Today we are revisiting our knowledge of grouping. This will support our knowledge of Year 2 division.
How can you tell if groups are equal? How can you represent equal groups?
Do all numbers divide into equal groups of 2? Can you check using objects at home?
If you would like to challenge yourself, there are some great questions below that involve using your reasoning and problem solving skills. You could answer one/two of these on paper or in your home learning exercise book.
Please practise this week's spelling on Spelling Shed.
Re-read yesterday's words: metal, petal, sandal, total, plural, animal, hospital, capital
il, nostril, pupil
il making the l sound.
evil, basil, peril, tonsils, pupil, fossil, lentil, nostril
Sort the words into the correct columns:
medal hospital nostril middle horrible fossil basil pedal sandal little apple bottle animal
Can they remember any more to add to the lists?
Write sentences that need different types of punctuation such as exclamation marks, question marks or speech marks.