Year 1 Maths 29.1.21




Today in maths we will be doing several different activities.


First of all, practise your counting in ones. Can you count all the way to 100? Can you cross the tens boundaries? For example, what number comes after 59? What number comes after 39?

Use the 'Big Numbers' song to get you warmed up and ready to start today. You could ask a grown up to stop it at different places so that you can say the number that would come next. Click here and get ready to join in.


Next, I would like you to practise your number bonds to 10 (2 numbers we add together to make 10 e.g 5+5). Get a ten frame and a set of 10 objects, such as beads, buttons or pasta. Ask a grown up to put some objects on the ten frame and you have to work out how many more are needed to make 10. How quickly can you work it out? Can you remember the number bond without working it out?

You could also sing the 'Farmer Pete' song again to help you remember your number bonds. Click here to join in.

Extension: You could write down the number bonds to 10 that you know / find when using your ten frame as addition calculations. Remember to use the '+' and '=' symbols correctly. Can you find all of them? (There are 11).


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Finally, finish with another song! Practise counting back in ones. Can you count all the way from 100 back to 0? Can you cross the tens boundaries? For example, what number comes after 80? What number comes after 50?

Use the counting back in ones song to help you. You could ask a grown up to stop it at different places so that you can say the number that would come next. Click here and get ready to join in.