# Maths

For this week, we are going to be learning all about numbers 16 to 20! Each day I would like you to explore a new number and send me a photo of the different ways that you can represent that number:

• As a word
• On a ten frame
• Using coins
• On a number track/ number line
• Using objects or drawings
• Using tally marks
• Using a Part Whole model

Repeatedly showing teens numbers as 10 plus some more in different representations, including on their fingers as a pair of hands plus some more and on ten frames as a full frame and some more, will help children develop a solid understanding of numbers within 20 as they will begin to understand that the one in the number isn't actually one, but ten.

## Day 2 (Number 17)

Meet the artist known as Seventeen, who likes to paint 17 of everything. Learn all about the number 17 with Numberblock Seventeen! If you would like to watch...

## Day 4 (Number 19)

New Numberblock Nineteen discovers she's a one-off with a hidden talent for shape-shifting. Learn all about the number 19 with Numberblock Nineteen! If you w...

## Day 5 (Number 20)

Are you ready for the big dance number? Numberblock Twenty struts his stuff and dances the Two Tens Tango. Learn all about the number 20 with Numberblock Twe...

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