Tag: CLIC

CLIC Targets – Week Beginning 19.4.21

C- I can read 3 digit multiples of 100.
Remember to..

  • Say the hundreds digit
  • Then say ‘hundred’

Attached below is a video you may want to watch. Ask your child to read the numbers below out of sequence.

200
700
400
300
800
900
100
500
600

L- 6+6, 7+7, 8+8, 9+9
We would love to see some videos of your progress learning these.

I- Fact Families
I know the fact families for 1d+1d facts

  • Remember to…
  • Copy the learn its
  • Write the switcher
  • Bring the total (sum) to the front, change the symbol and write the 2 answers.

For example 3+2=5, 2+3=5, 5-3=2, 5-2=3I have attached a worksheet with examples to try. There is no need to print the worksheet.
C-

  • : I can take a 1d number from a number to 20
  • Remember to…
  • Find the starting number
  • Count back the right amount… one jump for each number
  • See where you have landed

Ask your child to solve  the questions below.

20-3=
18-5=
14-2=
19-7=
12-5=
11-4=
19-9=
17-8=

 

You will find links to videos and worksheets on Google Classroom.

CLIC Targets – Week beginning 12.4.21

C -I can count past 100

  • Remember to…
  • say the last 2 digits as you normally do
  • Change the hundreds word when you get to ‘..99’

L- 6+6, 7+7, 8+8, 9+9

I- Worded addition problems.

  • Joey has 11 sweets, he gets 4 more. How many does Joey have altogether?
  • James has 10 sweets, Lucy has 3 more. How many does Lucy have?
  • Hannah has 10p she is given an extra 5p. How much money does she have now?
  • Lucy has 8 cakes, she makes 10 more. How many cakes does she have now?

(If your child is finding this easy give them some further questions with bigger numbers.)

C-   I can share 8, 12, 16 or 20 objects between 4 people

  • Remember to…
  • Take turns giving each person one at a time
  • Check at the end that everyone has the same amount

CLIC Targets – Week Beginning 8.3.21

These are our CLIC targets for the week:

C – CORE numbers

I can count to 100. Practise counting to 100, use the attached video to help.

As a challenge, can you choose a number between 1 and 100 and have your child count on from that number?

L – Learn It’s

4+3, 5+3, 6+3

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

We would love to see a video of some quick recall!

I – Jigsaw numbers to 10

Revisit jigsaw numbers to 10. Can you recall them instantly?

Follow the link to Top Marks, Hit the Button – Number Bonds – make 10

C – I can read, arrange and solve an addition number sentence
I can read a number sentence
“3+4=”
Read it:
– Read your number sentence
– Say ‘add’ for +
– Say ‘equals’ for =

Arrange it:
– Set out the number of objects for the sentence
3 (blocks) plus 4 (blocks)

Solve it:
– Add the 2 amounts together
– Count how many there are altogether

Practice with these number sentences:
5 + 2
3 + 4
6 + 1
7 + 2
2 + 6

If you would like a further challenge you could start to work with number above 10.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

CLIC Targets – Week beginning 22.02.21

These are our CLIC targets for this week:

 

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

CLIC Targets – Week Beginning 08.02.21

You’ll see below that many of our CLIC targets have remained the same as last week. Keep trying to practice these targets over the coming days and bolster your child’s confidence. Counting- I can count to 100. I have attached a video below. We love using Jack Hartman in class to get moving and counting. There are lots of his videos available on Youtube.

Learn Its-

The learn its schedule 5: 4+2, 5+2, 6+2, 7+2,9+2, 4+3, 5+3, 6+3

The aim across the next term is to develop quick recall of these addition sums. Practise them for a short amount of time each day. You could use fingers or concrete materials if your child needs this support. Over the coming weeks we will work towards your child being able to instantly feel confident with the answers to these sums. We’d love to see videos of your progress.

 

It’s Nothing New- Doubling and Halving within 20.

We have worked on both doubling and halving within 20 over the last few weeks. This week we would like you to give your child a mixture of doubling and halving questions to solve to see if they can confidently distinguish between the two. Hit the button can still be used to help develop quick recall.

 

Calculations- Multiplication:

I can find the total amount of blocks (Sets out 3 lots of 4 blocks and finds the total)

Remember to:

-Set out one ‘lot of’ 4

-Set out another ‘lot of’ 4

-Set out one more ;lot of’ 4

-Check you have 3 groups

-Check there are 4 blocks in each group

Give your child concrete materials to physically make groups for you. For example ask them to make 5 groups of 2. Once they have set out their groups, ask your child to find the total for you.  Again we would love to see any photos or videos of your progress.

You will find 2 additional videos on Google Classroom to support these targets.

Links:

Hit the Button: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Video (Count to 100) : https://youtu.be/3txltaYkTyE

 

P2 CLIC targets – week beginning 29.09.20

C-  CORE NumbersI can understand numbers to 10.

Compare

Order

Round Numbers

Estimate

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

P2 CLIC Targets Week Beginning 21.9.20

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