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Early - Number, money and measure

Standard E.NS.1.2 - Practice solving addition sentences to make a specific number up to 10.

Included Skills:

Number and number processes
I have explored numbers, understanding that they represent quantities, and I can use them to count, create sequences and describe order.
I use practical materials and can 'count on and back' to help me understand addition and subtraction, recording my ideas and solutions in different ways.
Explains that zero means there is none of a particular quantity and is represented by the numeral 0.
Recalls the number sequence forwards within the range 0 - 30, from any given number.
Recalls the number sequence backwards from 20.
Identifies and recognises numbers from 0 to 20.
Orders all numbers forwards and backwards within the range 0 - 20.
Identifies the number before, the number after and missing numbers in a sequence within 20.
Uses one-to-one correspondence to count a given number of objects to 20.
Identifies 'how many?' in regular dot patterns, for example, arrays, five frames, ten frames, dice and irregular dot patterns, without having to count (subitising).
Groups items recognising that the appearance of the group has no effect on the overall total (conservation of number).
Uses ordinal numbers in real life contexts, for example, 'I am third in the line'.
Uses the language of before, after and in-between.
Counts on and back in ones to add and subtract.
Doubles numbers to a total of 10 mentally.
When counting objects, understands that the number name of the last object counted is the name given to the total number of objects in the group.
Partitions quantities to 10 into two or more parts and recognises that this does not affect the total.
Adds and subtracts mentally to 10.
Uses appropriately the mathematical symbols +, - and =.
Solves simple missing number problems.

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