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Week beginning 29th June 2020

 

I have posted the story "Oliver's Vegetables" on Tapestry.

Week beginning 15th June 2020

 

The White Rose maths this week is covering a lot of mathematical concepts through Julia Donaldson's "Princess Mirror-Belle and the Dragon Pox". This week we are looking at 3d shapes, counting to 20, number bonds to  20, measuring (with toilet roll!), doubling and finding pairs, and capacity. So, a lot of activities to keep us busy! I will post a video of the story on Tapestry.

Week beginning 1st June 2020

 

This week White Rose Maths are basing their lessons on Julia Donaldson’s The Snail and the Whale. If you haven’t got the story at home, there is a video of me reading it on Tapestry. It was too long to post on here! We will be doing some of the activities at school too, so we can all do the same thing! 

Week beginning 18th May 2020

 

There are lots of mathematical concepts covered in the White Rose maths lessons this week. Using the book 'Superworm' by Julia Donaldson, the activities cover symmetry, repeating patterns, making patterns with our bodies, measuring length and time, money,  and counting forwards and backwards from different starting points.

Week beginning May 4th 2020

 

The maths activities on the White Rose Maths page are all about The Very Hungry Caterpillar and cover lots of mathematical concepts that we would be doing in class. This week the activities look at shape, length, patterns and repeating patterns, addition, and time (looking at days of the week). The Oak National Academy is also looking at Time this week, which is worth having a look at. Just go to the Icon on our webpage.

Week beginning April 20th 2020

 

The link to the maths activities should tie in with our "superhero" theme and the book we are looking at this week, which is "Supertato". Please look at Tapestry for Mrs Hill reading the story, or if you want a different reading of the story, I have posted a link on the Supertato activities on the English page.

For those of you who prefer your child to do the odd worksheet, I have included some sheets that cover numbers 11-20. When looking at the teen numbers, it is very important that the children understand that 13, for example is 1 ten and 3 ones. Or 11 is 1 ten and 1 one. They need to be able to visualise this.

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