Big Maths: Max 10 minutes
Doubling: Reacp doubling 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. If you can do this then you can double 60 (6 tens), 70 (7 tens), 80, 90 and 100. Give your child quickfire questions to answer in the whiteboard...repeat, repeat, repeat!
Division: Have some counters ready. Give your child 12 counters and ask them to make piles/groups of 2 then ask them to count how many there are altogether by counting in two's. You can say, '12 shared between 6 groups is 2'. Repeat with 15 counters and ask your child to make piles of 5. Repeat a few times making sure that your child makes groups of either 2s, 5s or 10s as these are the groups your child is expected to be able to count in.
Today's lesson should be pretty straight forward as we have looked at fact families a lot in big maths. Complete pg32 of pupil maths book by using the same 3 numbers to make 2 addition sentences and 2 subtraction sentences. Remember the BIG number always goes at the beginning of a subtraction calculation.
If you want a little extension activity for the end of this activity then give your child a missing number problem and ask them to write out a fact family in order to find the missing answer; 15 + ? = 19 OR ? - 8 = 11