At Westwood we follow the Maths No Problem scheme. This means we teach maths by using a real hands on approach and we incorporate as many life like experiences as we can within the children's learning.
We started off the year by looking at numbers up to 10. We thought about how this physically looked, then thought about how to write the numbers. We had to use our motor skills to put the correct amount of beads on to the skewer.
We looked at the numbers up to 10 again, this time counting backwards! We then got a ten frame out and spoke about what it is and how it can help us with our counting.
We have been looking at money this week in maths. We were given coins and had to work out how much they were worth with our partner.
We have been working really hard on our number bonds to ten this half term. We love singing this song to help us remember them!
I Know My Number Bonds 10 | Number Bonds to 10 | Addition Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann
Number bonds for 10 song. Number bonds are simply the pairs of numbers that make up a given number. Number bonds can also be called number partners or number...
In Year One we have to learn how to count in two's. This song helps us to remember how to count in two's in a really fun way!
Count by 2s Song
A song to teach kids how to skip count by twos. Careful! It speeds up... Subscribe! ➜ https://www.youtube.com/c/hopscotchsongs?sub_confirmation=1 Visit the H...
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