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Collins New Primary Maths

Age 4-11

Speaking and Listening Ideal to encourage mathematical reasoning, this set of quick activities will develop and maintain your pupils’ speaking, listening and memory skills. ●

Year 1 Calculating ■

Recognise that addition can be done in any order (and that more than two numbers can be added together).

Say to the children:

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Designed to last 20 minutes, each activity contains questions to ask, a record sheet for the children, and further discussion questions.

Provide each child with the following: ■ a copy of Activity 18 pupil sheet ■ a pencil

Listen carefully. I am going to tell you some things to do. I will say them only once, so listen very carefully. Do only the things you are told to do and nothing else.

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If you make a mistake, cross it out. Do not use an eraser.

zero, one, two…twelve add plus makes equals

Each activity is also available as an editable Word document to enable you to customise the activities for your class.

There are 10 parts to this activity.

The activity 1. Look at rocket eight. Four, one and what other number make eight? Write that number on the rocket. 2. Look at rocket ten. Six, three and what other number make ten? Write that number on the rocket. 3. Look at rocket seven. Three, two and what other number equals seven? Write that number on the rocket.

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4. Look at the astronaut. Write your name on the astronaut’s suit. 5. Look at rocket six. Two plus one plus what other number make six? Write that number on the rocket.

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6. Look at rocket twelve. Six, four and what other number equals twelve? Write that number on the rocket.

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7. Look at rocket four. One add two add what other number equals four? Write that number on the rocket.

Multiply and divide numbers to 1000 by 10 and then 100 (whole-number answers), understanding the effect; relate to scaling up or down. ■ (Add and subtract 1, 10, 100 and 1000 to or from any whole number.)

8. Look at rocket five. Two and what other two numbers make five? Write these numbers on the rocket. 9. Look at rocket nine. Write down any three numbers that, when added together, make nine.

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11 Any two numbers that when added to 2 equal five. Any three numbers that when added together equal nine.

10. Look at the last rocket. Five add two add four equals what number? Write that number on the rocket.

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Discussion questions  Look at rocket eight. What is four plus one? (5) Five and how many more equal eight? (3)  Look at rocket four. One add two add what other number equals four? (1)

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Look at the last rocket. What does five add two add four equal? (11) Look at rocket five. Two and what other numbers make five? (1, 2) Did anyone write anything different? (3, 0)

 Look at rocket nine. What are three numbers that when added together make nine? (e.g. 3, 4, 2)

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Did anyone write some different numbers? (e.g. 2, 2, 5) Are there any others? (e.g. 1, 2, 6)

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 Look at the three rockets at the top of the sheet. What is eight, add ten, add seven? (25) How did you work it out? How else could you have worked it out? Did anyone work it out in a different way?

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