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Maths

In today’s lesson you will be learning to use the part whole model to show tens and ones.

Learning objective:

To use the part whole model to show tens and ones.  

 

1. Watch this video and count in 5s with Jack Hartmann.

 Counting in 5s

2. Watch the video

Tens and ones using part whole model

Stop watching the video at 7:08.

 

3. Use beans, pasta or buttons to represent the following numbers as tens and ones using a part whole model.

Step 1 – Draw the outline of a large part whole model in your book.

 

Step 2  - Make the number 24 (make sure that 24 is your whole number) then split into your 2 parts, 2 tens a 4 ones.

 

Repeat with the numbers:

 

13

 

15

 

24

 

28

 

Challenge – if these numbers are too easy, challenge yourself with these:

 

48

 

74

 

86

 

55

 

4. Take a picture of one of your part whole models and send it your teacher.  
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