CLIC Targets – 1.3.21

CLIC Targets for P1 Term 3 Week 8

C – counting

For counting we are going to develop our understanding of the numbers to 10. Try comparing or ordering some numbers. There is a Top Marks game to try for ordering. Can you make adding sums for any number to 10? E.g. 7 is 5+2 or 3+4 or 1+6. Use objects you have at home to help you. Or you can compare two numbers using the greater than/less than symbols.

L – learn its

Learn its are number facts which we try to remember and quickly recall without working out the answer. We now have to remember the doubles to 5 –

1+1=2  2+2=4  3+3=6  4+4=8  5+5=10

You can also practise these at home. These facts are done orally and not written down at this stage.

I – It’s Nothing New

These are facts like our learn its but instead of asking What is one add one? we say What is double one?

Can you double 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5?

C – Calculations

This week we will focus on subtraction.

Can you take away and find out how many are left?

Use objects you have at home and make a group to take away from. Try using different amounts to start with and take away different amounts.

Here are some links to games for improving number skills and video clips on greater than/less than.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/caterpillar-ordering

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/paint-the-squares

CLIC Targets – 22.2.21

CLIC Targets for P1 Term 3 Week 7

C – counting

For counting we are going to practise saying the numbers. You can go to 10, 20 or even 100 if you can manage. As a challenge try going backwards.

L – learn its

Learn its are number facts which we try to remember and quickly recall without working out the answer. We now have to remember the doubles to 5 –

1+1=2  2+2=4  3+3=6  4+4=8  5+5=10

You can also practise these at home. These facts are done orally and not written down at this stage.

I – It’s Nothing New

These are facts like our learn its but instead of asking What is one add one? we say What is double one?

Can you double 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5?

C – Calculations

This week we will focus on adding again.

Can you count two groups of objects altogether to find the total?

Use objects you have at home and form 2 groups to add together with different amounts. You could even try 3 groups of objects to add together.

Or practise your mental maths skills by adding in your head.

 

Here are some links for counting back from 20 or from 100.

 

CLIC Targets – 18.2.21

CLIC Targets for P1 Term 3 Week 6

C – counting

For counting we are going to develop our understanding of the numbers to 10. Try comparing numbers using the greater than/less than signs. Or make your own addition or subtraction sums within 10. E.g. How can we make 8 etc.

L – learn its

Learn its are number facts which we try to remember and quickly recall without working out the answer. We now have to remember the doubles to 5 –

1+1=2  2+2=4  3+3=6  4+4=8  5+5=10

You can also practise these at home. These facts are done orally and not written down at this stage.

I – It’s Nothing New

These are facts like our learn its but instead of asking What is one add one? we say What is double one?

Can you double 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5?

C – Calculations

This week we will focus on division.

Can you share out sweets fairly?

Use objects you have at home such as sweets, pencils, coins, lego blocks etc. and share them out to people or toys equally. Remember to give one at a time and in an order so you don’t miss anyone out. Try sharing between different numbers of people/toys such as 2, 3, 4 or 5. How many does each get? It should be the same number for each.

CLIC Targets – 8.2.21

CLIC Targets for P1 Term 3 Week 5

C – counting

For counting can you practise counting on and counting back 1? Ask – What is one more than…? What is one less than…?

L – learn its

Learn its are number facts which we try to remember and quickly recall without working out the answer. We now have to remember the doubles to 5 –

1+1=2  2+2=4  3+3=6  4+4=8  5+5=10

You can also practise these at home. These facts are done orally and not written down at this stage.

I – It’s Nothing New

These are facts like our learn its but instead of asking What is one add one? we say What is double one?

Can you double 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5?

C – Calculations

This week we will focus on subtraction.

Can you take away and find out how many are left?

Use objects you have at home and make a group to take away from. Try using different amounts to start with and take away different amounts.

 

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