This pack of resources covers Year 1 addition and subtraction for the 5th week of the autumn term. The resources support a mastery approach to teaching mathematics. CPA (Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract) is promoted throughout therefore ensuring you have appropriate concrete resources in your classroom is recommended to make full use of the packs.

Week 5 includes worksheets and activities on:
- Part Whole Models
- The Addition Symbol
- Number Bonds within 10
- Fact Families - Addition

I have taken on previous feedback and changed the font to be more 'child friendly' I hope this is beneficial. I have also included the original files so any fonts can be changed and date/LO can be added.
I hope you find the resources useful. Any feedback very welcome.

Please note - the PowerPoint files included in this pack are not lessons, they are the worksheets and activities from the pack just not in PDF format.


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  • Addition-within-10-Problem-Cards.pdf
  • Addition-within-10-Problem-Cards.pptx
  • Contextual-Sheet-Pack-1.pdf
  • Fact-Families---Addition.pdf
  • Fact-Families---Addition.pptx
  • Number-Bonds-within-10.pdf
  • Number-Bonds-within-10.pptx
  • Part-Whole-Models.pdf
  • Part-Whole-Models.pptx
  • The-Addition-Symbol.pdf
  • The-Addition-Symbol.pptx

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    user avatarPaineltd13 days agoreport

    Excellent professional looking resources. Great time saver.

  • 5
    user avatarcreativem20 days agoreport

    I've just downloaded your resources for week 5 to 8 in one block. I had to download them from 'my resources' but had to download them a week at a time. Just worried as each week has £ 12 written next to it. To clarify, is the 4 week block £12?

    • user avatarMKConnollyReply from Author20 days ago

      Hi thank you for the review! Yes it's just the bundle that is £12, the weekly packs are £5 each if you cheese to buy them that way. But if you bought the bundle you'll definitely only be charged £12!