# Maths For Maths, we will be continuing to use Maths No Problem which provides real life contexts for learning. Initially, we will be focusing on being able to count, read and write numbers to 100. We will be comparing numbers, ordering them from the smallest to the biggest and we will be partitioning the numbers into tens and ones. You can use a model like this to partition the numbers when you are at home. Think about how many tens are in the number and how many ones (units) are in the number.

Last half term we used lots of different methods to be able to add and subtract two digit numbers. The newest method that we used was the column method. Here is an example below of how to use the column method for addition:  Can you have a go at the ones below using the column method? We also used the column method to help us calculate subtraction questions. Here is an example below of how to use the column method for subtraction:  Can you have a go at the ones below using the column method? We will be recapping these methods in the first week back after half term so make sure you have been practising! We will then be using these methods to help us calculate money problems. So it would be a good idea if you could familiarise yourself with different coins and their value.