Lessons for Numbers

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  • Fan-tastic Numbers - … to Stage 5 of the Number Framework. Achievement Objectives: Achievement Objective: Specific Learning Outcomes: identify numbers between numbers up to 1000 know 1 and 10 more or less than hundreds numbers Required Resource Materials: FIO, Level 2, Number, Book 2, Fan-tastic Numbers, page 2 A number fan with digits …
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  • Compatible numbers to ten - … while these exercises are based around compatible numbers to ten, they include a number of other issues that are significant to the … variety of formats of problem. In fact, number one requires a subtraction with the numbers 6 and 4 - rather than an addition … complete compatible number equations. Exercise 4 Asks students to identify compatible numbers to 10. Exercise 5 Asks students to identify compatible numbers in …
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  • The hundreds board - … 2s, 3s, 4s, and 5s know the number 10 before and 10 after numbers in the range 0-1000 count forwards and backwards in 1s and 10s from numbers in the range 0-1000 Description of mathematics: Number sequence, AC (Stage 4) Required Resource … are being addressed are "how do numbers change when you add ten?", and "how do numbers change when you subtract ten?" Part … adding nine, you can make the number in the tens column one bigger, and the number in the ones column one smaller …
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  • Alien Estimates - … using an empty number line to help them visualise the distance of a number from its tidy number neighbours. For a number like 69 … numbers are going to be our number's neighbours? Which of these two tidy number neighbours is our number closest to? The students using number properties may start talking in terms of the number of hundreds …
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  • An Odd Spell of Maths - … connects the number of odd number addends with the result? The students may say: "When you add an even number of odd number addends, you always get an even number. When you add an odd number of odd number addends, you always get an odd numbernumbers are added, the total is always even. 2 odd numbers added together result in an even number. 2 sets of 2 odd numbers
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  • Crafty Combinations - … suits the problem. (One clue is the clustering of numbers around a middle number, as described above for question 3.) To encourage … use of combining strategies to add consecutive numbers for: * the numbers 1 to 20 * all the numbers on a hundreds board * multiples of … a difference if there is an odd or an even number of numbers to add? What instructions would you give someone who … whole numbers that are easy to add or subtract. b. Not always. Sometimes the numbers will not add up to whole numbers that …
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  • Counting on Probability - … branches from each of these outcomes. The number of branches will be the number of possible outcomes for the second coin. Step … x 10,000 = 6,760,000 number plates. Now there are 26 x 26 = 676 number plates with all zeros. So the … spin the spinner. Multiply together the number on the top of the dice and the number that the spinner rests on. How … the probability of getting an even number the same as that of getting an odd number? What event has probability 5/18 …
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  • Getting The Point - … the relationships between decimals and whole numbers and fractions. A number of representations are used including double number lines, ratio tables and place … is its top number (numerator) is greater than its bottom number (denominator); recurring decimals (ones where a section of the numbers repeat) indicate … , page 12. Level 3, Number, Friendly Fractions, page 13. Level 3, Number, Decimal Day, page 15. Link, Number, Book Two, Getting the Point …
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  • The Multiplier (larger 2-digit by 1-digit numbers) - … multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. It is designed for students working at Stage 6 of the Number Framework who are … working at stage 6 of the Number Framework who know the basic multiplicative number facts. The numbers in this unit should be kept to 2-digit and 1-digit numbers, allowing for the … . Level 3, Number, High-powered Thinking, page 22. Level 3, Number, Book 2, Movie Maths, page 6. Level 3, Number Sense and Algebraic …
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  • The Take-Away Bar 2 - … at this level involve subtracting a two-digit number from a larger two-digit number. Achievement Objectives: Achievement Objective: Specific Learning Outcomes … is about breaking the number into parts and subtracting the number part by part. The fact that the number being subtracted can be … up the numbers help? Would 6 be a good number to first move the slider to in 56 - 29? What number would not …
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