C – CORE numbers

I can understand numbers to 10

- Show visually number stories e.g 5 = 3+2, 2+3, 4+1, 1+4 etc

L – Learn It’s

4+2, 5+2, 6+2, 7+2, 9+2

- We are working on instant recall of these number sentences, without using fingers or other materials

I – Doubling and Halving

Continue to work on doubling and halving within 20. Our doubling is coming along nicely, but we need some more practise with halving.

C – I can solve a subtraction number sentence

- e.g 6-6
- Remember to:
- Read the number sentence
- Set out the number of objects to start with
- Tell me how many you will be taking away
- Take the object away
- Count how many are left

This week our CLIC targets are:

C – I can read 2 digit numbers

L – I can count in 5’s up to 50

I – I can double 1 digit numbers

e.g 4+4=8, double 6 = 12

C – I can take away numbers of objects within 10

- count how many objects you have
- see how may need to be taken away
- count how many you are taking away
- check you are taking away the right amount
- count how many are left

**C**– I can count to 100.

**L-** Number bonds to 10. (0+10, 1+9, 2+8, 3+7, 4+6, 5+5, 6+4, 7+3, 8+2, 9+1, 10+0)

**I-I can double 1 digit numbers e.g double 4 is 8. **

**C**–I can add numbers of objects to 10.

‘*Remember to:*

*Find out how many there are in the larger group*

- Count on from the larger group

- Count on each one carefully’

**C- **CORE Numbers**: **I can understand numbers to 10.

**C**ompare

**O**rder

**R**ound Numbers

**E**stimate

*We will be exploring visual number stories E.g 5 = 3+2, 2+3, 4+1, 1+4, 3+1+1. *

**L- **Multiples of 10.

**I-**Doubling and Halving: I can double 1 digit numbers.

*Remember to: learn that double…*

*1 is 2*
*2 is 4*
*3 is 6*
*4 is 8*

*We will also be discussing the relationship between doubling and halving. *

**C**-I can add numbers of objects to 10.

Remember to:

- Find out how many there are in the larger group.
- Count on from the larger group
- Count each one carefully

**Counting- **

Reading numbers**– **I can read the numbers 11-20.

*Remember to:*

*Say what you see! (11, 12, 13, 14, 15)*
*Say the units digit first *
*Say ‘teen’ for ‘ten’ (14, 16, 17,18,19)*

**Learn Its- **1+2, 2+3

**It’s Nothing New-**

Doubling and Halving: I can double 1 digit numbers. ‘Double 4 is 8’

*Remember to: learn that double…*

*1 is 2*
*2 is 4*
*3 is 6*
*4 is 8*

**Calculations-**

I add the right number and can count how many altogether.

*Remember to:*

*Count how many objects you have*
*See how many need adding*
*Count out how many you are going to add*
*Add each one carefully *
*Count how many there are altogether*

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