Hi Year 1. This half term, in Maths, we are learning about partitioning numbers within 100. Comment your answers below to be in with a chance of winning a very special prize!

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Hi Year 1. This half term, in Maths, we are learning about partitioning numbers within 100. Comment your answers below to be in with a chance of winning a very special prize!

Bronze

Silver

Gold

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Bronze

41 42 43 44 45 46

Silver

Sue has the biggest number because she has 7 10’s which is 70 and more than 4 ones

so her number could be 75 76 77 78 79

where as Mo has 7 10’s which is 70 but less than 5 ones

Gold

1.1

2.10

3.20 ones

4.6

5.ones

Bronze

Kat has 46, 47 48 or 49

Silver

Sue has 76, 77, 78 or 79. Mo has 74, 73 72 or 71.

Sue has the bigger number.

Ten tens is equal to 1 hundred.

Ten ones is equal to 1 ten.

Two tens is, equal 20 ones.

Sixty ones is equal to 6 tens.

Bilal answers. To the challenges above:

Bronze

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

Silver

Sue has more because she has more ones

And mo has less ones so she has the biggest number.

Gold

Ten tens is equal to 100 hundreds.

Ten 1 is equal to 1 ten.

Two tens is equal to 20 ones.

Sixty ones is equal to 6 tens.

9 tens is equal to 90 ones.

Bronze:

46

45

44

43

42

41

40

silver:

Sue has the biggest number I know this because Sue has 7 tens and more than 4 ones and Mo has 7 tens and less than 5 ones.

a. Ten tens is 1 hundred

b. Ten ones is equal to 10

c. Two tens is equal to 20 ones

d. Sixty ones is equal to 6 tens

e. Nine tens is equal to 90 ones

bronze

46 45 44 43 42 41 40

silver

Sue could have 75 76 77 78 or 79

Mo could only have 74 73 72 or 71

gold

a. Ten tens is equal to 1 hundred .

b. Ten ones is equal to 1 ten .

c. Two tens is equal to 20 ones.

d. Sixty ones are equal to 6 tens.

e. Nine tens is equal to 90 ones.

Sue has biggest number than mo because she is going up and mo’s number is going down

Bronze

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

Silver

75

76

77

78

79

74

73

72

71

70

Sue has the biggest because she has more than 74.

Gold

ten Tens is equal to 1 hundred

Ten ones is equal to 10

Two tens is equal to 20 ones.

Sixty ones is equal to 6 tens.

Nine tens is equal to 90.

Bronze:

kat’s possibilities could be 46,45,43,44,42 and 41.

This is beacuse it says I have 4 tens and 7 ones.

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silver:

sues number has 7 tens and more than 4 ones so that means sues number is 75.mo’s number has 7 tens and less than 5 ones so mo’s number has to be 74.

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eas’s older sister helped him a litttle bit.

Bronze

41,42,43,44,45,46

Silver sue have 75,76,77,78,79

Mo have 71,72,73,74

Sue has biggest numbers.

Bronze challenge

Kats number could be:

41, 42, 43, 44, 45 or 46 but it can’t be any more than that because she has 4 tens which is equal to 40 and less than 7 one’s so the number has to be less than 47.

Silver challenge:

Sue’s number is bigger because:

Sue has 7 tens which equals to 70 plus she has more than 4 1’s so her number is between 74 and 79.

However Mo has 7 tens which equals to 70 plus he has less than 5 one’s so his number is between 70 and 74.

Gold challenge:

a. Ten tens are equal to 1 hundred

b. Ten ones is equal to 1 Ten

c. Two tens is equal to 20 ones

d. Sixty ones is equal to 6 tens

e. Nine tens is equal to 90 ones