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Wednesday 6th May

Good morning Year 1's. I hope today finds you safe and well.smiley We have had some lovely sunny weather again this week, so make sure you enjoy it while it lasts. Most of our work today is on our 'Everybody week 5' page. Below I include a link to Mrs Armstrong-Boyle's Wednesday Word video and this week's newsletter and your maths work for today. 

 

Our learning is as follows;

 

  • Joe Wicks - if you fancy a morning work out
  • The Wednesday Word
  • Literacy - writing an Introduction to 'The Great Round The World Balloon Race.'
  • Maths
  • Science
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The Wednesday Word 

 

Is today led by Mrs Armstrong-Boyle. Follow the link below...

 

 

 

From the video page click onto today's Wednesday Word

From the video page click onto today's Wednesday Word 1

Our Wednesday Word Newletter

Please head over to our 'Everybody Week 5' page for our Literacy written task...click on the link below to take you there!

Our Maths Learning

 

Today we wil  be working practically to put objects into equal groups of either 2's, 5's or 10's. You will need some practical objects to group with; perhaps pasta, counters, lego bricks, raisins, sweets (I'd probably end up eating these!)laugh

 

Watch the PowerPoint presentation below; you may like to use your counting objects to predict the answers before revealing them. 

 

 

 

Activity

 

Using your counters and the task cards included on the sheets below to share your objects into equal groups. The one star challenge is based on sharing into 2 groups. The two and three star challenges look to share larger groups of objects in to groups of 2, 5 and 10. My recommendation would be that you stick to the one star challenge today, unless you are feeing very confident. 

 

When you have solved the question on your task card, you could draw your sets in your green books and record as follows;

 

There are _____ objects

 

We need _______(2,5,or 10) in each group

 

There are _____ groups.

 

 

For example,

There are 10 objects

We beed 2 groups

There are 5 groups.

 

Below are the task cards and example of how to lay out your work. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Science

 

Is on our 'Everybody Week 5' page. Follow the link below to take you there...

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