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Practise counting back from 20 with the Count Back Cat.
Practise counting on from any number with Jack Hartmann
Just like yesterday, but today we double up to 10!
Today's video adds doubles to 10!
Practise doubling by adding the same amount of dots to the opposite side of each ladybird and then complete the number sentences.
Learn doubles to 5 with this cool rap.
Work out these ladybird additions, write the number sentence to go with it.
Use these templates to complete subtraction number sentences from 10 and then 20 if you can. Cover the dots to work out the answer.
Work out these ladybird subtractions. The first one has been done for you.
Estimate how many legs 2 spiders have.
Estimate how many there are of each mini-beast.
Estimate these sweets and then check each one by counting them.
Estimate each set of sweets. Check your estimates by counting each group afterwards.
Estimate each group. How many butterflies, lady birds, caterpillars and spiders are there?
Learn about estimating with Sesame Street.
Print or make your own number bond rainbow. Write down all the number sentences that go with it.
Today, find 10 objects. How many different ways can you separate them? Write down all of the possible number sentences (e.g. 4 + 6 = 10).
Learn your number bonds to 10
Find 5 objects. How many different ways can you separate them? Write down all of the possible number sentences (e.g. 2 + 3 = 5).
Learn your number bonds to 5.
Write the number sentences for each of these pictures. Count in 2's to work out how many there are altogether.
Count all of the bumble bees and write how many there are altogether. Then, split them into two groups and write the number sentence (e.g. 2 + 7 =). Repeat with the lady birds. You could also do this with objects around your house.
Draw a picture of your family. Who is the tallest/shortest?
Find objects around your house that are between 5 and 8 teaspoons long. Make a list or draw pictures of them.
Find and measure objects around your house. How many teaspoons long are they? Make a list.
Sort the worms from shortest to longest.
Find objects around your home that are longer or shorter than a pencil. Draw and label them if you can.
If you can, go on a walk with your grown up. Look at the numbers on all of the doors. Do you notice a pattern? Can you make a map of your street with house numbers. The pictures below give an example.
Thursday's what comes next challenge...
Wednesday's what comes next challenge...
Tuesday's what comes next challenge...
Copy and complete each line with what comes next.
These are all opposites. Get your grown up to shout one out and you must say the opposite. Can you think of any more?
Copy these subtraction number sentences and solve them using a number line. How quickly can you do them all?
See how fast you are now at adding - can you answer the questions before the light turns red?
Use your fingers to solve these number sentences. If you are really clever, you could make some up of your own to solve!
Copy these number sentences. Keep the first number in your head and then count on to work out the answer.
Learn about counting in 2's with the Numberjacks! Afterwards, make a number line to 20 counting up in 2's.
Copy the numbers from the lorries and add the number that is 1 more and 1 less.
Copy the number lines below and then add the missing numbers. Check the order of the numbers as one goes forwards and the other goes backwards!
Make a number line to 20 and use it to solve these number sentences.
Order the fish from 0-20. You can use these fish or make your own.
If you have Lego or Duplo at home, see if you can create these patterns and some of your own. If not, have a go at drawing them.
A different pattern video. See if you can make patterns like these and then create one of your own. Challenge: make 3/4 or 5 different colours or objects.
Watch this cool video about patterns. Make up some of your own patterns - you can sing about them or draw them too.
Count to 20 in 2s
Practise counting to 20 - getting faster and faster!
Just like yesterday, count the objects, write the number sentences and work out how many there are altogether! This time the numbers are trickier!
Count the objects, write the number sentences and work out how many there are altogether!
Count to 100 song
Another fun video to practise subitising to 10
Subitise - a quick way to recognise objects to 10
Count by 10's to 100 and back again
Months of the Year Song - 12 Months of the Year
Count to 100 with Grandma and Grandpa
A money song about UK coins. Covers 1p, 2p, 5p and 10p coins.