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Identify the whole and parts of the numbers 6 to 10 using the five and a bit structure

I can identify the whole and parts of the numbers 6 to 10 in a range of different representations using the 5 and a bit structure.

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New
Year 1

Identify the whole and parts of the numbers 6 to 10 using the five and a bit structure

I can identify the whole and parts of the numbers 6 to 10 in a range of different representations using the 5 and a bit structure.

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Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. The numbers 6 to 9 can be partitioned into 5 and a bit.
  2. Where the whole is 6, 7, 8, or 9 it can be partitioned into one part of 5 and one smaller part.
  3. A part-part-whole model can represent the five and a bit structure.

Common misconception

Children may rely on counting from 0 rather than seeing the five and a bit structure of the numbers 6 to 10 and may therefore not partition efficiently.

Use fingers to expose the 5 and a bit structure. 'Grow' a number by putting up fingers one at a time while counting, 'show it' by putting up the fingers all at once, 'throw it' as you quickly throw the number of fingers forwards.

Keywords

  • Partition - To split a whole up into parts.

  • Whole - All of something. Complete.

  • Part - A piece or section of a whole.

  • Part-part-whole model - A pictorial representation that shows the whole and its parts.

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6 Questions

Q1.
8 is less than 9. Which is the correct way to write this?
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8 > 9
9 > 8
Correct answer: 8 < 9
9 < 8
Q2.
7 is greater than 5. Which is the correct way to write this?
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Correct answer: 7 > 5
7 < 5
5 < 7
5 > 7
Q3.
Which picture shows five and 3 more?
An image in a quiz
Correct Answer: An image in a quiz
An image in a quiz
An image in a quiz
An image in a quiz
Q4.
Five and 3 more is
Correct Answer: 8, eight, ate, ait
Q5.
There are 5 beads. How many more do you need to show 7?
An image in a quiz
1
Correct answer: 2
3
4
Q6.
Order the five and a bit numbers starting with the smallest.
1 - Five and 1 more.
2 - Five and 2 more.
3 - Five and 3 more.
4 - Five and 4 more.

6 Questions

Q1.
Look at the picture and decide which is true?
An image in a quiz
The whole is 5
The whole is 1
Correct answer: The whole is 6
Q2.
Which are true?
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6 is a part
Correct answer: 5 is a part
Correct answer: 1 is a part
Q3.
Complete the sentence: 8 is the whole. 5 is a part and is a part.
An image in a quiz
Correct Answer: 3, three, tree, thee
Q4.
Which stem sentence matches the part-part-whole model in the picture?
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5 is the whole. 6 is a part and 1 is a part.
Correct answer: 6 can be partitioned into 5 and 1
Correct answer: 6 is the whole. 5 is a part and 1 is a part.
5 can be partitioned into 6 and 1
Q5.
What is the missing whole?
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6
8
Correct answer: 7
9
Q6.
What is the missing part?
An image in a quiz
4
Correct answer: 3
2
1