Check your target book for things you needed to work on over the last 8 months. Have you achieved these targets now?
DAILY – RMeasimaths
MENTAL MATHS – REVISION - (remember to include 0 in your counting!)
- Continue to rote counting forwards from 0-5 and 0-10, 0-20 / 0-30 and beyond.
- Continue to rote count backwards from 30-0, 20-0,10-0. Can you go further? 40-0 etc.
- Continue to add 1 to numbers within 5, 10, 15, 20 / beyond.
- Count forwards (in ones) from different starting points within 10 / 20 and beyond. E.g. start at 3 and count forwards to 9.
- Count backwards (in ones) from different starting points within 10 / 20 and beyond. E.g. Start at 11 and count backwards to 4.
PRACTICAL - REVISION
- Continue to order all of your numbers forwards / backwards.
- Continue to order random numbers from smallest to biggest / biggest to smallest.
NUMBER FOCUS - REVISION – Numbers from 1-9
- Use your finger to write these numbers in the air.
- Use your finger to write the numbers from 1- 9 on someones back.
- If you have shaving foam at home, ask an adult to put it on the table and write the numbers from 1-9 in it.
- If you have playdough make the numbers from 1-9.
- When you go outside to play try to gather some small twigs, sticks, leaves or stones to make the numbers from 1-9.
- Practise writing the numbers 1-9 on your whiteboard.
- Draw the following things on your whiteboard or on a page. Draw them on different days, e.g on Monday, draw 1 chick, 2 hens, 3 daisies and 4 ovals. On Tuesday draw 5 suns, 6 bunnies and 7 carrots. On Wednesday draw 8 baskets and 9 Easter eggs.
- Use the cubes from your homework pack to make towers from 1-9. What did you notice?
- Use your red/yellow counters / ten grid from your homework pack to make sets from 1 to 9 in different ways, e.g. ONE - 1 red / 0 yellow, 0 red and 1 yellow; TWO - 2 red and 0 yellow, 1 red and 1 yellow; THREE - 3 red and 0 yellow, 2 red and 1 yellow, 1 red and 2 yellow, 0 red and 3 yellow; FOUR - 4 red and 0 yellow, 3 red and 1 yellow, etc.
- Try to write the sums that make up the number stories. E.g. The story of 1 is 1+0=1, 0+1=1. The story of 2 is 2+0=2, 1+1=2, 0+2=2. Can you go up to the story of 9? You can use your counters to help you but I challenge you to try to write some of the number stories from memory!
SHAPE - Revision
- Use your Pupil Support Book to revise the names of 2D and 3D shapes.
- Go on a hunt around your home to find 2D shapes.
- Try to answer these questions without looking at your book -How many sides do these 2D shapes have - Circle? Triangle? Square? Rectangle? Hexagon? / Octagon?
- How many 2D shapes have corners? curved sides? straight sides?
- Which 3D shape has square faces? How many faces does it have? How many corners?
- Now go on a hunt around your home to find these 3D shapes - find a 3D shape that has six squares faces; find a 3D shape that has square and rectangle faces; find a sphere- what can it do when you push it?; Can you find a long and a short cylinder? Can you find a cone shape? Say their names when you find them.
MONEY – REVISION – recognition of 1p / £1. coins.
- If possible, count out 1p coins up to the value of 10p.
- Have you any Easter eggs? I’m sure you have! How about making price labels for each of your eggs, e.g. £1. £2. £3. up to the value of £9. Make a little shop to role play selling your eggs.
TIME - Use your clock to revise o'clock and half past times.
PATTERNS - REVISION
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