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Thursday 20th January 2022

This learning is consolidating the work you did yesterday. If you need a reminder look back at the PowerPoint presentation (lesson 1).

Wednesday 19th January 2022


To recognise equal groups

I have attached a power point. Please go through lesson 1 and complete the worksheet.

Thursday 1st April 2021

Today we are counting coins. Again it might help if you have the coins to hand but don't worry if you do not. 

Wednesday 31st March 2021

 Today we are going to  be recognising coins. If you have any coins at home this might help with your learning. We are going to be looking at the 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2 coins. Don't t worry if you do not have all the coins. 

*sort the coins - coin detective sheet

**order the coins from smallest value to largest value - ordering coins worksheet

***White rose maths -recognising coins worksheet

****Challenge cards 

Tuesday 30th March 2021


Maths week beginning 29th March 2021

Maths week beginning 1st March 2021

There are no live lessons this week.  We are still available for you to contact via dojo if you need any help.  Please continue to upload your child's work to the portfolio section on class dojo. 


Monday- comparing time

Use the pages from the White Rose planning to help you page 13-14. The focus is on comparing tasks/events and using language eg faster, slower, earlier and later. (We've done 'er' words in English!) . 

Go through the varied fluency section with your child and get them to answer to questions. These are what we would use at the start of a lesson, so this can be your introduction and warm up task.

Task - complete the diving into mastery sheet(s). 

Challenge- try the reasoning and problem solving activities from the White Rose page 14.


Comparing time 

(Apologies for the late upload!) Keep it practical today.  

Find 5 activities/tasks that you and someone else can do at home. eg 10 star jumps, run up and down the stairs, make a tower with 10 blocks.  

Time yourself doing the activity.  (Use s stopwatch on your phone/watch) Time the other person doing the activity.  Compare your times,  Discuss who was faster/slower.  Which task was the quickest/slowest and why? 

Challenge- Link to Science and make it a fair test- do the same task three times and get an average. Then compare your results. Record your results in a table.


We are going to continue telling the time using a clock the rest of this week. 

If your child is working on o'clock and half past times that is fine.  You can access the work on the year 1 home learning page. 

If your child is ready to move onto quarter past then use this work.  

Watch the PowerPoint to help you.  Focus on the quarter past today and use it for quarter to tomorrow. 

Draw a clock and split it into quarters (4 equal parts) to show your child quarters and what it means. 

Task- complete the attached sheet.  If you don't have a printer you don't have to write it all out.  Go through the sheet with your child and they can just write their answers and then you can put a note on portfolio about how well they did. 


Today we are looking at number bonds to 20. 

Please find below a worksheet and challenge cards. 


Maths Week beginning 22nd February 2021


Try to have a pencil/pen and piece of paper for this lesson! 



 Now we will be moving on to telling the time to half past the hour using an analogue clock. There may also be some o'clock times that you learned yesterday thrown into the questions too! 


Practice telling the time on the clock



Today we will introduce telling the time to the hour using an analogue clock. They will learn the language of o’clock and understand that the hour hand is the shorter hand, and the minute hand is the longer hand. Children read the time to the hour and know when the minute hand is pointing upwards to the number 12 it is an o’clock time, and understand that they need to look at the hour hand to see which hour it is.

Practice telling the time on the clock


Today we are going to be learning about the days of the week. We are going to talk about events using today, yesterday, and tomorrow. Children will learn about the months of the year and should be able to pick out special dates within the year, for example their birthday.

I have included a worksheet below and challenge cards.


Over the next two weeks we will be looking at time. For both year 1 and year 2 this is new learning. Lesson 1 we will be looking at ‘before and after’. Children will be introduced to key vocabulary related to time. They use before and after to describe sort and order events. Building on this, they use first and next to describe and order of events. When talking about the day, children use the language morning, afternoon and evening.

Below you will find a worksheet for todays lesson along with some challenge questions.

Maths wc 8th February 

Place value charts


It is important that children understand tens and ones.  We are going to focus on place value charts in today’s lesson.  Use your resources from last week to help you.

Y2 children were working on numbers to 50 and 100 in Autumn term.  Ensure your child is confident with numbers to 100.  Can they identify the tens and ones in any number? Can they say it? Eg 54 is 5 tens and 4 ones.  Can they show you with equipment? Can they write the number in digits?  Practice counting in 10's to help counting bundles of 10. 


Watch the video link from White Rose.  Represent numbers to 50 using a place value chart.  There is a worksheet from White Rose if you want to have a go.  

Aut2.3.2 - Using a place value chart on Vimeo

Challenge- have a go at the place value detective challenge cards! (Answers are on the last page!) 


Comparing groups of objects.

Watch the video Aut2.3.3 - Compare objects on Vimeo and complete the attached sheet linked to the video.

 Use the terms less than, greater than, equal to to compare objects. 

Challenge- Complete the Diving into Mastery activity cards. 


Comparing numbers.  If children still need to represent the number practically or record with pictures that is ok too.  Encourage your child to find the numbers on a number line/100 sq to help reinforce greater than/less than.

Use the signs < > = to compare numbers.


Watch the video and complete the sheet linked to the video. Aut2.3.4 - Compare numbers on Vimeo

Challenge cards.  You don’t need to do all of these! Save the ordering ones for tomorrow’s lesson.


To order objects and numbers

  1. Watch the white rose video clip
  2. Complete the worksheet attached

Year 2 -


To count in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s


*To count in 2’s

** To count in 2’s and 5’s

***To count in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s

**** To count in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s from any number


Monday 1st February 2021

We are revisiting place value over the next couple of weeks. To aid learning we use lots of different practical equipment at school. Today's task is to make the practical equipment that we will be using over the coming weeks. Please find pictures below to help with ideas.


Please can you make:

  • Tens and ones
  • Bundles of 10 straws or block of ten Lego bricks
  • Tens frame
  • Part whole model
  • Number line

Tuesday 2nd February 2021

To count read and write numbers

  • Make sure you are confident counting forwards and backwards (Year 1 to 20, Year 2 to 100)

*To count to 20 (year 1) or 100 (year 2) and practically show an amount e.g. 5 = 5 blocks

** To count to 20 (year 1) or 100 (year 2) and practically show an amount in a variety of different ways e.g. 5 blocks, 5 counters on a tens frame.

*** To count to 20 (year 1) or 100 (year 2) and practically show an amount in a variety of different ways and write numerals in words.

**** To count to 20 (year 1) or 100 (year 2) and practically show an amount in a variety of different ways, write numerals in words, and solve problems.

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Wednesday 3rd February 2021

To represent numbers

Year 1 – representing number to 20

Year 2 – representing numbers to 100


We are going to learn how to represent numbers using:

  • Tens frame
  • Numicon
  • Tens and ones
  • Straw/lego
  • Words


*To represent a number using counters e.g. show me 6

** To represent numbers using counter and a tens frame

***To represent numbers 3 different ways.

****To represent numbers 4 or more different ways


Below is an example 


Please can you do the same for the numbers 37, 45, 61 and 87.

Thursday 4th February 2021


To understand tens and ones and represent this on the part whole model.

Year 1 - Numbers to 20
Year 2 - Numbers to 100

Today you will need your tens and ones and your part whole model.

Ask your adult to choose a suitable number for you and...

*Say how many tens and how many ones are in your number.
** Use your tens and ones to make your number.
*** Use your tens and ones to make your number and then move this over to your part whole model.
****Use your tens and ones to make your number. Move this over to your part whole model and write an addition number sentence e.g. 24 = 20+4


An example is shown below.

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Friday 5th February

Year 1 - Numbers to 20
Year 2 - Numbers to 100


* Fill in the missing 'whole' of the part whole model.
** Fill in the missing 'whole' of the part whole model and write a number sentence for it.
*** Fill in the missing numbers of the part whole models.
**** Fill in the missing numbers of the part whole models and write a number sentence for it.

I have included a blank version in case you want to do some of your own. Please download from below as it would not upload in the normal way. Once downloaded, if the objects are all in the wrong place then you need to click on the 'enable editing' button. If this does not fix it then please message Mrs Fowler on ClassDojo with your email address and I will try to send it to you that way :)  


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