This week we have been learning how to partition numbers into tens and units. We started by identifying that 2 digit numbers have so many tens and so many units. We then broke this down to say if a number had 6 tens it would be 60. We used our knowledge of counting in tens to help us. We then wrote partitioning number sentences for 2 digit numbers. For example 60+3=63. We practiced using our learning partners and then had a go on our own.
Hello, I'm Mr Fidment. I have only recently joined the Park Street team in September and I am the class teacher in Team AF (Year 1). I have had an amazing time starting my first year of teaching and cannot wait for the year to continue! Although I enjoy teaching all areas of the curriculum, I have a passion for teaching phonics. When I am not in school I enjoy spending time with my friends and looking after a couple of pets I have.
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