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Insert Numberblocks Numberblocks Insert SupportSupport Materials Materials Series 2, Episode 6

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Practitioner Notes A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Episode Description One drops out of the sky to sing a song about adding One. She sings about her idea of fun (being One), then another One falls out of the sky, they combine to make Two, who sings about his idea of fun (a

song and dance), before another One falls out of the sky - and it continues all the way to Ten. Along the way, heavy fruit falls on Threes head, Four bounces on his corners, saying Ouch!, Five crosses a river on stepping stones, Six rolls dice, Seven paints rainbows of light in the sky, Eight runs several times around the world, Nine sneezes and Ten splits into Ones for the grand finale. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide.

Maths in the Episode Saying the counting numbers up to 10 Throughout this episode each Numberblock says the counting numbers up to his/her value. Adding One The children practise successively adding 1 to a number. The children will experience how a number is related to the adjacent one

and how the counting numbers increase by 1. You can make any number by adding 1 to the previous number. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Using Mathematical Language Practise counting for numbers up to 10, e.g. I can see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 (while pointing), 7 colours.

As children begin to experience the relationship between consecutive numbers encourage them to use this stem sentence: Nine is one more than Eight Or: When you add 1 to a number, the number gets one bigger. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide.

Talk and Discuss Together A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Talk and Discuss Together Watch the episode of Numberblocks. First ask the children what they noticed and allow them to talk to you and each other. The following

slides are designed to stimulate children and adults to talk about the episode and draw out some key aspects of the mathematics. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Enabling Environments A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide.

Enabling Environments Playing and Exploring Leave out the trays of Numberblocks made with linking cubes. Encourage children to lay them out in order by comparing two blocks. Use conkers or beads of similar sizes to make hanging garlands that represent each number from 1 to 10 when lined up side by side. Build a staircase with big building bricks.

Active Learning Notice how the children compare two Numberblocks. Model how to compare two Numberblocks by lining them up side by side. Notice when children have counted or subitised the smaller quantity, if they can use this knowledge to identify the second quantity by counting on. Creating and Thinking Critically Provide bags of collections of objects, for example, 1 red counter, 2

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blue counters. Can thebelow the slide. Learning Together in Y1 A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide.

1 is 1 more than 0. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. 2 is 1 more

than 1. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. 3 is 1 more than 2. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide.

Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. 4 is 1 more than 3. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

5 is 1 more than 4. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. 6 is 1 more

than 5. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. 7 is 1 more than 6. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide.

Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. 8 is 1 more than 7. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

9 is 1 more than 8. A blue dot in the corner of a slide indicates that there are notes below the slide. Images 2017 Alphablocks Ltd. All Rights Reserved. 10 is 1 more

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