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# Explain that objects can be grouped in different ways

I can explain that objects can be grouped in different ways.

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Year 2

# Explain that objects can be grouped in different ways

I can explain that objects can be grouped in different ways.

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

- The __ have been put into groups.
- The groups are equal because there are the same number of __ in each group.
- The groups are unequal because there are a different number of __ in each group.

### Common misconception

Children may confuse groups with number of items in a group.

Clear teacher modelling of groups, demarcating groups and physically placing items into groups e.g. a bundle of straws with an elastic band.

### Keywords

Group - A set of things with an identity.

Equal - Exactly the same amount or value.

Unequal - Do not have exactly the same amount or value.

### Licence

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## Video

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## Starter quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.

Andeep is skip counting in 5s. What number will he say next: 5, 10,

Q2.

Izzy is skip counting in 10s. What number will she say next? 10, 20, 30,

Q3.

Izzy has collected some 2 p coins. How much money does she have altogether?

Q4.

Andeep has been given some 5 p coins from his mum.
How much money does he have altogether?

Q5.

Which image shows the same amount of money as 10 p?

Three 2 pence coins

Two 10 pence coins

Q6.

Which image shows the same amount of money as 20 p ?

Six 2 pence coins

## Exit quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.

Izzy has 5 pencils. She has put them into groups. Select the correct group of 5

Set B

Q2.

An equal group is when __________

each group has a different amount of items.

Q3.

Which image shows equal groups?

Q4.

Which image shows unequal groups?

Q5.

Select the correct image which represents 2 groups of 3

Q6.

Select the ways in which you can equally group 12

2 groups of 5

1 group of 5 and 1 group of 7