# Fun with Numbers: Learning Maths for Kids!” 🎲

# Exploring Numbers and Operations 📊

## Writing Numbers in Words and Figures 📝

### Example:

- “106” in words is “One hundred and six.”
- “232” in words is “Two hundred and thirty-two.”
- “Five hundred and thirty” in figures is “530.”
- “58” has 5 Tens and 8 Units.

## Basic Addition and Subtraction 🧮

### Example:

- Subtracting: 18 – 3 = 15
- Adding: TU + 21 = 39 (Tens and Units)
- On a number line: Start at 8, move 3 back to get 5.

## Counting Patterns and Fractions 🔄

### Example:

- Counting by 2’s: 50, 52, 54, 56, 58…
- Fraction: Shaded part in a figure is 1/3.
- Number line subtraction: Start at 8, move 3 back to get 5.

## Place Value and Number Identification 🔢

### Example:

- Identify Tens and Units: 46 has 4 Tens and 6 Units.
- Number in words: “Three hundred and four” is written as “304.”

Teacher should please breaks down the topics into manageable sections with examples and explanations suitable for Primary 1 students learning basic mathematics concepts.

Subject: Mathematics Class: Primary 1 Write the following numbers in words. 106 ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 232 ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Subtract the following numbers. 18 – 3 = ……………………………………………… 20 – 6 = ……………………………………………… Add the following numbers together. T U + 2 1 1 8 __________ T U + 1 4 2 2 __________ Add the following together using number line. 3 6 ____________________________________________________________________ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 6 + 3 = Write the following numbers in figures. Five hundred and thirty: ………………………………………..……………….. Three hundred and four: ……………………………………..………………….. Two hundred and twenty – one: ………………………………………. Count the following numbers is 2’s. 50, ………………., 54, ………………….., 58, ……………………….., 62 72, ………………., 76, ………………….., 80, ……………………….., 84 Subtract the following using number line. ____________________________________________________________________ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 8 – 3 = Stop Start Write out the shaded fraction. = …………………… Identify the following Tens and Units. 46 = ……………………….. Tens and ……………………. Units 58 = ……………………….. Tens and ……………………. Units

Primary 1 students:

- Write the following numbers in words:
- 106: One hundred and six
- 232: Two hundred and thirty-two

- Subtract the following numbers:
- 18 – 3 = 15
- 20 – 6 = 14

- Add the following numbers together:
- TU
- 21

= 39

- TU
- 14

= 36

- TU
- Add the following together using a number line:
- Start at 6, move 3 steps forward, reach 9.

- Write the following numbers in figures:
- Five hundred and thirty: 530
- Three hundred and four: 304
- Two hundred and twenty-one: 221

- Count the following numbers in 2’s:
- 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, 62, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 74, 76, 78, 80, 82, 84

- Subtract the following using a number line:
- Start at 8, move 3 steps back, reach 5.

- Write out the shaded fraction:
- 1/3

- Identify the following Tens and Units:
- 46 = 4 Tens and 6 Units
- 58 = 5 Tens and 8 Units

Remember, when subtracting using a number line, we start at a number and move backward for subtraction. When counting by 2’s, we skip count: 2, 4, 6, 8, and so on. Tens and Units help us understand the place value of numbers, where Tens are groups of ten and Units are single digits. Keep practicing and learning! 📚✏️

MATHEMATICS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION PRIMARY 1

**Q: How do I write the number 106 in words?**- A: The number 106 is written as “One hundred and six.”

**Q: What is the written form of the number 232?**- A: The number 232 is written as “Two hundred and thirty-two.”

**Q: What is the result of subtracting 3 from 18?**- A: 18 – 3 = 15

**Q: What is the answer when you subtract 6 from 20?**- A: 20 – 6 = 14

**Q: How do I solve the addition problem TU + 21 = 39?**- A: In this addition problem, if TU + 21 = 39, then TU is 18.

**Q: In the addition problem TU + 14 = 36, what does TU represent?**- A: In this case, TU stands for a number that, when added to 14, gives a total of 36. So, TU is 22.

**Q: How can I solve addition problems using a number line?**- A: You start at a number and move forward the number of steps given by the addend to find the sum.

**Q: What number comes after counting by 2’s from 50?**- A: Counting by 2’s from 50 gives us: 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, and so on.

**Q: How do I write “Five hundred and thirty” using numbers?**- A: “Five hundred and thirty” is written as 530.

**Q: What is the numerical form of “Three hundred and four”?**- A: “Three hundred and four” is written as 304.

**Q: How do I write “Two hundred and twenty-one” using digits?**- A: “Two hundred and twenty-one” is written as 221.

**Q: What is the result of 8 – 3 when using a number line?**- A: You start at 8 on the number line and move 3 steps backward to reach 5.

**Q: What fraction is shaded in the given figure?**- A: The shaded fraction is 1/3.

**Q: How do I identify the Tens and Units in the number 46?**- A: In 46, 4 represents the Tens place, and 6 represents the Units place.

**Q: What are the Tens and Units in the number 58?**- A: In 58, 5 represents the Tens place, and 8 represents the Units place.

These questions and answers cover basic arithmetic concepts and number representation, helping Primary 1 students build a strong foundation in mathematics.

- Write the number 106 in words: a) One hundred and eight b) One hundred and five c) One hundred and seven d) One hundred and six
- Write the number 232 in words: a) Two hundred and thirty-three b) Two hundred and thirty-one c) Two hundred and thirty-two d) Two hundred and thirty-four
- Subtract 3 from 18: a) 15 b) 16 c) 17 d) 18
- Subtract 6 from 20: a) 14 b) 15 c) 16 d) 17
- Solve the addition problem: TU + 21 = 39. What is TU? a) 18 b) 19 c) 20 d) 21
- Solve the addition problem: TU + 14 = 36. What is TU? a) 18 b) 19 c) 20 d) 22
- Using a number line, what is the result of adding 3 to 6? a) 8 b) 9 c) 10 d) 11
- Write the number “Five hundred and thirty” in figures: a) 503 b) 530 c) 350 d) 5030
- Write the number “Three hundred and four” in figures: a) 340 b) 403 c) 304 d) 430
- Write the number “Two hundred and twenty-one” in figures: a) 211 b) 221 c) 212 d) 222
- Count by 2’s: 50, ____, 54, ____, 58, ____, 62 a) 52, 56, 60 b) 52, 55, 58 c) 52, 54, 56 d) 52, 58, 64
- Count by 2’s: 72, ____, 76, ____, 80, ____, 84 a) 74, 78, 82 b) 74, 77, 80 c) 74, 76, 78 d) 74, 80, 86
- Using a number line, what is the result of 8 – 3? a) 4 b) 5 c) 6 d) 7
- Identify the Tens and Units in 46: a) 4 Tens, 6 Units b) 6 Tens, 4 Units c) 40 Tens, 6 Units d) 60 Tens, 4 Units
- Identify the Tens and Units in 58: a) 5 Tens, 8 Units b) 8 Tens, 5 Units c) 50 Tens, 8 Units d) 80 Tens, 5 Units