We have been learning about addition using a number line. Can you jump with Freddie the frog and solve my addition number sentences?
We have been learning all about money and it's value. The children inform me they are fans of money! Why don't you try getting some coins out to make a rubbing to see if you can identify which coin is which.
Can you identify the coins?
How much is in each purse?
How many ways can you make 15p?
We have been learning how to find quarters of shapes and of numbers this week. Can you find 1/4 of the numbers below, use the pictures to help you.
1/4 of 4 =
1/4 of 8 =
1/4 of 16 =
1/4 of 20 =
1/4 of 40 =
Challenge! Can you find 2/4?
We have been find half of a number. Can you find half of these numbers?
Remember to share the number equally, one for you, one for me!
We have also been learning about reading the clock to half past the hour.
Have a look at my clocks, can you read the time?
Over the last couple of weeks we have been learning all about numbers!
We have been learning how to count in 2's, 5's and 10's. We have also been building groups of ten to help us understand numbers up to 100.
From here we have been looking at our Tiger Tens and our Unicorn Units to help us write our 2 digit numbers correctly and understand how we can partition the number!
We have been learning about money and time this week.
Have a go at making o'clock on your clocks.
How much is in my piggy bank?
We have been learning about length, mass and capacity this week. Practise saying these words:
What does each word mean?
Have at look at objects at home, which one is longer which one is smaller. Who is the tallest in your family, who is the shortest? Can you put your family in height order?
Which would have the smallest capacity, which would have the largest? Can you put them in order from smallest to largest capacity?
We have been learning to order the days of the week and the months of the year! Here are two videos to sing along with.
We have been revising our number sentences. Here are a few to practise at home:
Remember to read them carefully and make your symbols.
7 + 2 =
8 + 5 =
4 + 6 =
9 + 5 =
11 + 9 =
13 + 6 =
15 + 5 =
9 - 5 =
6 - 4 =
10 - 7 =
13 - 4 =
19 - 6 =
15 - 5 =
This week we have been looking at estimation and learning the vocabulary 'more than', 'less than', 'most', 'least' and 'equals'.
Think of the numbers in terms of objects/blocks.
Which is the most?
8 5 9 10
6 9 14 7
Which is the least?
1 10 8 0
25 14 12 100
Which two numbers are equal to each other?
4 5 4 6 9 10
In maths we have been learning all about our number bonds to 10. The last two weeks we have been looking at how to write number sentences and solving calculations with addition and subtraction.
Can anyone solve my number sentences?
5 + 5 = ___
6 + __ = 10
7 + 3 = ___
7 + 5 = ___
6 + 3 = ___
9 + 6 = ___
5 - 3 = ___
10 - 7 = ___
9 - 5 = ___
19 - 6 = ___
13 - 4 = ___
20 - 10 = ___
Write your number sentences down and solve the calculations.
You can bring them into class to show us.