As we moved towards the end of our unit on addition within 10, we focused on working on our reasoning and problem solving skills.
In 1C, we thought about working systematically to make our task easier and then worked with our learning partner to find all the possible solutions to a problem.
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1C have been ACE Artists this week as we moved on from continuous line drawing to sketching our friends with clay! We loved exploring the textures, how to mould clay and creating our own sketches.
We are uploading a photo of our class story map for the Three Little Pigs story so you can practice at home. The children also know the actions. I wonder if they could teach their adults?
Great news, our blog is up and running! Please find some pictures of all then different activities we have been doing in 1C so far.
Today I want you to have a think about you favourite memory from year 1. It might be learning about the Three Little Pigs, Great Fire of London, Titanic or the Animal Kingdom. It could be that your favourite memory is doing your class assembly or singing songs at Christmas.
Have a think and write in the comments what your favourite memory is!
Hello all! Today’s arithmetic challenge is another mix of different types of number sentences. Good luck!
4 + 4 = ___ 20 – 11 = ___ 8 + ___ = 11 14 – 4 = ___ 10 + 8 = ___ 16 – ___ = 12 ___ = 10 – 7 11 = 9 + ___
Good morning, today’s arithmetic is a mixture of all of the different types of number sentences that you have looked at this year. Good luck!
10 + 6 = ___ 20 – 8 = ___ 7 + 7 = ___ 11 + ___ = 17 ___ – 3 = 7 ___ = 5 + 6 12 – 6 = ___ 20 = 15 + ___
Good morning – I hope you all had a great weekend.
Today’s maths challenge is a Flashback 4 from White Rose Maths. Good luck!
Today’s arithmetic challenge will be testing your
subtraction skills. Remember, you can use a number line to help you if you need!