Before we move on to our main learning task, we have a few useful things to do to get our brains warmed up. First, practice your Gem Maths. Next you need to practice your numbers between 20 and 30. Your grown-up needs to say a number between 20 and 30 and you need to write the number down in numerals. For an extra challenge you could write it down in words too.
Addition Fact Families
Yesterday we were learning about number sentences and part-part-whole models. Today we learning about commutativity. This is sounds fancy but it really isn't too tricky. All it means is that we can rearrange the numbers in an addition number sentence and they can still be correct, provided we put them in the correct places.
For example, 6+2=8 can re written 2+6=8. It doesn't matter what order you add the numbers in.
We can't put the numbers in any order we like though. If we rearranged them like this, 6=2+8, what is the problem?
Try the problems below linked to commutativity. I have also attached it as document so you can print them out more easily.
Can you complete the topic activity in the topic section on the previous webpage? This half term we are beginning to think about Geography particularly where we live, where we come from and our local area.
This week we would like you to have a go at building your own house using materials you have at home. Don't forget to send us a photograph!
We would like you to click on the videos below and watch the phonics lessons 'ee' 'a_e' and 'blending with p' from Letters and Sounds. Activities which you can do to apply the sound are in the video and there are also linked underneath.
Don't forget to read your book everyday.