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Place Value

There are many different ways you can help your child with Maths. Here are some activities you could complete together at home. Place Value in the foundation for all Maths. Children need to be confident in this area of Maths to understand it.

Year 1/2

   
Counting in 10s (base 10) Tens and Ones (Base 10)
 Teen Numbers (base 10)   Tens and Ones (Base 10)
2-Digit (base 10) Arrow Card Partitioning - Tens and Ones -1
Partitioning 2-digit Numbers Arrow Card Partitioning - Tens and Ones - 2
Add 1-digit to 10 Reverse Arrow Card Partitioning - Tens and Ones - 1
Add 1-digit to multiple of 10 Reverse Arrow Card Partitioning - Tens and Ones - 2
Add 1-digit to multiple of 10 2-digit Partitioning Practice (40 questions)
Add 1-digit to multiple of 10 - sheet 1 Write the value of the underlined digit (2-digit) - 1
Add 1-digit to multiple of 10 -  sheet 2 Write the value of the underlined digit (2-digit) -  2

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