This week in maths we are recapping some of the things we covered last term.

**Tuesday** - we are working on ** counting back** from 20 and from 100. Have a look at this

__100 square__and have a go at counting back from different numbers. Then have a go at completing this

__counting back sheet__. You could also have a go at sequencing a set of number cards (bits of paper with numbers on) from 20 to 0.

**Wednesday** - we are working on understanding tens and ones. Have a look at this __power point presentation__. Then have a go at making numbers 10 - 20, using objects from around the house to represent the tens and ones eg using pencils for the tens and beads for the ones.

**Thursday** - we are working on addition. Do you know what this symbol is '+'? Can you think of other words for this symbol? Have a go at solving as many addition calculations as you can on this __sheet__. Remember to use objects, such as beads or pasta to help you. You could arrange them to look like a ten frame.

**Friday** - we are working on subtraction. Do you know what this symbol is '-'? Can you think of other words for this symbol? Have a go at solving as many subtraction calculations as you can on this __sheet__. Remember to use objects, such as beads or pasta to help you. You could arrange them to look like a ten frame.

You could also choose from some of the activities below:

1) Work on counting on in ones from any number to 100. Take care when crossing the tens boundaries. You could join in with this __song__ to help you.

2) Work on counting back in ones from any number to 0. Take care when crossing the tens boundaries. You could join in with this __song__ to help you.

3) Work on learning the number bonds to 10 and then 20. Such as 6+4=10, 3+7 =10 and 12+8=20, 14+6=20. You could use sets of 10 or 20 objects to help you with this and then break them into 2 parts. How many in each part? You could write an addition calculation to match the number bond.

This __song__ can help with learning bonds to 10.

This __song__ can help with learning bonds to 20.