Hello Magnificent Marmalade Minions!
I am looking forward to another amazing week with you all. I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Did you do anything exciting!
This week, we’ll continue our learning on place value. A big well done to you for your hard work last week. I have attached a 100 square to help you this week. Click here.
Last week, we focused on partitioning numbers and placing number accurately on a 100 grid/square (counting forwards and backwards in tens and ones).
This week on the other hand, we’ll be comparing numbers and we would focus on the objectives listed below:
- Given a number, identify one more and one less.
- Identify and represent numbers using objects and pictorial representations and use the language of: equal to, more than, less than, most, least.
Some of the key vocabulary we would be using this week include: numbers 0-100, partition, forwards, backwards, ones, tens, hundreds, digit, the same number as, as many as, more, larger, bigger, greater, fewer, smaller, less fewest, smallest, least most, biggest, largest, greatest, one more, ten more, groups, one less, compare.
Starter and games- :
Your PowerPoint for this week: Power Point Year 1 Place value to 100 Week 8
Remember to choose worksheets based on our Minion’s understanding of the concept. Children may complete only one page of each activity.
Activity 3: order numbers (you’ll need a scissors for this). Cut out each set of numbers and place them in order. You can go from biggest to smallest or from least to greatest.
This base 10 tool is fantastic for making numbers (hundreds, Tens and Ones). Think of a number between 1 and 999 and make it using base 10!
Please remember that children do not need to attempt all three levels of the worksheets- 1, 2 or 3 stars. Choose the level suitable for your child or the level above if they are up for a challenge or make it a ‘Chilli Challenge‘ where children choose their own task from mild (1 star), hot (2 stars) or fiery (3 stars).
I cannot wait to see your fantastic work in the comment section below.
The worksheets are an added resource. You can make this lesson as practical as possible using coins, cubes, etc.