Year 2

Practising finding one more and one fewer and ten more and ten fewer

Year 2

Practising finding one more and one fewer and ten more and ten fewer

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will use representations to help us find one more and one fewer and ten more and ten fewer for numbers within 100 and spot patterns in what changes when we add or subtract 1 or 10.

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5 Questions

Q1.
Is this set of numbers in increasing or decreasing order?
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Correct answer: Decreasing
Increasing
Q2.
Is this set of numbers in increasing or decreasing order?
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Correct answer: Decreasing
Increasing
Q3.
Is this set of numbers in increasing or decreasing order?
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Decreasing
Correct answer: Increasing
Q4.
Is this set of numbers in increasing or decreasing order?
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Decreasing
Correct answer: Increasing
Q5.
If these numbers were put in increasing order, which number would come first?
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Correct answer: 2
4
46
47
64

5 Questions

Q1.
What would ten more than this number be?
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37
46
47
Correct answer: 57
Q2.
What number should go in the centre?
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22
30
Correct answer: 34
36
Q3.
I have one fewer than 32 sticks. I have one more than 30 sticks. How many sticks do I have?
21
Correct answer: 31
33
41
Q4.
I have one more than 13 books. I have one less than 15 books. How many books do I have?
Correct answer: 14
16
23
25
Q5.
I have ten fewer than 47 sticks. I have ten more than 27 sticks. How many sticks do I have?
17
Correct answer: 37
46
57