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Maxs Marvellous Maths Group
Year 1 catch up programme
This programme was devised by Nicky Cornfield, Viv Newby and Elaine Moran, KS1 staff at St Bridgets School, Egremont.
It is designed to be delivered by a teaching assistant. The target group is children in Year 1 who have been identified as in need of some extra support to enable them to keep up with their peers.
The daily sessions will each last for 2025 minutes over a period of 12 weeks. There are four sessions written for each week.
The staff at St Bridgets made/bought the resources for each weeks unit. The lesson plans, vocabulary cards and resources for each week are kept in boxes so they can be used every year.
The catch up programme was so successful that the school are running it again this year.
Cumbria numeracy team would like to thank Nicky, Viv and Elaine for allowing us to share this resource with other schools.Key Objectives
Week1234MentalSaying number names to 10 and from 100
Number recognition to 10
Saying number names to 20 and from 200.
Number recognition to 10
Start at a number and count on to 10Saying number names to 20 and from 200
Recognising mistakes in counting.
Number recognition to 10Ordering numbers to 10
Using after, before and between when ordering numbers.
Number recognition to 10.MainCounting out objects to 5.
Counting objects by placing in rows and randomlyCounting out objects to 10.
Understanding greater and smaller.
Matching sets of objects with the same quantity.Addition to 5 by combining sets.
Altogether.
Use of + and = sign in everyday problems.
Recognising small numbers without countingAddition to 10 by combining sets (altogether)
Week5678MentalOrdering numbers to 10
Using after, before and between
Number recognition to 20
Use of number tracks and missing numbers Ordering numbers to 20
Using after, before and between
Number recognition to 20
Use of number tracks and missing numbersOrdering numbers to 20
Number recognition to 20
1 and 2 more than up to 20
Count in 2s to 20
Counting down from any number upto 20MainAddition to 10 by counting on from a number
One more than
Counting on to complete formal addition to 10.
Use of number lines/tracks
Finding how many more to make up to 10Subtraction from 5 by taking away
Use of sign
Relate less than to take awaySubtraction from 10
by taking away
1 less than any number up to 10
Week9101112MentalCount in 2s to 20
Count in 10s to 100
Counting down from any number from 020
1 less thanCount in 2s
Count in 10s
Doubles to 5+5
Count in 5sCount in 2s
Count in 10s
Doubles to 10+10
Count in 5s
Count in 2s 5s 10s and introduce 3s
Doubles to 10+10
And halving using known doublesMainCounting back from a number to calculate subtraction.
Use of number lines/tracks/ 100 square.
Subtraction from 10 using number sentence/equation.2 less than upto 20
2 more than upto 20
Addition problems up to 20 by counting onAddition problems to 20
Subtraction problems to 20Number bonds to 10
Notes:
The session structure.
Each session is broken into three parts.
The mental starter is used to continuously practise key objectives in a progressive way.
The remaining two sections are given questions as a title. The questions should be displayed and read at the start of each part of the lesson.
The learning objective should then be discussed with the children.eg
Session One
What are we going to learn? Objective: To count up to ten things.
Vocabulary:
Each week more and more vocabulary is introduced and learnt. At the start of each session it is important to read together the vocabulary and where possible discuss the meaning. Display the weeks words on the wall and add to the list each week.
Vocabulary
Each week the vocabulary list is added to
Week one:
Count Count in 10s
Count back
How many
Week Two:
Greater
Smaller
Same
Week Three:
Altogether
Count on/Back
Equals
Add/ plus
Week Four:
Missing
After
Between
Before
1 more than
Order
Week 5
Digit
How many more
Subtract
Weeks 612
No new vocabulary
Introduction (do this at the start of the first session or as a separate session)
Introduce the children to the room and quickly point out any rules and aspects of safety. Outline to them that the aim of these lessons is to practise and develop their maths skills. Discuss the idea that maths is counting, reading and writing numbers, looking at shapes, measuring size etc. Explain that we will be practising our number skills by playing games and having fun.
Activities:
Count together how many children in the group.
Count how many toes or fingers we each have.
Introduce the puppet Max.
Resources
Week One
Fish shapes each numbered on one side with a number from one to 10
Sheet of blue paper/blue hoop for a pond.
Numbers to ten need to be displayed around the room in a random way. E.g. 6 number 2s, 3 number 4s, 7 number 7s
Selection of seaside shapes or objects e.g. 7 shells, 10 starfish, 8 pebbles
A set of 10 blank fish for each child
 A set of number snap cards. If six children then 6 sets of numbers 110 mixed up.
 Boxes of a range of items e.g. cubes, buttons, magazines, pencils, toys, spoons forks etc. (or seaside related items)
Writing flap cards.
Week two
Compare bears.
Picture dominoes of cards with pictures of objects up to 10
Spoons, pictures of chairs, beds, bowls etc..
Number line to display up to at least 20
Week three
Milk bottle shapes
Two house shapes
Week Four
Lily Pad shapes numbered on one side up to 20
Ten frog shapes
Week five
Washing line and pegs with number cards to 20
White board
Caterpillar worksheet with a caterpillar shape drawn on with 11 segments. Fill in some of the numbers from 010 and leave the rest blank.
Caterpillar number tracks from 010 with all the numbers filled in (or any number tracks to 10)
Two large leaf shapes and 10 small butterfly shapes
Week six
Snake number tracks
Island cards
Palm trees (10 for each child)
Week seven
Dog lead number tracks
Bone shapes
Dog shapes/pictures
Week eight
Rockets (10 each)
Week nine
Train number tracks
Week ten
Crocodile
Crocodile number track
Week eleven
Boat number line
Week twelve
Bus templates (2 each)
You will also need to make appropriate worksheets for the later weeks.
Week One Theme: Fish
Teaching Points Activities
Mental StarterAsk the children how high they think they can count. Count together 1 10 and from 100. Repeat and clap once for each number.
Begin to teach the children the song 12345 Once I caught a fish alive.
Show the children the fish shapes. TA: How can we find out how many there are? Count them out together with the numbers facing down.
Put the fish in the pond still with the numbers facing down.
Ask the children individually to pick a fish, turn it over and say the number name (say it with them if necessary)What are we going to learn?
To count up to 10 thingsUse these activities to help the children get familiar with the room. Count together
TA:How many chairs are there in here?
TA: How many tables are there?
TA: How many windows?
TA: How many doors?
TA: Lets have a number hunt. How many number 4s can you spot around the room? Repeat for other numbers.
Put a few of each seaside shape in the pond.
TA: How many seashells can you find?
TA: Can you get me 9 shells
Repeat the questions for different numbers and shapes.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Discuss with the children that we have been counting things upto to 10. Ask them to practise this in class and at home
Week One Theme: Fish
Mental StarterRote count together 0 10 and 100 clicking fingers once for each number.
Sing Once I Caught a fish alive ask children to use their fingers to show the numbers as they sing.
Teach the children the song:
Ten in the pond and the little one said SPLASH SPLASH, so they all splash splashed and one jumped out
Count out the ten fish shapes into the pond. Sing the song again and ask the children to remove a fish when it jumps out and count together how many are left.What are we going to learn?
To count up to 10 thingsGive the children 10 smaller fish shapes each.
Using number cards or a number fan hold up a number from 010. (only say the number if the children dont recognise it)
Ask the children to count out that many fish shapes. Discuss how it is easier to count the if you pick them up and move them placing them in a line.
Repeat this as many times as there is time for.
Ext. Put the children in pairs and ask one to hold up a number and their partner to count that many fish. They can check each others. What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Ask the children if they think they can now count out objects to 10 and see if they can show you.
Week One Theme: Fish
Mental StarterRote count 010 and 100 slapping knees once for each number. Play blast off. All crouch on the floor starting at 0 and jump up like rockets when you reach 10.
Ask individual children to clap 3 times, 8 times etc..
Play snap with number cards  instead of shouting snap shout the number name.What are we going to learn?
To count up to 10 thingsUsing the sets of small fish children individually pick a number card from one to 10 and the count out that many fish. Repeat and either the TA check each childs or they can check each others. Variations may include counting out different objects.
 Using cubes or multilink give children individually a pile amounting to between 1 and 10. Ask the children TA: How many have you got? Reinforce counting by placing them in a line.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can you now count out objects when asked to find so many and also count out how many objects in a pile?
Week One Theme: Fish
Mental Starter Rote count from 010 and from 100. Play blast off. All crouch on the floor starting at 0 and jump up like rockets when you reach 10.
 Sit in a circle and start at 0 and count round the circle stopping at ten. TA: If we started with name at 0 who would say 4 etc..
 Repeat counting round the circle and TA shout stop, pause for a few seconds and then shout carry on and see if the next child can remember their number without prompting. Repeat this counting to 10 each time.What are we going to learn?
To count up to 10 things
To write our numbersUsing the boxes of items ask the children to find you 7 of one item, 9 of one item, 5 of one item etc. Each time show the children the number they must find (number fan or number cards)
 Using writing flap cards ask the children to practise writing numbers 15What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?We can now count out 10 things and write our numbers
1 5. If time the children can demonstrate the numbers they can write
Week Two Theme: Bears
Mental StarterCount (whilst clapping) from 020 and from 200.
Children sit cross legged facing a partner. Play finger flash. Say a number from 010 and give the children a few seconds to count their fingers and shout FLASH. They have to flash their fingers at their partner and hold them whilst the check each others. Repeat.
Hold up a number card form 010. TA: Can we hop this many times?
What are we going to learn?
label groups of things with the number.
To write our numbersGive each child a set of bears from 110 and ask them to find the correct number card (number fan) to label them.
Repeat with different amounts.
Play match the pictures game: Use a set of picture dominoes/cards and number cards. Put the number cards in a pile and ask each child to pick a number and find the corresponding card with that number of pictures on.
 Writing flap cards writing numbers 15What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Match numbers to set of objects.
Week Two Theme: Bears
Mental Starter Rote count from 010 and from 100. Play blast off. All crouch on the floor starting at 0 and jump up like rockets when you reach 10.
 Sit in a circle and start at 0 and count round the circle stopping at ten. TA: If we started with name at 0 who would say 4 etc..
 Repeat counting round the circle and TA shout stop, pause for a few seconds and then shout carry on and see if the next child can remember their number without prompting. Repeat this counting to 10 each timeWhat are we going to learn?
To count out the same Show the children three bears. If we have three bears how many spoons do we need? Repeat for numbers to 10 using bowls, beds, chairs, sweets etc
Writing flap cards writing numbers 15What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Count out objects to ten
Week Two Theme: Bears
Mental Starter Play finger flash.
 Rote count from 020 and from 200. Play blast off. All crouch on the floor starting at 0 and jump up like rockets when you reach 10.
Using a chime bar hide it from the childrens view. Ask them to close their eyes and count how many times you strike the bar. Repeat with numbers to 10.
What are we going to learn?
what greater/bigger means and what smaller means Use your arms to show the children a big shape and a small shape. Repeat this showing them that one is greater/bigger and one is smaller. Ask the children to do this with you repeating the words.
 show the children two sets of bears. TA: Which one do you think is greater/bigger? TA: How can we check? Check together? by counting.
Repeat this asking the children which is greater/bigger and which is smaller.
Ask one child to be you and put two piles of bears on the table. Ask them to ask the question e.g. which is greater/bigger? (count the sets to check each time)
If the child uses the word bigger then repeat the question saying which is greater or bigger.
Repeat with each child as time allows.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Ask the children do they think they now know what greater/bigger and smaller means
Week Two Theme: Bears
Mental Starter Rote count from 020 and from 200. Play blast off. All crouch on the floor starting at 0 and jump up like rockets when you reach 10.
 Sit in a circle and start at 0 and count round the circle stopping at ten. TA: If we started with name at 0 who would say 4 etc..
 Repeat counting round the circle and TA shout stop, pause for a few seconds and then shout carry on and see if the next child can remember their number without prompting. Repeat this counting to 10 each time. Vary it by starting at a number other than e.g. 3 What are we going to learn?
what greater/bigger means and what smaller means show the children two sets of bears. TA:Which one do you think is greater/bigger? TA: How can we check? Check together? by counting.
Repeat this asking the children which is greater/bigger and which is smaller.
Show the children two numbers to 10 with a difference of more than 3. Which is greater? Count out the objects with the children and ask them to look at the sets to see which is greater. Repeat for smaller
 Writing flap cards writing numbers 15
What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?
Week Three Theme: House and milk bottles
Mental StarterTA: lets use this number line to count on from 020 together. Using a number line point at the numbers and count to 20 with the children. TA: Lets count back from 200. Repeat for 20 0
TA: Can you point to the number 6 etc.. up to number 10 ask the children individually.
Using the puppet. TA Max can count to 10. Will you check his counting with me? Count for Max and make mistakes for the children to spot e.g. 124567 etc..What are we going to learn?
To find how many altogether Using the milk bottles count out five together. Put the milk bottles into two piles. Count the two sets with the children and ask them how many altogether. Discuss what altogether means. Show a big circle with your arms and say altogether with the children.
 Repeat with totals up to five.
 Ask the children if there are 3 in that pile and 2 in that pile can you use your fingers to count how many altogether? Check their answers with the bottles.
What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?What does altogether mean?
Week Three Theme: House and milk bottles
Mental StarterTA: lets use this number line to count on from 020 together. Using a number line point at the numbers and count to 20 with the children. TA: Lets count back from 200. Repeat for 20 0
TA: Can you point to the number 6 etc.. up to number 10 ask the children individually.
Using the puppet. TA Max can count to 10. Will you check his counting with me? Count for Max and make mistakes for the children to spot e.g. 124567 etc..What are we going to learn?
To find how many altogetherAs a group. Give two children some bottles to hold. TA if he has 3 and she has 1 how many altogether? Ask the other children to work it out using their fingers and then check by counting the bottle. Repeat with other children and totals to 6
 Use two house shapes. This house has two bottles of milk and this house has two. How many altogether did the milk man deliver? Make this into a game where one child is the milk man and delivers bottles to the houses. Work out how many altogether using fingers and then counting the bottles.
 Writing flap cards writing numbers 17
What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we find how many altogether?Week Three Theme: House and milk bottles
Mental StarterTA: lets use this number line to count on from 020 together. Using a number line point at the numbers and count to 20 with the children. TA: Lets count back from 200. Repeat for 20 0
 Repeat counting round the circle and TA shout stop, pause for a few seconds and then shout carry on and see if the next child can remember their number without prompting. Repeat this counting to 10 each time. Now vary this by starting a number other than 0 e.g. 6What are we going to learn?
What + and = areShow the children an addition sign and an equals sign. Ask the children to name them with you e.g. add or plus (use both names at all times) and equals.
Write 2+3=4 on the white board, read the calculation with the children. Repeat with other calculations totalling 5. Explaining that when adding, the equals sign means altogether. Or use cut up calculations eg. Write 3, 2, 5, 4, 1 =, +, on separate post its.
Using the houses and milk bottles find the answers to calculate addition e.g. 2+1= read the calculate then count out two bottles for one house and 1 for the other, TA: how many altogether? So 2 add/plus 1 must equal 3
Repeat with other calculations.What can we now do?
We know what add and equals means.
Or do we need to practise it?Write some more calculations for the children to see and ask them to find the answer using multilink.
Week Three Theme: House and milk bottles
Mental StarterRepeat counting round the circle this time to 20
Repeat above and this time TA shout stop, pause for a few seconds and then shout carry on and see if the next child can remember their number without prompting from 020 What are we going to learn?
To add numbers upto 5 Show the children a calculation and model the calculation and language as session four using houses and milk bottles.
 give each child a calculation on card or white board totalling five and ask them to use objects (multilink) to calculate the answer.
Ext: Give each child a number fan and ask them to give you the answer to some calculations. They can use their fingers or counters depending on their skills
Writing flap cards writing numbers 17What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we add numbers upto five? Lets check. (use ideas from above to check)
Week Four Theme: Frogs
Mental StarterRepeat counting round the circle this time to 20
Using lily pad shapes work with the children to order numbers 010 on a washing line or in a line on the floor.
 Ask the children to close their eyes and TA take away one lily pad. TA what number is missing? What number is it after? What number is it before? So the number is between ? and ?
Repeat the above questions for different numbers up to 10. Encourage the children to use the vocabulary when answering the question e.g. it is after ? or ? is after ?What are we going to learn?
To find how many altogether up to 10
to write down our addition put the frog shapes into two piles. Count the two piles with the children and label them separately with the correct number card. TA how many altogether? Encourage the children to work out the answer using their fingers and then check using the frogs.
Repeat the above three times with different totals from 5 to 10.
Repeat the above again and this time scribe the calculation with the children each time e.g. two piles of frogs, 2 in one and 6 in the other TA: How many altogether? Now lets write it down so 6+2=8 (always model putting the larger number first)
What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?We can find out how many altogether using ten things and write it downWeek Four Theme: Frogs
Mental StarterMake a human number line. Give each child a number so if six children use numbers 16. Ask them to order themselves and put the numbers in order. Discuss what ORDER means. Ask the children to say individually Ch: I am after? Ch: I am before? Ch: I am between?
If time then change numbers around and repeat.
Order the lily pads 010 and place them numbers face down in a line. Tell the children which end of the line the smallest number is at, and which end of the line the greatest/biggest number is.
TA where do you think number 6 will be? Why? Repeat with other numbers turning the numbers over each time. Encourage use of vocabulary.What are we going to learn?
To find how many altogether to 10As a group. Give two children some frogs to hold. TA: if he has 7 and she has 1 how many altogether? Ask the other children to work it out using their fingers and then check by counting the bottle. Repeat with other children and totals to 10
 Use two pond shapes. This pond has 2 frogs and this pond has 7. How many altogether? Work out how many altogether using fingers and then counting the frogs. Scribe the calculation on a white board each time and encourage the children to read it.
 Writing flap cards writing numbers 39What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?We can find out how many altogether using ten things
Week Four Theme: Frogs
Mental StarterMake a human number line. Give each child a number so if six children use numbers 16. Ask them to order themselves and put the numbers in order. Discuss what ORDER means. Ask the children to say individually Ch: I am after? Ch: I am before? Ch: I am between?
If time then change numbers around and repeat.
 Lay out lily pads in order from 010 with 5 numbers missing. E.g. 12567 Give each child one of the remaining numbers. TA:Where does your number go? Ask the child to explain why, encouraging them to use the vocabulary What are we going to learn?
To use + and =Show the children an addition sign and an equals sign. Ask the children to name them with you e.g. add or plus (use both names at all times) and equals.
Write 5+4=9 on the white board, read the calculation with the children. Repeat with other calculations totalling numbers up to 10. Recap that when adding, the equals sign means altogether.
Using the Frogs and ponds find the answers to some addition e.g. 5+3= read the calculation then count out 5 frogs for one pond and 3 MORE for the other, TA: how many altogether? So 5 add/plus MORE 3 must equal 8
Repeat with other calculations.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?We can find the answers to these calculations.
Week Four Theme: Frogs
Mental StarterRepeat counting round the circle this time from 200
Order the lily pads 010 and place them numbers face down in a line. Tell the children which end of the line the smallest number is at, and which end of the line the greatest/biggest number is.
TA where do you think number 6 will be? Why? Repeat with other numbers turning the numbers over each time. Encourage use of vocabulary.What are we going to learn?
To find how many altogether Using the Frogs and ponds find the answers to some addition e.g. 7+2= read the calculation then count out 7 frogs for one pond and 2 MORE for the other, TA: how many altogether? So 7 add/plus 2 MORE must equal 9
Repeat with other calculations.
 Ask the children does it make a difference which number comes first, try a few and see. We have always put the larger number first and next week we are going to going out why it makes is easier to work out.
Writing flap cards writing numbers 310
What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Ask the children these questions. They can use frogs, ponds or fingers.
Three frogs jumped onto one lily pad and 3 jumped onto another how many would there be altogether?
Four frogs jumped onto one lily pad and the same number jumped onto the other. How many were there altogether?
Week Five Theme: Caterpillars/ Butterflies
Mental StarterUsing number cards to 10 hold up each card and quickly ask the children to say the numbers.
Order the numbers together along a piece of string/ washing line. If this is 5 where do you think it will go. Continue encouraging the children to use terms such as smaller than greater/bigger than, between, after, before.
TA: what number comes after 10? Show the children to numbers 1120 one a time adding them onto the end of the line you have made. Discuss the numbers. Explain that each of these is made up of two digits. And they are all written with a one first.What are we going to learn?
To find how many altogetherShow the children two sets of objects, one of 5 and one of 3. Count the sets and ask them how many altogether? TA: I am helping you work these out by Counting on from the bigger/larger number. Which is the bigger/larger number?
Tell the children that you now know that there are 5 so you can count on 3 more from 5. So pointing at the set of five say five and the using the set of three count on six seven eight
Repeat this process with other amounts and encourage to children to take turns to help you count on..
What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we count on to help us find an answer?Week Five Theme: Caterpillars/ Butterflies
Mental StarterAsk the children can they remember what the numbers after 10 and before 20 look like? Hold them up one at a time and ask the children to write them on a white board.
Give each child a caterpillar to fill in the missing numbers.
Using caterpillar number tracks ask the children to put their fingers on each number and say it as they count from 010 and from 100.
TA: Can you find the number 2? Put your finger on it. What comes after 2? Before 2? Repeat with different numbers.What are we going to learn?
To find how many altogetherUsing the same number tracks as above.
Show the children two large leaves with butterfly shapes.
Put 4 on one leaf and 1 on the other. TA: There are four on this leaf so put your fingers on the number 4. Then we have 1 MORE. Show them how to count on one more on the number track. Check the answer by counting the butterflies and record the calculation on a white board.
Repeat the process (paying careful attention to vocabulary) for other numbers adding one more.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we use the number track to count on one more?
Ask the children how else could the explain one more? It is the number after or next
Week Five Theme: Caterpillars/ Butterflies
Mental StarterAsk the children can they remember what the numbers after 10 and before 20 look like? Can they write an 11? If they can then ask them to write the numbers 1120 calling them out randomly. If they need help show them the numbers.
Give each child a caterpillar to fill in the missing numbers
What are we going to learn?
To find how many altogetherUsing the caterpillar number tracks
Show the children two large leaves with butterfly shapes.
Put 4 on one leaf and 2 on the other. TA: There are four on this leaf so put your fingers on the number 4. Then we have 2 MORE. Show them how to count on two more on the number track. Check the answer by counting the butterflies and record the calculation on a white board.
Repeat the process (paying careful attention to vocabulary) for other numbers totalling up to 10 e.g. 6+4= 5+3= What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we use the number track to count on and work out addition?
Week Five Theme: Caterpillars/ Butterflies
Mental StarterAsk the children to show you the numbers 11 to 20 on number fans as you call them out. Can you show me an 11?
If they can repeat for other numbers up to 20 calling out randomly. If they need help show them the numbers.What are we going to learn?
To find how many altogetherUsing the white board or printed calculation cards ask the children to calculate some addition using their number tracks. Give each child a number fan to hold up the answer when the get it. If children progress well then use numbers up to 10 and have competitions see how many they can get write as a group in 2 mins etc. If children need reinforcement then repeat using butterfly shapes from session three.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we use the number track to work out addition?
Week Six Theme: Snakes and Islands
Mental StarterCount to 20 in a circle.
Have numbers 0 to 20 on washing line. Give the children the numbers 11 12 13 etc. in random order. Which comes next on our number line, Child with correct number comes forward. Repeat with other numbers left over to 20.
Point to numbers randomly from 11 to 20. Ask which number comes before or after a given number. Choose 2 numbers ask which comes between.
Give the children the snake number track and whiteboard pens. Ask them to fill in the numbers 0 to 20.What are we going to learn?
To find how many altogetherUsing the snake number tracks (010) show the children an addition card. Read the calculation. Ask which is the largest number? Can you find this number on your track? How many do we have to count on? What is the answer? Children complete a selection of number cards using the snake number track to count on. Copy the sum onto whiteboard/books and write the answer. If children need reinforcement use cubes.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we use number tracks for addition by starting at the largest number and counting on?
Week Six Theme: Snakes and Islands
Mental StarterLook at 020 washing line. Children count to 20, you point to the numbers as they say them. Ask the children to close their eyes. Take away a number between 1120. What number is missing? What number is it after/before?
So the number is between? and Repeat for other numbers between 1120. Encourage children to use correct vocabulary when answering the question e.g. It is after? It is before? Number ___ is between ? and ?What are we going to learn?
To find how many altogetherChildren to continue to use snake number tracks (010) to complete addition to 10 by counting on from the largest
Number. If children need reinforcement use unifix alongside number track. If children able, complete addition worksheet using the snake tracks to work out the answers.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we use a number track confidently to count on?
Week Six Theme: Snakes and Islands
Mental StarterGive each child a consecutive number between 11 and 20 so if 5 children give 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Ask them to order themselves starting with the smallest number. Ask children to say individually which number they are after/before/between.
Order the number cards 1120 and then place them face down in a line. Tell children which end of the line the smallest number is at and which end the largest is at. Where do you think 11 will be? Why? Repeat with other numbers turning over each time. Encourage use of vocabulary.What are we going to learn?
How many more do we need to make up to 10?Give each child an island. TA: We are going to put 10 palm trees on the islands. Give the children the palm trees and ask them to put them on. Discuss how they have done it.eg. Pupil? Has 4 on this side and 6 on the other and 10 altogether so he has 4+6=10. Record on whiteboard. Repeat for other children. Record on whiteboard how they placed their palm trees. Repeat with other variations asking the children to record on the whiteboard how they set their palm trees out. What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we make 10 in different ways?
Week Six Theme: Snakes and Islands
Mental StarterLay out number cards 1120 with 5 numbers missing. Ask the children if they can tell you which numbers are missing. Give the children the cards and ask them to put them in the correct place, encouraging them to use the correct vocabulary.
Give children a blank 020 snake number line. Ask them to fill in the nos. to 20 then rub 5 numbers out. Swap with a partner who has to fill in the missing numbers.What are we going to learn?
How many more do we need to make up to 10?Give child an island and 10 palm trees. TA: tell me an addition calculation for your palm trees e.g. Child? I have 5 on this side and 5 on the other so altogether I have 10. On palm tree worksheet write different ways of making 10 (use palm trees to help). When finished see if children can tell you some different ways of making 10.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we make/say different ways of making 10?
Week Seven Theme: Dogs and Bones
Mental StarterWrite numbers 020 on dog lead track. Ask children to point to random nos. as you say them. TA: point to number 5. Which number is 1 more? Circle it. Repeat for nos. 010.
What are we going to learn?
To take away from 5.
To recognise
 as take away sign.Using bones count out 5 altogether onto the dog. Take away one bone. How many are left? Repeat with taking away different amounts. TA: We have a special sign that means take away. Draw a on the whiteboard. When you see this sign it means you have to take away.
TA: Show me 5 fingers. If you take 3 away, how many are left? Repeat.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Take away from 5 and recognise the sign.
Week Seven Theme: Dogs and Bones
Mental StarterWrite nos. 020 on dog lead track. Rub out 5 swap with partner. Ask them to fill in the missing numbers.
Look at washing line with numbers 020 on. Give children number fans. TA: Show me the number 1 more than 14. Repeat with nos. from 1120.What are we going to learn?
To subtract from nos. up to 5.Give children a dog and 5 bones. TA: Put 4 bones on your dog. He eats 3 so take off 2. How many are left? Scribe the take away with the children on whiteboard. i.e. 42=2
Repeat with other numbers up to 5. Ask children how we could record the take aways and scribe each time.
TA; Another word for take away is subtraction. Can you say that word?
TA: Show me 5 fingers. Take away 3. How many are left? Repeat using the word subtract instead of take away.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we subtract from numbers up to 5?
Week Seven Theme: Dogs and Bones
Mental StarterChildren write numbers 020 on dog lead tracks. Ask children to point to number 5. Now circle the number that is 2 more than 5. Repeat with other numbers up to 10.
Take down the nos. 3, 7, 11, 15, 19 from the washing line.
TA: Look at the washing line. Which number is 2 more than 1? Give the number to the child who gets it right. Repeat for 5, 9, 13, and 17. What are we going to learn?
To relate less than to take away.Put 3 bones on 1 dog and 5 bones on another. Which dog has less bones? How many less?
Repeat for other numbers up to 5. If children arent sure match the bones to see how many less.
Ask a child to hold up 5 fingers, another to hold up 3. Who is holding up less? How many less? Repeat with other children and different numbers of fingers.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we say how many less between 2 sets of numbers?
Week Seven Theme: Dogs and Bones
Mental StarterShow children a random number up to 20. Ask them what it is.
On a number fan ask them to show you the number that is 1 or 2 more than the number you show them.What are we going to learn?
To subtract any number from numbers up to 5.Continue with subtraction up to 5 using dogs and bones. In pairs one child puts a number of bones on the dog (up to 5). The other child decides how many to take off i.e. subtract. Both children record the subtraction on whiteboard. or in books.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we subtract and record with nos. up to 5 confidently?
Week Eight Theme: Rockets
Mental StarterPoint to a child who starts counting to 20. Point to a different child. The first child stops and the second continues counting. Point to a third child and the second stops etc. When they reach 20 stop.
Look at the washing line with the numbers to 20 on. Tell the children we are going to count in 2s. Point to 0. Count on 2. Which is the next number we will say? Count on 2. Which is the next number? Repeat to 20. TA: To help you I am going to take down the numbers we dont need. (Take down odd numbers.) Now count to 20 in 2s as you point to the numbers. Repeat.What are we going to learn?
Subtraction from 6 and 7Count out 6 rockets. Tell children we are going to take some away. Can they remember what a take away sign looks like? Take 1 rocket away. How many are left? Repeat with taking away different amounts and record on whiteboard.
Repeat with 7 rockets and again record on whiteboard.
TA: Show me 6 fingers. If you take 3 away how many are left? (Repeat) Show me 7 fingers subtract 4. How many are left? (Repeat) What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we subtract from numbers up to 7 confidently?
Week Eight Theme Rockets
Mental StarterCount in 2s to 20 starting at 0 as a group then in a circle. (Point to the numbers if children need support.)
TA: Now we are going to count in 2s to 20 starting at 1.
Point to the numbers and the children say them, Repeat to see if the children can do it without you pointing.
Ask a child to choose a number between 010. Count in 2s from that number to 20.
What are we going to learn?
Subtraction from 8 and 9Write a take away sign on the whiteboard. Ask children to tell you what it means. In pairs lay out 8 rockets. 1 child takes some away. The other child says how many are left. Record as a calculation on individual whiteboards or in maths books. Repeat changing roles. If children are secure with this repeat using 9 rockets.
To finish; in pairs 1 child holds up 8 fingers, the other child tells him how many to take away then works out the answer. Change roles but with 9 fingers.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we subtract from numbers up to 9 confidently?
Week Eight Theme: Rockets
Mental StarterCrouch down on the floor. Tell the children we are going to count backwards from 10 and at 0 blast off (jump up).
Repeat.
Look at washing line. Look at numbers and count back from 20 to 0 as a group. Repeat going round in a circle. TA point to numbers to support if necessary.
Pass Teddy round circle. Start at 20 count backwards. When child holds Teddy must say next number.What are we going to learn?
Subtraction from 10Children get 10 rockets each and take away a number of their choice. Go round group and they have to say their problem e.g. I had 10 rockets. I took away 3. Now I have 7.
Repeat with children recording their own calculations on whiteboards or in books.
Complete Lost in Space sheet (subtraction to 10) if able.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we subtract from numbers up to 10 confidently.
Week Eight Theme: Rockets
Mental StarterAsk children to sit in a circle. Tell children the special number is 4. Count around the circle from 020. When 20 is reached start counting again. Any child who says the special number must stand up. Continue counting until 3 children are standing up. Repeat with counting backwards from 20. Where the special number could be 12 etc.What are we going to learn?
1 less than any number up to 10Look at rockets with numbers 0 10 on. Point to the number 5. TA: Can you draw a circle around the number that is 1 less than 5. (Establish that the number is going to be less therefore we need to go backwards. Repeat for all numbers up to 10.
On whiteboards or books record 10 9 where the arrow means 1 less than.
Give children a random number up to 10. Can they tell you the number which is 1 less than? What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we say the number which is 1 less than a given number up to 10?
Week Nine Theme: Trains
Mental StarterCount in 2s from 020 without the aid of the washing line
(if able). Repeat starting at 1. Stand in circle. Count in 2s to 20 starting at 0. As child says their number they sit down. Repeat starting at 1. This time the children stand up.What are we going to learn?
How to count back to calculate subtraction using a number lineLook at number train (or any number line 010). Put finger on 5. Can the children tell you 1 less than 5? How many did you count back? This is the same as saying 51=4 (Write on whiteboard.) Repeat for 2 less than 5 i.e. 52=3. We count back 2. Repeat for counting back 3,4 and 5 and record.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it? Can we count back from a number up to 5 to calculate subtraction.
Week Nine Theme: Trains
Mental StarterShow children numbers on flash cards 0,10,20,30.100 saying them as you show them. What do all the numbers end in? Point to the 0. When we say these numbers we are counting in 10s. Each one is 10 more than the last.
Repeat counting as a group in different voices e.g.
0,10,20,30..100 (in a deep voice)
0,10,20,30100 (in a quiet voice) etc.What are we going to learn?
To count back from a number up to 10 to calculate subtractionWrite on whiteboard. 64=___ . Children use train number tracks to work out the answer by counting back.
Give children single number cards e.g. 74=____
for them to work out the answers by counting back. Circulate the cards so the children have chance to do different ones.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we count back from a number up to 10 to calculate subtraction.
Week Nine Theme: Trains
Mental StarterCount in 10s to 100 with, then without, flash cards.
Give children the 0 50 flash cards randomly (depending on number of children). Ask them to sequence themselves staring with the smallest. When sequenced the children say the numbers.(Repeat)
Show the children a random flash card. TA: Which 10 number would come next? Repeat. What are we going to learn?
To subtract from nos up to 10 using formal code.Complete subtraction to 10 worksheet using number train to count back.
Tell children if we dont have a number track we can always use our fingers. (Practise a few!)What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Subtraction from 10 using equations.
Week Nine Theme: Trains
Mental StarterLook at washing line. Count from 020 and back down again. Point to random numbers Can the children tell you numbers 1 less than a given number e.g. Which number is 1 less than 14 etc. Repeat without the washing line.What are we going to learn?
Use of 100 square for subtractionShow children a 100 square. TA; This has all the numbers from 1100 on. Can you see any numbers you know? We have been counting in 10s from 0100. Can you see any of those numbers? Can you see the numbers 110? We are going to use this part of the 100 square to help with our subtraction today. Write on the whiteboard. 85=___ What is the first thing we do? (Find 8) Now count back how many? We are on which number? So this means we have 3 left. Complete another subtraction worksheet or calculations on the whiteboard. Using 100 square if children able. If not use train tracks.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Use part of a 100 square to complete subtraction using equations.
Week Ten Theme: Crocodiles
Mental StarterSit in circle with legs tucked up to chest. TA: We are going to count in 2s to 20 starting at 0. When it is your turn put your legs out. Repeat going backwards.
Repeat game only this time count in 10s and this time hold out ten fingers.What are we going to learn?
2 less than a given number up to 20Look at crocodile with numbers 020 on. TA: Point to 16, 19, 12 etc. Find the number 11. Can you draw a circle around the number which is 2 less than 11? Repeat for other numbers up to 20.
Record on whiteboards/ books 20 18 where the arrow means 2 less than.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Say a number which is 2 less than a given number up to 20.
Week Ten Theme: Crocodiles
Mental StarterShow children flash cards 0,5,10,15,20..100 saying number names as you say them. Encourage the children to join in when they can. Repeat 0,5,10,15.. chanting numbers together as a group. If children able, go round group in a circle counting in 5s using cards as prompts if necessary.What are we going to learn?
To count on 2 more than a given number up to 20.TA: We are going to find 2 more than a given number so which way will we move on our number lines, forwards or backwards? Establish correct direction. Ta: Find the number 12. Which number is 2 more? Repeat with random numbers on whiteboards /books. Record as
8 10 where the arrow means 2 more than.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we say which number is 2 more than a given number up to 20?
Week Ten Theme: Crocodiles
Mental StarterCount in 5s to 100 using flash cards as prompts. Pass Teddy around circle. When child has hold of Teddy they say the next number counting in 5s.
Show children random numbers e.g. 20. Which number comes next when we count in 5s? Repeat.What are we going to learn?
To do addition problems to 20 by counting on.Look at crocodile number track. Write on whiteboard. 8+4=____
Read equation together. (Ensure the children remember meaning of + sign. Do we count forwards or backwards?)
Find the larger number and count on.
Repeat with other calculations up to 20, making sure the children start with the larger number even when written as 2+13=__What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we do addition problems up to 20 by counting on?
Week Ten Theme: Crocodiles
Mental StarterTA: When we add 2 numbers the same. It is called doubling them. Write on board 1+1=___. Can the children tell you the answer. Repeat up to 5+5=___
TA: I am going to teach you a rhyme to help you remember doubles.
1+1=2 1for me and 1 for you
2+2=4 Thats a couple more
3+3=6 Straight and crooked sticks
4+4=8 Seagulls on a gate
5+5=10 Tall and short menWhat are we going to learn?
To complete addition problems up to 20Continue with addition to 20 using crocodile number line to count on. Complete addition to 20 worksheet.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we complete addition problems up to 20 by counting on using a number track.
Week Eleven Theme: Boats
Mental StarterCount in 2s to 20 without the aid of the washing line starting at 0 then 1. Show children random numbers to 20.
TA: Which number is 2 more than this number? Repeat for 2 less. Children write answers in individual whiteboards and show. TA: Which number is between ? and ?What are we going to learn?
To add up to 20 by putting the largest number in our head and counting on.Write on whiteboard. 3+9=___ TA: What does this equation/calculation say? How would you find the answer? (Find 9 on the number line and count on 3). Tell children another way is to put the largest in your head (tap head) and count on 3 more. (If children are not ready for this stage then use the boat number line)
Complete worksheet on addition to 20 encouraging the children to put largest number in head and count on.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we work out addition problems by putting the larger number in our head and counting on?
Week Eleven Theme: Boats
Mental StarterCount in 10s forwards and backwards to 100. Show children a number e.g. 70. Which number comes after when we count in 10s? Repeat with random numbers asking which number comes before or after when we are counting in 10s?What are we going to learn?
Addition problems to 20With partner have 2 dice. Throw them. Turn the 2 numbers into an addition and record e.g. 6+4=10. Encourage the children to work out the answers by putting the larger number in their head and counting on. (If necessary use number tracks.)What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Add 2 numbers with a total up to 20 together without using a number track.
Week Eleven Theme: Boats
Mental StarterTA: Can you remember what a double means? Recite doubles rhyme to 5.
I am going to teach you the second part of the rhyme.
Write on board doubles from 610 and fill in the answers. Then teach second part of rhyme.
6+6=12 puppies dig and delve
7+7=14 naughty ghosts are haunting
8+8=16 mothers busy mixing
9+9=18 passengers are waiting
10+10=20 weve all got plenty.What are we going to learn?
To solve addition word problems to 20.Write on whiteboard. :There are 12 sailors on a boat. 5 more get on. How many sailors altogether? Discuss with the children what to do to get the answer. Circle the important numbers and record as a simple addition i.e. 12 + 5= 17. Put another word problem on the board and read together i.e. there are 3 fish swimming in the sea. 8 more come along. How many fish altogether? Encourage the children to work out the answer by counting on in their head. Give children cards with simple problems on. See if they can work out the answer. (Give help with reading if necessary).What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we work out the answer for word problems for addition up to 20?
Week Eleven Theme: Boats
Mental StarterCount in 5s to 100 without the aid of flash cards.
Play sit down/ stand up. All children stand in a circle, Start counting in 5s to a 100 starting at 0. When child says his number he sits down. When all children have said a number carry on counting but this time they stand up. So he children are counting and standing up and sitting down until we get to 100.What are we going to learn?
To subtract from numbers up to 20.Write on whiteboard. 128=___. Ask children to read it. Look at boat number tracks and work out the answer by counting back. Repeat for other problems using numbers up to 20. Children record either on whiteboards or in books.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Carry out subtraction problems using numbers up to 20.
Week Twelve: Theme Buses
Mental
StarterLook at number line to 20. Start at 0. Count on 3. We are at 3. Count on another 3. We are at 6 and so on to 21.
TA: What have we been counting in? 3s
Repeat 0,3,6,9. Say in different voices e.g.
0,3,6,9 (loud voice)
0,3,6,9(deep voice) etc.What are we going to learn?
Number bonds to 10.Give each child 10 unifix cubes. Ask them to split them into 2 sets so they have 5 and 5. TA: How many have you in each set?5. How many altogether?10.
Repeat splitting in different ways i.e. 6+4=10 etc.
Record the different ways on whiteboards or on books.What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we write down 2 numbers which add together to make 10?
Week Twelve Theme: Buses
Mental StarterSay doubling rhyme again.
Then ask questions e.g. What is 5+5=? 3+3=? 4+4=? Etc
If children dont know revert back to rhyme for help.
What are we going to learn?
Number bonds to 10.Give children 10 cubes again. Let them count them. TA: We are going to use these cubes to write down all the ways we can make 10. Give each child 2 buses (templates)
TA: Put 10 in one bus and 0 in the other. So I have 10 + 0 =10. Record on whiteboard. TA: Take 1 cube off and put it on your other bus. What calculation do I have now? 9+1=10. Repeat all the way to 0+10=10. Record each one on whiteboard. Look at all the number bonds. There are 11. These are all the different ways to make 10. Read through them and try to remember some. Rub them off. See if children can remember any.
What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we say some number bonds to 10.
Week Twelve Theme: Buses
Mental StarterWrite down doubles on whiteboard as the children recite the doubles rhyme. Discuss the meaning of half we split something into 2 equal parts. Tell children if 1+1 is 2 then half of 2 is 1. Demonstrate with cubes. So if 2+2=4 then half of 4 is 2. Use cubes again and let the children investigate. Repeat with other numbers.
What are we going to learn?
To subtract from numbers up to 20.Ask children if they can remember any of the number bonds to 10 from last lesson. Write on board. Play game in pairs. One child puts hands behind back. Count to 3 together. On 3 the child holds out any number of fingers up to 10. The second child has to put up the rest of the fingers to make 10. Repeat and change roles.
Complete number bonds to 10 worksheet.
What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?We can say the missing number in number bonds to 10 i.e.
____+3=_____
Week Twelve Theme: Buses
Mental StarterSay doubling rhyme. Give children a random number from 110. Ask them what is its double? What is half of?
Use cubes if necessary.
What are we going to learn?
Number bonds to 10On individual whiteboard ask the children to write down as many number bonds to 10 as they can think of, (use 10 cubes as back up if required).
Complete Buses sheet where the children have to join the pairs of numbers which make the total on the bus stop (Do as many as can according to ability).
What can we now do?
Or do we need to practise it?Can we recite number bonds to 10 confidently?
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