Information: Parents and Carers
A student will learn to:
- count forwards and backwards by 1s, from any three-digit number, with fluency
- identify a number before and after any three-digit number
Some knowledge of and skill with:
- reading and representing numbers up to 100 using objects, pictures, words and numerals
Year 1 - Whole Numbers - Reading Numbers to 100
- counting, representing, and estimating object groups up to 100, and partitioning and stating the place value of two-digit numbers
Year 1 - Whole Numbers - Collections to 100
Sound knowledge of and skill with:
- counting in sequence up to 100, identifying numbers before and after, and using ordinals to '31st'
Year 1 - Whole Numbers - Counting to 100
4 lessons, approximately 1 hour each
- Warm Up and Lesson: approximately 40 - 45 minutes
- Extra Practice: approximately 15 - 20 minutes
NB: One hour is a very long time for little ones. You may like to cap each lesson to half an hour with plenty of brain breaks when necessary. You may like to alternate between lessons and their Extra Practice activities over two days.
Please model and encourage the use of the following vocabulary when working through this unit:
- count forwards
- count backwards
- number before
- number after
- more than
- less than
- number line
- number chart
- groups of ten
- round to
- please be aware that cardinal numbers (1,2,3) are said without place value language for bus, postcode and telephone numbers
- ordinal names can be confused with fraction names; 'the third' relates to positional order whereas 'a third' is a fraction
- the word 'round' can hold different meanings, and it can often be confused with the word 'around'relates to positional order whereas 'a third' is a fraction
Please feel free to revisit this course at any time if your student has the motivation; repeated practice and play is extremely beneficial for concept consolidation, and identifying links to other concepts.
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