UPDATE: 30.10.18 - I have changed day 19 to subtraction by counting on to find the difference because this seemed more logical. All resources have now been added.
OCTOBER 2018 UPDATED
I have updated the whole unit and added to the files but left the old planning and worksheets too. The new files have a 2018 prefix. I have added images from the NCETM addition and subtraction planning unit and adapted teaching and learning. There are 24 lessons in total which should take approximately 5 weeks to work through. All resources are included and clearly labelled.
I have combined all the weeks together.
The resource includes detailed planning for weeks 1-2 and week 3-5 - using the White Rose Small steps guidance.
It comes complete with all the resources referred to in the planning - differentiated worksheets and greater depth tasks. It also comes with all the slides needed to structure your lessons.
All files are saved as word and pdf - should you want to adapt to suit your school or class.
My flipcharts are created using Active Inspire but I believe that these can be converted to powerpoint/smartboard. (You should be able to import into your whiteboard software or can download the activinspire viewer.
I have also created some addition and subtraction mats. I would laminate these - and get the children to use the dienes practically with them. (The addition one will need enlarging to A3 - so that the dienes tens will fit in the spaces). I have also included addition to 20 mats. Again these need laminating and the children use counters on the ten frames . They can form part of the continuous provision on a challenge or busy table. I have also made ‘addition of three numbers’ mats. Again these have 3 ten frames on for the children to use counters to try to make ten.
This is a huge file with 52 pages of worksheets; 96 pages of flipcharts plus other useful resources!
I am using this with my year 2 class. We are in Leicestershire so I’m a few weeks ahead of most places. If I notice any mistakes or make any improvements - I will adapt the files. I work part time so have the time to produce detailed plans and it gives my non-maths specialist job share partner guidance on how to teach each objective.
*I’ve added my autumn targets baseline assessment. I gave pupils roughly 10 minutes to complete as much as they could. I gave them free access to number lines, rulers, bead strings dienes to work out the answers. I then used this to baseline and set their targets. It is my intention to test again after 2-3 weeks to check progress and then again after another 2-3 weeks.
I have managed to save the flipcharts as pdfs if you are struggling to view them.
As I’m working through, I’ve noticed a few errors so I’ve made a few small changes and corrected any errors - so you may want to download the new version of the worksheets (weeks 3-5).