Unit A – Number Places

This maths scheme of work for Key Stage One gets the children to compare, order and sort numbers to twenty by their matching properties and the place value of their numerical digits. The class can use concrete equipment and diagrams to model and illustrate the values of different numbers to twenty.

Compare, order and sort different numbers to twenty by their matching  properties and the place value of their numerical digits

## Lesson One : Words and Digits

Count and match different numbers of objects to twenty using words and digits

## Lesson Two : Tens and Ones

Identify and record the sets of tens and ones that comprise different numbers to twenty

## Lesson Three : Biggest Number

Identify and compare the value of pairs of numbers to twenty using their matching tens and ones

## Lesson Four : Number Dominoes

Generate and compare the value of different numbers to twenty using concrete apparatus and diagrams

## Lesson Five : Number Lines

Identify and complete sequences of numbers recorded in words and digits to twenty

## New Teaching Resources for Key Stage One

• Favourite Food
Use commas to list favourite foods that can be eaten at different family meal times
• Mini-beasts
Use commas to write lists about different mini-beasts that can be found in the school grounds
• Holidays
Use commas to write lists describing activities that can be completed in different holiday locations
• City Pavements
Select and compare different shapes used in tessellating patterns found on city pavements