Whole - Part- part
Some children would of taken home a sheet with 3 circles on- if they didn't then I have attached another or you can draw one out.
Parents, choose either 6,7,8,9 and write the number on another piece of paper or if you have wooden numbers then put it in the top circle, the children then need to find all the different number bonds to that number.
The children can explore putting cubes, lego, beads, buttons inside the other two circles to explore. Make sure the children only have the right amount of objects to start with otherwise they will become a little confused.
I hope that all makes sense, very hard teaching maths through a computer as it is all very practical.