Daily Challenges 1.6.20

Maths Challenge

Our Maths challenge today is going to be recognising tens and ones. You can use this video as a quick reminder of how to spot tens and ones in a number.

Can you work out how many tens and ones are in these numbers?

41=____ tens and ____ ones

57=____ tens and ____ ones

13=____ tens and ____ ones

79=____ tens and ____ ones

6 tens and 3 ones = _____

2 tens and 9 ones = _____

85=____ tens and ____ ones

Comment below to tell us how you got on!

Daily Challenges 22.5.20

Happy Friday!

Arithmetic this morning is all about Fact Families. Fact families are the inter-related addition and subtraction facts.
Please answer the following questions and let me know how you get on in the comments!

6 + 4 = ___

4 + ___ = 10

10 – ___ = 6

10 – 6 = ___

12 + 8 = ___

8 + ___ = 20

20 – 8 = ___

20 – 12 = ___

14 – 4 = ___

4 + ___ = 14

___ – 10 = 4

10 + 4 = ___

Daily Challenges 15.5.20

Happy Friday everyone!

Today’s arithmetic challenge involves a mix of the different types of number sentences we’ve practised so far. Good luck!

12 + 8 =

14 – 7 =

10 + 6 =

__ – 1 = 9

14 + __= 18

__ + 13 = 20

8 + 8 =

17 – __ = 10

Poetry Challenge:

Here are a few poems about seeds. Can you practise reading them out loud? Which is your favourite? You could perform your favourite one to your family.

Daily Challenges 13.5.20

Today’s arithmetic challenge involve missing numbers. You might use number facts such as doubles or number bonds to help you, or you could use a number line to count forwards or back to find the missing number.

12 + ___ = 15

16 – ___ = 10

15 + ___ = 20

___ + 6 = 10

10 + ___ = 14

17 – ___ = 15

20 – ___ = 12

___ – 3 = 7

Phonics Challenge:

Use phonicsplay to practice reading the Sound of the Week – ure. You will need to select ‘Phase 3’ and then click on ‘ure’.