Food Halves

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to select and divide a range of food shapes used for different meals into their two equivalent halves. The class can select and record how to divide illustrations of different types of food into two equal groups.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to select and divide a range of food shapes used for different meals into their two equivalent halves

Learning Objectives

Recognise, find and name a half as one of two equal parts of an object or shape. Solve one-step problems involving multiplication.

Learning Outcomes

I can identify and record two halves of a whole shape. I can add pairs of numbers to make sums to twenty.

Food Halves

Teaching sequence to help the children select and divide a range of food shapes used for different meals into their two equivalent halves

Food Halves

Activity to help the children identify and record how to divide a range of food shape into their two equivalent halves

Two Halves

Template to help the children select and record how to divide a range of food shape into their two equivalent halves [enlarge to A3]

Food Halves

Interactive activity to help the children select and divide a range of food shapes used for different meals into their two equivalent halves

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to select and divide a range of food shapes used for different meals into their two equivalent halves

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