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```					Transition: Counting from One by Imaging to Advanced Counting                                             Domain:Addition and Subtraction
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Achievement                      Number: Level One
Number Strategies AO1:
CA
Objectives
Use a range of counting, grouping, and equal-sharing strategies with whole numbers and fractions
Number Knowledge AO1:                                                                                                          AC
Know the forward and backward counting sequences of whole numbers to 100.
Number Knowledge AO2:                                                                                                          EA
Know the groupings with five, within ten, and with ten.
AA
Strategies being                 Problem progression           References                        Knowledge being                Resources
developed                                                                                        developed                                                      AM
Solve simple addition           9+2= ,8+4= ,                   Teaching Addition,                Identify all of the numbers    Teaching Number Knowledge
(joining, change, or            14 + 3 = , 25 + 4 = ,          Subtraction, and Place Value      in the range 0–100 at least.   Number mat and lily pads (2)    AP
comparing) problems to 100      99 + 5 = , 77 + 4 = ,          Number Tiles (18)                                                “Teen” and “Ty” numbers (3)
The Number Strip (19)
by counting on in their heads   8 + = 11, 15 + = 19,                                                                            Number hangman (5)
The Bears’ Picnic (20)
in ones.                        67 + = 72, 89 + = 96                                                                            BSM
Frog Jumps(20)
14 is how many more than 8?    The Bigger Number First (21)                                     8-1-45, 8-1-81, 9-1-4, 9-1-5,
33 is how many more than       Change Unknown (21)                                              9-1-6, 9-1-42, 9-1-82, 12-1-1
27?
74 is how many more than       BSM
69?                            7-1-53, 9-1-11, 9-1-49, 10-1-7,
10-1-49, 10-1-50, 10-1-51

Transition: Counting from One by Imaging to Advanced Counting                                                    Domain:Addition and Subtraction
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Strategies being                    Problem progression           References                        Knowledge being               Resources
CA
developed                                                                                           developed
Solve simple subtraction           12 - 3 = , 14 - 5 = ,          Teaching Addition,                Say the forwards and          Teaching Number Knowledge                 AC
(separating, change, or            23 - 4 = , 41 - 2 = ,          Subtraction, and Place            backwards number word         Number fans (4)
Value                             sequences in the range 0–
comparing) problems to 100         67 - 5 = , 72 - 6 = ,
Counting Back (22)                100, at least, connecting
Counting (11)                             EA
by counting back in their          12 - = 9, 24 - = 19,                                                                           Lucky dip (13)
BSM                               that the result of adding
heads in ones.                     67 - = 58, 94 - = 89                                                                           Using calculators (14)
9-3-13, 9-3-14, 9-3-55, 9-3-56,   or taking one more/less                                                 AA
16 is how many less than 21?   9-3-57,9-3-58, 9-3-59, 9-3-85,                                  Hundreds Boards and Thousands
object to a set is given by
39 is how many less than 43?   10-1-8, 10-1-52, 10-1-53                                        Boards (16)
the next/previous                                                       AM
74 is how many less than 80?                                     counting number.              BSM
9-1-4, 9-1-42, 9-3-9
Solve addition and                 40 + 20 = , 70 - 50 = ,        Teaching Addition,                Order numbers in the          Teaching Number Knowledge (Book 4)
AP
subtraction problems with          60 + 30 = , 90 - 20 = ,        Subtraction, and Place            range 0–100, at least.        Card ordering (12)
groups of ten, using place         42 + 30 = , 75 - 20 = ,        Value                                                           Arrow cards (13)
value materials,                   54 - = 24, 27 + = 57,                                                                          Rocket- where will it fit (15)
Subtracting Tens (23)
e.g. 30 + 20 = 50, 63 – 30 = 33,   36 + = 76, 94 - = 54                                                                           Number line flips (15)
The Missing Ones and
64 – 32 = 32                                                                                                                      Squeeze – Guess my number (15)
Tens (25)
The Thousands Book (25)                                         Bead strings (17)
Who is the richest? (18)
Figure It Out
N 2.1 (1) The mail gets through
N 2-3 (1) Happy hundreds
BSM
9-3-51, 9-3-52, 10-1-4, 11-1-4, 11-1-5,
11-1-43, 11-1-44, 11-1-45,
11-1-46, 11-3-6, 11-3-7, 11-3-46,
11-3-47, 11-3-48, 11-3-83

Transition: Counting from One by Imaging to Advanced Counting                                                  Domain:Addition and Subtraction
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Knowledge being developed                                                 Resources
CA

Conserve the number of objects in a collection irrespective of how they                                                                                                 AC
are arranged, trust the count, and work from it..
Recall the facts to ten, and the teen facts,                              Teaching Number Knowledge (Book 4)
EA
e.g. 3 + 7 = 10, 10 - 6 = 4, 10 + 8 = 18.                                 Up to ten (32)
Tens frames again (34)
Patterns to ten (34)
AA
BSM:                                                                                          AM
9-1-9, 9-1-10, 9-1-47, 9-1-48, 9-3-11, 9-3-12, 9-3-54, 10-1-3, 10-3-46, 11-3-8, 11-3-9,
11-3-49, 11-3-50, 11-3-51                                                                     AP
Recall the doubles to 20, e.g. 7 + 7 = 14..                               Teaching Number Knowledge (Book 4)
Double Trouble (32)
Figure It Out
N 2.2 Helping hands (3)
BSM: 10-1-6, 10-1-47, 10-1-48, 10-1-83
Recall the number of tens within decades                                  Teaching Number Knowledge (Book 4)
Zap (26)
Number Boggle (33)
Figure It Out
N 2.2 Flexible fingers (8)
BF 2-3 One liner (1)
BF 2-3 Fizzing it up (5)
BSM: 9-1-9, 9-1-10, 9-1-47, 9-1-48, 10-1-5, 10-1-45, 10-1-46, 11-1-12
e.g. 60 + 40 = 100.                                                       9-3-8, 9-3-49, 9-3-50