HOME LEARNING Nightingale I know and understand Numbers, counting and place value TERM 3 & 4 I can show what I know 1. Learn your number bonds to ten or twenty. 2. Roll a dice to create one or two digit numbers. Make a list of odd and even numbers. 5. Make up five addition and 6. Ask an adult to give you some coins. How much money have they given you? Draw around the coins and label the amounts. five subtraction number sentences. Write the answers to your questions. Calculation +-x÷ MATHEMATICS I can apply what I know 3. Here is the number 78 What is one more than 78? What is one less than 78? What is 10 more than 78? What is 10 less than 78? What else can you show? 7. Find as many different ways as you can to make 9 or 15. I can create 4. Create a poster to help you learn your 2, 5, or 10 multiplication table. 8. Create a picture using the answers from your two times table. For example, create a house using the answers. (You might need to give the money back!) Mental methods Solving problems Key skills 9. Count in tens to 100. Can you count backwards from 100 to 0 in tens? 10. Roll a dice and double the number. How quickly can you call out the answer? 11. Counting in tens is as easy as counting in ones. What do you think? Convince me! 13. Show lego towers/walls made from 10 bricks each. What’s the same and what’s different? What if we took some bricks away? 14. I have some apples in my bag. I take 1 out. How many might I have left? What if I put 1 in? 15. Jade bought a sweet for 6p. She paid for it exactly. Which coins did she use? There are 5 different ways to do it. Find as many as you can. 17. Subtract ten from these numbers: 18. What is the difference between: 18 14 and 3 12 and 5 9 and 2 16 and 5 14 17 21 19. Make a game to help you practise your number bonds to a number of your choice. E.g. 5, 10, 15, 20, 50, 100 12. When you start on an even number and count in twos you always land on an even number. Create a game to show this is true. 16. Choose from these four numbers: 2 4 8 3 Make these totals: 9 10 11 20. Make up your own maths home learning task and complete it! You need to complete six pieces of Home Learning in term three and five different pieces of Home Learning in term for. Choose one activity per week. Record your work in your book and make sure you date and number every piece. Hand in your work as soon as it is ready and record it on the class chart. Each successfully completed home learning activity counts for the Reward Scheme. If your Home Learning is of high standard and it is clear that you have spent a VERY long time working on it then your teacher may decide one piece of Home Learning can count as TWO pieces. However, this is your teacher’s decision.