We have been learning our odd and even numbers. Numbers ending in 1, 3, 6, 7 and 9 are odd. These numbers cannot be shared equally between 2. They cannot be halved.
Count to 100 using odd numbers
We have been learning about odd and even numbers. We know that an odd number cannot be shared fairly/equally between 2. We know that even numbers can be shared fairly/equally between 2. Today we worked in pairs to sort odd and even numbers. This was challenging as the numbers were being represented in a variety of ways! We worked well together!
We have been learning to share a number fairly. We know that fair means they needs to have the same each. This means they are equal. If they do not have the same each it is not equal.
We have been learning our number bonds to 10. We found the number bonds through partitioning using the whole part model
Number Pairs to 10
We have been learning to partition the number 9. Initially we just looked at the number pairs. Some of us naturally started to partition and record 9 in more than 2 parts.
Number Pairs to 9
We have been partitioning 8. We started exploring partitioning the number into more than 2 parts!
Number Pairs to 8
We are becoming more fluent at recalling our number pairs. Today we looked at 7
Number bonds to 7
Use this to help you recall the number pairs
Today we have been learning to partition the number 7. We are working hard to remember our number facts. We are becoming very confident using the whole;part;part model!
Number bonds to 6
This song will help you to become more fluent in recalling your number bonds to 6
We are learning how to partition the number 6 using the whole; part; part model
We have been learning how to partition the number 5 - we are becoming more fluent in recalling these number facts!
Brookfields Primary School
2 Hingeston Street, Hockley, Birmingham, West Midlands, B18 6PU