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Unit 1 Number and place value (1)
Maths objectives
Count reliably at least 20 objects, recognising that when rearranged the number of objects stays the same
Count to and across 20, forwards and backwards, beginning with 0 or 1, or from any given number
Read, write, compare and order numbers to 20, partitioning teen numbersSuccess criteria
I can count up to 20 objects
I know that the number of objects does not change even if I move the objects around
I can compare numbers up to 20 and say which number is bigger
I know how to write numbers up to 20
I can read numbers on a number track
Small steps of progression
Number and place valueRecite the numbers 1-5 in the correct sequenceCount 5 objects with 1:1 correspondenceCount 10 objects, knowing that rearranging them does not change the countCount sounds and objects without touching themCount forwards and backwards to 10 from any numberForm numerals 0-9, knowing where to start and finishRecognise number value to 10Read and write numerals and words to 10Compare and order numbers to 10Count 20 objectsCount sounds (clapping, clicking etc) forwards and backwards, zero to 20Understand ordinal numbers - first, second, 1st, 2nd, 3rd etc Count forwards and backwards to 20 from any numberRead and write numbers to 20Partition numbers from 10 to 20 to show value of ten and onesCompare and order numbers to 20Estimate numbers of objects to 20Say the number that is one more or less than a given number to 20Count forwards and backwards to 50 from any numberRead and write numbers to 50Partition numbers to 50 to show value of ten and ones
Making sense of the maths
Language
count, compare, order, the same number as, as many as, more, most, less, least, greater, greatest, larger, largest, bigger, biggest, fewer, fewest, smaller, smallestModels
counting stick, beads, counters, cubes,
compare bears, glasses, raffle tickets, feely boxImages
number line
Teaching and learning:
Theme or context
At the opticiansMaths connections / Essential skills
Shape, pattern, ordinal numbers, coins
Ideas and activities (problems, puzzles, challenges, investigations, practice)
Feely boxes counting with touch
Counting by moving objects, visual counting which do you find easiest?
Eye sight test arrangement of dots and stars
Can you see the number? Colour blind test. Make their own in a circle with small round stickers.
Ticket system children to be given a ticket work out who will be first, next etc in the queue.
Counting in pairs glasses
Raffle tickets ordering on a washing line.
Queuing for the opticians using Compare Bears. Who is first? Last? Etc.
Hide a number, gradually reveal it. Can you guess which number it is?
Children have a number on them, sort the children according to the number they have on them. Order them/hide a number. Which number is missing?
Roll 1/2 dice. Make a number. Partner does the same. Compare the numbers Who has the biggest/smallest number? Check on a number line.
Have regular and irregular star patterns on A4 card. Children to estimate how many they think there are, then count.
Buying glasses, giving change.
Board games - Fishing for Numbers GameData handling
Sorting letters into those which are curved/straight.
Sorting glasses according to shape/size.
Block graphs/pictograms eye colour, glasses salesIT Links
Tesiboard, Crickweb, Nrich, BBC Bitesize, ITPs
Assessment for Learning
How many crayons do you think there are in the tub? Now count them carefully. Are there more or fewer than you thought?
How could you check the number of crayons?
How do you know you have counted every crayon just once?
How many coins are in the purse?
How do you know you have that number?
How do you know you have counted every coin?
How could you check your answer?
Would you rather have 9 pence or 18 pence? Why?
Look at these numbers: 8 15
Which number is bigger? Can you use objects/a number track to show how you know? What other numbers are bigger than 8 but not as big as 15?
Can you think of a number that has a straight line in it? Write it in the air. Do you know any more?
Which numbers to 20 are formed from only straight lines?
Pick up a bundle of ten straws and three single straws. Can you say how many you are holding without counting them all?
Look at the number grid
Write the number 14 in the correct place. How did you know it belonged there? What will the largest number on this grid be? How do you write that?
What numbers are between 15 and 20? What number on the grid is hidden?
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