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Lesson Four – Christmas Stocking

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to calculate the total cost of presents needed to fill a stocking using different money amounts. The class can use concrete equipment and diagrams to model their number calculations when adding pairs of two digit numbers.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to calculate the total cost of presents needed to fill a stocking using different money amounts

Learning Objectives

Add numbers mentally, including two two-digit numbers. Applying their increasing knowledge of mental and methods.

Learning Outcomes

I can add pairs of two digit numbers by counting the numbers of tens and ones. I can write number sentences to show addition calculations.

Christmas Stocking

Teaching sequence to help the children calculate the total cost of presents needed to fill a stocking using different money amounts

Toy Prices

Activity cards to help the children select and add pairs of money amounts to calculate the total cost of presents needed to fill a stocking

Toy Prices (support)

Activity cards to help the children select and add pairs of money amounts to calculate the total cost of presents needed to fill a stocking

Stocking Prices

Template to help the children complete number sentences to show sums for pairs of money amounts to calculate the total cost of presents needed to fill a stocking

Christmas Stocking

Interactive activity to help the children calculate the total cost of presents needed to fill a stocking using different money amounts

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to calculate the total cost of presents needed to fill a stocking using different money amounts

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