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# Numeracy

Ordering numbers.

Playing a game using number cards and cubes.

Turn a card and count a tower of cubes to match the number

Repeat

Compare both towers - which has more/less

How many to make both the same.

Mental maths activities

using beads and number fans.

Show me the number before, after, between

Show me one more than or one less than etc

Sorting using subsets on a grid.

Sorting using a

Venn diagram

Carroll Diagram and a

Tree diagram.

We rotated around and had to opportunity to

explore and sort using each diagram.

Most importantly we were able to use the

correct language to explain our sorting.

Number 8 - eight.

Practising formation on the interactive whiteboard board and the numicon shapes and pegs to find ways to make the number.

Cross curricular links using ICT

We are ordering numbers with missing numbers within 10.

Using Cuisenaire Rods.

Cuisenaire rods are an interactive, hands on way to

explore numeracy concepts.

Today we were learning and making

connections that each rod has a colour and a value

starting at one to ten.

Sorting using a Tree Diagram.

Outside - using the blocks to build a cube and a cuboid.

We worked together in small groups to complete the activity.

All children engaged and enjoyed their active learning outdoors.

Sorting using 2d Shapes on a vent diagram.

Small group Numeracy Group Activities,

based on the number 7.

Each group had the opportunity to rotate twice

and will have the opportunity to experience the other

work stations next week.

Children all engaged, challenged and enjoying their

learning practical work activities.

Counting Seven Objects

Discussing before, after and between numbers.

Which is more or less.

Developing mathematical understanding and language.

Patterns

Reinforcing the concept that a pattern repeats and it is not always by colour or shape there are lots of different patterns around us.

We discussed the abbabb concept in a pattern.

Sorting using a Carroll Diagram - using the IWB and afterwards using the diagram and sorting objects.

The concept of the activity was to developing is to help organize how we sort different math concepts on a visual graph. A **Carroll** diagram is an easy way to sort objects, numbers, or concepts by two different categories and understanding *a set of and not a set of.*

Number 6 - six

Counting a set practically.

Understanding Relationships in Number.

Comparing two numbers practically using the girls in the class and using sorting items.

Our task was to make to rows of different values, discussing more and less.

Then we looked and discussed how many more to make the same - developing our understanding and mathematical language.