Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will revisit parts of the unit: Numbers within 100 to explore partitioning 2-digit numbers and comparing and ordering numbers to 100.

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5 Questions

Q1.
What is the greatest even 2-digit number you can make from these number cards?
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34
45
53
Correct answer: 54
Q2.
What is the greatest odd 2-digit number you can make from these number cards?
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21
24
Correct answer: 41
42
Q3.
What is the smallest odd 2-digit number you can make from these number cards?
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56
Correct answer: 59
65
95
Q4.
What is the smallest even 2-digit number you can make from these number cards?
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27
Correct answer: 28
72
78
Q5.
Can you make an even number with these digit cards?
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Correct answer: No
Yes

5 Questions

Q1.
What equation does this part whole model represent?
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43 = 20 + 23
43 = 3 + 13
Correct answer: 43 = 30 + 13
43 = 40 + 3
Q2.
How many more tens do I need to add to 20 to make 100?
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7 tens
70 tens
Correct answer: 8 tens
80 tens
Q3.
Are these numbers in increasing or decreasing order?
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Decreasing
Correct answer: Increasing
Q4.
Are these representations in increasing or decreasing order?
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Correct answer: Decreasing
Increasing
Q5.
Are these representations in increasing or decreasing order?
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Decreasing
Correct answer: Increasing

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UnitMaths / Numbers within 100