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Home Learning - Maths

Hi girls and boys... or should I say, "hi super mathematicians!"

On this page you will find lots of maths resources to help with your learning at home.  Each week there will be new learning, just like in class, if you would like to have a go.  Don't forget you can share your learning with me if you would like to!  I'd love to hear from you! 

Mrs St. Clair 

29.06.20 - Length, Height and Distance 

22.06.20 - Odds and Evens 

15.06.20 - Halving 

What is halving?

How do you half a number?

Below you will find activities and ideas linked to this week's learning. Try to have a go at some of them if you can. Remember that you can share your learning with me via email if you would like to!  

Part of the Numbers early learning goal: 'They solve problems involving halving.'

08.06.20 - Sharing

What is sharing? 

How do you share objects equally? 

Below you will find activities and ideas linked to this week's learning. Try to have a go at some of them if you can. Remember that you can share your learning with me via email if you would like to!  

Part of the Numbers early learning goal: 'They solve problems involving sharing.'

01.06.20 - Doubling 

What is doubling? 

How do you double a number?

Doubling means 'two of the same.' 

Start practically  find the double of objects

Below you will find activities and ideas linked to this week's learning. Try to have a go at some of them if you can. Remember that you can share your learning with me via email if you would like to!  

Part of the Numbers early learning goal: 'They solve problems involving doubling.'

18.05.20 - Addition and subtraction problems within 20 
This week sees the application of skills learned over the last two weeks to solve equations and word problems. 

How do you add and subtract using two numbers and count on or back to find the answer? 

Below you will find activities and ideas linked to this week's learning. Try to have a go at some of them if you can. Remember that you can share your learning with me via email if you would like to!  

Part of the Numbers early learning goal: 'Using quantities and objects, they add and subtract two single-digit numbers and count on or back to find the answer. They solve problems.'

You can use the number line below to help you with your calculations. 

 

ONLINE GAMES:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/subtraction/subtraction-to-10

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=Subtractdifference

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/24456.html 

https://cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2016/05/10/08/28/28/967/20163_content/startpage.html?activity=Add_to_20.html

https://cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2016/05/10/08/28/28/967/20163_content/startpage.html?activity=Take_Away_from_20.html

https://www.education.com/game/addition-matching/

https://www.education.com/game/treasure-chest-subtraction/

https://www.education.com/game/match-subtraction-facts-within-20/

11.05.20 - Subtraction within 20 
Grown ups - there are two parts to subtraction: 

  1. Taking objects away and counting how may are left.
  2. Subtraction by counting back to find the answer. 

We have already learned how to take objects away to subtract and we have begun to count back. 

Children need to follow the learning sequence below (in green) in order to make sense of subtraction by counting back and develop a more abstract way of thinking. 

Remind yourselves: How do you count back from 20? Can you count backwards, starting at different numbers (i.e. not from 20 each time)? 

Remind yourselves: How do you subtract by taking objects away? (Practical)

How do you subtract by counting back, using counters/Numicon/fingers? 

How do you subtract by counting back, using pictures? 

How do you subtract by counting back, using a number line? 

How do you read or represent subtraction as an equation (number sentence)? Which symbols will you need?

Below you will find activities and ideas linked to this week's learning. Try to have a go at some of them if you can. Remember that you can share your learning with me via email if you would like to!  

Numbers early learning goal: 'Using quantities and objects, they subtract... 2 single-digit numbers and count back... to find the answer.'

This means holding the first number in their head and counting back using objects, fingers or a number line to find the total. 

 

ONLINE GAMES:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/subtraction/subtraction-to-10

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=Subtractdifference


Cross off the bumps as you count back

Hold the first number in your head. Count back, whilst crossing out each of the pictures. Then use the numberline to solve. Did you get the same answers each time?

Use the number line to count back. Circle the larger number and then jump backwards to find the answer. Circle the answer.

04.05.20 - Addition within 20 

How do you find the total of two groups by counting all of them?

How do you find the total of two numbers by counting on, using counters/Numicon? 

How do you find the total of two numbers by counting on, using a number line? 

How do you read or represent addition as an equation (number sentence)? Which symbols will you need?

Below you will find activities and ideas linked to this week's learning. Try to have a go at some of them if you can. Remember that you can share your learning with me via email if you would like to!  

Numbers early learning goal: 'Using quantities and objects, they add... 2 single-digit numbers and count on... to find the answer.'

This means holding the first number in their head and counting on using objects, fingers or a number line to find the total. 

  1. Make two groups of objects (pasta, pencils, teddies, books, flowers, spoons, socks...) and find the total. How many are there altogether? 
           Use the language of, "seven PLUS six EQUALS thirteen"
  2. Have a pack of number cards to 10 (you can make these on pieces of paper) and ten objects. Turn over a number card and hold that number in your head. Turn over a second number and use the objects to find the total of both numbers. 
            E.g. You turn over 8 and then 5. 
            Put 8 in your head and get 5 objects. Touch your head saying, "8" and then touch each of the objects counting, "9, 10, 11, 12, 13."
            "Eight plus five equals 13."
  3. Create a number line to 20 - you might do this on the ground with chalk or paper. Ask a grown up to give you a number. Stand on that number. They will give you another number to add on. Jump along the number line that many times to find the total. 
  4. Read addition equations and solve using objects. 
  5. Read addition equations and solve using a number line. 
  6. I wonder if you can write your own equations to solve...? 

ONLINE GAMES: 

 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/addition/robot-addition

https://www.arcademics.com/games/alien

27.04.20 - Ordering numbers to 20

How do you order the numerals to 20?

How do you say one more than a given number to 20?

How do you say one less than a given number to 20?

Challenge: How do you order the numerals to 20 when they are not consecutive?  

Below you will find activities and ideas linked to this week's learning. Try to have a go at some of them if you can. Remember that you can share your learning with me via email if you would like to!  

By the end of the reception year, children are expected to 'count reliably with numbers from one to 20, place them in order and say which number is one more or one less than a given number' (Numbers Early Learning Goal). This means knowing and saying the number either side of a given number, without having to use concrete objects to solve. Work practically first to help your child understand the concept. Ordering numbers regularly will help your child remember which number comes next/before it. 

  1. How do you make a number line to 20? I bet you could make one at your house by collecting leaves, writing on them and ordering them! Or maybe you could use chalk on the ground? Can you think of any other ways? 
  2. Ask an adult/ your bother or sister to give you two numbers. Say which is the largest number and which is the smallest. Check by counting and comparing objects. 
  3.  Play 'quick fire' - ask someone to give you a number, say the number that comes before or after it. Take it in turns to have a go. A good game for your daily walk! 
  4. Write the numbers to 20 randomly on the ground with chalk (alternatives include writing on paper/cardboard, number cards, etc.). Someone shouts a number and you have to find it as quickly as you can! What is one more than that number? What is one less? 
  5. Have a go at creating your own board game, incorporating one more and one less than numbers to 20. Anyone who has a go at this challenge will receive a special certificate from Mrs St. Clair!
  6. Order numbers that are not consecutive. For example, order the numbers 12, 14, 15, 18 and 20. Being able to count to 20 confidently and knowing about the value of each number is key here. 

ONLINE GAMES: 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/helicopter-rescue

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/caterpillar-ordering (ordering) 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/coconut-ordering 

http://resources.hwb.wales.gov.uk/VTC/ngfl/ngfl-flash/numbers_eng/numbers_e.html

20.04.20 - Numbers to 20

How do you count forwards to 20? How do you count backwards from 20? 

How do you recognise the numerals to 20? 

How do you count objects up to 20? 

How do you count pictures up to 20? 

How do you match quantity to numeral?

Below you will find activities and ideas linked to this week's learning. Try to have a go at some of them if you can. Remember that you can share your learning with me via email if you would like to!  

By the end of the reception year, children are expected to 'count reliably with numbers from one to twenty' (Numbers Early Learning Goal). 

 

  1. Count how many lights there are in your home - how you you write the matching numeral?   
  2. Go on a number hunt around the house - which teen numbers can you see? 
  3. Do you have stairs in your home? How man y do you have? Can you walk up the stairs counting upwards and then back down, counting backwards?
  4. In the garden, set a challenge for your family... make some number cards and ask them to hop/jump/clap that many times... check they are right by counting carefully as they do it! Now it's your turn!

White Rose Hub Home Learning

You will find some short videos and some activities by clicking here

These are updated weekly and there is a session/activities for each day of the week. 

Resources to support maths learning - Click on the links below to go to the website

A range of interactive games at: https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk/category/eyfs/eyfs-maths/ (requires an adult to create a free account) 

Range of interactive activities and downloadable home learning packs: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer (requires a free login to be created by an adult. One month free using the code UKTWINKLHELPS)

How can you support maths learning at home?

An information booklet for parents and carers. 

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