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Maths

Maths

 

It is helpful if you include ‘over-learning’ of counting and number recognition during your day.  We might do this in school by counting and clapping as we line up or counting round a circle.  When out on a walk you could choose something to keep count of as you walk (e.g. dogs you pass, green cars, lamposts). 

  

We are continuing to use White Rose Maths videos to support home learning. 

  

Please watch the days video, look at the task (click on ‘Get the Activity’ next to the video, or, download at bottom of page) and complete it.  

 

We may also put other suggestions of activities that could be completed within the topic and there is a 'White Rose ideas and challenge' document available in downloads below.  Please only complete these if you have time/wish to.

  

This week our learning is Week 2 of Building 9 and 10.  

Please follow the link to find all the videos and tasks (all sessions are on this link). 

 

If you are able to follow Wellbeing Wednesday then only complete session 1-4. 

 

 Monday 1st March

Session 1 –Counting back fro 10 – 10 in a bed

 

Challenge and additional Ideas 

Hide numerals in the room, ask your grown up to give you an instruction (e.g. 1 more than 6) then run and fetch the numeral. Can you place it in roughly the right place? 

 

Tuesday 2nd March

Session 2 –Comparing Numbers within 10

 

Challenge and additional Ideas 

Roll a die with a family member. Who rolled the highest number? They earn a point (token). Repeat. You could play the game with the person that rolls the least earning the point. 

 

Wednesday 3rd March   Wellbeing Wednesday

Please don’t feel you have to complete this today, we would rather you were away from the screen.  

Session 3 Comparing numbers within 10

 

Challenge and additional Ideas 

Perhaps you could make dominoes with spots to 20. 

 

Thursday 4th March     World Book Day

Session 4 Making 10

 

Challenge and additional Ideas 

Make number cards 0-10 (with two 5s), play pairs to make 10. 

You could use playing cards 

 

Friday 5th March

Session 5 Making 10

 

Challenge and additional Ideas 

Make number cards 0-10 (with two 5s), play pairs to make 10. 

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