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Number Gators (Greater Than, Less Than Symbols Song)

The Number Gators are hungry! This twangy, toe-tapping math song for kids helps explain the concept of the greater than and less than symbols when comparing ...

Year 1

Teacher guidance on your daily tutorial: 

Monday 29th June 2020 

QfL: How can we compare numbers? 

At the beginning of the lesson watch the video about greater than and less than.

The children have used the symbols < > and language of greater than and less than but may need reminding. 

Let your child independently count the objects and then complete the sheet. For questions 3 + 4 get your child to verbally answer the questions and explain how they know. 

When your child is confident with this allow them to complete the sheet independently. 

Key Vocabulary for today: 

Greater than 

less than 

equal to 

numbers 1-100

If you do not have access to a printer for todays lesson you can write the answers into your maths book.

 

Tuesday 30th June 2020

QfL: How can we compare numbers? 

At the beginning of the lesson encourage your child to count in 10s to 100.

Today's lesson is a continuation of yesterdays. Let your child independently count the objects and then complete the sheet. 

If you child needs a challenge you can give them numbers to compare or say what is greater than 12 but less than 38? 

Key Vocabulary for today: 

Greater than 

less than 

equal to 

numbers 1-100

If you do not have access to a printer for todays lesson you can write the answers into your maths book.

 

Wednesday 1st July 2020

QfL: How can we order numbers?

At the beginning of todays session encourage your child to count in 5s to 100.

Today's lesson looks at counting and ordering numbers to 100. In class we will be counting the object and then writing the quantity. The children will then be encouraged to order the numbers as independently as possible. 

When your child is confident allow them to complete their sheet independently.

 

Key Vocabulary for today: 

smallest 

biggest 

greatest 

ordering

numbers to 100

 

If you do not have access to a printer for todays lesson you can write the answers into your maths book.

 

Thursday 2nd July 2020

QfL: What is one more or one less any number to 100?

Start todays lesson by practising counting in 2s as high as you can go! Can you reach 100? 

Explain to your child that today we will be finding one more or one less any number to 100. 

In school we will be using number squares if needed to help us complete this challenge however, I will be expecting children to be able to try and make accurate guesses at what the number could be.

If your child finds this easy, than throughout the day I would give them random numbers for them to find one more or one less than. 

 

 

Key Vocabulary for today: 

Numbers 1 -100

One more 

One less

If you do not have access to a printer for todays lesson you can write the answers into your maths book.

 

Friday 3rd July 2020

QfL: How can we count to 100?

Start the lesson by counting to 100. 

Today is our last lesson as a year 1 class and in preparation for Year 2. I would like you to complete and fill your own 100s square that you can use throughout Year 2. 

Encourage your child to form numbers correctly just in case they form their 3s back to front. 

Key Vocabulary for today: 

Numbers 1 -100

If you do not have access to a printer for todays lesson you can write the answers into your maths book.

Year 1 Maths - Week 4 - Summer 2

Year 2

Teacher guidance on your daily tutorial: 

Monday 29th June 2020

QfL: How can we more or less?

Start todays lesson by practising the 3 times table. 

Today's lesson is focused finding 1, 10, 100 more or less of any given number.

In class I would encourage the children to write the number under the heading H T O (Hundred, Tens, Ones) so that your child is able to see that it is only one column is changing by one. 

 

Key Vocabulary for today: 

one more 

one less

numbers to 1000

If you do not have access to a printer for todays lesson you can write the answers into your maths book.

 

Tuesday 30th June 2020

QfL: How can we compare a number?

Start todays lesson by practising the 5 times table. 

Today children will be comparing numbers to 1000 - as these lessons are preparing children to enter Year 3 your child may need additional support to answer the questions. 

Children will need to be able to recognise and count numbers in their hundreds and be able to compare them with one and other. 

 

Key Vocabulary for today: 

numbers to 1000

greater than 

less than 

the same as 

< > = 

 

 

If you do not have access to a printer for todays lesson you can write the answers into your maths book.

 

Wednesday 1st July 2020

QfL: How can we compare a number?

Start todays lesson by practising the 4 times table. 

Today children will be continuing to compare numbers to 1000 - as these lessons are preparing children to enter Year 3 your child may need additional support to answer the questions. 

Children will need to be able to recognise and count numbers in their hundreds and be able to compare them with one and other. 

 

Key Vocabulary for today: 

numbers to 1000

greater than 

less than 

the same as 

< > = 

 

If you do not have access to a printer for todays lesson you can write the answers into your maths book.

 

Thursday 2nd July 2020

QfL: How can we order numbers?

Start todays lesson by using the 3 times table worksheet. 

Today's lesson is continuing to identify different numbers to 1000 and then being able to order them. If we were doing this in class I would encourage the children to count the number and then write it so that they don't forget it.

I would then encourage them to look at the hundreds column, then the tens and then ones to be able to confidently order the numbers. 

Key Vocabulary for today: 

hundreds

tens 

ones

ordering

If you do not have access to a printer for todays lesson you can write the answers into your maths book.

 

Friday 3rd July 2020

QfL: What are the 3 and 4 times table?

Over the last couple of weeks you have been practising your 3 and 4 times table, as today is our last lesson in Year 2 I would love it if you could create your own posters with the 3 and 4 times table on so that you can use them to help you in Year 3.

 

Key Vocabulary for today: 

3 and 4 times table 

multiples 

multiplication

 

 

If you do not have access to a printer for todays lesson you can write the answers into your maths book.

 

 

Times Tables Rockstars

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You can access Times Tables Rockstars online from any electronic handheld devices, laptops and desktops. Every day your teacher will be monitoring the use of your account, setting times tables and checking on your progress. Each week, there will be a new competition for your class. Everyone should have received another copy of their Username and Password in their home learning packs, so that they are able to login.

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