 St Paul's C of E Primary School

Heathside Grove

LEARNING to make a difference

# Week 9

Year 1 ~ Maths Task 1 Recap

1. Count backwards from 50-0
2. Count in 10s forwards and backwards
3. 60, 70, 80,      ,     ,     ,
4. 110, 100, 90,    ,     ,     ,
5. 37=    tens and       ones

This week in Maths we are going to be learning about counting, in particular, using larger numbers.

Activity 1

Using the 100 square:

1. Count forwards from 80 to 95.
2. Count backwards from 74 to 65.
3. Write down all of the numbers that go between 75 and 81.
4. Find what number comes between 46 and 48.

Activity 2

Look around the house for some objects that you can count: this will need to be a lot (about 100) so something like Lego bricks, beads, straws or stones would be ideal. Counting each individual piece would be quite time consuming and loosing track is easy to do, so grouping your items into groups of ten is easier and much more efficient. Practise grouping your objects into groups of ten then counting in tens to see how many you have like in my examples to follow. Count up your groups of ten by counting in tens. Remember to count the ones seperately. Try lots of different combinations and take turns at making some for your grown ups.

Year 1 ~ Maths Task 2 Recap

1. Count backwards from 60-0
2. Count in 10s forwards and backwards
3. 20, 30, 40,      ,     ,     ,
4. 90, 80, 70,      ,     ,     ,
5. 74=    tens and       ones

Activity 1

Using the 100 square:

1. Count forwards from 71 to 87.
2. Count backwards from 62 to 45.
3. Write down all of the numbers that go between 63 and 72.
4. Find what number comes between 63 and 65.

Activity 2 Spot Gru’s Mistake: Year 1 ~ Maths Task 3 Recap

1. Count backwards from 70-0
2. Count in 5s forwards and backwards
3. 25, 30, 35,       ,     ,     ,
4. 70, 60, 50,      ,     ,     ,
5. 58=    tens and       ones

Activity 1

Using the 100 square:

1. Count forwards from 78 to 93.

2)    Count backwards from 99 to 84.

1. Write down all of the numbers that go between 84 and 91.
2. Find what number comes between 74 and 76.

Activity 2 Activity 3 Year 1 ~ Maths Task 4 Recap

1. Count backwards from 80-0
2. Count in 5s forwards and backwards
3. double 8 =
4. ¼ of 16 =
5. 93=    tens and       ones

Activity 1

Using the 100 square:

1. Count forwards from 67 to 84.
2. Count backwards from 63 to 57.
3. Write down all of the numbers that go between 89 and 100.
4. Find what number comes between 85 and 87.

Activity 2 You may need to use objects for this activity. Activity 3

A part-whole model is a different way of breaking the numbers apart.

We’re going to break them into tens and ones again. The red sticks represent tens and the blue squares represent ones.  The left model is in picture form and the right is the same thing but using numerals.

Complete the models below: Top