Addition and subtraction booklet containing teaching and assessment activities focusing on counting forward and back and identifying one more and one less. The activities provide opportunities for solving problems, communicating and explaining mathematical ideas and using mathematical symbols. This resource is part of the Supporting children with gaps in their mathematics understanding set of materials (Ref: 1168-2005).

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Addition and subtraction teaching activities for children to identify a number before or after a given number. Enables children to identify what is one more and one less than numbers to ten, then twenty, then thirty and beyond.

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Teaching activity for children who misunderstand meaning of ‘one more’ and ‘one less’ and do not consistently identify the number before or after a given number. Activity lets children know what is one more and one less than numbers to ten, twenty, and thirty and beyond.

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Beanbags teaching activity for children who misunderstand meaning of ‘one more’ and ‘one less’ and thus do not identify the number before or after a given number. This game helps children understand what is one more and one less than a given number. This resource is part of a pack (Ref 1168-2005G) that focuses on common errors and misconceptions in both multiplication and division and addition and subtraction and can be used in conjunction with an interactive CDROM (Ref 1706-2005),…

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Dropping pennies teaching activity to improve understanding of ‘one more’ and ‘one less’ and identify a number before or after a given number. This game of coins helps children understand what is one more and one less than a given number. This resource is part of a pack (Ref 1168-2005G) that focuses on common errors and misconceptions in both multiplication and division and addition and subtraction and can be used in conjunction with an interactive CDROM (Ref 1706-2005), which provides…

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Addition and subtraction teaching activities for children to count confidently forwards and backwards. Enables children to accurately count objects in ones to thirty, one hundred, one thousand and beyond, when rearranged and recognise small numbers of objects through systematic approaches.

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‘Ten-counter race’ is a game for children who do not identify a number before or after a given number. This resource help children who misunderstand meaning of ‘one more’ and ‘one less’ and do not consistently identify the number before or after a given number. This resource is part of a pack that focuses on common errors and misconceptions in both multiplication and division and addition and subtraction and can be used in conjunction with an interactive CD-ROM (Ref: 1706-2005),…

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‘Number card game’ to improve understanding of ‘one more’ and ‘one less’ and identify a number before or after a given number. This game helps children understand what is one more and one less than a given number, using number and dotty cards. This resource is part of a pack that focuses on common errors and misconceptions in both multiplication and division and addition and subtraction and can be used in conjunction with an interactive CD-ROM (Ref: 1706-2005), which provides…

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Use this overview to inform your planning and help secure children’s learning of the mathematics covered in Unit 2 of Block A: Counting, partitioning and calculating. This is one of five blocks within Year 5 of the Primary Framework for mathematics.

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This planning unit for Year 1 Block B Unit 2 (securing number facts, understanding shape) contains a table showing how the learning objectives and children's learning outcomes map to the Assessment for learning guidance, a learning overview which expands on the objectives for this unit with graphical explanations, and links to resources.

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