Please find attached the Numeracy topics we are covering up until the Easter break.Hopefully you will find this useful and will be work at home at them in the event of a school closure due to the Covid -19 virus.
Useful website with learning packs you can download for KS1 and KS 2.
The activities above can be printed out at home and worked on when needed. Continue to work on daily spellings including sentences using high frequency words and our wow words. Reading to be done daily as usual.
Revise nouns ,verbs and adjectives .Lots of worksheets covering these are on the twinkl website.
When writing sentences remember to include capital letters and full stops. Try writing out a few sentences with lists and include commas. Write out a few questions using the question words we have been covering.
This website has a free ebook library ,outdoor learning discovery walks and a few Literacy and Numeracy ideas./worksheets.
Narrowboat Girl -YouTube.
Vanessa is posting daily lessons on youtube for Literacy and Numeracy.
What a busy Term 1 P3/P4 , Mrs Gibson and Mrs McKee have had!Im not sure who loved the chocolate topic more- staff or the pupils 😂.
We made hot chocolate and then completed a piece of procedural writing about how it was made.
Such a laugh we had during our bubble gum investigation which didn’t go quite as planned as we discovered most of us couldn’t blow bubbles.Amelia was our champion bubble blower but her bubbles burst before we could measure them 😂.
During our weight lesson it was very tempting not to eat the chocolate and sweets we were working with!
The gummy bear investigation we are pleased to say worked really well.We were very surprised at the changes to the gummy bears especially after being put in water.
The end to our topic was great fun.We made our own handmade chocolate Christmas sweets and sold them to the rest of the school.We had to come up with some interesting adjectives to encourage pupils to buy our sweets.P4 had to come up with a price list to enable us to make a profit.We used pic collage to make posters for our sale.
Well done P3/P4 🍫🍫😃😃
Term 1 2019 P3/P4 Numeracy
Explore and sequence numbers to 30 progressing to 50.
Count in 2s ,5s and 10s.
Explore and sequence numbers up to 100 progressing to 1000.
Odd and even numbers.
Addition and subtraction
Develop addition and subtraction facts up to 20
Add and subtract 10 to/from a single digit within 20
Add/subtract multiples of 10 to/from multiples of 10.
Explore and use extended addition patterns.
Doubles and halves up to bn10 +
Quick recall of number facts up to 20
Add/subtract two 2 digit numbers bridging 10
Subtract 10 and multiples of 10 from a multiple of 100 e.g 400-20
Written addition and subtraction
Recording addition of any 2 digit numbers horizontally
Vertical addition of TU
Apply to word problems.
Recording subtraction of any 2 digit numbers horizontally
Vertical subtraction of TU
Apply to word problems.
HTU if ready
Grouping activities to demonstrate understanding of an equal set
Develop and understand relationship of coins from 20p progressing to 50p.
Change from 20p
Relationship of coins from £1 progressing to £2…..£5
Measures - time
- volume and capacity
Shape and space
Grammar -capital letters ,full stops and exclamation marks and question marks.
Punctuation -nouns , verbs ,verb tenses and sentence work
Learn about the concept of inverse operations.
This song teaches the number of days in each month.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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