Don't forget that today is Wacky Wednesday. Please wear as many colours as you can and style your hair/ put on a wig for your Zoom call.
LQ: How can I compare numbers up to 50?
Today we are comparing numbers within 50. 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.
In order to understand our two times tables, we need to revisit and explore the doubling of numbers.
'Double' is two groups of a number or amount.
Can you show doubling using objects at home like coins, counters or bricks?
Can you describe your amounts using the sentence 'Double ________ is ___________'.
Practise spelling: oh, their, Mr, Mrs
LQ: Which ee?
Blend for reading: happy
Segment for spelling: sadly
Read 'A Real Treat' (See below) and underline all of the words containing the 'ee' phoneme.
Apply: Add words to their grids.
LQ: What is a homophone?
Recap: Words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings.
Correct the mistake: I am going two the park.
Your bag is over their.
Teach: see, sea, bare bear, son, sun
Can the children explain the difference?
Write sentences with each pair of words.
Put the correct words in the sentences. (See below)