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'Believe to Achieve'

Tuesday 2.6.20

Maths

Starter

Begin by practising your Gem Maths.  You are then going to carry on practising your numbers between 80 and 90.  Play Fastest Finger using your hundred square.  Get your grown up to say numbers between 80 and 90 and find them as fast as you can.  How many can you get in one minute?

Comparing Numbers to 100

Yesterday you were counting to 100 and partitioning numbers.  Today we are going to be comparing them.

To compare numbers we need to use the language 'less than', 'greater than', 'more than', 'equal to', 'the same as'.

We also need to use the symbols:

<  >  =

Can you remember which is which?

Clue:  The crocodile eats the larger number.

When we compare two numbers we need to approach it logically.  If we had the numbers 43 and 38, we would begin by comparing the 'tens' numbers.  In this case, 4 tens is more so that number must be larger.  If the number of tens is the same, we move to the ones columns to see which is larger.

38 < 43       Thirty-eight is less than forty-three

or

43 > 38        Forty-three is more/greater than thirty-eight.

This may seem obvious, but children need to be clear that we use place value to compare numbers and that the column a digit is in determines its value.

Insert the correct symbols (<>=) between these numbers

35     45

22     16

19     91

84     82

69     76

Now try these problems:

Don't forget to send in pictures of your work or email us with any queries you have about answers to the questions.

English

Spellings (Y1 Common Exception Words) are, were, was, is, has

Remember to learn to read and write the words independently

Activity - Today we would like you to read the descriptions below and have a go at drawing the Big Bad Wolf on a computer programme or if you don't have access to do this, in your book. We would like you to then complete the challenge and describe the big bad wolf using a range of different adjectives. Make sure you describe what he looks like and his behaviour including his personality.

Activity - Curriculum

Today we are going to think about where food comes from. Initially we are thinking about where food comes from, is it from a plant, animal or both? If you click on the curriculum section on the previous page you will find all the relevant information.