  • Complete the following:

    5  6  7   __  __ __  11   12  __  14  __

__ 10__ 12   13  __  15  16

__ __ __ 7  __ __  __ 11  __ 13

    0  __  2  3  __  5  6  __  8  __  10  __ 12  __ 14

__ 11  12  13  14  15  16  17  __  __ 20

0  __  __  3  __  __  __  7  __  9  __ 11  __ 13  __  15  __  17

 

PRACTICAL:

  • Sequence all of your digit cards forwards. Close your eyes. Ask an adult to take some away. Can you tell them which numbers are missing?

 

WORD PROBLEMS: Adding 1

Remember to focus on the vocabulary that is used. If you are not sure of the answers you could draw the toys, dice patterns or use your cubes to help you to solve the problems.

  • I went shopping and I bought 7 toy polar bears. My sister bought 1 toy lion. How many toys did we buy altogether?
  • 3 add 1?
  • 6 and 1 altogether makes?
  • 5 and 1 more is?

 

NUMBER REVISION:1-7

  • Revise writing the numbers 1-7.
  • Make sets from 1-7.
  • Can you make the number stories from 1 up to 7 with your yellow / red counters? I’ve made the stories of 1 and 2 to help you get started.

NUMBER: W.A.L.T. Compare the size of two sets by matching and counting, saying which has more / less.

  • Find the following pages in your Number workbook: pages 24 / 25 ‘More and Less’ and SCM 1 ‘More or less leaves’
  • PRACTICAL: Make the following towers with your cubes - one to have ‘ 1 more’ than 4 cubes, one to have ‘1 more’ than 5 cubes, one to have ‘1 less’ than 3 cubes and the other to have ‘1 less’ than 2 cubes.

 

3D SHAPE REVISION

  • Look for the following 3D shapes in your home and environment: cube, cuboid, cylinder and cone. Discuss number of sides, corners and edges.
  • Complete the following pages in the workbook that you received: Pages 1 and 2 ‘Shape models’.
  • Try to make your own shape model.

 

2D SHAPE REVISION

  • Look for the following 2D shapes in your home and environment: circle, square, triangle and rectangle. Discuss number of sides and corners.
  • Complete the following pages in the workbook that you received: Pages 10 and 11 ‘Shape pictures’.
  • Try to make your own shape picture.

 

MONEY

  • FOCUS: Shop play – Set up your own shop. You can use anything you like, e.g. toys, clothes, food cans / boxes etc. Make your own price labels from 1p up to 5p; or 10p if you are confident. Use only 1p / 2p coins to pay for your items. For example, if your teddy is 5p you can pay for it like this; either 1p, 1p, 1p, 1p, 1p OR 1p, 1p, 1p, 2p OR 1p, 2p, 2p.

PROBLEM SOLVING STRATEGY: W.A.L.T. Reason Logically

  • Complete the worksheet ‘Who’s who?’

TIME - REVISION

  • Use your clock to revise o’clock and half past times.
  • Complete the following page in the workbook that you received: Page 14 ‘What time is it?’

 

  • W.A.L.T. Recognise digital o’clock times.
  • Continue to revise digital o’clock times using the links below.

LENGTH

  • Complete the following page in the workbook that you received: Page 9 ‘Tall and short’.
  • Use your cubes to find out how tall each polar bear is. Choose ONE of the activities below.
Worksheets related to our story 'The Lion and the mouse'. - No need to print. 
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