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Maths week beginning 13.7.20

 

Year 1:

  • This week I would like you to look at your 2, 5 and 10 times tables. Use our songs to help you practice.
  • Look at prepositions in, on, under, next to, below, in front, behind and left and right (see worksheet provided). You can do this by asking your child to put their toy under the chair etc. 
  • I would also like you to recap 2D and 3D shapes and discuss their properties. 

 

Year 2:

  • Look at column addition and subtraction with taking and carrying (see worksheets provided).
  • Recap 3D shapes and their properties.
  • Recap time to the nearest 15 minutes (see resources provided).

 

EYFS:

  • Look at prepositions in, on, under, next to, below, in front and behind (see worksheet provided). You can do this by asking your child to put their toy under the chair etc. 
  • I would also like you to recap 2D and 3D shapes and discuss their properties. 
  • Recap counting and identifying numeral to 20. 

 

Maths week beginning 6.7.20 and 13.7.20:

Year 1 and 2:

  • This week I would like you to recap your number bonds to 100 and their inverse operation e.g. 20+80=100 so 100-20 =80

Challenge: Can you think of all four number sentences?

  • I would like you to focus on your times table and division knowledge by playing the games provided in the resource area below.
  • You can also see activity mats that you can work through.

EYFS

  • Identify all numerals to 20 and be able to add one or two to a number to 20.
  • Complete the maths sheets provided

Maths week beginning 22.6.20:

Year 1 and 2:

Look at the following website below and work through the games to embed any learning:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/multiplication-and-division

EYFS:

  • Count out quantities with your child
  • Count to 20
  • Find 1 and 2 more and less than a number to 20
  • Look at the ‘All about the number …’ in the resource box below. I would like you to look at the number 11-15. Focus on those numbers this week and use every opportunity to count out the amounts and write the number etc.
  • https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/counting - Look at the counting games on topmarks

Maths weekly planning 15.6.20

 

Year 1:

 

I would like you to work on your multiplication knowledge this week. Complete your TT Rockstars online.

 

Year 2:

This week I would like you to focus on dividing numbers by 2, 3, 5 and 10. Remember to use your inverse (multiplication) knowledge to help you work out the answers e.g. 10 ÷ 2 = 5 because 2 x 5 = 10. Have a look at the number sentences in the resources below. 

 

I would also like Year 1 and Year 2 children to look at missing number sentences. Work with your child and explain how they can work out number sentences like the follow 20 - __ = 5. See extra resources below. 

 

EYFS: 

  • Look at making pairs (number bonds) to 10. You can use toys and resources to support you. 
  • Make patterns using your toys or by printing using paint. See how many different patterns you can make. 
  • Look at using positional language by placing toys in different places for you child to explain. You can also test your child and allow them to be the teacher. Ask your child to tell you where to put the toy and make a mistake, see if they can explain why you are wrong etc. The words I would like you to focus on are in, on, under, next to, behind and in front. 

Maths week beginning 8.6.20:

Year 1 and 2:

Measurement: Around your house collect different objects and measure them in centimetres. Order the objects smallest to biggest and compare the difference in length e.g. a bottle might measure 20cm and a book 12cm. 20cm-12cm = 8cm difference.

If this is too difficult for your child, collect different objects from around the house and order them smallest to biggest and shortest to longest.

  • Discuss the days of the week and months of the year with your child. You can then discuss how many days are in a week, month, and year. Then discuss how many hours are in a day etc.
  • You can see additional challenges for your child to work on in the resources below.

EYFS:

  • Work on identifying numerals and counting out quantities. See numerous learning challenges below for you to work on with your child.

Maths week beginning 1.6.20:

Year 1 and Year 2:

  • Go on a shape scavenger hunt with your children. Ask you child to find as many objects that are square, rectangle, triangle, circles, cubes etc.
  • Then create a tally chart and a bar graph to show the amount or objects you found that were a certain shape. You can log in to purple mash and create a bar graph electronically on 2Graph.
  • Practice your timetables on Times Tables Rock Stars or using our songs.
  • Recap your number bonds to 10, 20 and 100. Remember to think about the inverse operations.
  • See treasure hunt resources below.

EYFS:

  • This week I would like you to focus on learning to count and identify numbers to 10 or 20.
  • Continue to encourage your child to count out toys/ objects and introduce one more and one less but physically adding and taking away objects or toys.
  • See the lesson provided to make it fun and exciting. I have also added some under the water worksheet that you can complete at home.

Week beginning 18.5.20 tasks:

 

Year 1 and Year 2:

 

1. This week I would like you to look at time with your parents. Look at the clock at key parts of the day e.g. breakfast, lunch and dinner and tell your parents the time. Ask your parents to ask you the time throughout the day. 

Challenge: see if you can write the digital time.

 

Year 1 times: o'clock and half past

Year 2 times: o'clock, half past, quarter past, quarter to. Challenge: to the nearest 5 minutes.

 

You can see some extension worksheet below. 

 

2. Look at your 2, 3, 5 and 10 times table. See if you can draw the matching arrays to a multiplication number sentence.

 

3. Recap odd and even numbers 


EYFS:

1. Recap counting to 20 using our song (see below).

2. Look at different coins (1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p and £1) and help your child to identify them. Use fewer coins if your child struggles, start with one and work your way up.

3. Set up a shop and your child has to buy their favourite toy using the coins e.g. a teddy cost 5p. Can you find the 5 pence?

 

 

Week beginning 11.05.2020 tasks:

 

Year 1:

This week I would like you to look at fractions. The fractions that your child will have previously looked at are 1/2, 1/4 and 1/3 (see PowerPoints below to support you).

  • When you are cooking or making food this week get your child involved and discuss 1/2 and 1/4 of objects/foods e.g. when cutting a sandwich discuss the importance of equal parts.
  • Find half of numbers to 12.

 

Year 2

This week I would like you to look at fractions. The fractions your child will have previously looked at are 1/2, 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 1/3 and 2/3 (see PowerPoints below to support you).

  • When you are cooking or making food this week get your child involved and discuss fractions of different objects/foods e.g. when cutting a sandwich discuss the importance of equal parts.
  • Ask your child to find a fraction of a set of objects. This could be when sharing sweets out or when sorting toys out.
  • Explain how finding a fraction of amount is the same as dividing the number by the denominator e.g. 1/2 of 6 is the same as 6 ÷ 2 = 3 (see PowerPoint to support you).

 

EYFS:

  • Count out seeds and practice some simple addition and subtraction number sentences. For example, you have 2 seeds and your mum gives you 1 more, 2+1=3.

 

You can see additional booklets and sheets below to help support you whilst exploring fractions. 

Week beginning 4.5.20 tasks:

Year 1:

  • Look around your home and find any objects that are 3D shapes. Identify the properties (sides, vertices, faces etc) of the 3D shapes. 
  • Look at doubling numbers to 10. You could use your toys to help you, for example place 3 toys on one chair and 3 on another and then count them altogether. 

Year 2: 

  • Look around your home and find any objects that are 3D shapes. Identify the properties (sides, vertices, faces etc) of the 3D shapes. 
  • Look at adding and subtracting 2 2-digit numbers (see sheet below).

EYFS

  • Identify 2D shapes when making a mini-beast picture (see sheet below).
  • Continue to count numbers to 10 and beyond. 
  • Write numbers using paint, chalk, felt tips etc

Summer Term 

 

Week Beginning 27.04.2020 Tasks:

EYFS:

  • Whilst you are in your garden or on a walk, count how many animals/mini-beasts you find. 
  • What numbers can you see around you?
  • Practice writing numbers and counting out objects around your house or garden.
  • Whilst you're on a walk, can you see any shapes around you e.g. a sign post 

 

Year 1:

  • Keep a tally chart of how many plants, mini-beasts or animals you see. 
  • Can you add the total amount of plants, mini-beasts or animals you have found?

 

Year 2:

  • Keep a tally chart of how many plants, mini-beasts or animals you see. Can you put this information into a bar chart?
  • I would like you to practice finding the difference between the smallest and biggest amount.

Added to website 23.3.2020

Maths

Monday and Tuesday (EYFS / Year 1)

The children have been looking at number and place value, multiplication, addition and subtraction, shape and money.

You can help your child at home by:

  • Completing 2, 5 and 10 times table work (Year 2 looking at their three times table)
  • Looking at the inverse operations (e.g. subtraction is the inverse to addition etc)
  • Adding and subtracting (Year 2 children focusing on the column method)
  • Looking at word problems 
  • Look at 3D shapes and their properties
  • Making amount using coins in different ways

 

Thursday and Friday (Year 1 / Year 2)

We have been looking at number and place value and counting to 5, 10 and 20. We have been looking at counting out amounts of objects and matching them to their quantity. Some children have been looking at doubling and addition and subtraction.

 

You can help your child at home by:

Helping them with their counting and ordering skills. Ask your child to count out quantities and match them to numerals.

Use any opportunity to get children counting and recognising numbers in their environment for example: when jumping on the trampoline, count the jumps etc. 

Ask your child to find one more or one less than a number and estimate quantities. 

Make repeated patterns with shapes allowing the children to identify 2D shapes and their properties.

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