Year 1 | Adding Ones Using Number Bonds Activity Cards

Year 1 addition and subtraction worksheet

Aligned with the maths mastery approach, this Year 1 | Adding Ones Using Number Bonds Activity Cards is designed to be used alongside our Year 1 | Adding Ones Using Number Bonds Lesson Presentation and allows children to take part in hands-on practical activities that would be ideal for either continuous provision, or for during dedicated maths lessons. The cards should be clear enough for children to do independently, once the learning has been modelled in the above presentation. These cards are also brilliant for sticking in children’s books alongside photographs, to demonstrate learning and progression. Great for anti-worksheet schools!

Topic: Addition and subtraction

 Small Steps: Add ones using number bonds.

NC Links: Represent and use number bonds and related subtraction facts within 20. * Read, write and interpret mathematical statements involving addition, subtraction and equals signs. *Add and subtract one-digit and two-digit numbers to 20, including zero.

TAF Statements: Working towards: Add and subtract (one digit numbers) explaining their method verbally, in pictures, or using apparatus.

Working At: Recall all the number bonds to and within 10 and use these to reason with and calculate bonds to and within 20, recognising other associated additive relationships.

Greater Depth – Use reasoning about number and relationships to solve more complex problems and explain their thinking.

Ready-to-progress criteria:  1NF-1 Develop fluency in addition and subtraction facts within 10

Future applications: Add and subtract across 10.

1AS-2 Read, write and interpret equations containing addition(+), subtraction (-), and equals (=) symbols, and relate additive expressions and equations to real-life contexts.

Explore our year 1 addition and subtraction resources for Spring 1.

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