LQ: How do I count forwards and backwards within 50?
Today, we are going to continue using our counting skills to count objects/pictures up to 50. Remember, you could use a number track, a number line or a 100 square to help you when you are counting forwards and backwards.
Today we are going to be making equal groups.
How can you represent equal groups using objects you have at home?
Can you use this sentence when describing your objects?
I have ____ equal groups, with _____ in each group...
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.
Y2 Maths Challenges
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
Today I would like you to describe what you can see in a picture. I am looking for descriptive language and full sentences.
Revisit/Review: Read Phase 5 tricky words.
Play Buried Treasure Phase 5 .
Spell: looked called asked
Blend for reading: Spain
Segment for spelling: grain
Apply: Read The School Sale phoneme spotter together (See below)and highlight the ai words. Add the words to their grids.
Revise: Recap on yesterday's contractions. don't, haven't, hasn't hadn't
Show the contraction for children to say the root words.
Explain that have is often used in contractions. Show I have. Children have a go at writing the contracted form. Stress that both the h and the a are replaced by the apostrophe in the contraction.
we have, you have, they have, could have, would have, should have
The children will write the words with their contracted forms.
See Day 3 of the Resource Pack.