Unit B – Number Digits

This maths scheme of work for Key Stage One gets the children to identify, record and compare the sets of tens and ones that can indicate the numerical values of different two digit numbers. The class can record number sums that can be used when adding the tens and ones to make different two digit numbers.

Identify, record and compare the sets of tens and ones that can indicate the numerical values of different two digit numbers

## Lesson One : Tens and Ones

Identify and record the place value of the each of the numerical digits in different two digit numbers

## Lesson Two : Money Sums

Identify and record ten pence and penny coins that make different money amounts to one pound

## Lesson Three : Number Splits

Record how to partition different two digit numbers into their matching sets of tens and ones

## Lesson Four : Number Sums

Select and record the tens and ones that can be used to complete addition number sentences

## Lesson Five : Number Squares

Compare and sort sets of different two digit numbers by the place value of their digits

• ## Word Sentences or

Select and use words with the common letter strings or to complete different sentences

• ## Word Sentences air

Select and use words with the common letter string air to complete different sentences

• ## Buses, Trains, Planes

Select patterned language to use when writing poems describing ways of travelling when making different journeys

• ## Poetry Display

Redraft and edit poems to display in the classroom describing transport that can be used for a range of journeys