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As well as the additional activities and tasks we will be adding over the coming weeks, we would like the children to continue their daily activities on Doodlemaths and Lexia (your child know whether or not they have a Lexia account.)  











Reception Week 13

This week our focus is doubling. Dice are really helpful to understand this concept so find a couple of dice from a game you have at home and throw them together to show what double actually means! Playing dominoes is also a great way to spot doubles! Look at the Number Blocks clips below to learn more about doubling and then choose from the sheets below. Try and master doubling to 10 before moving onto doubling to 20. A great way to check that your child really understand doubling is to get them to ask you a doubling question. Good Luck and happy doubling!

Numberblocks - Double Trouble | Learn to Count

Numberblocks - Lucky Doubles! | Learn to Count

Year 1 Week 13


Activity 1

Today we are going to look at number bonds to 100.


Do you know what number bonds are?

Do you know any number bonds to 100?

Here's one to help:  20 + 80 = 100

Look at the picture above. Eddie has 10 different shaped stamps on the table.


How many different shaped stamps has he used on the chart?

How many hasn't he used?


We could put that in a number sentence like this:

3 + 7 = 10


Now have a look and see how many squares on the chart have been stamped altogether.

And, how many squares do not have a stamp in them yet.


Let's put that in a number sentence:

30 + 70 = 100


Can you see how the first answer shows a number bond to 10

3 + 7 = 10


and the second answer shows a number bond to 100.

30 + 70 = 100


This picture might help to explain it if you aren't sure.


Today, I'd like you to see if you can write all the numbers bonds to 10.


Here's the start of mine:


When you have done that, I'd like you have a go at writing number bonds to 100.

Remember how similar they are.


Here's the start of mine:

Activity 2


Yesterday we had a go at writing bonds to 10 and then bonds to 100.


Use your understanding to have a go at these, with help from someone at home.

It is hard to see, but the 3rd and 4th row are two different types of stamps!



How did you do? Try the activity below.

Activity 3


You have done lots of wonderful learning about numbers to 100. We have ordered numbers to 100, compared numbers to 100 and learnt Bonds to 100.


Today I have prepared a worksheet for you to practise all of your new skills, before we move on to a new unit tomorrow.

Activity 4

Today we are staring a new unit of work; TIME.


Can you think of any other ways we can measure time? Think about how you would time a race, or tell the time.



Today we are going to focus on before  and  after.


Look at the picture above.

What does Maya do before school?

What does Maya do after school?


Today, your task is to draw pictures to answer my questions.


What do you do after you brush your teeth in the morning?

What do you do before you put your school shoes on?

What happens at school before break time?

What happens after you get home after school?

What do you do before you go to bed at night?

Activity 5

Today we are learning to use a calendar.


Have a look at this calendar and see if you can answer my questions.



What month is Aisha's birthday?

What day of the week is Aisha's birthday?

What date is Aisha's birthday?

What day does Aisha visit the dentist?

Have a go at the calendar activities.


If you have STILL not have enough maths for one week, please find below some problem solving activities to keep your brilliant brains active!
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