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12 of the Best Number and Place Value Worksheets and Resources for KS1 Maths

Give your Year 1s a firm foundation in basic maths with these activities, ideas and lessons for number place value...

  • 12 of the Best Number and Place Value Worksheets and Resources for KS1 Maths

1 | Video ideas for teaching place value

Help your KS1 and 2 students get to grips with place value, whether it’s whole or decimals numbers, addition or multiplication, with these six video tips and activities.

Find all six videos here.


2 | Number and place value plan

This Hamilton Trust resource includes a plan and resources for the first week of the autumn term for Year 1 or Year 2 maths. It covers:

Y1 – Numbers up to 20

  • Recite, count, order on a track
  • Say number before/after
  • Estimate
  • Make and partition ‘teens’

Y2 – Numbers up to 100

  • Mark on a beaded line and landmarked line
  • Order and compare
  • Say a number between neighbouring multiples of 10
  • Use place value to add and subtract
  • Mental addition using partitioning

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3 | Starting number skills

This STEM.org book, aimed at children working between National Curriculum levels one to three, provides 40 activities designed to develop number skills.

Each activity contains instructions for the teacher, children’s worksheets, and ideas for extension.

Get this resource here.


Place value units of work

These activity sheets have been created to match the small steps on the White Rose maths schemes of work.

The questions include varied fluency with reasoning with problem solving, and an additional sheet with extension activities.

Children are given a variety of pictorial examples to work with and questions to provoke deeper thinking.

Place value within 50 block of work

1 | Numbers to 50

Objective:
Children will recognise numbers to 50 and count objects to 50, as well as develop their use of the number line beyond 20 and up to 50 and be able to count forwards or backwards from any number up to 50.

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2 | Tens and ones

Objective:
Children will learn that numbers up to 50 are made up of tens and ones through simple partitioning.

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3 | Represent numbers to 50

Objective:
Children will explore different ways to represent numbers to 50, using objects such as counters and Base 10 equipment, and mathematical models such as the part-whole model.

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4 | One more, one less

Objective:
Children identify numbers to 50 and find one more or one less.

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5 | Compare objects within 50

Objective:
Children will compare different numbers of objects to 50 using the less than (<) and more than (>) signs.

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6 | Compare numbers within 50

Objective:
Children will identify whether a number is more than, less than or equal to another when given two or more numbers, within 50, and they will write statements using the < and > signs.

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7 | Order numbers within 50

Objective:
Children will order and compare three or more sets of objects or numbers below 50.

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8 | Count in 2s

Objective:
Children will explore counting forwards and backwards in 2s.

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9 | Count in 5s

Objective:
Children will explore counting forwards and backwards in 5s.

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