Today in maths you are going to be thinking about addition and subtraction number sentences to 20.
Firstly I would like you to create number cards from 0 to 20. Put these cards in one bowl. In another bowl I would like you to put an add symbol card and a take away symbol card. I would then like you to pull out two of the numbers randomly. Then I would like you to pull out a symbol card at random.
Using the number cards and the symbol card I would like you to create a number sentence and answer the number sentence. I would like you to repeat this each time for each number sentence.
In addition number sentences the numbers are commutative which means they can be either way round in the number sentence.
In subtraction number sentences the biggest number has to go first in the number sentence otherwise the number sentence can't be solved.
Follow the link below to the Ruth Miskin phonics channel on YouTube. There will be a video uploaded, one sound per day (which is a recap of sounds taught) and this video will be available for 24 hours. There will also be a following spelling session for your child to test their phonics knowledge. It is important that you do both sessions.
Storytime- will not commence again until July. I will keep you updated about the return of story time.
Phonics children's TV programme:
Phonics play alternative:
Reading buddy alternative:
If you want to listen to any stories follow the link below for Mr T's reading channel:
Today you are going to be looking at another traditional tale called Sleeping Beauty.
This week's topic is colour and we will be exploring colour throughout the week through various experiments and artwork.
Today I would like you to create a colour wheel with the three primary colours: red, blue and yellow. In between each of these colours, I would like you to add the secondary colours these primary colours make: purple, orange and green.
You could create the colour wheel using recycled coloured pieces of cardboard, items from around your house or through the use of natural materials.
Below I have attached some picture examples to help: