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Today we are looking at how two digit numbers can be partitioned into tens and ones.  The children are very familiar with the term 'partition' and 'partitioning' and understand that it means we are splitting the number.  In class we have spent a lot of time partitioning numbers to ten.  Today we will partition two digit numbers into tens and ones.  Encourage your child to use the vocabulary tens and ones and to talk about how they are partitioning the different numbers.  When completing the worksheet it would be worth using 10p's and 1p's to help your child gain a greater understanding of these numbers. 

Year 1 - Week 9 - Lesson 2 - Partitioning numbers

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If your child needs an extra challenge today try this sheet below.  The children need to decide whether the representations are correct or not, then they need to explain why they think this.