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Numeracy Active Learning Stations: Number 1-10

 

We rotated around 5 learning stations to explore numbers 1-10 practically.

Tower Block Game

 

We are learning to compare two sets and justify which set has more/less.

We then had to count how many more the winner had and how many we would need to add to make the towers the same.

Numeracy: Sorting

 

We enjoyed playing a range of games to sort.  We had to place the objects in the correct place.  We had to explain why the object was placed there.

Numeracy Active Learning Stations: Number 1-8

 

We rotated around 5 learning stations to explore numbers 1-8 practically.

Sorting Diagrams

 

We can now sort using a Venn, Carroll and Tree Diagram.

Number of the week- 8.

 

We have been learning all about the number 8. We can now write the number 8- make an s and climb back up, I am number 8!

 

 

Cuisenaire Rods

 

We are learning to use Cuisenaire rods. We enjoyed exploring these through play and creating pictures. We then learned to put them in order from 1-10. Look at our wonderful creations.

 

Sorting 3D Shape: Tree Diagram 

 

We are learning to sort 3D shapes using a Tree diagram.

3D Shape

 

This week we have been exploring 3D shape. We’ve been learning about the properties of a cube, cuboid, cone, sphere and cylinder. We can sort everyday objects by 3D Shape.

Sorting 2D Shape: Venn Diagram 

 

We are learning to sort 2D shapes using a Venn diagram.

 

Number Formation

 

We can write numbers 1-7.

Venn Diagrams

 

We are learning to sort using a Venn Diagram.

Numeracy Active Learning Stations: Number 1-7

 

We rotated around 5 learning stations to explore numbers 1-7 practically.

Comparing Sets

 

We played a fun game in pairs to compare different sets. Each person rolls the dice, counts out their set, lines it up and the winner is the person who has more in their set. Lining the objects up let’s us compare who has more.

 

Carroll Diagram

 

We are learning to sort using a Carroll Diagram.


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