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Year 1

Counting, recognising and comparing numbers 0 - 10

Lessons (15)

• I can count forwards and backwards within 10, saying the number words in sequence.
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• I can count objects one by one and know how many altogether.
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• I can count out from a larger group to form a new group and explain that the last number counted tells me how many there are.
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• I can use manipulatives and pictures to represent ‘how many’ in songs.
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• I can count anything, including sounds and actions.
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• I can recognise amounts to five without counting them.
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• I can explain that when a number of objects has been rearranged, the amount stays the same, as long as nothing has been added or taken away.
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• I can use numerals to talk about and represent numbers.
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• I know what zero means and know when to use it.
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• I can say ordinal numbers and use them to describe position.
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• I can order the numbers from zero to 10.
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• I can compare two or more groups using the language more than and fewer than.
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• I can find one more from a group using manipulatives and counting.
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• I can find one less from a group using manipulatives and counting.
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• You can work out what the missing number is on a number track or number line.
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