This week in Maths we have been looking at grouping numbers into tens and more to help us count objects. Today we are looking at groups of tens and ones. I've attached a video link for you to watch and a worksheet. Don't worry if you don't have a printer, you can watch the video and have a think or write some of the answers down on some paper.
If you have a bit of extra time, have a look at topmarks for some more maths fun.
Enjoy your day!
Today we would have been carrying on with groups of tens and ones so rewatch the video above to jog your memory, then have a go at this worksheet. Just like yesterday if you don't have a printer just write the answers on some paper.
If you have some time draw some dienes to represent these numbers and tell us how many tens and ones the number has. Draw your ten dienes like a rectangle and your one dienes like a square.