Due in 16/10/17
This week’s home learning is all about division.
Use the examples to help you share the numbers equally into two groups. What items around your home can you find to count with? Can you write the number sentence for your maths? Can you think of a number story?
As a challenge can you try trickier numbers of your own? Can you equally share the numbers into 3 groups?
Don’t forget to access Bug Club and Mathletics at home to extend your learning further!
Miss Green and Miss Burns
To start our new topic we all got ready to look for treasure. We got ready for our real life adventure in the classroom. We tied bandanas on our heads and walked quietly in case we came across any trolls, goblins or crocodiles.
First we had to walk across the wobbly bridge we had to be careful not to fall into the valley below.
At the end of the bridge there was a teddy bear with a question. The question was ‘What’s the difference between a crocodile and a alligator?’
Next we needed to balance across the logs to get over rapids.
When we had crossed over the rapids safely, we found another teddy with a question . It said ‘Why does a bear hibernate?’
After that we treaded carefully through the troll forest.
The next teddy asked ‘ What was the first aeroplane like?’
Then we needed to go around the lake without waking the monster.
At the end of of the lake the teddy was there with another question. It was ‘What adventures have your grandparents been on ?’
We were nearly at the treasure, we just needed to tiptoe over the sleeping turtle.
There was another teddy waiting for us. The question was ‘How does a bus driver know where to go ?’
Our last place was the goblin garden . We walked quietly around the edge of the garden.
At last we found the treasure box but oh no it was empty.
We found our last question, it was ‘What’s the best material for a boat?’
We are going to go back when we have found out the answers to all the questions. We will keep our fingers crossed that the treasure will be there for us.