Lesson Three – Biggest Number

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to identify and compare the value of pairs of numbers to twenty using their matching tens and ones. The class can use concrete equipment and diagrams to model and illustrate the values of the selected numbers to twenty.

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Learning Objectives

Compare the value of numbers to 20. Use the language of: equal to, more than, less than (fewer), most, least.

Learning Outcomes

I can compare the value of numbers to twenty using tens and ones. I can use the correct language to compare numbers.

Biggest Number

Teaching sequence to help the children identify and compare the value of pairs of numbers to twenty using their matching tens and ones

Number Cards

Activity cards to help the children select and record numbers that are bigger than numbers to twenty using words and digits

Biggest Number

Template to help the children identify and compare the value of pairs of numbers to twenty using their tens and ones

One Less

Interactive activity to help the children identify the numbers that are one less than different numbers to twenty

Biggest Number

Interactive activity to help the children identify and compare the value of pairs of numbers to twenty using their matching tens and ones

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to identify and compare the value of pairs of numbers to twenty using their matching tens and ones

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