 St Paul's C of E Primary School

Heathside Grove

LEARNING to make a difference

# Week 10

Year 1 ~ Maths Task 1 Recap

1. count backwards from 50-0
2. Count in 10s forwards and backwards
3. 70, 80, 90,      ,     ,     ,
4. 120, 110, 100,   ,     ,     ,
5. double 7=

This week in Maths we are going to continue learning about counting and begin to compare larger numbers.

Activity 1

Using the 100 square:

1. Count forwards from 83 to 97.
2. Count backwards from 76 to 68.
3. Write down all of the numbers that go between 79 and 86.
4. Find what number comes between 52 and 54.

Activity 2

Using toys or items from around the house like last weeks, make some groups of tens and ones: I’ve used duplo for my maths this week, (lego, megablocks, stickle bricks or any building toys will work or the items like stones or beads suggested last week).

Once you have made tens, I would like you to make two groups to compare. 1~ work out how much you have in each group.

2~ decide which has more and which has less.

3~ rearrange you tens and ones and try it again for different

cominations and repeat steps

1 and 2.

Here is a picture of how I rearranged mine: How many different combinations can you make with your tens and ones, comparing the amounts each time?

Year 1 ~ Maths Task 2 Recap

1. Count backwards from 60-0
2. Count in 10s forwards and backwards
3. 27, 37, 47,        ,     ,     ,
4. find ¼ of 20
5. double 6

Activity 1

Using the 100 square:

1. Count forwards from 68 to 84.
2. Count backwards from 72 to 59.
3. Write down all of the numbers that go between 88 and 93.
4. Find what number comes between 77 and 79.

Activity 2 In my example I have split the two numbers into their tens and ones.

I have positioned a shape to show which number is greater.

Now you try the same with the following: Activity 3

While we were still in school, we learnt about greater than and less than. Here is a picture that might remind you: The crocodile is hungry and he always eats the greater number. Greater than: the number that is on the wider side is always bigger.

Less than: the number at the pointy end is smaller (less) than the number at the wider end.

The trick to remembering which is which is to read it like a sentence, going in the direction you would read. We use these symbols to compare the quantity of numbers.

Here I have used the greater than and less than symbols to compare the quantities: Now it is your turn: Add the greater than or less than

symbol to compare the quantities.  Year 1 ~ Maths Task 3 Recap

1. Count backwards from 60-0
2. Count in 10s forwards and backwards
3. 27, 37, 47,        ,     ,     ,
4. find ¼ of 20
5. double 6

Activity 1

Using the 100 square to find a number that is:

1. greater than 68
2. less than 73
3. greater than 68 but less than 73

Activity 2  Year 1 ~ Maths Task 4 Recap

1. Count backwards from 80-0
2. Count in 2s forwards and backwards
3. 10, 15, 20,       ,     ,     ,
4. find ¼ of 24
5. double 8

Activity 1

Using the 100 square to find a number that is:

1. greater than 93
2. less than 85
3. greater than 87 but less than 91

Activity 2 Put the following numbers in the boxes so that they make sense. Here is my example:  Top