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3 Series B Contents Topic Section 1 1 Answers to (pp. 20 (pp. 1 67) 1 13) mtching numbers to numbers 20 nd mounts 1 numbers numerls to nd 50 words 14 numbers loction nd to 100 order 23 counting plce vlue bckwrds to counting skip counting from different strting points 42 ordinl numbers 54 Topic 2 to 50 (pp ) frctions 62 counting by 1s mtching numbers nd mounts numerls nd words Section 2 Assessment with nswers (pp ) counting bckwrds numbers to loction nd order (bridging decdes) numbers to loction nd order numbers to Topic 3 plce to vlue 100 to (pp ) 80 counting skip counting by 1s 84 ordinl numerls numbers nd words 88 loction frctions nd order 90 Dte completed / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / Topic 4 Plce vlue to 99 (pp ) counting nd orgnizing tens nd ones using numerl expnders identifying plce vlues compring nd sequencing / / / / / / / / / / Series Author: Rchel Flenley Copyright
4 Series B Contents Topic 5 Skip counting (pp ) by 5s by 2s odd nd even numbers by 10s by 10s off decde loction nd order by 2s, 5s or 10s Dte completed / / / / / / / / / / / / / / Topic 6 Ordinl numbers (pp ) order numbers to 10th months of the yer dys nd dtes explore further Topic 7 Frctions (pp ) hlves of shpes hlves of groups / / / / / / / / / / / / Series Author: Rchel Flenley Copyright
5 to 20 mtching numbers nd mounts 1 How mny fi ngers? b 5 2 c d 9 3 e f 1 6 g h 4 8 i j 10 7 B 1 1
6 to 20 mtching numbers nd mounts You will need: blck pen or pencil coloured pencils Wht to do: Wht nimls live in jungle? Tlk bout this with friend. 3 nimls you might fi nd re drwn below for you. Techer check. b Choose 3 more nimls to live in your jungle. Use blck pen or pencil nd drw 1 in ech box below. Answers will vry. c How mny of ech niml will be in your jungle? Choose number between 1 nd 10 nd write it in the box below the niml. Observe students. 2 B 1
7 to 20 mtching numbers nd mounts 1 Drw your nimls with blck pen or pencil. Mke sure you put the right mount in! Observe students. Wht to do next: Ask friend to fi nd nd colour the nimls. Ask them how mny of ech they found. Were they right? Check ginst your pln. Observe students. B 1 3
8 to 20 mtching numbers nd mounts 1 Write the number tht mtches the mount. b c d e f g h i j B 1
9 to 20 mtching numbers nd mounts You will need: prtner 10 counters scissors Wht to do: Cut out the crds nd spred them out fce up. Decide who will go fi rst. Plyer 1, close your eyes nd tke some of the counters without counting. Open your eyes. Count the counters nd tke the crd with the mtching number. Put the counters bck. Plyer 2, hve turn. Keep going until ll the crds re gone. If the number hs been tken lredy, bd luck! You miss tht turn. The plyer with the most crds t the end of the gme, wins. Observe students. one two three four fi ve copy six seven eight nine ten 1 one 2 two 3 three 4 four 5 fi ve 6 six 7 seven 8 eight 9 nine 10 ten B 1 5
10 to 20 numerls nd words 1 Cut out the words nd numbers. Mix them up nd then join the number to the right word. Glue the pirs into your Mth book. Observe students. copy eleven sixteen twelve seventeen thirteen eighteen fourteen nineteen fifteen twenty 6 B 1
11 to 20 numerls nd words You will need: prtner pencil Wht to do: Sit next to your prtner. Decide who will go fi rst. Plyer 1, drw number between 1 nd 20 in the ir. Plyer 2, guess the number. If you guess it, write the number in box below. If you disgree, get nother person to wtch nd decide. Ply until you both hve 10 numbers. Observe students. Wht to do next: Are these right? the right ones. If they re wrong, write them properly. You write seventeen like this b You write fourteen like this c You write sixteen like this d You write nineteen like this B 1 7
12 to 20 loction nd order 1 Fill in the missing numbers Sy these counting numbers out loud. Are they in the right order? If not, put them in the right order. Sy them gin. Do they sound right now? b Try these B 1
13 to 20 loction nd order You will need: prtner counter Wht to do: Decide who will go fi rst. Plyer 1, put counter over one of the numbers. Plyer 2, guess the hidden number. If you guess right, write down the number. Swp. Cn you both get to 10 numbers? Nme: Nme: Answers will vry. B 1 9
14 to 20  loction nd order 1 Write the numbers tht come before nd fter b c d Write 3 numbers tht re less thn me. Write 3 numbers tht re more thn me. less thn Answers will vry. 9 more thn Answers will vry. 3 Write 3 numbers tht re less thn me. Write 3 numbers tht re more thn me. less thn 13 more thn Answers will vry. Answers will vry. 10 B 1
15 to 20 loction nd order You will need: prtner scissors copy Wht to do: Cut out the crds, mix them up nd spred them fce up. Close your eyes nd tke number. One of you fi nds the number tht comes before it, the other plyer fi nds the number tht comes fter it. Put the number crds bck. Swp jobs for the next round. Ply 10 rounds. Observe students B 1 11
16 to 20 counting bckwrds 1 Climb down the ldders nd fi ll in the missing numbers b Sying the numbers out loud helps. 2 Prctise counting bckwrds from 20 out loud to friend. Ech time you do it with help, drw little. Ech time you do it without ny help, drw big. Answers will vry B 1
17 to 20 counting from different strting points 1 Count forwrds long these pths. Fill in the gps b Wtch out! The pths strt t different numbers. c Count bckwrds long these pths. Fill in the gps b Work with friend. Choose number tht is 20 or less. Close your eyes nd together, count bck from tht number to zero. Every time you do it right, give yourselves bckwrds check! Answers will vry B 1 13
18 to 50 counting by 1s 1 Colour the counting numbers from 20 to 50 to help the butterfly fi nd the flower Where will 50 steps tke you? Work with friend to fi nd out. Where do you think you will end up fter 50 steps? Tke the steps, counting out loud s you go. Ws it closer or further thn you thought? Now try new direction. Answers will vry. 14 B 2
19 to 50 counting by 1s 1 Join the dots from 1 to 50 to crete this picture B 2 15
20 to 50 mtching numbers nd mounts 1 Circle the shpes to mtch the number. b c d Drw 29 tringles. Wht is the best wy to drw them so it is esy for someone else to count them? Answers will vry. Observe: Do students orgnize the tringles into groups of tens nd ones? 16 B 2
21 to 50 numerls nd words 1 Prctise writing these number words. Look Trce Write 20 twenty twenty twenty 30 thirty thirty thirty 40 forty forty forty 50 fi fty fifty fifty 2 Choose number on the left nd number on the right tht you think go together. Colour them the sme colour. Explin your thinking to friend. 5 fi ve 4 four 3 three 2 two 40 forty 50 fi fty 20 twenty 30 thirty B 2 17
22 to 50 numerls nd words You will need: prtner scissors copy Wht to do: Cut out the crds on these two pges. Spred out the numbers fce down in 1 group nd spred out the words fce down in nother group. Decide who will go fi rst. Plyer 1, turn over 1 crd from the number group nd 1 crd from the word group. If they mtch, you keep the crds nd get nother turn. If not, turn them bck over nd Plyer 2 hs turn. Ply until ll the crds re gone. Who hs the most crds t the end? B 2
23 to 50 numerls nd words (continued) Observe students. twenty twenty one copy twenty two twenty four thirty one thirty three forty fi ve forty seven forty nine thirty six thirty seven twenty three thirty thirty two thirty four forty six forty eight twenty six twenty seven fi fty B 2 19
24 to 50 counting bckwrds You will need: prtner big outside spce Wht to do: Fill in the bckwrds chrt. You will use this to help with your counting Wht to do next: Go outside with your prtner. One of you will be the wlker nd the other one will be the helper. Wlk bckwrds slowly nd count from 50 to zero. The helper holds this chrt nd gives clues. They lso mke sure the wlker stys sfe nd doesn t wlk into tree! Swp jobs. Observe students....8,7 6,5,4... Try: Now try counting bck in 10s, 2s or 5s. Observe students. 20 B 2
25 to 50 loction nd order (bridging decdes) 1 Wht numbers come next? b c Wht numbers come before? b c Wht is nother word tht mens before? Wht is nother word tht mens next? Cn you think of ny more? before next erlier sooner previous fter following B 2 21
26 to 50 loction nd order 1 Use the 50 chrt to fi ll in the missing numbers on the puzzle pieces b c d e f Wht numbers could go on these puzzle pieces? b Answers will vry. 22 B 2
27 to 100 counting by 1s You will need: long strips of pper Wht to do: Begin t number 1 nd write the numbers to 100 in order on your strip of pper. Observe students. Wht to do next: Cn you keep going? How high cn you go? Write your biggest 5 numbers here. Answers will vry. Observe: Do students understnd the plce vlue of numbers over 100? Or do they write 1001 for 101? Try: Find wy to mesure how long your number strip is nd record it here. Answers will vry. B 3 23
28 to 100 counting by 1s You will need: prtner B popsicle stick with B on 1 side nd F on the other Wht to do: Decide who will go fi rst. Plyer 1, choose number between 0 nd 100 nd write it in the fi rst box below. Now flip the popsicle stick. If it lnds on F, count forwrds from tht number to 100. If it lnds on B, count bckwrds from tht number to 0. Plyer 2, check nd help if needed. If Plyer1 gets it right, give them check. Swp jobs. Ply the gme 3 times ech. Answers will vry. Wht to do next: If you wnt to sy bout the sme mount of numbers ech time you count, wht numbers should you strt with? Why? If you pick the number 94, do you hve to count forwrds lot or little? Wht bout if you hve to count bckwrds? Answers will vry. Observe: Do students understnd tht choosing number round 50 will help them void counting long strings of numbers? 24 B 3
29 to 100 numerls nd words 1 Which is the right number for the words? Colour the right one. twenty three forty six Sy the word out loud. Tht gives you clue. seventy nine forty fi ve eighty six Prctise writing these number words. Look Trce Write 60 sixty sixty sixty 70 seventy seventy seventy 80 eighty eighty eighty 90 ninety ninety ninety 100 one hundred one hundred one hundred B 3 25
30 to 100 numerls nd words You will need: prtner scissors tpe or glue copy Wht to do: Below re some numbers between 50 nd 100. Sy them out loud. Cut them out nd then cut crefully cross the dotted lines. Spred out the crd prts. Work with friend to put the prts bck together gin. When you re sure they re ll right, stick them onto piece of pper. Sy them out loud gin. Observe students Here re the numbers you re joining B 3
31 to 100 loction nd order 1 Drw lines to join the number to the right step. It might help to write the missing numbers in. 58 fi fty two sixty three seventy four eighty six eighty nine ninety two ninety nine 96 one hundred B 3 27
32 to 100 loction nd order You will need: prtner Wht to do: You re going to ply Guess the Secret Number with prtner. Plyer 1, choose number nd write it in secret plce. Plyer 2, sk questions bout the number. Plyer 1 cn only nswer yes or no. You cn sk questions such s: Is it in the 20s? Is it n even number? Does it hve 5 in it? You cn only sk question such s, Is it 48? 3 times so don t wste those questions! As you get informtion, cross off the numbers it cn t be. Cn you guess the number? Answers will vry. Guess 1 Guess 2 Guess 3 Answer 28 B 3
33 Plce vlue to 99 counting nd orgnizing 1 How mny? b 5 7 c d 5 10 e 11 f 15 g 20 B 4 29
34 Plce vlue to 99 counting nd orgnizing You will need: prtner pencils Wht to do: Ech choose number between 20 nd 30 nd write it down somewhere secret. Drw tht number of strs in the box below. Answers will vry. Wht to do next: Ask your prtner to count the strs nd write down how mny there re. Were they right? Ask them if they found the strs esy to count. If not, why not? Record their nswer. Answers will vry. 30 B 4
35 Plce vlue to 99 counting nd orgnizing (continued) Now try: Choose different number between 20 nd 30 nd write it down somewhere secret. This time drw the strs in the frmes below. Drw 1 str in ech circle. Observe students. Wht to do next: Ask your prtner to count this new set of strs nd write down how mny there re. Were they right? Ask them if the strs were esier to count this time? If so, why? Record their nswer. Answers will vry. Observe: Do students notice tht orgnizing objects into groups mkes counting more efficient? B 4 31
36 Plce vlue to 99 tens nd ones Our number system is orgnized round tens. We do this to mke counting nd reding numbers esier. Here re some wys to show tens. 1 Circle the groups of ten. Write how mny tens nd how mny ones. b c 1 ten 2 ones 1 ten 4 ones 1 ten 7 ones d e f 1 ten 5 ones 1 ten 0 ones 2 tens 0 ones 2 Tke big hndful of popsicle sticks. Find wy to orgnize the popsicle sticks into groups of tens nd ones. Drw wht you did here. Answers will vry. Observe: Do students clerly bundle or seprte the tens from the ones? 32 B 4
37 Plce vlue to 99 tens nd ones How mny counters re there? This is 1 group of ten nd 3 ones. We write the tens fi rst Circle the full groups of tens. Write how mny tens nd how mny ones. Then write the number. tens ones b 1 8 tens ones There is 1 group of tens nd 8 ones. I write the tens first c tens ones d tens ones B 4 33
38 Plce vlue to 99 tens nd ones You will need: prtner counters die Wht to do: Choose who will go fi rst. Roll die nd put the mtching number of counters in the frme. Write the number you hve mde on the chrt. Plyer 2 hs turn, then bck to Plyer 1. The fi rst person to 30 is the winner! You must roll the right number to fi nish. tens ones Answers will vry. 34 B 4
39 Plce vlue to 99 using numerl expnders We cn use numerl expnders to help us understnd numbers. tens ones Write how mny tens nd ones. Then write the number. tens 1 7 ones 17 b tens 2 0 ones 20 c tens 1 5 ones 15 d tens 2 3 ones 23 e tens 3 1 ones 31 f tens 4 2 ones 42 g tens 3 0 ones 30 B 4 35
40 Plce vlue to 99 using numerl expnders You will need: prtner 100 popsicle sticks 10 rubber bnds copy Wht to do: Cut out the numerl expnders. Tke turns writing secret tens nd ones number on the expnder nd then fold it up so it looks like this: Show your prtner the folded number. They need to mke tht number with popsicle sticks nd sy, 41 is 4 tens nd 1 one. Unfold the expnder. If they re right, bow to them nd sy, You re the king/queen of tens nd ones. Swp jobs. 4 1 Fold Fold Fold Fold Fold tens ones tens ones tens ones Answers will vry. 36 B 4
41 Plce vlue to 99 using numerl expnders 1 How mny tens? How mny ones? Write the nswer nd show the mounts in the tens frmes. 1 7 tens 1 7 ones b 2 2 tens 2 2 ones c 3 0 tens 3 0 ones d 3 2 tens 3 2 ones e 3 9 tens 3 9 ones 2 A number hs one 5 in it. Show wht the number could be. tens ones Answers will vry. Observe: Do students relize the 5 cn be in the tens or in the ones plce? B 4 37
42 Plce vlue to 99 identifying plce vlues You will need: prtner popsicle sticks Wht to do: Work together to nswer these questions. You cn use popsicle sticks to help. How mny tens in 50? 5 b How mny ones in 46? 6 c How mny tens in 23? 2 d How mny ones in 65? 5 e Do we write twenty three like 23 or 32? 23 Wht to do next: Mke up your own questions. Swp with your prtner nd nswer their questions. Check ech other s thinking. How mny tens in? b How mny ones in? c How mny tens in? d How mny ones in? Answers will vry. e Do we write forty seven like or? tens ones 38 B 4
43 Plce vlue to 99 compring nd sequencing More thn mens bigger. Less thn mens smller. 1 Mx sys 23 is more thn 32. Is he right? Colour the tens frmes to help you decide. Write Yes or No No 2 Now he sys 12 is less thn 21. Is he right? Colour the tens frmes to help you decide. Write Yes or No Yes B 4 39
44 Plce vlue to 99 compring nd sequencing 1 Write both numbers. Circle the bigger number. b Write the number to mtch the blocks. Then think of bigger number nd write it. How will you know it is bigger? b number bigger number number bigger number c d number bigger number number bigger number Answers will vry. 40 B 4
45 Plce vlue to 99 compring nd sequencing You will need: prtner 20 blue counters nd 20 green counters B 1 popsicle stick with B on one side nd S on the other Wht to do: Decide who will hve the blue counters, who will hve the green counters nd who will go fi rst. Plyer 1, put counter on ny number. Plyer 2, fl ip the stick. If it lnds on B, Plyer 2, put counter on bigger number. If it lnds on S, put counter on smller number. If it s right, Plyer 2 tkes both the counters. If not, Plyer 1 tkes the counters. Cross off the numbers. Plyer 2 then goes first. Ply 10 rounds. Who hs the most counters t the end? Answers will vry. B 4 41
46 Skip counting by 5s 1 Count by 5s to fi nd how mny fi ngers nd thumbs. b c d 5 25 e f Continue the pttern B 5
47 Skip counting by 5s 1 Drw 5 delicious pples on ech pple tree. 2 How mny pples re there ltogether? 3 If the frmer picks ll the pples from 2 trees how mny does he pick? 4 How mny pples would be left on the trees? B 5 43
48 Skip counting by 2s 1 Drw shoes or feet t the end of these legs. copy Answers will vry. 2 Cut out the picture. Line your box up with your clss mtes boxes. As group, count by 2s long the line. Write the number tht mtches your pir. Observe students. 44 B 5
49 Skip counting by 2s 1 Fill in the missing numbers. Sy them out loud s you write them Count by 2s to fi nd how mny eyes re looking t you. 30 eyes re looking t me! B 5 45
50 Skip counting by 2s You will need: stickers pencil Wht to do: Put sticker in ech box. At the end of ech row record how mny stickers you hve on the pge so fr Wht to do next: Sy the numbers you hve written out loud. Wht re you counting by? 2 s 46 B 5
51 Skip counting odd nd even numbers Even numbers cn be put into pirs. Odd numbers cn t. We sy even numbers when we count by 2s. 1 Count the shoes nd write the number. Write e if the number is even. Write o if the number is odd. 4 e b 5 o c 1 d 6 o e 2 Colour every squre with in blue. These re even numbers. Colour every squre with in yellow. These re odd numbers. Cn you continue the colouring pttern? B 5 47
52 Skip counting odd nd even numbers You will need: prtner coloured pencils Wht to do: Work with your prtner to test out this ide. Even numbers mke squres nd rectngles. Odd numbers don t. Choose some numbers between 1 nd 24 nd colour the boxes to mtch. Record your fi ndings below even 5 odd Cn you ever mke rectngles with odd numbers? Wht is specil bout them? Answers will vry. Odd numbers only work s single rows of boxes. 48 B 5
53 Skip counting by 10s 1 Count by 10s to fi nd how mny Count by 10s to help the puppy fi nd the pth home. Colour the squres Get 10 popsicle sticks. Write 10 on one, 20 on the next, ll the wy to 100. Mix them up nd then put them bck in order. Rce ginst friend. Who cn put them in order fi rst? Answers will vry. B 5 49
54 Skip counting by 10s 1 Count by 10s to complete this dot to dot Mke your own dot to dot. In the box drw 10 dots. Spred them out over the box. Count by 10s to lbel them from 10 to 100. Join them up. Wht picture hve you mde? Answers will vry. 50 B 5
55 Skip counting by 10s off decde 1 Which numbers would be in the grey squres? Write them in Finish the counting by 10s ptterns b Think of your own counting by 10s pttern. Answers will vry. Observe: Do students count off decde? B 5 51
56 Skip counting loction nd order You will need: prtner 10 blue counters nd 10 red counters Wht to do: This gme is clled Get Ten nd the im is to get 10 counters on the bord. Tke turns giving ech other one of the following instructions followed by number. Wht number is 10 more thn Wht number is 10 less thn Wht number is 1 more thn Wht number is 1 less thn When you fi nd the nswer, put counter on it. Ply until you both hve 10 counters on the bord. Observe students Wht to do next: Too esy? Try plying 20 more or less or 5 more or less. Answers will vry. 52 B 5
57 Skip counting by 2s, 5s or 10s 1 How mny toes? 60 2 How did you count the toes? Did you count by 1s 2s 5s 10s? Answers will vry. 3 Wht m I counting by? Is it by 1s, 2s, 5s or 10s? s b s c s d s B 5 53
58 Ordinl numbers order numbers to 10th 1 Drw yourself nd 4 friends witing in line t the cnteen. Write the position in the box. Answers will vry. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Who is 2nd in line? b Who is 3rd in line? c Who is 1st in line? Answers will vry. d Who is 5th in line? e Who is 4th in line? 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 54 B 6
59 Ordinl numbers order numbers to 10th You will need: prtner scissors 1 Cut out the ordinl numbers nd line them up in order. Ask friend to check. Now mix up the order nd get your friend to fi nd nd fi x the mistkes. Cn you trick them? copy 1st 3rd 5th 7th 9th 2nd 4th 6th 8th 10th B 6 55
60 Ordinl numbers order numbers to 10th Strt 1 Wht position? The is. 2nd b The is. 8th c The is. 6th d The is. 1st 2 Drw your own beding pttern with t lest 8 different beds. Strt Drw your nswer. Answers will vry. is 3rd. b is 5th. c is 1st. d is 6th. e is 4th. f is 8th. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 56 B 6
61 Ordinl numbers months of the yer 1 Ask 10 friends to write their nmes under the month of their birthdy. Answers will vry. Jnury Februry Mrch 1st 2nd 3rd April My June 4th 5th 6th July August September 7th 8th 9th October November December 10th 11th 12th B 6 57
62 Ordinl numbers months of the yer (continued) 2 Lbel the months with their ordinl number. Jnury hs been done for you. 3 Do you hve ny friends born in the  1st month of the yer? b 4th month of the yer? c 6th month of the yer? Answers will vry. d 12th month of the yer? 4 Is there busiest birthdy month? Which one? Answers will vry. 5 Drw 4 presents you would like to get for your birthdy in order of how much you would like them. Write the order. Answers will vry. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 58 B 6
63 Ordinl numbers dys nd dtes We use ordinl numbers when we tlk bout dys nd dtes. Sundy is the 1st dy of new week. copy 1 Cut out the dys of the week nd put them in the right order. Lbel them s 1st, 2nd nd so on. Get friend to check. Thursdy Sturdy Mondy Wednesdy Sundy Fridy Tuesdy 5th 7th 2nd 4th 1st 6th 3rd B 6 59
64 Ordinl numbers dys nd dtes 1 Mrk the specil dys on the clendr. Clire s birthdy is on the 1st of December. Drw. b Mggie got new ct on the lst dy of December. Drw. c Khlf s birthdy is on the 5th Wednesdy of December. Drw. d Do you know ny other specil dys? Mrk them. December Sundy Mondy Tuesdy Wednesdy Thursdy Fridy Sturdy B 6
65 Ordinl numbers explore further You will need: prtner long strip of pper pencils Wht to do: Work with prtner to solve this problem. Nin decorted 24 hts for her prty. She lined them up nd put ribbon on every 2nd ht. She put flower on every 3rd ht. She put strs on every 4th ht. Show wht the hts looked like. You might need long strip of pper! Wht to do next: How mny hts hve no decortions t ll? How mny hts hve ll 3 decortions? 8 2 B 6 61
66 Frctions hlves of shpes When we divide whole into 2 equl prts, we cll ech prt hlf. This is one whole pple. The pple is now cut into hlves. whole hlf hlf 1 Colour one hlf of ech shpe. b c d e f g h 2 Drw line to divide ech object in hlf. b c 3 Which shows hlf glss of milk? Circle it. or equivlent 62 B 7
67 Frctions hlves of shpes 1 All of these shpes hve been cut into 2 prts but only some of them hve been cut into 2 equl prts. Check the shpes tht re cut in hlf. It is only hlf when the two prts re equl! b c 2 Drw shpe. Cut it into 2 equl prts. 3 Drw shpe. Cut it into 2 unequl prts. Answers will vry. Answers will vry. Is the shpe cut in hlf? Yes Is the shpe cut in hlf? No B 7 63
68 Frctions hlves of shpes You will need: prtner pencils scissors Wht to do Cn you nd your prtner fi nd 4 different wys to cut the squres in hlf? Show the cuts with line. Then cut them out nd stick the mtching hlves in your book. copy Answers will vry. 64 B 7
69 Frctions hlves of groups We cn lso hve hlves of groups. There re 6 pples on the plte. Hlf of this is 3 pples. 1 Find nd circle hlf of ech group. Answers will vry. b One hlf of 8 is. 4 c One hlf of 4 is. 2 d One hlf of 10 is. 5 e One hlf of 2 is. 1 f One hlf of 12 is. 6 One hlf of 16 is. 8 or equivlent B 7 65
70 Frctions hlves of groups You will need: prtner pencils 10 counters Wht to do: Plyer 1, drw 8 strs in the boxes below. Ask Plyer 2 to cover hlf the strs with counters. Check tht they re right. How will you know? Now sk them to cover more thn hlf the strs. Check. Now sk them to cover less thn hlf the strs. Check. or equivlent Wht to do next: Plyer 2, drw 10 trees in the box below. Ask Plyer 1 to cover hlf the trees. Check tht they re right. How will you know? Now sk them to cover less thn hlf the trees. Check. Now sk them to cover more thn hlf the trees. Check. or equivlent Observe: Do students understnd tht hlf cn be mde in different wys? 66 B 7
71 Frctions hlves of groups You will need: pencils Wht to do: Hlf of the Smith fmily re femle. Wht could the fmily look like? Crete fmily portrit. Answers will vry. Observe: Do students understnd the fmily must hve equl numbers of mles nd femles? B 7 67
72 to 20 Nme 1 How mny fi ngers? b c d e f 2 Fill in the missing numbers Series B Topic 1 Assessment
73 to 20 Nme 3 Count bckwrds nd fi ll in the missing numbers b Drw line to mtch the number with its word seven four twelve fi fteen one 5 Write the numbers tht come before nd fter. 8 b 15 Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it mtches numerls to mounts to 20 orders nd writes numbers to 20 counts on from different strting points to 20 counts bckwrds from 20 mtches numbers with words to 20 identifi es numbers before nd fter to 20 Series B Topic 1 Assessment 69
74 to 20 Nme 1 How mny fi ngers? b 5 2 c d 9 3 e f Fill in the missing numbers Series B Topic 1 Assessment
75 to 20 Nme 3 Count bckwrds nd fi ll in the missing numbers b Drw line to mtch the number with its word seven four twelve fi fteen one 5 Write the numbers tht come before nd fter b Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it mtches numerls to mounts to 20 orders nd writes numbers to 20 counts on from different strting points to 20 counts bckwrds from 20 mtches numbers with words to 20 identifi es numbers before nd fter to 20 Series B Topic 1 Assessment 71
76 to 50 Nme 1 Circle the shpes to mtch the number. b c d Wht numbers come next? b Wht numbers come before? Fill in the gps Series B Topic 2 Assessment
77 to 50 Nme 4 Write the numbers. twenty two b thirty c forty six d fi fty e thirty fi ve f twelve 5 Use the chrt to help you fi ll in the missing numbers on the puzzle pieces b 24 c Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it mtches numerls to mounts to 50 counts on from different strting points to 50 counts bckwrds from 50 writes numerls to mtch words loctes nd orders numbers to 50 Series B Topic 2 Assessment 73
78 to 50 Nme 1 Circle the shpes to mtch the number. b c d Wht numbers come next? b Wht numbers come before? Fill in the gps Series B Topic 2 Assessment
79 to 50 Nme 4 Write the numbers. twenty two 22 b thirty 30 c forty six 46 d fi fty 50 e thirty fi ve 35 f twelve 12 5 Use the chrt to help you fi ll in the missing numbers on the puzzle pieces b c Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it mtches numerls to mounts to 50 counts on from different strting points to 50 counts bckwrds from 50 writes numerls to mtch words loctes nd orders numbers to 50 Series B Topic 2 Assessment 75
80 to 100 Nme 1 Mtch the numbers nd words to their spce on the pth. fi fty eight sixty three seventy four Which is the right number for the word? Circle the right one. fi fty three b eighty four c seventy nine Wht numbers come next? Fill in the gps b Series B Topic 3 Assessment
81 to 100 (continued) Nme 3 Wht numbers come next? Fill in the gps. c d Wht could the mystery numbers be? I m less thn 70. I m more thn 65. I could be b I m less thn 95. I m more thn 90. I could be c I m less thn 30. I m more thn 20. I hve 5 in me. I m d I m less thn 100. I m more thn 80. I hve 9 in me. I could be Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it Mtches numerls to mounts to 100 Counts on from different strting points to 100 Counts bckwrds from 100 Loctes nd orders numbers to 100 Series B Topic 3 Assessment 77
82 to 100 Nme 1 Mtch the numbers nd words to their spce on the pth. fi fty eight sixty three seventy four Which is the right number for the word? Circle the right one. fi fty three b eighty four c seventy nine Wht numbers come next? Fill in the gps b Series B Topic 3 Assessment
83 to 100 (continued) Nme 3 Wht numbers come next? Fill in the gps. c d Wht could the mystery numbers be? I m less thn 70. I m more thn 65. b I m less thn 95. I m more thn 90. I could be 66 to 69 I could be 91 to 94 c I m less thn 30 I m more thn 20. I hve 5 in me. d I m less thn 100. I m more thn 80 I hve 9 in me. I m 25 I could be 89 or 99 Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it Mtches numerls to mounts to 100 Counts on from different strting points to 100 Counts bckwrds from 100 Loctes nd orders numbers to 100 Series B Topic 3 Assessment 79
84 Plce vlue to 99 Nme 1 Circle the groups of ten. Write how mny tens nd how mny ones. b c ten ones ten ones ten ones 2 Circle the full groups of tens. Write how mny tens nd how mny ones. Then write the number. tens ones b tens ones 3 How mny tens? How mny ones? Write nd colour. 3 7 tens ones b 5 6 tens ones 80 Series B Topic 4 Assessment
85 Plce vlue to 99 Nme 4 Circle the bigger number b c d Write one number tht is smller nd one tht is bigger. 32 b 98 6 A number hs one 3 in it. Show wht the number could be. tens ones Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it Identify groups of tens nd left over ones Identify plce vlue in 2 digit numbers Compre nd order 2 digit numbers Recognize tht digits cn hve different vlues depending on their plce Series B Topic 4 Assessment 81
86 Plce vlue to 99 Nme 1 Circle the groups of ten. Write how mny tens nd how mny ones. b c 1 ten 7 ones 1 ten 4 ones 1 ten 2 ones 2 Circle the full groups of tens. Write how mny tens nd how mny ones. Then write the number. tens ones b tens ones How mny tens? How mny ones? Write nd colour. 3 7 tens 3 7 ones b 5 6 tens 5 6 ones 82 Series B Topic 4 Assessment
87 Plce vlue to 99 Nme 4 Circle the bigger number b c d Write one number tht is smller nd one tht is bigger. 32 b 98 Answers will vry. 6 A number hs one 3 in it. Show wht the number could be. tens ones Answers will vry. Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it Identify groups of tens nd left over ones Identify plce vlue in 2 digit numbers Compre nd order 2 digit numbers Recognize tht digits cn hve different vlues depending on their plce Series B Topic 4 Assessment 83
88 Skip counting Nme 1 Count by 5s to fi nd how mny toes. There re toes. 2 Fill in the missing numbers Drw b Drw through ll the even numbers. round ll the odd numbers. 84 Series B Topic 5 Assessment
89 Skip counting Nme 3 Count by 10s to fi nd how mny Finish the counting by 10s ptterns b If you were counting by 10s wht number would come before 80? Wht number would come fter 40? Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it Counts by 5s nd writes numbers to 60 Counts by 2s nd writes numbers to 30 Counts by 10s nd writes numbers to 100 Counts by 10s off decde Series B Topic 5 Assessment 85
90 Skip counting Nme 1 Count by 5s to fi nd how mny toes There re 60 toes. 2 Fill in the missing numbers Drw b Drw through ll the even numbers. round ll the odd numbers. 86 Series B Topic 5 Assessment
91 Skip counting Nme 3 Count by 10s to fi nd how mny Finish the counting by 10s ptterns b If you were counting by 10s wht number would come before 80? Wht number would come fter 40? Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it Counts by 5s nd writes numbers to 60 Counts by 2s nd writes numbers to 30 Counts by 10s nd writes numbers to 100 Counts by 10s off decde Series B Topic 5 Assessment 87
92 Ordinl numbers 1 Look t the line. Cr is 1st in line. Nme Cr Joe Sm Ali Tim Lis Nur Mrwn Who is 2nd? b Who is 7th? c Who is lst? d Who is fter Lis? e Who is in front of Lis? Strt Finish 2 Drw before the b fter the c next to the d t the end. Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it Recognizes position nd ordinl numbers to 10th Understnds positionl terms before, fter, behind, in front, next to 88 Series B Topic 6 Assessment
93 Ordinl numbers 1 Look t the line. Cr is 1st in line. Nme Cr Joe Sm Ali Tim Lis Nur Mrwn Who is 2nd? Joe b Who is 7th? Nur c Who is lst? Mrwn d Who is fter Lis? Nur e Who is in front of Lis? Tim Strt Finish 2 Drw before the b fter the c next to the d t the end. Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it Recognizes position nd ordinl numbers to 10th Understnds positionl terms before, fter, behind, in front, next to Series B Topic 6 Assessment 89
94 Frctions Nme 1 Colour one hlf of ech shpe. b c d 2 Check the circles tht re cut in hlf. b c 3 Find nd circle hlf of ech group. b One hlf of 8 is. One hlf of 4 is. c One hlf of 10 is. Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it Recognizes hlf of shpe Understnds tht hlves re equl Recognizes hlf of group (to 10) 90 Series B Topic 7 Assessment
95 Frctions Nme 1 Colour one hlf of ech shpe. b c d 2 Check the circles tht re cut in hlf. b c 3 Find nd circle hlf of ech group. b One hlf of 8 is. 4 One hlf of 4 is. 2 c One hlf of 10 is. 5 or equivlent Skills nd understndings Not yet Kind of Got it Recognizes hlf of shpe Understnds tht hlves re equl Recognizes hlf of group (to 10) Series B Topic 7 Assessment 91
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