# Lesson video

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Hello there, maths superstars.

It's Mrs Khaira, and it's my fabulous assistant, Patch.

Now in this lesson, we're going to be looking at ordering and exploring numbers within 15.

I think we should start because we've got lots to do today.

Let's do this now.

Now for today's lesson, you're going to need the following items. You will need some counting objects.

I've got some cubes for today.

But perhaps you can use some counters.

And you'll also need Old Mother Hubbard's map.

That's available in today's lesson resources.

So if you haven't got these things ready now, please press the pause button, go and collect what you need, and then resume the video.

Let's have a look at the picture in front of us.

It's a map and it shows all the places that Old Mother Hubbard visits to try and get something for Patch to cheer him up.

We're going to sing the full nursery rhyme today, and you're going to need your best singing voices to join in.

Are you ready to have a go? Let's begin now then.

What a lot of places Old Mother Hubbard visits to try and cheer Patch up.

So let's have another really good look at the map.

In this activity we're going to have a go at ordering all of the places that Old Mother Hubbard visits.

We're going to try and put them in order from the first thing that she does all the way through to the last thing that she does.

So let's look at the map now.

Where was the first place that Old Mother Hubbard visits? Can you shout the answer at the screen? That's right.

The first place that Old Mother Hubbard visits is the cupboard.

We're going to start on our map over here.

Where is the last place that Old Mother Hubbard visits? Can you shout it out to the screen or point to it? That's right.

The last place that Old Mother Hubbard visits is the hosier, all the way here at the end of the map.

I'm going to put my label for last just here.

Now let's have a look again at the map.

Now we know that Old Mother Hubbard visits the cupboard first.

Now, if we were to write that down as a number, it would look like this.

First is written with a one and a small S-T.

That's because this last sound in first is the S-T sound.

So Old Mother Hubbard visits the cupboard first.

Where does she go next on her journey? Can you shout the answer out at the screen? That's right.

First she visits the cupboard.

Secondly, she visits the baker.

So I am going to put my label for second just here.

Second is written like this, a two and a small N and D.

So she visits the cupboard, she visits the baker.

Where does she go next on her journey? Can you shout the answer at the screen? That's correct.

The third place that she visits is the joiner.

Now the joiner was able to get her a coffin.

He was the third person that she visited.

Great work, everyone.

Now after the joiner, what does Old Mother Hubbard do next? I wonder if you can whisper the answer to a partner.

Well done, everyone, that's right.

The fourth thing my Old Mother Hubbard does is take a clean dish to get Patch some tripe.

And there is a picture of the dish or the bowl.

That's the fourth thing that she does.

Now after that, where does she go next on her journey? I wonder if you can point to the screen, or you can say the word.

Great work, everyone.

The fifth place that she visits is the hatter.

She goes to buy Patch a hat.

I'm going to put my label for fifth just there.

A five and a T-H written in a small text, fifth.

After she visits the hatter to get Patch a hat, where does she go next on her journey? I wonder if you can shout the answer at the screen.

Great work, everyone.

She visits the barber.

Now, can you remember what she goes to buy from the barber? Well done, she goes to buy a wig.

The sixth place on her visit is to the barber to buy Patch a wig.

Good memory, everyone.

After the barbers, where does she go next? That's right.

The seventh place that she visits is the fruiter.

She goes to buy Patch some fruit.

But Patch is playing a flute when she gets back.

Naughty Patch.

After she visits the fruiter, can you remember where she goes next? That's right.

After she visits the fruiter, she goes to drop by the tailor's.

That's the eighth place where she visits.

She wants to buy Patch a coat.

But when she gets back, he's riding a goat.

Silly dog.

After the tailor, can you remember where she goes next? That's right, she goes to the cobbler, and the cobbler provides her with some shoes.

He is the ninth person that she visits in this journey.

After that, can you remember where she goes next? Correct if you said seamstress.

Well done.

After she visits the seamstress.

She is the 10th person on her journey.

And do you remember where the last place is that Old Mother Hubbard visits? That's right, everyone.

It's the hosier.

The hosier is the 11th person that she visits.

Well done, everyone.

You have helped to complete the map with our ordinal numbers.

Now let's have a look at our talk task for today.

You are going to need your map, you are going to need your labels, and you're going to need some counters to help you.

You will also need the help of your talk partner.

So in this activity, one of you is going to give an instruction and the other person is going to have a go at putting their counter in the correct place.

I'm going to show you an example.

So I am going to tell my partner that I would like them to put the red counter on to the second place that Old Mother Hubbard goes to.

Hm, let's have a look at the map.

Well, I know that the first place that Old Mother Hubbard goes to is the cupboard.

That must mean that the second place that Old Mother Hubbard visits is the baker's.

I'm going to put the red counter here.

Then it will be your partner's turn to have a go at giving an instruction.

Let's do one more together.

Maybe you can help me.

Now, can we put the blue counter on the place that Old Mother Hubbard visits fifth? I wonder if you can point to the place that she visits fifth.

Let's see if you're correct.

First she goes to the cupboard.

Second to the baker's.

Third she goes to the joiner.

Fourth she collects a clean dish.

Fifth she visits the hatter.

That must mean I have to put my blue counter here because the fifth place that she visits is the hatter.

Great work, everyone, if you got that right.

Now what I'd like you to do is press the pause button, have a go at this activity with your partner, see if you can give them some instructions and see if they can put the counter in the right place.

And then when you've had a go at the activity, you can resume the video and we'll carry on with our learning.

Great work, everyone.

Now we're going to carry on with our learning and we're going to have a go at exploring some of the numbers within 15 in a bit more detail.

Let's start by counting out a tower of 10 cubes.

Are you ready to help me? Let's go now.

One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, and 10.

There are my 10 cubes.

Now I want to share those 10 cubes out equally so that myself and Patch have the same number of cubes.

I think I'm going to use some sharing circles to help me.

There are my sharing circles.

The first circle is for me, Mrs Khaira.

And the second circle is for Patch.

Now I'm going to take each of the cubes and I'm going to share them out.

But I want to do this equally.

So I'm going to give one cube to me, and then I'm going to give one cube to Patch.

Let's see if you can help me do this now.

So I'm going to take the first cube.

Let's use our ordinal numbers.

The first cube is going to go to me.

The second cube is going to go to Patch.

That's the third cube is going to go to me.

The fourth cube goes to Patch.

The fifth cube goes to me.

The sixth cube goes to Patch.

The seventh cube goes to me.

The eighth cube goes to Patch.

The ninth cube goes to me.

And the 10th cube goes to Patch.

Hm, so that's all of my cubes in the sharing circles.

Now I wonder if you can use your careful counting finger and tell me how many cubes are in each circle.

Are you ready? One, two, three, four, five.

There are five cubes in my cycle.

How about in Patch's circle? Can you help me count? One, two, three, four, and five.

There are also five cubes in Patch's sharing circle.

Did we have any cubes left over? Are the cubes in both circles equal? We have created two groups, and in each group there are five cubes.

Great work, everyone.

Now it's your turn to have a go.

In a moment you're going to pause the video and have a go at the activity.

I would like you and a partner to take between 11 and 15 cubes, and using some sharing circles, have a go at sharing them out equally between two, three or four groups.

I would like you to try and record your answers down, perhaps by drawing your own sharing circles and the number of cubes in each one.

It will be good to see if there are any left over.

Let's see what patterns you find.

Once you've had a go to the activity, you can resume the video and we'll carry on with our learning for today.

Great work, everyone.

I wonder what patterns you discovered.

We're going to have a look at one more example together before we finish our lesson.

So I want to build a tower of nine cubes this time.

Can you help me count them out? Patch is ready to help as well.

One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, and nine.

There are my nine cubes.

Now I want to share those nine cubes equally so that we both have the same amount between myself and Patch.

I have got two sharing circles to help me do this.

The first sharing circle is for me, Mrs Khaira, and the second sharing circle is for Patch.

Now let's share the cubes out equally.

We're going to use all ordinal numbers again, starting with first.

Let's go.

The first cube is for Mrs Khaira.

The second cube is for Patch.

The third cube is for Mrs Khaira.

The fourth cube is for Patch.

The fifth cube is for Mrs Khaira.

The sixth cube is for Patch.

The seventh cube is for Mrs Khaira.

And the eighth cube is for Patch.

Ooh, we seem to have one cube left over.

Are our two groups equal? Let's check by counting.

How many cubes are in Mrs Khaira, in my group? Let's have a look together.

One, two, three, and four.

There are four cubes in my group.

What about in Patch's group? Let's check now.

There are one, two, three, and four cubes in Patch's group as well.

That means both groups are equal, and that means that we have one cube leftover.

We can't put that in a group.

And I wonder why there's one cube left over.

It's got something to do with the number nine.

Then number nine is what we call an odd number.

That means you can't share the number nine equally between two.

I wonder if you can have a think of any other odd numbers that you know, ones that you can't share equally between two.

Maybe you can tell a partner now.

Great learning for today, everyone.

Now, in lesson 10, we will be consolidating our learning of numbers within 15.

Patch and I look forward to seeing you then.

Bye for now.