Today we will be counting to 100.
Children build on their previous learning of numbers to 50.
They continue grouping in 10s to make counting quicker and more efficient.
Children are introduced to the hundred square and use it to count forwards and backwards within 100.
If you have it is a dot-to-dot activities, both forwards and backwards, with a range of numbers is a fun way to explore counting to 100
What is the most efficient way to count the objects?
How many are in each group?
How many more groups would you need to make 100?
What do you notice about the layout of the hundred square?
Can you tell you friend an efficient way to find the number 57?
Will I count the number ___ if I am counting from ____ to ____?