Today we are looking at recognising equal groups.
By now, you should be very good at spotting whether a group is equal or unequal.
You can use objects that you might have at home to help you, like lego bricks, beads, coins or counters.
If you would like to challenge yourself, there are some great challenges 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 spellings by logging on to Spelling Shed. If you have any issues logging in please email me.
Please read the comprehension text and answer the questions/ complete the sentences. All responses should be written in full sentences in your book.
Revise: Can you write the contractions?
are not, is not, was not, were not
Teach/ Practise : does not, do not, has not, have not, had not
As with yesterday's words, adding not changes the meaning to the opposite.
Can they write the contracted form of these words?
Apply: Complete the sentences using the contracted form of the verb in the first part of the sentence.
The children have lots of felt pens but...
The weather does look good for Saturday but...
I do like to play outside but...
Complete Day 2 of the Resource Pack.
Below, you will find our topic work for the week.
For those children than are still coming into school, please can I ask that you use the days of the week to guide your learning, as you will also be doing these tasks in school on the days that you are in.
For those learning at home full-time, you can choose which day you would like to do each activity
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