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Maths No Problem

This morning we learned “equal groups” means each group has the same amount. We then practically made different groups of e.g. “5 groups of 2”.

Today we used a 100 square to solve the missing numbers in a pattern. We circled the numbers we had and counted the “jumps” so we knew what the pattern was. We also looked at whether the numbers were getting bigger or smaller so we knew which way we had to “jump”.

Today we have been learning how to represent numbers using dienes! We know the “sticks” represent 10 and the “smaller cubes” represent ones or are often called units. 

This morning we learned how to measure using a ruler. We measured using centimetres. We know that we have to place the ruler at the end of the object so it is measured accurately. 

Today in our maths lesson we took part in “Rock around the Clock” activities. We learned about the clock face and the hour and minute hands. We then learned how to tell the clock to the hour! ⏰ 

This morning we spent our maths lesson completing different ordinal number activities! We used hot wheel cars, running races, jumping races and  sorting out words and numbers that  represent finishing positions.


We are learning how how to represent numbers using a ten frame!