LQ: How do I compare objects up to 50?
Today we are comparing numbers using objects. We will be using our inequality symbols again. < less than, > more than and = equal to.
*Remember, the 'greedy crocodile' always wants eat the bigger number/amount.
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.
Today we are revisiting the use of arrays in multiplication.
Remember that multiplication is commutative...
You can use arrays to help you calculate a multiplication sentence
Practise spelling: oh, their, Mr, Mrs
LQ: Which ee?
Blend for reading: complete
Segment for spelling: Pete
Practise/ Apply : Play Word Sort.
Write words in their own grids as we go.
LQ: What is a homophone?
Recap: Write a command. Write a statement.
Teach: their, they're, there
to, too, two
When do we use each word?
Write sentences for each.