P3&4 have been taking part in a range of activity based learning to sequence numbers! They can tell you the number before, after and in- between, as well as read, write and say their numbers!
P3&4 have been consolidating their knowledge of subtraction strategies while learning how to create a sequence of instructions to program Spheros and Beebots!
P3/4 have been learning how to sort data using Carrol Diagrams, Venn Diagrams, Frequency Tables and Bar Charts!
P3/4 have been working hard this week learning all about place value. They have been learning that 2 digit numbers are made up of tens and ones and have had lots of practice making and writing numbers to show this.
P3/4 have been learning to compare weight this week using mathematical language. They have been estimating which items are heaviest and lightest. They haved used a variety of non-standard uints to weigh items and after a busy week of investigating and exploring weight, P3/4 have decided that using non-standard units is not that helpful and it is best to use standard units for measurement!
P3/4 took part in a range of activities to learn about the different coins we use for money and to practice making different amounts to buy items.
We made a P3/4 number line to find the missing addend! We loved counting the jumps as we moved along it!
P3/4 have been learning about ordinal numbers by taking part in lots of different competitions as part of their PE.
P3/4 put their knowledge of 2D shapes to the test when they worked in teams to code Spheros to draw 2D shapes.
P3/4 worked with their learning partners to hunt for 2D shapes in the outside learning areas. We recorded our results using tally charts.
We revised our numbers before, after and in-between through bowling! We had to answer questions about the numbers we knocked down!
During problem Solving we made as many number bonds as we could using Izak 9!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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