Discover lesson plans, classroom worksheets and interactive activities to develop skills in maths for Key Stage One to teach about adding sets of numbers using mental and informal written calculations

Select and record matching sets of four numbers that make different sums to twenty

Select and record matching sets of three numbers that make different sums to twenty

• Easter Egg Shopping

Calculate the total cost of buying pairs of Easter eggs with prices in multiples of ten pence

• Tins and Cans

Identify and calculate the mass of different food tins and cans that are recorded in grams

• Dinner Date

Calculate the cost of buying different foods to serve for a special meal on Valentine’s Day

• Number Squares

Play games to identify numbers that one more and one less than numbers to twenty

• Before and After

Identify and record numbers that are one more and one less than different numbers to twenty

• Water Bottles

Practise selecting and adding a range of different capacity measurement recorded in litres and millilitres

• Shopping Receipts

Practise using partitioning to calculate the sum totals of different shopping receipts in pounds and pence

• Bakery

Count numbers of two pence coins to match money amounts for bakery products to twenty pence

• Turkey Dinner

Use partitioning to add pairs of two digit numbers to calculate the cost of a Christmas meal

• Santa’s Sack

Identify and record sets of money amounts with totals to twenty pence to match prices of presents

New Teaching Resources for Key Stage One

• Fraction Shape Spinners
Use spinners to select and divide a range of shapes showing different unit and non-unit fractions for halves, quarters and thirds
• Fraction Shape Dice
Select and divide a range of shapes using different unit and non-unit fractions for halves, quarters and thirds
• Summer
Identify, observe and record some of changes to the natural world that can occur during the summer including weather and climate and animal habitats
• Summer Assessment
Assess abilities in identifying, observing and recording some of changes to the natural world that can occur during the summer