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Number bonds, they may not be the nation’s favourite bond, but they’re definitely a close second.
So we’ve rounded up some of the best video guides on the web to give you a few simple ideas how to teach your Key Stage 1 pupils. There are no gadgets, car chases or evil lairs, but unlike Bond films you might actually learn something. So here we go:
This simple guide might help you focus on how you present number bonds to your class, and there’s also a video for subtracting with number bonds and teaching them in the Singapore style.
Talking of which, here’s Mr Almeida with an animated guide on doing things the Singapore way.
Or, if you don’t want to travel quite so far, or anywhere at all for that matter, this video from Maths@Home shows you how to use everyday household (or classroom) items to help children get a tangible grasp on number bonds.
One fun challenge from CBeebies is to get children to try to build a number block tower, finding different ways to make 10 without their structure collapsing.
Another fun way to let children learn is to play a Matching Pairs-style game with Wish Fish
Want something a bit more hi-tech? IWBs are great visualisers for teaching number bonds, as Promethean Planet shows here.
And this method devised by Khan Academy just seems too simple pass up. It’s a brilliantly basic way of helping children understand number bonds through getting to 10 by filling boxes.
Check out Teachwire’s other number bonds resources here
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