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This number bonds lessons covers number bonds of 10 and 20. With interactive questions and animation, pupils will be able to understand the lesson.

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  1. Number Bonds (10-20)
    Learning Objective:
    To know the number bonds for 10
    and 20.
  2. What are number bonds?
  3. What are number bonds?
    A good way to remember what number
    bonds are is to think of number family.
  4. What are number bonds?
    A good way to remember what number
    bonds are is to think of number family.
  5. What are number bonds?
    A good way to remember what number
    bonds are is to think of number family.
    Child Child Parents
  6. What are number bonds?
    A good way to remember what number
    bonds are is to think of number family.
    It’s like a game. You have to add the 2
    child numbers up to get the parents number.
    Child Child Parents
  7. Let’s find the number bond for 10
    ? 10?
  8. Let’s find the number bond for 10
    ? 10?
    For the first box, you can pick a number between
    1 and 9.
  9. Let’s find the number bond for 10
    1 10?
    We are going to start off with 1.
  10. Let’s find the number bond for 10
    1 10?
    There are 2 ways to find out how to get the answer.
    Whichever way you find easy, you can use.
  11. Let’s find the number bond for 10
    1 10?
    The first way is to use your fingers to count from
    1 to 10. Work out the answer using your fingers.
  12. Let’s find the number bond for 10
    1 10?
    The answer you should have got is 9.
  13. Let’s find the number bond for 10
    1 109
    Your answer goes in the second box.
  14. Let’s find the number bond for 10
    1 109
    To make sure your correct, add 1 and 9 together.
  15. Let’s try some on our own
    1)
    2)
    3)
    4)
    2 10?
    4 10?
    3 10?
    5 10?
  16. Answers
    1)
    2)
    3)
    4)
    2 108
    4 106
    3 107
    5 105
  17. Working out the other answers
  18. Working out the other answers
    So we only went up to 5 in that exercise, this
    is because 6,7,8 and 9 are easy to work out.
  19. Working out the other answers
    So we only went up to 5 in that exercise, this
    is because 6,7,8 and 9 are easy to work out.
    Take this example:
    2 108
  20. Working out the other answers
    So we only went up to 5 in that exercise, this
    is because 6,7,8 and 9 are easy to work out.
    Take this example:
    All you have to do it swap the red and the
    green box.
    2 108
  21. Working out the other answers
    So we only went up to 5 in that exercise, this
    is because 6,7,8 and 9 are easy to work out.
    Take this example:
    All you have to do it swap the red and the
    green box.
    2108
  22. Working out the other answers
    So we only went up to 5 in that exercise, this
    is because 6,7,8 and 9 are easy to work out.
    Take this example:
    All you have to do it swap the red and the
    green box.
    2108
  23. Working out the other answers
    So we only went up to 5 in that exercise, this
    is because 6,7,8 and 9 are easy to work out.
    Take this example:
    All you have to do it swap the red and the
    green box.
    2 108
  24. Working out the other answers
    So all you have to do is work out 1-5 and
    then 6-9 is easy to work out.
    2 108
  25. Let’s try some on our own
    ? 106
    ? 107
    ? 108
    ? 108
    1)
    2)
    3)
    4)
  26. Answers
    4 106
    3 107
    2 108
    1 108
    1)
    2)
    3)
    4)
  27. Working out number bonds to 20
  28. Working out number bonds to 20
    This process is really easy now you have
    learnt number bonds to 10.
  29. Working out number bonds to 20
    This process is really easy now you have
    learnt number bonds to 10.
    This is what you can do:
  30. Working out number bonds to 20
    This process is really easy now you have
    learnt number bonds to 10.
    This is what you can do:
    4 106
  31. Working out number bonds to 20
    This process is really easy now you have
    learnt number bonds to 10.
    This is what you can do:
    4 206
    Firstly, we change the blue
    box from 10 to 20.
  32. Working out number bonds to 20
    This process is really easy now you have
    learnt number bonds to 10.
    This is what you can do:
    4 206
    Secondly, in this example, the
    question wants you to work out
    16+ ? = 20.
  33. Working out number bonds to 20
    This process is really easy now you have
    learnt number bonds to 10.
    This is what you can do:
    4 2016
    All you need to do is add a 1
    in front of this 6. So it makes 16.
  34. Working out number bonds to 20
    This process is really easy now you have
    learnt number bonds to 10.
    This is what you can do:
    4 2016
    Now work it out. Does 16+4=20?
  35. Working out number bonds to 20
    This process is really easy now you have
    learnt number bonds to 10.
    This is what you can do:
    4 2016
    Yes it does. And thats how you
    work out number bonds to 20.
  36. Plenary
  37. Plenary
    In your books, write down:
    • A number bond of 10
  38. Plenary
    In your books, write down:
    • A number bond of 10
    • A number bond of 20
  39. Plenary
    In your books, write down:
    • A number bond of 10
    • A number bond of 20
    Turn to your learning objective:
  40. Plenary
    In your books, write down:
    • A number bond of 10
    • A number bond of 20
    Turn to your learning objective:
    • RAG your work (red,amber or green)
  41. Thank you for using my lesson.
    Created by: coolteacher2276
    To find more of my lessons, on slideshare.
    Subjects I do are: English, Maths, Biology,
    Chemistry, Physics, History, Drama and Art.

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NUMBER BONDS — THE STORY OF 5

Math Teaching Resources: Number Bonds — The Story of 5

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