• Darras Hall Primary School, Middle Drive, Ponteland, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE20 9DS
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# Maths

In school this week, we will be looking at counting to 100 and partitioning numbers.

• Look at a hundred square. (pdf below) What do you notice about the layout of the hundred square?  Is there an efficient way to find numbers?

Use the hundred square to:

• Count forwards from 80 to 92

• Count backwards from 73 to 65

• Write down the numbers between 68 and 81

• Find what number comes between 76 and 78

Use the powerpoint for various questions linked with numbers and counting to 100.

Complete the missing numbers activities (There are different versions - you don't need to do them all!) Then try the challenge!

• Look through the powerpoint. How many flowers can you see?  How can we represent it? How can they draw it? (sticks (long, thin rectangles) and ones (little squares))
• Complete White Rose sheet counting to 100.

Discuss easy ways to count - grouping in 10s and then adding the ones. Continue to follow the power point and look

at tens and ones and partitioning 2 digit numbers up to 100. Now try the challenge...

• Recap yesterday’s partitioning work and tens and ones. What happens when we have 10 ones? How many groups of 10 are there? How many ones are there? Use a stem sentence for example ... 42 has 4 tens and 2 ones. Look at the power point to explore partitioning.
• Complete white rose partitioning numbers pdf.
• Complete the challenge.
• Use the website to use place value arrow cards... https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=arrow%20cards . or create your own place value cards using the pdf below (you only really need tens and ones today)
• Create 2 digit numbers using the arrow cards and complete the pdf to show the tens and ones in each number. (For example, 53 has 5 tens and 3 ones.)
• Complete challenge sheet.
• Recap on partitioning and tens and ones and greater than and less than language and symbols (<, > , =). Follow the power point to compare numbers.
• Complete White Rose pdf on comparing numbers.
• Complete the challenge.