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Maths

In today’s lesson you will be learning the difference between tens and ones.

Learning objective:

To know the difference between tens and ones.

 

1. Warm up by counting in 2s by Jack Hartmann.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCxvNtrcDIs

 

2. Watch this video about tens and ones.

Only watch the first video called Tens and Ones.

Tens and Ones

 

3. Use beans or pasta. Place a pile of them on a table.

If you cannot use beans or pasta you can draw circles in your books.

 

4. First make the number 14.

 

This should be 1 group of ten and 4 ones.

 

5. Next make the number 18.

This should be 1 group of ten  and 8 ones.

 

Challenge – Can you make 23? How many tens? How many ones?

 

Can you make 35? How many tens? How many ones?

 

Take a picture of the numbers you have created using groups of tens and ones. Send to your class teacher.

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