### Planning and Activities

**Day 1 Teaching**

Use pegs on a hanger to show the bonds to 7. Use beads on a 100-bead bar to show 4 + 3, 14 + 3, 24 + 3… 94 + 3.**Group Activities: T with Y1**

Y1 -- A challenge to make many different ‘snakes’ as possible with 7 cubes.

Y2 -- Solve additions using number facts given on cards; focus on place value.

**Day 2 Teaching**

Hold up a strip of 8 cubes and beneath it a strip of 3 cubes. How many more cubes to make 8? Fill in the number sentence 3 + [_] = 8. Repeat for other bonds to 8.

**Further Teaching with Y2**

Use beads on a 100-bead bar to show 5 – 2, 15 – 2, 25 – 2, 35 – 2, 45 – 2, 55 – 2… 95 – 2. Recognise the pattern of 1s digits.**Group Activities: T with Y2**

Use the ‘Addition Towers’ in-depth problem-solving investigation below as today’s group activity.

Or, use these activities:

Y1 -- A challenge to make as many different ‘snakes’ as they can with 8 cubes. Find the matching number to make 8.

Y2 -- Use single-digit number facts to derive linked subtractions; create sequences and fact webs.

**Day 3 Teaching**

Number bonds to 10, partitioning fingers on hands to find and write the number bonds to 10.**Further Teaching with Y2**

Use 100-bead bar to help find the number to make the next 10.**Group Activities: T with Y2**

Y1 -- Break a stick of ten cubes in different ways to find pairs to 10. Record systematically.

Y2 -- Use number bonds to 10 to calculate what needs to be added to a 2-digit number to reach the next 10.

**Day 4 Teaching**

Play number card game matching the correct number bonds to make pairs to 10. Find next ‘10s number’, (multiple of 10) say how many are needed to make next 10.

**Group Activities: T with Y1**

Y1 -- Number bond snap for pairs to 10.

Y2 -- Choose a number from the 1-100 grid, and calculate what needs to be added to reach the next 10s number.