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This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to use partitioning to add pairs of two digit numbers to calculate the cost of a Christmas meal. The class can use an abacus to model how to divide numbers into their tens and ones to make them easier to add together when calculating money totals.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to use partitioning to add pairs of two digit numbers to calculate the cost of a Christmas meal

Learning Objectives

Recognise the place value of each digit in a two-digit number. Add pairs of two digit numbers by using partitioning.

Learning Outcomes

I can partition a number into tens and ones to support calculations. I can add a pair of two digit numbers.

Turkey Dinner

Teaching sequence to help the children use partitioning to add pairs of two digit numbers to calculate the cost of a Christmas meal

Christmas Food (support)

Activity cards to help the children practise adding pairs of two digit numbers to twenty pence to calculate the cost of a Christmas meal

Christmas Food (core)

Activity cards to help the children practise adding pairs of two digit numbers to thirty pence to calculate the cost of a Christmas meal

Christmas Food (extension)

Activity cards to help the children practise adding pairs of two digit numbers to fifty pence to calculate the cost of a Christmas meal

Christmas Plate

Template to help the children select and record prices of different foods that can be bought for a Christmas dinner

Number Abacus

Template to help the children use partitioning to add pairs of two digit numbers by dividing them into their tens and ones

Turkey Dinner

Interactive activity to help the children use partitioning to add pairs of two digit numbers to calculate the cost of a Christmas meal

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to use partitioning to add pairs of two digit numbers to calculate the cost of a Christmas meal

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