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7.5.20

Maths: To recognise numbers in the environment. What you will need: Ipad, phone or pretend camera List of numbers 1-10 and pencil

Your mission is to go on a number hunt in your house (or even outside on your daily walk) Take photographs of the numbers you see. Look round your house and identify numbers you can see. Here is a list of things I thought of which have numbers on them, you may want to ‘plant’ a few before you start: clocks, door, phones, letters, toy cars and trains, birthday cards, clothes, maps, calendar.

 

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Guided Reading: Read to an adult and discuss the story. Can you sequence the story?

 

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6.5.20

Maths: To count accurately up to 10 objects. What you will need: An egg box with 10 spaces (join two together) or an ice cube tray with 10 spaces. Write numbers 1-10 on small pieces on paper and put in the bottom of each space in order

Your mission is to collect the correct number of items to go inside each hole. (daisy, rice, small paste, hair bobbles, small beads, small sweets, blades of grass, pompoms etc) Discuss I wonder what kind of things will fit? Will we need bigger or smaller objects for the bigger numbers? Send a picture to Mrs Rees

 

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Guided Reading: Read to an adult and discuss the story. Ask lots of ‘Wh’ questions

 

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5.4.20

Maths: Comparing and counting objects-You will need: Small objects to hide such as coloured buttons, cotton reels, plastic eggs or wrapped sweets. A bucket or basket to collect the objects in

Hide the objects around the room and let your child collect them Discuss: Who has the most? Who has least? How do you know? If I have 3 blue and 2 green buttons, how many do I have altogether? Use your fingers to help work it out or count the objects. If I lose one, how many will I have? If I find two more blue ones, how many will I have? You could practise writing numbers 1-6 on paper, on a white board or on a tray of flour using a small paintbrush. Or you could make numbers using playdoh.

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Guided Reading: Read to an adult and discuss the story, what are the key words, choose a few key words and write them out

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4.5.20

Maths: Login to My Maths-complete Number task 1

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Guided Reading: Read to an adult and discuss the story, what are the key words, choose a few key words and write them out

 

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