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Week 3 January 2021

PARENTS IF YOUR CHILD NEEDS A NEW BOOK TO RECORD THEIR WORK IN, PLEASE CALL INTO THE OFFICE BETWEEN 9.30PM AND 2.30PM

 

Monday

Let's start the week with a song

 

Phonics

Please practice your spellings and read a selection of high frequency words that you are unfamiliar with for your group every day.

 

                                                     Incredibles/Billy/Buzz                         Gruffalos

                            

Gruffalos & Incredibles

Below are 3 different ways of writing the 'air' sound. Learn the rhymes for your new sounds and make up your own actions to go with the sound. Then click on the Power Point and practice all the sounds you have learnt so far.

                              

     Share and care          She blows air on her hair        Bear with a pear                   PowerPoint


You can also write the 'air' sound using 'ere' as in the word 'there', but they are less common.  Watch  the clips below to learn all about the different ways of writing the 'air' sound.

           

 

Billy Goats

Look at your new sounds below and learn the rhyme to go with the sound.

                            

 Train in the rain        See the tree              Bright light

 

Next watch the clips below exploring these new sounds.

            

  

Now watch the 'Super Phonic Hero' clip to see the actions to go with rhymes.  Then click on the Power Point and practice all the sounds you have learnt so far.

                    

'Super phonic hero'             PowerPoint

 

Buzz Lightyears

Over the next few weeks you will be going back to the beginning revisiting all the single sounds you have been introduced to, to develop your skills in blending these sounds to read and write simple words. REMEMBER to practice your spellings every day! The focus sounds this week are g/o/c/k

  

            

 NOW TAKE A WELL EARNED SHORT BREAK EVERYONE 

 

Literacy

Today we are going to listen to another super rhyming dinosaur story, make yourself comfy, listen carefully and see if you can keep to the beat and identify the rhyming words.

You might need to turn the volume up

 

Who can tell me  - What are rhyming words?

That's right, they are words that sound the same at the end.

 

If you're unsure, click on the links below to find out more before watching the story.

       

..

Wasn't that a fun story - my favourite part was when the dinosaur band started to play because, I liked the words they used 'Do-bop-a-loo-bop' and 'Boomalakka, Boomalakka, whack, whack, whack'. The words sound a bit like music. 

 

What was your favourite part - Why?

 

Gruffalos and Incredibles Activity

 

Parents - the next part the children can complete independently. Explain to them what they need to do (see below) and show them how to pause the video on each page. 

 

You're going to need your home learning books and a pen for the next part.

  • Write todays date at the top Monday 18th
  • Listen to the story again and see if you can find the rhyming words in the text?
  • Where are they in the sentence?
  • Pause the video on each page and write them down in your books - like this

Slime - time

romp - stomp

 

  • Underline the ending of the words
  • Put a tick next to the ones that have the same spelling pattern and a circle next to the ones with a different spelling pattern.

 

Billy Goats and Buzz Lightyears Activity

 

Test your skills by playing the rhyming games

      

 

Now complete the writing activity below in your home learning books.

open the document, copy the first word, then try and think of 3 other words that rhyme.  Remember that rhyming words often have the same spelling pattern at the end. Like this:

 

Wake     cake     bake     shake

 

Maths

 

All groups -  Complete a 10 mins daily mental warm up

 

 

Sing along to any of the warm up songs below that you need more practice with.

 

Stars &  Hexagons - Can you do this from different starting points? Ask an older sibling or parent if free to ask you to count on from different starting points. 

For example, 33,34,35,36,37 / 52,54,56,58,60 / 25,30,35,40,45 / 30,40,50,60,70. 

 

Counting FORWARD in 1s to 20   -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VLxWIHRD4E   

Counting FORWARD in 2s to 20   -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvTcpfSnOMQ   

Counting FORWARD in 1s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TgLtF3PMOc   

Counting FORWARD in 2s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnGJjnhakFY   

Counting FORWARD in 10s to 100- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7stosHbZZZg   

Counting FORWARD in 5s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EemjeA2Djjw 

Counting BACK in 1s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v82X6XhsQhs 

Counting BACK in 2s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lra9FAqtUeE 

Counting BACK in 5s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTePHopMI5U 

Counting BACK & FORWARD in 10s from100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7stosHbZZZg

All groups 

 

Watch the story below ‘The Magic Pot’.  Can you guess what we will be exploring in maths this week?

  

 

Did you guess correctly?  YES it is DOUBLING! Doubling is when you add together 2 groups of the same amount. Watch the clip below!

  

 

To learn more click on the image to open the PowerPoint below, then click on the 'slideshow' tab, then click 'Play from beginning slide' tab as shown in PPT instruction pictures below circled in green.

All groups

Work your way through each slide and solve the problem before the next click!  Make sure you read the questions at the top of the slide. 

    PPT instruction 1                                 PPT instruction 2                      PowerPoint

                                                                            

PARENTS it is important that children have a good understanding of what doubling is before moving onto larger numbers and mental recall of double numbers. My favourite way to introduce doubles is using a mirror.  Give your child a mirror and ask her or him to hold up one finger. Seeing the reflection of their finger in the mirror instantly demonstrates how to double one.  Continue using this method of holding up fingers until they could double to five. We would then explore doubles by placing different objects in front of the mirror and counting them. Take a look at how to teach doubles with a mirror and a clip with fun ideas to help children understand what doubling.  Practice both ways of writing a double number sentence:                1 + 1 = 2 / double 1 = 2

 

          

MUST BE CLOSE TO LUNCH TIME NOW, SO HAVE A BREAK. 

WELL DONE EVERYONE!

 

Topic

Last week, we discovered that dinosaurs could be put into different groups according to what they ate.

Let's refresh our memories.

  • What do dinosaurs eat?
  • What are plant eaters called?
  • What are meat eaters called
  • What are dinosaurs that eat meat and plants called?

 

Watch these videos if you don't know

     

 

Now for our independent activity, You are going to have a go at writing a sentence explaining the terms 'carnivore', 'herbivore' and 'omnivore'.

 

Parents - if you remind the children how to write a sentence and demonstrate doing it, we find it really helps.

Ask:

  • What do we start a sentence with? (capital letter)
  • What comes at the end of the sentence? (full stop)
  • ​​​​​​​What do we put in-between the words so that we can read them? (finger spaces)
  • What can we do to remember what comes next? (reread what we have written)
  • Say "well done, lets have a go together first"
  • Model thinking of what to say - "what did we need to write, oh yes, what does the word carnivore mean. Let's see, A dinosaur that eats meat is a carnivore". Now how am I going to write that.
  • Show them how to write the sentence, putting finger spaces between words and sounding out the words as you write them. Don't focus on spelling the words correctly, focus on writing the sounds you hear eg: dinosor, eets, meet etc. Model, forgetting what comes next and exaggerate re- reading the words so far so that you can remember what to write next.
  • ​​​​​​​This way the children will develop confidence in their own ability to write without being hung up on the correct spelling which is above the average child's ability at this point.
  • Let the children complete this sentence as independently as possible

Billy goats and Buzz Lightyears

 

Draw a picture of a Carnivore dinosaur, encourage your child to talk about what they have drawn. "What can you tell me about this dinosaur? What does it eat?

How could we write that in a sentence? A what eats meat? Fantastic, that's a great sentence , let's write that.

 Adult to help the child (as above) write a simpler sentence underneath -

  • A carnivore eats meat
  • A herbivore eats plants

 

Parents - if your child is really struggling to write the sentence, write their words on to cut up bits of paper.  Support them to say the sentence over and over then find the corresponding words on paper and put them in order. Repeat several times until they are more familiar.

PE

After all that hard work - lets get up, get moving and re -energise with Joe.

PE With Joe 2021 | Friday 15th Jan

Tuesday

 

A little reminder children, you must read at least once a day on bug club.  It does not have to be a different book each day, you can repeat the same book if you want to. Don't forget to make sure you have answered all the questions and clicked on all the bug icons once you have finished the book, so that it shows as being read.

Phonics - Repeat Monday's activities for your group

Please practice your spellings and read a selection of high frequency words that you are unfamiliar with for your group every day.

                        Incredibles/Billy/Buzz                    Gruffalos

                                     

 Gruffalos & Incredibles

Below are 3 different ways of writing the 'air' sound. Learn the rhymes for your new sounds and make up your own actions to go with the sound.  Then click on the Power Point and practice all the sounds you have learnt so far.

   .                                                          

   Share and care        She blows air on her hair       Beware of the bear               PowerPoint

You can also write the 'air' sound using 'ere' as in the word 'there', but they are less common.  Watch  the clips below to learn all about the different ways of writing the 'air' sound. Also watch the extra sound clip with Mr Thorne!

           

 

Billy Goats

Recap your new sounds below and practice the rhyme to go with the sound.

                                                       

 Train in the rain        See the tree              Bright light

 

Next watch the clips below exploring these new sounds.

                                  

  

Now watch the 'Super Phonic Hero' clip to see and practice the actions to go with rhymes.  Then click on the Power Point and practice all the sounds you have learnt so far.    

'Super phonic hero'               PowerPoint

                         

 

Buzz Lightyears

Over the next few weeks you will be going back to the beginning revisiting all the single sounds you have been introduced to, to further develop your skills in blending these sounds to read and write simple words. REMEMBER to practice your spellings every day! The focus sounds this week are g/o/c/k

                        

            

 NOW TAKE A WELL EARNED SHORT BREAK EVERYONE

Literacy 

 This ones for you 

 

 

Today we are going to explore all about Volcanos.

  • Click on the picture to play the animation, listen carefully because there are lots of new words to learn. 
  • Type in this code to view the clip     Shared: GK7610 

 

  

  • Watch it again so that you deepen your understanding
  • Now open the interactive wordsearch and find the new vocabulary you've learnt.
  • Sound the words out to help you read them then find them on amongst all the other letters.
  • ​​​​​​​Type in this code to view the clip Shared: IR1590

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maths

 

All groups -  Complete a 10 mins daily mental warm up

 

Sing along to any of the warm up songs below that you need more practice with.

 

Stars &  Hexagons - Can you do this from different starting points? Ask an older sibling or parent if free to ask you to count on from different starting points. 

For example, 33,34,35,36,37 / 52,54,56,58,60 / 25,30,35,40,45 / 30,40,50,60,70. 

 

Counting FORWARD in 1s to 20   -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VLxWIHRD4E   

Counting FORWARD in 2s to 20   -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvTcpfSnOMQ   

Counting FORWARD in 1s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TgLtF3PMOc   

Counting FORWARD in 2s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnGJjnhakFY   

Counting FORWARD in 10s to 100- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7stosHbZZZg   

Counting FORWARD in 5s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EemjeA2Djjw 

Counting BACK in 1s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v82X6XhsQhs 

Counting BACK in 2s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lra9FAqtUeE 

Counting BACK in 5s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTePHopMI5U 

Counting BACK & FORWARD in 10s from100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7stosHbZZZg

 

Stars & Hexagons

Watch the clips below to learn more and further develop your understanding of what doubling means.

     

 

Next click on the PowerPoint below, then click on the 'slideshow' tab, then click 'Play from beginning slide' tab as shown in PPT instruction pictures below circled in green. Work your way through each slide and solve the double number before the next click!

  PPT instruction 1                                             PPT instruction 2                                    PowerPoint          

      

Stars activity         

Now you know about doubling numbers to 20 you are going to work on developing mental recall  of doubles to 20 and extend your thinking and mental recall of doubling multiples of 10.  Work through the sheet below either print out or record in your blue book. 

        

 

Hexagons activity

Now you know more about doubling numbers complete the dinosaur eggs doubles activity. Work through each sheet and record in your book, for example. 

           

 

Diamonds & Hearts

Watch the clips to develop your understanding of doubles.  Then click on the PowerPoint for your group, then click on the 'slideshow' tab, then click 'Play from beginning slide' tab as shown in PPT instruction pictures below circled in green. Work your way through each slide and solve the double number before the next click!

                                                                                          Hearts                        Diamonds

               

 

    

  

 

Topic

Let's watch a real life volcano -

  • What do you think - spectacular hey!
  • Now watch the animation below to check what you understand

PE

Get ready to erupt  -  who knew you can do a volcano dance.

Join in with the video, practice it a few times so you get really good.

Let's end the day with one of our  favourite songs

Wednesday

PARENTS .........  IMPORTANT NOTICE

An invite will be sent to your child's hwb email at the end of the day to join a teams meeting with us and some of their friends on Thursday.

 

Phonics

 

All groups - repeat activities for Tuesday for your daily recap for your group then complete today's phonic extension activity for your group. Click on the picture to watch the clips of more 'Super Phonic heroes' from this week.

       

 

Gruffalos & Incredibles

Click on picture below for an online dictionary and explore finding out the meanings of any unfamiliar words from your spelling list and listen to them being said in a sentence. Type the word you want to know the meaning of into the search bar at the top then click on the magnifying glass to search.  Click on the little red speaker to hear the words and sentences.  Can you think of your own sentences using your spelling words?

       

 

Billy Goats

Write or say a simple sentence using a spelling word from your spelling list and a describing word, for example - The train is red and green. The train is fast.   REMEMBER to use a capital letter at the beginning and a full stop at the end of your sentence.  

  

 

Buzz Lightyears

Sort out the real and fake words for the dragons.  Click on picture below, then click on Phase 2 and then click on Revise all Phase 2 as shown in pictures below.

        

   

 

Literacy

Today, we are going to refresh our knowledge of rhyming words. 

  • Lets start with our names - can you make up some nonsense words that rhyme with your name?
  • Here's some I thought of
  • Campbell, shamble, ramble, bramble, angle, unscramble, fangle, twangle.
  • Colley, dolly, Wally, folly, brolly, trolley, polly, lolly, holly, sholey.
  • It doesn't matter if they're not real words - just make sure that they sound the same at the end.
    • Have a go now - think of some words that rhymes with your name or your mum or dads name.
    • Have some fun - make a rhyming string, try saying them really fast.
  • Fantastic - I bet you thought of lots. 
  • Now let's watch some videos to give us a bit more understanding.

 

Gruffalos and Incredibles

      

 

 Hopefully, you have become shining rhyming whizz kids after all that. 

Have some fun and play the games below then try to use rhyming for the rest of day around the house - kidos, bidos, tidos, slidos, chidos.

 

     

 

In this game, you have to find the word that doesn't rhyme

 

 

Billy Goats and Buzz Lightyears

     

 

Play the game to test your skills

  

 

Can you find the word that rhymes

 

Maths

 

All groups -  Complete a 10 mins daily mental warm up

 

Sing along to any of the warm up songs below that you need more practice with.

 

Stars &  Hexagons - Can you do this from different starting points? Ask an older sibling or parent if free to ask you to count on from different starting points. 

For example, 33,34,35,36,37 / 52,54,56,58,60 / 25,30,35,40,45 / 30,40,50,60,70. 

 

Counting FORWARD in 1s to 20   -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VLxWIHRD4E   

Counting FORWARD in 2s to 20   -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvTcpfSnOMQ   

Counting FORWARD in 1s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TgLtF3PMOc   

Counting FORWARD in 2s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnGJjnhakFY   

Counting FORWARD in 10s to 100- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7stosHbZZZg   

Counting FORWARD in 5s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EemjeA2Djjw 

Counting BACK in 1s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v82X6XhsQhs 

 

 

Counting BACK in 2s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lra9FAqtUeE 

Counting BACK in 5s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTePHopMI5U 

Counting BACK & FORWARD in 10s from100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7stosHbZZZg

 

All groups - Look at the doubles songs below, choose a favourite and use that to help you mentally recall doubles.

           

 

 

Stars & Hexagons

Today you are going to make a pairs doubling memory game to play with a brother, sister, mum or dad, this will develop your quick mental recall of doubles.  Open the number cards below for your group and either print them out or make your own number cards.  

 

Next lay all the cards out of order face down so you cannot see the number.  Take it in turns to turn over just 2 cards on your go to find matching numbers, if you find a matching number you must say what the double number is to win the cards.  Try to use mental recall to solve, but if you are not able to do this, use any counting strategies or doubling objects strategies to solve. HAVE FUN!

    Stars & Hexagons                      Stars & Hexagons                    Stars -  challenge larger numbers

                                                   extension multiples of 10  

                                              

  

   

Stars - what skills / number knowledge did you use to solve the 'challenge' doubles? What was your thinking as your were working it out? Try and explain your thinking to an adult.

Hexagons - what skills / number knowledge did you use to solve the 'extension' doubles? Did you notice a pattern? Try and explain your thinking to an adult.

 

Diamonds & Hearts

Now you know more about doubling numbers complete the dinosaur eggs doubles activity. Work through each sheet and record in your book, for example -

 

       

  

PE

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Topic

In topic you are going to be making your very own Volcano! You will have a few days to complete this task and we want you to have fun while you do it. Below you will find a link to a page with instructions. 

 

  

IMPORTANT NOTICE Today Thursday 21st January!

An invite has been sent to your child's

hwb email to join a teams meeting with some of their friends this morning

Thursday

 

Phonics

 

All groups - repeat activities for Monday for your group that you need more practice then complete  phonic extension activity for your group.

  

                           Gruffalos                                                           Incredibles

                     

 

                           Billy Goats                                Buzz Lightyears

                            

 

Literacy

Hi parents, I uploaded a powerpoint of this lesson below but as it is a video, the links don't work. you can access the links underneath the video. Sorry

 

Good morning everyone, today, we are going to start exploring 'Poetry'

Does anyone know what Poetry is?

You might not have heard that word before but I'm sure you've heard some poems before. Poems can take on many different forms and the one you're probably most familiar with is nursery rhymes like 'Im a little tea pot' or Mary, Mary quite contrary'. I'm sure you've heard lots of these at home and in school, they're great fun and have nice little tunes and rhyming words.

  • What nursery rhymes can you sing/ recite on your own?
  • You can click on the picture if you want to learn some new Nursery Rhymes

 

 

Now, as we get older, the poems tend to get a bit more interesting and fun. They make us conjure up images in our heads and think and feel different things.

Here's one of my favourite poets reciting a fantastic poem all about chocolate cake. Have a listen, I bet you'll love it too.

 

 

Poetry 12.mp4

Still image for this video

  • What did you think about that?
  • Did you like it or not?
  • What did you like/dislike about it?
  • Why did you like/ dislike that bit - was it funny, did it make you feel good, was the sound of the words nice, did make you imagine?

Here's another great poet, his poem is all about turkeys - you know, the thing people eat for Christmas dinner!

I love that poem because its really funny and has great rhyming words and rhythm.

  • What did you think - thumbs up or down?

Ok, right so, here's what I want you to do. I want you to listen to the next poem By a poet called Spike Milligan and start to learn it off by heart. You can even find some things around the hose to add sound effects if you want.

To do this, you have to practice it everyday a few lines at a time.

Do you think you can do that - I do!

At least there's no writing!

Not Yet.

 

We'd love to see how you get on, so don't forget to send us a video of you!

Click on the picture below for the words and an audio recording of it.

 

   

Maths

 

All groups -  Complete a 10 mins daily mental warm up

 

Sing along to any of the warm up songs below that you need more practice with.

 

Stars &  Hexagons - Can you do this from different starting points BACKWARDS? Ask an older sibling or parent if free to ask you to count on from different starting points BACKWARDS

For example, 37,36,35,34,33 / 60,58,56,54,52 / 45,40,35,30,25 / 70,60,50,40,30

Counting FORWARD in 1s to 20   -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VLxWIHRD4E   

Counting FORWARD in 2s to 20   -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvTcpfSnOMQ   

Counting FORWARD in 1s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TgLtF3PMOc   

Counting FORWARD in 2s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnGJjnhakFY   

Counting FORWARD in 10s to 100- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7stosHbZZZg   

Counting FORWARD in 5s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EemjeA2Djjw 

Counting BACK in 1s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v82X6XhsQhs 

Counting BACK in 2s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lra9FAqtUeE 

Counting BACK in 5s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTePHopMI5U 

Counting BACK & FORWARD in 10s from100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7stosHbZZZg  

Take a look at our 'Super Number Hero' clip, counting on from different starting points

  

Now sing along to the doubles songs below or choose your favourites! You can also look at any of the doubling learning clips that have been up this week.

 

            

 

NOW TAKE A SHORT BREAK - READY FOR YOUR MATHS ACTIVITY

Stars & Hexagons

Play doubles memory game form yesterdays lesson to prepare your brains for todays activity!

The skill you have been aiming to develop this week is 'QUICK MENTAL RECALL OF DOUBLES' AND NOT JUST TO BE ABLE TO WORK IT OUT BY ADDING ON 

 

Today you are going to play timed doubles games to improve and test your mental recall of doubles and become a doubling expert. Click on Hit the Button picture to open then click on doubles circle. Next choose doubles section shown below.                            

        

 

STARS - extra challenge with 2 digit and larger numbers click on links below. Complete the double section in following order and only move on when you have become skilled at quick mental recall of doubles for that section. Doubles from 5 to 15 / doubles from 10 to 20 / doubles to 50  - Good Luck! 

    

 

Diamonds & Hearts

 

Today you are going to make a pairs doubling memory game to play with a brother, sister, mum or dad, this will develop your quick mental recall of doubles.  Open the number cards below for your group and either print them out or make your own number cards.  

         Diamonds                     Hearts

               

Next lay all the cards out of order face down so you cannot see the number.  Take it in turns to turn over just 2 cards on your go to find matching numbers, if you find a matching number you must say what the double number is to win the cards.  Try to use mental recall to solve, but if you are not able to do this, use any counting strategies or doubling objects strategies to solve. HAVE FUN!

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Have fun learning the words to do with Volcanos through this fun song while you continue with making your very own Volcanos from yesterdays lesson.

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Friday

 

Phonics

 

Parents so that children can focus on the new sounds they are learning at the start of a each week please can you complete the spelling test on a Friday during distance learning.   

All groups - play the phonic space game for your group and repeat any activities from the week for your daily recap and then do your spelling test.

          Gruffalos           Incredibles        Billy Goats        Buzz Lightyears

                     

 

Spelling Test - Ask your Parent to read out the spelling words (out of order) for you to write down, get them to mark them and give you a score out of 10

   

Literacy

Let's finish the week with a song!

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Watch the video above with sound or click on the picture below to open the Powerpoint

  

Take a look at our 'Super Poetry Princess' to cheer you up!

Want to see what your friends have been up to - go to the gallery or see More videos at the bottom of the page

 

            

 

Maths

 

All groups - complete a 10 minute mental maths warm up.

 

Watch another 'Super Number Hero' in action counting backwards in multiples of 10

             

Sing along to any of the warm up songs below that you need more practice with

Counting FORWARD in 1s to 20   -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VLxWIHRD4E   

Counting FORWARD in 2s to 20   -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvTcpfSnOMQ   

Counting FORWARD in 1s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TgLtF3PMOc   

Counting FORWARD in 2s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnGJjnhakFY   

Counting FORWARD in 10s to 100- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7stosHbZZZg   

Counting FORWARD in 5s to 100 -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EemjeA2Djjw 

Counting BACK in 1s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v82X6XhsQhs 

Counting BACK in 2s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lra9FAqtUeE 

Counting BACK in 5s from 100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTePHopMI5U 

Counting BACK & FORWARD in 10s from100 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7stosHbZZZg

 

Stars &  Hexagons - Can you do this from different starting points BACKWARDS? Ask an older sibling or parent if free to ask you to count on from different starting points BACKWARDS. 

For example, 37,36,35,34,33 / 60,58,56,54,52 / 45,40,35,30,25 / 70,60,50,40,30

All groups

The skill you have been aiming to develop this week is 'QUICK MENTAL RECALL OF DOUBLES' AND NOT JUST TO BE ABLE TO WORK IT OUT BY ADDING ON. Play the timed doubles games to improve and test your mental recall of doubles and become a doubling expert. Click on Hit the Button picture to open then click on doubles circle. Next choose doubles section shown below for your group. 

                                                               All groups                    Stars & Hexagons

                         

 

STARS - extra challenge with 2 digit and larger numbers click on links below. Complete the double section in following order and only move on when you have become skilled at quick mental recall of doubles for that section. Doubles from 5 to 15 / doubles from 10 to 20 / doubles to 50  - Good Luck!

   

 

Open the image for your group and work through the Big Maths CLIC number questions to develop mathematical vocabulary and use your number knowledge.  Either print off the sheet or write the sums in your book.  THIS IS NOT A TIMED ACTIVITY

       Hexagons, Diamonds & Hearts                                Stars

                                                 

                       CLIC                                                                CLIC

Today is the 2nd time you will take part in the weekly Big Maths Beat That challenge.  So before you begin  print off the sheet below or write the sums in your book ready to time yourself without working out the answers. 

PARENTS IMPORTANT PLEASE READ

The Big Maths challenge is a once a week timed activity and you will be working towards eventually completing this sheet in 30 seconds. You will complete the same sums each week but they will be presented  in different orders. Now you all know from learning about time that 30 seconds is not a lot of time and I am not expecting anyone to be able to complete it in 30 seconds on a second attempt.  In fact it will most likely take many weeks for some and others may not get there until towards the end of  year 1.  Read the instructions for your group for a good starting point for your level of learning.  So get comfortable and ask a parent to time you completing the sums in your book or on the sheet.

   

Stars -  At your level you should be able to mentally recall these addition facts and you will be focusing on improving your time and quick mental recall week by week. 

Hexagons - At your level you may be able to mentally recall simple addition facts or you may need to use the strategy where you put the largest number in your head and count on.  For example 6 + 4, put 6 in your head hold up 4 fingers and count on from 6 until all 4 fingers are added to the 6.

Diamonds - Some of  you may be able to use the same strategy as hexagons to solve or you may need to count out objects and add them together to find your answer.

Hearts - At your level you will need to use objects to count into 2 groups and then count them all  together to find your answer.

WHATEVER STRATEGY YOU USE TO SOLVE PLEASE REMEMBER TO TIME YOURSELF AND WRITE IT IN YOUR BOOK OR ON THE SHEET.

Topic

Finish your volcano models ready for next week.

If you have finished, have a go at some Volcano art

Click the picture to watch how it's done

 

 

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