Year 1 Autumn Term: Block 4 Number and Place Value
This time with numbers up to 20. The teen numbers can prove tricky to grasp so plenty of counting up to 20 is needed. An abacus is a good way to show how a 2-digit number is made up of tens and ones.
Ordering numbers in the teens will involve showing numbers in various ways: as numbers, in words and pictures/concrete objects.
Maths Mastery: on-screen activities for number
On-screen activities using numbers up to 20.
Find a number between two other numbers.
Find one more than or one less than the number shown on the base 10 blocks.
Write numbers from 11 to 20 by reading the value of base 10 blocks.
Maths mastery worksheets: count forwards and backwards to 20
Children will build on their knowledge to count up to 20 and understanding tens and ones.
Counting beyond ten is an important step and this is a great set of pages to provide practice for this.
Fill in the missing numbers on the leaves Colin is going to eat before he becomes a beautiful butterfly.
The abacus is a great way to show how tens and ones work.
Further work on counting to 20 using number lines.
Using part whole models to help with understanding numbers between 11 and 19.
Maths Mastery: order numbers
Compare and order numbers up to 20; identifying one more and one less.
Wizards can almost find one less and one more by magic.
Put these larger numbers in order, starting with the smallest.
Ordering numbers from 10 to 20 written in numbers and words.