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P1.N.1.1.c use concrete objects and the base-ten set to represent and compare numbers in terms of tens and ones, and use language such as 'more than', 'fewer than', 'the same as', and 'as many as' to describe the comparison.
P1.N.1.2.c use strategies such as 'count on', 'count back', 'make ten' and 'subtract from 10' for addition and subtraction within 20 (before committing the number facts to memory) and thereafter, within 100.
P1.N.2.1.c match a coin/note of one denomination to an equivalent set of coins/notes of another denomination using play money, and realise that a greater number of coins/notes is not necessarily a greater amount of money.
P1.G.1.1.a work in groups to measure length using a variety of non-standard units such as body parts, paper clips and common objects in their environment and explain their choices of units and how the measurement is done.