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Maths No Problem

This morning we have started our new maths topic of money. We have looked at the different coins, identified their value and ordered them. We have noticed they are different colours, sizes and shapes!

This morning we have been learning to share equally. We learnt them mother “one for you one for me”. The children had to share 20 “meatballs” out onto 5 dinner plates”. They then realised the they couldn’t share out 18 “meatballs” equally into 5 plates. 

This morning we started to learn about division The children used practical objects to divide them into equal groups. The children learnt the new vocabulary equal, groups and share. 

This morning we have started our new chapter - numbers above 40! The children were using their ten frames to count on numbers bigger than 20. They put cubes into ten frames and counted on. 
This morning we have started our maths topic of 'length'. We are learning to make a prediction and then correctly measure using paper clips. the children have to choose an object, make a prediction of its length and then measure it!

This morning we started learning how to add numbers by making 10.The children worked with a partner using their ten frames. Each were given a digit to show using the ten frame, whoever had the biggest number had to take the counters from their partner to make ten. The children then counted on from ten to find out the total of the two numbers. 

Today we used the bee-bots to test our directions especially right and left! The children loved making sure they didn’t crash!
This morning we spent our maths lesson in the hall! We did lots of different ordinal numbers activities! We used hot wheel cars, throwing bean bags, running races and sorting out words and numbers.
This morning we have learnt how to represent a number using a "ten frame".