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Hello everybody.

My name is Miss Sidhu and I will be working with Miss Bramble, to be doing some super duper Maths with you today.

Well, I'm super excited to start our Maths today.

So, let's get started.

Today, we're going to be looking at, to recognise, and read, and write numbers to 100.

This is a first lesson in our new unit of numbers, up to a hundred and beyond.

You will be looking at identifying and representing numbers using objects owned pictorial representations.

That means pictures, and looking at number lines and Dienes.

This will help us when we look at our next topic of addition and subtraction.

In this lesson, you will be counting in tens, and carrying on by counting in ones to find a total amount.

So, this lesson is number one of our topic.

You will need a paper and a pencil.

There are times when we have to pause the video to have a go at some of the activities yourself.

So let's get started.

Be prepared.

Here comes the lesson.

So, today, we have to start with a quiz and then we're going to do some key vocabulary.

So those are our star words.

We're going to be practising counting in tens and ones, and writing numbers up to 100.

An independent task where you will do some work and put the answers.

And then we will finally do a quiz.

Here's our star words.

When would you start words I've got my special star wand.

So we're going to do the star words and it will be my turn first, and then your turn.

Star words, star words.

Group of ten, tens, ones.

Count on.

Ten.

Twenty.

Thirty.

Forty.

Fifty.

Sixty.

Seventy.

Eighty.

Ninety.

One Hundred.

So, now we are going to be pausing our video so that we can complete the lesson quiz.

So pause and freeze, macaroni cheese.

Oh! Here, we've got a picture of one of the three little pigs.

In today's lesson, we need to help "The Three Little Pigs" with their building materials.

They need to build their houses before the Big Bad Wolf comes.

Here is one little pig who bought some bricks.

What a mess! These bricks are everywhere.

Can you help him by counting all the bricks? I think you're right.

It's very difficult to count all of these bricks when they're all over the place.

How can we make it easier? Have a think.

What could we tell the pig to do with these bricks to make it easier to count? I want you to pause the video and have a think.

So, pause, think.

Did you have a think? Tell me your ideas.

Shout them at the screen.

I can't hear you.

What great ideas.

Well done everyone.

I agree with you.

I think we need to tell Mr. Piggy to group his bricks into tens.

That way we can count them quicker than in ones.

Let's all tell him how now.

Can you shout to Mr. Piggy on the screen for me? Let's do it, my turn first, and then your turn.

"Put your bricks in groups of 10!" Now, your turn.

Well done everyone.

Mr. Piggy has managed to group his bricks into groups of 10.

Let's count these together.

Remember the stacks of bricks are now in tens so it's easier to start counting from 10.

Here we go.

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90.

Mr. Piggy has 90 bricks altogether.

How many bricks Mr. Piggy has? Let's have a look at the Dienes on the screen.

Now lots of you would have used Dienes at home or in your classroom.

And now we're going to be counting our tens and ones using the Dienes.

As we're home at the moment, we're going to practise just using the picture on the screen.

Here we have one tens Diene.

When we're using these Dienes, we know that we are counting in tens.

Let's do the first one together, 10.

How many Dienes do we have now? Let's count them.

One, two, three, four Dienes.

I know that four groups of 10 is equal to 40.

How can we check if I am correct? Pause, think.

Can you tell me how to check? That's right.

Well done.

We need to count them in tens.

I know if I point to each Diene, it helps me to count better.

So I want all of you to point to the Dienes when we count.

Are you ready? 10, 20, 30, 40, well done.

Four groups of 10 is equal to 40.

Here, we have another amount of Dienes.

Using the skills that we've just practised, can you tell me how many groups of 10 do we have here? Pause, and let's count.

Good counting everyone.

Can you tell me your answers? Wow, great work.

Let's check together.

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60.

Well done everybody! Super job! I think now you need a challenge.

Here's your challenge.

How many groups of 10 do we have here? I want you to pause, and think.

Super duper work.

10 groups of 10 is equal to 100.

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, and 100.

Now, let's see what it would look on a number line.

Here, we can see how it looks every time we add a group of 10.

When we start at zero all the way to 100.

Let's pause the video and practise counting from zero all the way to a hundred in tens.

This will really help you when we do our next task.

Hey Mr. Piggy again.

He tried his bricks into groups of 10, but he still needs some help counting them.

Can you help? Let's recap counting in tens using these bricks.

Oh, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven.

There are seven groups of 10.

I know that seven groups of 10 makes 70.

Let's count in tens to check.

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70.

Great counting everyone.

But there's more bricks.

We need to count the loose bricks.

Can we count them in tens like we did with the pile of bricks? Why not? Let's pause the video and have a think.

What do you think? Can we count them in tens? No, you're right.

But why not? Well, I know that a pile of bricks are grouped in tens, but the loose bricks are still in ones.

I know that we need to carry on counting from the tens.

So let's have a go together.

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70.

71, 72, 73, 74.

There are 74 bricks altogether.

So here I have 74 bricks, and I've got 74 shown in my Dienes.

I want you to have a look at the Dienes and I want you to pause the video and to count the Dienes using tens and ones like we've just counting.

How many Dienes did you count? Shout the answer.

Good job, everyone.

There are 74 Dienes.

Let's help another pig.

Here we have the second little pig, who's building his house out of sticks.

He needs to know how many sticks he has and he knows he's going to be doing some great counting today with you.

Can you count the sticks for him? Great.

Pause the video, and I want you to think and count all of the sticks.

Remember to count in tens and ones.

Did you manage to count all of the sticks? Let's have a look.

Oh, can you shout it out for me? A little bit louder.

Great job.

Let's count them together to make sure.

10 20, 30, 40, 50.

51, 52, 53, 54, 55, and 56.

There are 56 sticks.

Let's have a look, what it would look like with the Dienes.

Here are 56 Dienes.

Let's have a look what it will look like on the number line.

Here we have a number line.

We need to count the same way using the number line that we have been doing with the bricks and the sticks.

I want you to pause the video and remind ourselves how we have been counting.

Well done.

We have been counting in tens and ones, and then carrying the ones after we've counted in tens.

Before your independent task, you need to count in tens using the number line, and then carry on in ones.

Remember, when we use a number line to help us to count, we make jumps forward so the number gets bigger.

Here is the task for today.

I'd like you to count the bricks and write the total amount in the box.

There is also a number line for you to check the answer is correct.

Remember, you jump in tens like you're counting in tens, and then jump in ones like you're counting in ones.

For task two, here, you need to much the correct number in word form to the picture of bricks or sticks.

For example, the first number says 58 and the line is matching all the way to the picture of the bricks that has 58 bricks.

Here are the answers now.

For task one.

And here are the answers for task two.

Make sure you've checked if you've got them correct.

Have you got lots of them correct? Super duper! Well, I hope you've had lots of fun with our Maths today, and make sure you complete your end of lesson quiz to see how you've done.

Have a good day, bye.