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Lesson One – Christmas Savings

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to use counting on to add two digit numbers and ones to calculate money available for Christmas presents in whole pounds. The class can use concrete equipment and diagrams to model their number calculations when adding ones to two digit numbers.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to use counting on to add two digit numbers and ones to calculate money available for Christmas presents in whole pounds

Learning Objectives

Add numbers including a two-digit number and ones in the context of money. Use counting on when adding a pair of numbers mentally.

Learning Outcomes

I can use counting on to add a two digit number and ones. I can add a pair of numbers to solve a problem involving money.

Christmas Savings

Teaching sequence to help the children use counting on to add two digit numbers and ones to calculate money available for Christmas presents in whole pounds

Money Board

Activity to help the children select and record money amounts to complete calculations by adding two digit numbers and ones

Money Board (support)

Activity to help the children select and record money amounts to complete calculations by adding two digit numbers and ones

Christmas Present

Template to help the children make a Christmas ornament to display one of their addition calculations adding a two digit number and ones

Christmas Savings

Interactive activity to help the children use counting on to add two digit numbers and ones to calculate money available for Christmas presents in whole pounds

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to use counting on to add two digit numbers and ones to calculate money available for Christmas presents in whole pounds

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