1. Monday - Butterflies on 10 frames
Last week we used a part-whole model to learn pairs of numbers that make 10 e.g. 5 and 5, 8 and 2 etc. This week we will use a different method called a 10 frame. It is a grid of 10 squares. Some squares will be filled in and some empty. So the number of squares filled in and the number of empty squares will make 10 - have a look at the example.
2. Tuesday - Dots on 10 frames
Use the 10 frames on this page of the work pack to help you write sums to make 10. Have a look at this example first.
Wednesday - Blank 10 frames
Practise making your own pairs to make 10. Pick a number and draw that many dots on a blank 10 frame. How may dots and how many empty squares? Use these numbers to complete the sums.
Complete your own 10 frames and sums on each page by drawing dots and writing numbers as in the example below. See how many pairs you can find to make 10.
4. Thursday - Ladybirds
Draw dots on ladybirds so that they have 10 dots all together. Then write the missing number to complete the sum. Here is one example:
5. Friday - Number Sentences
We have been practising pairs of numbers that make 10 for 2 weeks now. See how many you can remember without needing to count anything. If you need to, you could use a 10 frame or the 10 butterflies or even 10 objects to help you if you need it.
Try to complete each number sentence on this page of the workpack by trying to remember what goes with each number to make. Write in the missing numbers.
1 + ____ = 10