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Reception Maths

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Keep practising counting objects up to 20. Can you choose the right number to label a group of objects? Can you order all of the numbers from 0-20.

This week we will also be adding 2 groups of objects to find the total (using numbers up to 20). Practise using toys or any objects you have around the house - pasta, buttons, books, fruit - anything! Make 2 groups of objects, count how many are  in each group, then count to find the total. When you get confident you could begin to write a number sentence.

 

Here is an activity sheet to help you practise your addition.

 

Year One Maths

 

This week you will be making equal groups and adding equal groups as part of our learning about multiplication. Start by practically making or drawing equal groups of objects. It is really important that you can talk about the groups that you have made. Use these sentence stems to help you talk about the groups you have made.

 

I have _______ groups.

I have ________ in each group.

I have __________ (objects) altogether.

 

Here is an activity sheet to help you practise

Year Two Maths

Remember to look at the mainstream Y2 page to help you with your maths learning. Here is an activity sheet to help you with your learning about 2D shapes.

Remember a vertex is where 2 straight sides meet.

 

Year Three Maths

Remember if you usually go to a mainstream class for maths it is a good idea to also look at their maths activities for this week.

 

This week we will be counting in 4s, multiplying and dividing by 4.

Keep practising counting in 4s, at least up to 48.

 

Have fun learning the 4 times table here!

 

Practise making and drawing groups of 4 to find the total and talking about them. It is very important that you do this practically first and that you can talk about what you have done. Use these sentence stems to help you:

I have ______ groups of 4

4 + 4 + 4............. = _________ (add the number of groups you have made)

I have __________ (objects) altogether

4 multiplied by ______ = _______

4 x ______ = ______

 

Now divide these numbers into 4 groups by using real objects or drawing objects in groups:

 

             16            28              36             20

 

Again, it is very important that you can talk about the groups you have made. Use these sentence stems to help:

 

I have ________ objects

I have made ________ groups

There are __________ in each group

_______ divided into 4 groups = _______ in each group

______    4 = ______

 

When you can make, draw and talk about groups of 4, try these activity sheets to help. Remember it is still important to talk about what you have done.

 

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