Our learning intention today is to begin to recognise how we add together to make bonds to 10.
ELG 11: Mathematics: Numbers count reliably with numbers from 1 to 20, place them in order and say which number is one more or one less than a given number using quantities and objects, add and subtract 2 single-digit numbers and count on or back to find the answer.
Starter: Play 'Hometime Ladybird' This will help consolidate your number facts to 10 and will also help practise your subitising skills.
Show children Discover task and explain we are going to be looking at making numbers that add together to make 10. These are called ‘Number Bonds’.
How many bottles are there on the wall? How many are there on the floor? So how many bottles are there altogether?
Work through Share task with children. Use different colour cubes to represent bottles on wall and bottles on floor.
'Discover' task questions:
• How many bottles are standing on the wall?
• How many bottles have fallen?
• How many bottles are there altogether?
• If one more bottle falls, how many will still be standing?
• Will there always be 10 bottles altogether, even though some
of them have fallen over? How do you know?
'Share' task questions:
• What has Dexter done to help him count all the bottles?
• What do the red counters show? What do the yellow
• What is Flo using to help her count?
• Does it matter that the counters are different colours?
• Can you see how many counters there are in the ten frame, without counting each one? How many counters are in the top row? How many in the bottom row? How many altogether?