For maths for the rest of the week please focus on numbers to 20. I have attached a workbook but you only need to complete certain pages. The page numbers on the sheets don't related to the pages for printing so I have given both. The page numbers for printing will probably be the most useful but then you can check they tally to the page numbers of the sheets to be completed once printed. If you are unable to print you can write similar things out for your child or do the work verbally from looking at the sheets on a computer.
The printer page is the first number then the page number on the sheet is the second.
P19/15 - before/after
P20/16 - 1 more/ 1 less
P21/17 - Numbers to 10 - count on
P22/18 - Numbers to 10 - count back
P28/24 - Numbers to 20 - 11-15
P31/27 - Numbers to 20 - 1 to 20
P32/28 - Numbers to 20
P34/30 - Ordering numbers
P35/31 Tens and Ones
P36/32 - Estimation
P44/40 - Halves
P45/41 - Halves
I have also included a sheet to practise 1 more and 1 less which is suitable for all children. This could be done daily as this is such an important skill.
The other 2 sheets about doubling and halving some children will find difficult, these are only if your child is confident with all the other work. They can use resources to help them but the long term aim is to know these by instant recall.
The part of the Number ELG you will be working on is: Children count reliably with numbers from one to 20, place them in order and say which number is one more or one less than a given number. They solve problems including doubling and halving.
Exceeding : Children estimate a number of objects and check quantities by counting up to 20. (In addition to being very confident in the above).
Please also continue to work on time related vocabulary with your children from the work set on Monday.
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