# Level 1 - Reading, writing and ordering numbers

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1 Level 1 - Reading, writing and ordering numbers I can count forwards and backwards to and from 20 Count up from one as far as you can, saying each number clearly. Carry this on backwards, count until you get to zero: 17, 16, Numbers in this count are mixed up. Can you put them in order? 18, 16, 17, 15, 13, 14, 12, 10, 11 I can read and write numbers to 20 Look at the grid. Point to 16, 20 and 12. Which number is in the middle of the grid? Write the number 15 into the empty box. I can use numbers to label and find objects I can put numbers in order (Provide purse) Find the 10p coin in this purse. What coins could I use to pay 15p? Look at these number cards. Which card shows the smallest number? Put the numbers in order, from smallest to largest. I can say the number that is one more or one less than a number to 20 What numbers are missing from this number track? Explain how you know. What number is one more than 11, one less than nine? I can use the words first, second and third Here is a row of four coloured counters. Which coloured counter is the first, third, etc.

2 Level 1 - Counting and comparing numbers of objects and events I can count how many objects are in a group Count these shells carefully. How could you make sure that you have counted them correctly? I know that the number of objects in a group does not change if they are moved around but does change if any are added or taken away I can count in twos up to 20 and use this to count objects in pairs I can match objects to find which group contains more or fewer objects Pick up a handful of large buttons and put them down on the table. Count them to see how many you picked up. Put all your buttons into a pot. How many buttons are in the pot? Put another button in the pot. How many buttons are in the pot? Continue this count. Stop when you get to 20: 2, 4, 6... Count in twos to find how many socks are on the washing line. Look at the toys (provide cars and trains) Are there more cars or trains? How can you find out? Count the wheels on these trains. Write the numbers down. Are there the same number of wheels? I can find which group of objects contains most or least by counting Which ladybird has fewer spots? How do you know? Do the ladybirds have the same number of legs? I can count sounds, actions and objects that I cannot touch I am going to drop some coins into a tin one at a time. Count how many coins I drop in. Look around the room. How many lights can you see?

3 Level 1 - Use of known number facts, properties and relationships I can quickly find pairs of numbers that add up to 10 Show me a pair of number cards that sum to 10. Can you find all the pairs? Which number is left? What would you need to make another pair? I can answer addition and subtraction calculations, using facts that I know I can use the words in a problem to help me decide how to solve it, and number sentences to answer a problem I can use objects, pictures and number sentences to answer a problem I can solve problems by ordering numbers or calculating I can solve problems using addition or subtraction Add together three and two. Find six take away four. Five subtract three.sum six and two. What number is three more than one. Four less than nine. Find the answer to this problem. At my birthday party there were three girls and five boys. How many children in total came to my birthday party? Which words helped you decide how to work out the answer? Write a number sentence that matches it. (Give objects) Use these objects. Show me how to work out this problem. There are five caterpillars on a leaf and then a bird eats two of them. How many caterpillars are left on the leaf? Draw a picture to show how you solved the problem. Write a number sentence that matches it. Amy is seven. She has a sister, Megan, who is ten, and a brother, Sam, who is five. Who is the youngest child in the family? How much older is Megan than Amy? How old will each child be in two years time? A domino has four dots on one side and three dots on the other. How many dots does it have altogether? Here is a tower made using two building blocks. How many more blocks do you need to make it six blocks tall?

5 Describing shape, position and movement I can sort shapes and explain how I sorted them I can name and describe common shapes I can follow instructions to position myself or objects I can describe the position of objects I can follow and give instructions to move along a route Look at these solid shapes (provide shapes). Put all of the shapes that have triangular faces into a hoop. What shapes are left? Why? Sort the shapes in your own way and then tell me how you chose to sort them. (Give shapes) Find a rectangle and a triangle in this set of shapes. Tell me one thing that is the same about them. Tell me one thing that is different. Look at these two identical shapes. What shape are they? Show me how can you put them together to make a square. Go and stand: under a light; in front of a window; beside the door. Place these shapes on the table so that: the square is above the triangle the circle is to the right of the square the rectangle is between the square and the oval. I am going to place toys in different positions around the room. Go and find one toy at a time. Bring each one back and describe to me exactly where you found it. Tell me how I should arrange this plate, knife, fork, spoon and cup to lay the table properly. Follow my instructions as you move around the outdoor area: Walk along the log, then make a half-turn and walk back. Turn to your right and walk beside the climbing frame. Turn to your left and walk forwards until you reach the tyre. Give me directions that take me from here to the hopscotch grid.

6 Level 1 - Measuring and ordering objects using comparison I can compare how long or tall objects are and describe what I have found out I can compare how heavy two objects are and describe what I have found out I can compare how much two containers hold and describe what I have found out I can use objects and equipment to make measurements and compare objects Find objects that are longer than a pencil and objects that are shorter than one. Tell me how you decided whether each object was shorter or longer than the pencil. Ask three friends to stand in front of you. Tell me who is the tallest and who is the shortest and show me how you know. Which do you think will be lighter, this book or this apple? Find a way to compare the weights of the two objects. Show me what you did and explain what you found out. Fill a jug with water. Use it to find out which holds more liquid, the jug or a small bucket. Explain what you have found out. How many spoonfuls of water do you think it will take to fill a cup? What about a different one? Test out your ideas. Tell me what you have found out and which cup holds less water. Use your pencil to work out which is longer, the table or the board. Use these balance scales to work out how many cubes weigh the same as your shoe. Now weigh one of your plimsolls. Tell me which is heavier and which is lighter. How do you know? I drink three cups of tea each day. In a week, would my tea fill a bucket? If I used a mug for my tea would that fill it?

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