Welcome to Week three of home learning for Maths.
Last week we looked at numbers one to twenty, making number tracks and missing numbers.
We are going to continue to work with numbers one to twenty this week and consolidate number knowledge and facts.
A) Addition to ten. Children who are secure in understanding number facts and number bonds of numbers within ten will find solving mathematical problems easier. Have a go at completing addition problems within ten using this interactive Top Marks game:
B) Practise writing numbers one to twenty, ensuring that the way in which numbers are formed are correct and not confused with others. 1 and 7, 2 and 5, 6 and 9 are often easily confused.
C) Ordering numbers helps children to understand 'ordinal value' which will help them with number place and value further up their school journey. Have a go at getting these numbers in order using this interactive game : https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/caterpillar-ordering
D) Help Curious George to find the correct missing numbers here