Maths monday counting on using number line Monday lesson

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Maths monday counting on using number line Monday lesson

  1. 1. Monday 7th April Miss Riley Have fun! If your stuck: •Have a think •Ask a friend •Ask an adult Give everything your best shot! Fantastic listening skills Stop sign
  2. 2. What can you tell me about ….
  3. 3. Rectangle
  4. 4. Pentagon
  5. 5. Hexagon
  6. 6. Octagon
  7. 7. Miss Riley has 8 Easter Eggs and Bronte has 3 how many do we have altogether? How could we work out this question? What could we use to help us?
  8. 8. LO: Use a number line to solve addition problems by counting on.
  9. 9. What must we do to solve this? • If Miss Riley saw 9 Easter bunnies and Alfie saw 4, how many did they see altogether? Steps to Success 1. Pick out the key information 2. Find the largest number to start from 3. Count the jumps on my number line
  10. 10. • If Miss Riley saw 9 Easter bunnies and Alfie saw 4, how many did they see altogether? Steps to Success I can .Pick out the key information .Identify the largest number to start from .Count the jumps on my number line
  11. 11. How would you use your number line to find out… • If Miss Riley counts 17 chick’s and Eris counts 5, how many do they have altogether? Steps to Success: .Pick out the key information .Identify the largest number to start from .Count the hops on your number line
  12. 12. How would you use your number line to find out… • If Miss Riley counts ___ chick’s and _____counts ___, how many do they count altogether? Steps to Success: .Pick out the key information .Identify the largest number to start from .Count the hops on your number line
  13. 13. Write your own Easter or Shape word problems for your partner to solve using their number line If a pentagon has 5 sides and a hexagon has 6 how many sides are there altogether?
  14. 14. I get this and feel very confident I think I get it but would like more time This makes no sense please explain again LO: Use a number line to solve addition problems by counting on.

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