## Mental Oral Starters - Year 1

A bank of starters available for Maths. Teaching Sequences refer to starters relating to Teaching.

Name five 2-d shapes, recognise their properties. Read and write numerals to match number words. Name 2-d shapes, recognise and extend a repeating pattern. Add by counting on, putting the larger number first. Recognise coins up to £2.

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