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Maths No Problem

This morning we have learned a new way to represent numbers by using diennes. We have learned the words tens and ones/units. We can identify how many tens and ones are in a number. 
Look at how we can count above 20 using ten frames! 


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This morning we have been measuring items. We have learned the word “prediction”. The children chose an object, predicted the length and then used cubes to measure. We understand that the prediction doesn’t have to be correct. 
In maths this morning we have started our new topic of length. We learnt six new words to compare objects. The children then had to use objects around the classroom to compare.

This morning we have learnt to add two numbers using a 10 frame. The children have learned to show the two digits on the ten frames, then move some cubes from the smallest number to the largest number to make 10 and the count on.

This morning we learned to represent numbers above 10 using a 10 frame. We then used to solve 1 more and 1 less problems 

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, egg and spoon races and sorting out words and numbers.


This morning we learned how to use a part-part-whole model. The children learnt an action to remember how many parts there are and how many whole numbers there are. The children then practiced splitting numbers into parts.


Using cubes, we were comparing groups of objects using the words more, fewer and equal to! The children worked together to solve a variety of challenges!

This morning we learned how to represent numbers using a 10 frame! 
This morning we started our first “Maths No Problem” lesson. Each lesson starts with a problem for the children to solve. Today’s problem was there were numbers that were not in the correct order. The children had to order the numbers and find out which number was missing! The children worked super hard!