**Numbers 0-20**

This week we are going to be extending out knowledge using numbers up to 20, we haven't really worked with these a lot yet as we have been focusing on securing our knowledge on 0-10. So we're really looking forward to this week!

This week we are going to need number cards to 20 and 2 tens frames, you could either print these off below or make your own.

Monday:

Today we are going to be looking at number's 11 and 12.

Watch the videos below:

11 and 12 are teen numbers although they don't sound like teens as they don't have this on the end of the word.

When we see them they always have a group of 10 and then some extra ones.

Look at the tens frames below to see.

11 is 10 + 1

12 is 10 + 2

Look at the power points below to find out more about the numbers.

Can you get 11 objects from around your house and count them? You could put them into tens frames.

Can you find the number 11?

What is 1 more than 11? What is 1 less than 11?

You could use your number line from last week to help.

Can you get 12 objects from around your house and count them? You could put them into tens frames.

Can you find the number 12?

What is 1 more than 12? What is 1 less than 12?

**Challenge**

Click the game below.

Choose 'Up to 15.'

Can you recognise the number to find out how many cakes to give the teddy?

Tuesday:

Today we are going to be looking at number's 13 and 14.

Watch the videos below:

13 and 14 are teen numbers, you can hear the teen on the end of the words.

Although we might think 13 is three-teen we actually call it thirteen.

When we see them they always have a group of 10 and then some extra ones.

Look at the tens frames below to see.

13 is 10 + 3

14 is 10 + 4

Look at the power points below to find out more about the numbers.

Can you get 13 objects from around your house and count them? You could put them into tens frames.

Can you find the number 13?

What is 1 more than 13? What is 1 less than 13?

You could use your number line from last week to help.

Can you get 14 objects from around your house and count them? You could put them into tens frames.

Can you find the number 14?

What is 1 more than 14? What is 1 less than 14?

__Challenge __

Can you make a caterpillar fingerprint painting/drawing with 13 parts to his body?

Can you make a caterpillar fingerprint painting/drawing with 14 parts to his body?

Today we are going to be looking at number's 15 and 16.

Watch the videos below:

15 and 16 are teen numbers, you can hear the teen on the end of the words.

Although we might think 15 is five-teen we actually call it fifteen.

When we see them they always have a group of 10 and then some extra ones.

Look at the tens frames below to see.

15 is 10 + 5

16 is 10 + 6

Look at the power points below to find out more about the numbers.

Can you get 15 objects from around your house and count them? You could put them into tens frames.

Can you find the number 15?

What is 1 more than 15? What is 1 less than 15?

You could use your number line from last week to help.

Can you get 16 objects from around your house and count them? You could put them into tens frames.

Can you find the number 16?

What is 1 more than 16? What is 1 less than 16?

**Challenge**

During your minibeast hunt today as part of your literacy/project challenge, can you count how many minibeasts you found?

Make a tally chart and count how many. Can you try and find a teen number?

You could make your own like this....

Or use the below document to help.

Thursday:

Today we are going to be looking at number's 17 and 18.

Watch the videos below:

17 and 18 are teen numbers, you can hear the teen on the end of the words.

When we see them they always have a group of 10 and then some extra ones.

Look at the tens frames below to see.

17 is 10 + 7

18 is 10 + 8

Look at the power points below to find out more about the numbers.

Can you get 17 objects from around your house and count them? You could put them into tens frames.

Can you find the number 17?

What is 1 more than 17? What is 1 less than 17?

You could use your number line from last week to help.

Can you get 18 objects from around your house and count them? You could put them into tens frames.

Can you find the number 18?

What is 1 more than 18? What is 1 less than 18?

**Challenge**

Friday:

Today we are going to be looking at number's 19 and 20.

Watch the videos below:

19 is a teen number, you can hear the teen on the end of the words.

When we see it always has a group of 10 and then some extra ones.

Look at the tens frames below to see.

19 is 10 + 9

20 is 10 + 10

Look at the power points below to find out more about the numbers.

Can you get 19 objects from around your house and count them? You could put them into tens frames.

Can you find the number 19?

What is 1 more than 19? What is 1 less than 19?

You could use your number line from last week to help.

Can you get 20 objects from around your house and count them? You could put them into tens frames.

Can you find the number 20?

What is 1 more than 20? What is 1 less than 20?