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snelson wrote: Investigating capacity
The children really enjoyed looking at the volume of different beakers in teams. They had to decide whether the beakers were full, empty, half full as well as deciding which beaker held the most or the least.  This boy found it difficult to un (More)
Miss Seaward wrote: 3D Shapes
We have looked at 3D shapes in Maths. The children are now good at explaining what the different shapes are and describing their properties. We set them a challenge of building a variety of 3D shapes using connecting cubes. Here is an example of thei (More)
slawley wrote: KS1 Challenge
Constant Counting  Stage: 1 You can make a calculator count for you by pressing the keys 1+== 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 To make it count by twos, press 2+== 2,4,6,8,10,12 You can make it count by any number you choose. Now the (More)
slawley wrote: KS2 Challenge
Put operations signs (+ or − or × or ÷) between the numbers 3, 4, 5, 6 to make the highest possible number and lowest possible number. If you found that easy, how about trying with numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6? (More)
Year 2 have been learning about positional and directional language. They worked in pairs to direct each other in a Where's Wally game to get Wally to collect various items on the board. They used language such as left, right, forwards, quarter turn, (More)
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rdean wrote: Money, Money, Money
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snelson wrote: Odd and Even numbers 
Some year 1 children used numicon to check whether numbers were odd or even.  (More)
snelson wrote: 12th June 2017
Spellings Group 1  look come are will into back from him Group 3 shouted other through door sea these began animals that’s baby   Odd and Even numbers  Which number comes n (More)
Mr Morris wrote: Countdown
On the last day of half term, we enjoyed playing countdown in maths. (More)
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