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Maths

Maths

Wednesday 23rd June

Exploring weight

 

This week we are learning about measuring weight.

The weight of an object means how ‘heavy’ or ‘light’ it is or feels.

 

Please watch and listen to Miss Molnar’s video below and join in with the activities.

 

For the activities today, you don’t actually need anything! Just follow the video below and join in with the activities.

 

Tuesday 22nd June

Exploring weight

 

 

This week we are learning about measuring weight.

The weight of an object means how ‘heavy’ or ‘light’ it is or feels.

 

Please watch and listen to Miss Molnar’s video below and join in with the activities.

 

For the activities today, you don’t actually need anything! Just follow the video below and join in with the activities.

 

Monday 21st June

Exploring weight

 

 

This week we are learning about measuring weight.

The weight of an object means how ‘heavy’ or ‘light’ it is or feels.

 

Please watch and listen to Miss Molnar’s video below and join in with the activities.

 

For the activities you will need

  • Different objects to weigh
  • A weighing scale if you have one- if not, just your hands will do!

 

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Friday 5th March

Subtraction within 10 

 

This week we are learning about subtraction within 10.

‘Subtraction’ is the mathematical/posh term for ‘taking away’ and it can also be called ‘minus’.

 

Today we are going to be learning about subtraction number problems with bears.

 

Please watch and listen to Miss Bradbury’s video below and join in with the activities.

 

For today’s activities you will need some paper and a pencil/pen so that you can have a go at writing the number sentences for the spoken number problems.

05.03.21 Reception Maths

Thursday 4th March

Subtraction within 10 

 

This week we are learning about subtraction within 10.

‘Subtraction’ is the mathematical/posh term for ‘taking away’ and it can also be called ‘minus’.

 

Today we are going to be learning about subtraction by looking at pictures and scenarios with people the help us.

 

Please watch and listen to Miss Bradbury’s video below and join in.

 

You don’t need anything for today’s video, but keep a pencil and paper handy in-case you would like to have a go at writing some subtraction number sentences to stretch yourself.

 

04.03.21 Reception Maths

Wednesday 3rd March

Subtraction within 10 

 

This week we are learning about subtraction within 10.

‘Subtraction’ is the mathematical/posh term for ‘taking away’ and it can also be called ‘minus’.

 

Today we are going to be learning about subtraction by looking at pictures and scenarios with a monster who likes to munch on food!

 

Please watch and listen to Miss Bradbury’s video below and join in.

 

You don’t need anything for today’s video, but keep a pencil and paper handy in-case you would like to have a go at writing some subtraction number sentences to stretch yourself.

 

 

03.03.21 Reception Maths

Tuesday 2nd March

 

 

This week we are learning about subtraction within 10.

‘Subtraction’ is the mathematical/posh term for ‘taking away’ and it can also be called ‘minus’.

 

Today we are going to be learning about subtraction number sentences again and how to read them.

We are also going to use and count objects in a line to help us to understand the concept of ‘taking away’/’subtraction’.

 

Please watch and listen to Miss Bradbury’s video below and join in with the activities.

 

For the activities you will need:

  • 10 objects for counting (in a line)

 

 

02.03.21 Reception Maths

Monday 1st March

Subtraction within 10 

 

This week we are learning about subtraction within 10.

‘Subtraction’ is the mathematical/posh term for ‘taking away’ and it can also be called ‘minus’.

 

Today we are going to be learning how to read subtraction number sentences. We are also going to use a ten frame and objects to help us to understand the concept of ‘taking away’/’subtraction’

 

Please watch and listen to Miss Bradbury’s video below and join in with the activities.

 

For the activities you will need

  • Ten frame (see picture below- which you can draw yourself)
  • 10 objects to fit in the spaces on the ten frame

 

01.03.21 Reception Maths

Friday 26th February

 

Number bonds to 10.

 

This week we are learning about number bonds to 10.

Today we are focusing on the ‘part-whole’ model.

 

Watch and join in the activities in the next 2 videos to explore the different number bonds and part-whole representations.

 

You can have a go at writing your own number sentences too during the video if you want- which you will need a piece of paper and a pencil/pen for.

26 02 21 Reception Maths 1

26 02 21 Reception Maths 2

Thursday 25th February

 Number bonds to 10. 

 

This week we are learning about number bonds to 10.

 

Today we are going to be looking at numicon challenges of how to make different numbers up to 10 using two numicon pieces.

 

Please watch and follow the video with Miss Bradbury and join in with the challenges and activities.

 

You can have a go at writing your own number sentences too during the video if you want- which you will need a piece of paper and a pencil/pen for.

  

 

25.02.21 Reception Maths

Wednesday 24th February

 

Number bonds to 10.

 

This week we are learning about number bonds to 10.

 

Today we are going to be looking at number bonds to 10 by looking at 10 in a bed!

 

Please watch the video below and follow Miss Bradbury and join in with the 10 in a bed challenges!

 

You can have a go at writing your own number sentences too during the video if you want- which you will need a piece of paper and a pencil/pen for.

24.02.21 Reception Maths

Tuesday 23rd February

Number bonds to 10. 

 

This week we are learning about number bonds to 10.

 

Today we are going to be looking at number bonds to 10 by looking at tens frames.

 

Please watch the video below and follow Miss Bradbury and join in with the pirate challenges!

 

You can have a go at writing your own number sentences too during the video if you want- which you will need a piece of paper and a pencil/pen for.

23.02.21 Reception Maths

Monday 22nd February

Number bonds to 10. 

 

This week we are learning about number bonds to 10.

 

Please watch the numberblocks video ‘Ten again’ below and learn about the different ways that 10 can be made.

 

After that, watch and sing along to the song about sleeping fingers! It would be great for you to join in with your fingers too! Look at the picture of the hands to help you!

 

 

Numberblocks - Ten, Ten, Ten Again! | Learn to Count

As seen on CBeebies! Watch Numberblocks full episodes on BBC iPlayer: https://bbc.in/2ZHvNtl Subscribe for more Numberblocks: https://goo.gl/rF32S8Learn to c...

22.02.21 Reception Maths

Friday 12th February

Add and subtract using a number line

 

 

This week we are learning about addition and subtraction. Yesterday and Wednesday we looked at understanding the concept of subtraction as taking away.

 

Today we are looking at addition (adding) and subtraction (taking away) using a number line.

 

For today’s activities you will need:

  • A number line 1-10- please make this (have a look at the picture below)
  • 20 objects- 10 in one colour and 10 in another colour.
  • Number cards (which you may have made and used last week!)

 

 

 

 

 

Work through the video and activities with Miss Khaira by clicking on the link below.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/adding-and-subtracting-using-a-number-track-crv6at

Thursday 11th February

Understanding the concept of subtraction as take away (part 2)

 

 

This week we are learning about addition and subtraction. Yesterday we looked at understanding the concept of subtraction as taking away.

 

Today we are looking at subtraction again. Subtraction is the mathematical word for taking away.

 

For today’s activities you will need:

  • A number line 1-10- please make this (have a look at the picture below to help you)
  • Counting objects in two different colours (which you used yesterday)

 

 

 

Work through the video and activities with Miss Khaira by clicking on the link below.

 

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/understanding-the-concept-of-subtraction-as-take-away-part-2-6nk3et?activity=video&step=1

 

Wednesday 10th February

Understanding the concept of subtraction as take away (part 1)

 

 

This week we are learning about addition and subtraction. Monday and Tuesday we looked at ‘counting on’ using objects and then went on to adding two numbers using our 'counting on' method using a number line.

 

Today we are going to start to look at subtraction.

This is the posh, mathematical word for taking away.

 

For today’s activities you will need:

  • Tens frame (you used one last week- you can draw your own as pictured below, or print one off if you have a printer.) and
  • 10 counting objects (which you can use for all of the activities)

 

 

Work through the video and activities with Miss Khaira by clicking on the link below.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/understanding-the-concept-of-subtraction-as-take-away-part-1-cmu32r?activity=video&step=1

 

There is a pdf file below for the tens frame if you wish to print it.

Tuesday 9th February

Adding using a number line and counting on.

 

 

This week we are learning about addition and subtraction.

Yesterday you worked on using objects to count on when adding.

 

Today we are going to be adding using a number line and using our counting on skills.

 

For today’s activities you will need:

  • A number line 1-10- please make this (have a look at the picture below to help you)
  • Counting objects in two different colours (which you used yesterday)

 

 

 

Work through the video and activities with Miss Khaira by clicking on the link below.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/adding-two-numbers-using-a-number-track-to-count-on-cmvk0t?activity=video&step=1

Monday 8th February

Adding by 'counting on'.

 

 

This week we are learning about addition and subtraction.

 

Today we are going to be looking at addition by using the ‘counting on’ technique/method.

 

For the activities you will need:

 

  • Tens frame (you used one last week- you can draw your own as pictured below, or print one off if you have a printer.) and
  • 20 objects- 10 in one colour and 10 in another colour.

 

 

 

Work through the video with Mrs Khaira by clicking on the link below:

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/using-manipulatives-to-count-on-when-adding-60vpat

 

 

There is a pdf file below for the tens frame if you wish to print it.
 

Friday 5th February

One less.

 

 

Yesterday you worked through the video with Miss Molnar and joined in with the activities learning about one more!

 

Today we are going to be learning about ‘one less’ than a number (up to 10) with Miss Molnar.

 

For today’s activities you will need (the same things as yesterday):

-10 counting objects

-a ten frame – draw yourself (see pic below)

-Number cards – make yourself (see pic below)

 

It is worth making the ten frame and number cards and keeping them safe as you will need these for activities next week too!

 

 

Watch and listen carefully to the video below and join in the activities.

 

https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/exploring-one-less-within-10-cgtk0c

 

Here are a pdf version of the ten frame and number cards if you have access to a printer and don’t want to make your own.

Thursday 4th February

One more.

 

 

Yesterday you worked through the video with Miss Bradbury and joined in with the activities comparing groups and using the vocabulary: more, fewer and the same!

 

Today we are going to be learning about ‘one more’ than a number (up to 10) with a teacher called Miss Molnar.

 

For today’s activities you will need:

-10 counting objects

-a ten frame – draw yourself (see pic below)

-Number cards – make yourself (see pic below)

 

It is worth making the ten frame and number cards and keeping them safe as you will need these for activities this week and next week too!

 

 

Watch and listen carefully to the video below and join in the activities.

 

https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/exploring-one-more-within-10-74v3cc

 

Here are a pdf version of the ten frame and number cards if you have access to a printer and don’t want to make your own.

Wednesday 3rd February

 

Comparing groups of objects: more, fewer and the same.

 

 

This week we are learning about comparing groups of objects.

 

Yesterday you worked through the video with Miss Bradbury and joined in with the activities!

 

Today we are going to be using our ‘more and ‘fewer’ vocabulary but we are also going to be learning new vocabulary: the ‘same’.

This will be explained at the start of the video!

 

Watch and listen carefully to the video below and join in the activities.

 

As a follow up activity- you could look around you at groups of objects and use sentences where you say which has ‘more’, which has ‘fewer’ and which has ‘the same’.

For example: I have more teeth and fewer lips.

I have the same amount of fingers and toes!

 

The powerpoint (and pdf) is below if you would like to run your own lesson.

 

03.02.21 Reception Maths

Tuesday 2nd February

Comparing groups of objects: more and fewer.

 

 

This week we are learning about comparing groups of objects using the language ‘more’ and ‘fewer’.

 

Yesterday you worked through the ladybird challenges video with Miss Bradbury and joined in with the activities!

 

Today we are going to be using our ‘more and ‘fewer’ vocabulary again to make sure we know how to use these new words.

 

Watch and listen carefully to the video below and join in the activities.

 

As a follow up activity- you could look around you at groups of objects and use sentences where you say which has ‘more’ and which has ‘fewer’.

For example: I have more teeth and fewer ears!

 

The powerpoint (and pdf) is below if you would like to run your own lesson.

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Monday 1st February

Comparing groups of objects: more and fewer.

 

 

This week we are learning about comparing groups of objects using the language ‘more’ and ‘fewer’.

 

Please watch and listen carefully to the ladybird challenges video and join in with the activities!

 

As a follow up activity- you could look around you at groups of objects and say which has ‘more’ and which has ‘fewer’.

 

The powerpoint (and pdf) is below if you would like to run your own lesson.

01.02.21 Reception Maths

Friday 29th January

Recapping numbers 1-10.

 

 

This week we have been learning about the numbers 9 and 10.

Work through the videos below to explore the number skills that you have learnt.

 

For an extra activity you can practice writing your numbers 1-10 by using the ‘writing numbers formation rhymes’ video to help you.

 

(If you want to run your own lesson the powerpoints and pdf versions are below.)

 

Do them in this order:

-counting 9 and 10 at the pet shop

-counting scenes to 10

-How many stars

-writing numbers formation rhymes

 

Enjoy folks!

:)

 

29.01.21 Reception Maths Counting 9 and 10 Pets in a Petshop

29.01.21 Reception Maths Counting Scenes to 10

29.01.21 Reception Maths - How Many Stars?

29.01.21 Reception Maths - Writing Number Formation Rhymes

Here are the powerpoints for each video.
Here are the pdf files for each video.

Thursday 28th January

Recapping numbers 9 and 10 and drawing objects.

 

 

This week we are learning about the numbers 9 and 10.

I wonder if you can recognise them?

 

Work through the ‘can you recognise the number 1-10’ video below and say the name of the number that you see.

It would be even better if you could show that number of your fingers too for each number!

 

For the main activity you will need some pieces of paper and a pen or pencil/drawing tools. Remember to pick something easy to draw like lollipops, or circles, or triangles, and draw them in a straight line.

Here is an example:

 

 

If you are running your own lesson using the powerpoint below, after the picture (showing the drawing of simple objects) say the number shown and draw the correct number of objects for that number.

 

 

 

 

28.01.21 Reception Maths

If the powerpoint does not work for you- try the pdf file below.

Wednesday 27th January

Recapping numbers 9 and 10 and counting out objects.

 

 

This week we are learning about the numbers 9 and 10.

I wonder if you can recognise them?

 

Work through the ‘can you recognise the number 1-10’ video below and say the name of the number that you see. It would be even better if you could show that number of your fingers too for each number!

 

For the next activity you will need at least 10 small objects (10+). You could use coins/counters or buttons or pieces of pasta etc. They can be all the same or different- or a mixture of the two.

 

After the picture (showing the objects in a line) on the powerpoint say the number shown and show the correct number of objects for that number.

 

When counting out your objects- remember that it is easier to count them if you put them in a long line, and remember to touch each object as you count.

 

 

Below the video is the powerpoint and pdf of the video if you would like to run your own lesson.

27.01.21 Reception Maths

Tuesday 26th January

Number 10

 

 

Today we are going to be learning all about the number 10.

Take a look at the numberblocks video (see below) to introduce the number.

 

Then, watch the ‘all about the number 10’ video below and learn about the different ways that the number 10 can be shown.

 

To finish off the day’s Maths activity- maybe you could look for the number 10 at home in your house. Good places to look would be the remote for the tv, a calendar or diary, a clock, and a calculator.

Here are some other examples:

 

Numberblocks - Meet Number Ten | Learn to Count | Meet the Numberblocks

As seen on CBeebies! Watch Numberblocks full episodes on BBC iPlayer: https://bbc.in/2ZHvNtl Subscribe for more Numberblocks: https://goo.gl/rF32S8Meet Numbe...

26.01.21 Reception Maths

All About The Number - Twinkl PPT

Here is the all about the number 10 powerpoint below (powerpoint and pdf) in case you would like to run your own lesson.

Monday 25th January

Number 9

 

 

Today we are going to be learning all about the number 9.

Take a look at the numberblocks video (see below) to introduce the number.

 

Then watch and join in with the ‘all about the number 9’ video below and learn about the different ways that the number 9 can be shown.

 

(The powerpoint and pdf are below in case you would like to run your own lesson.)

 

To finish off the day’s Maths activity- maybe you could look for the number 9 at home in your house. Good places to look would be the remote for the tv, a calendar or diary, a clock, and a calculator.

Here are some other examples:

Numberblocks - Meet Number Nine | Learn to Count | Meet the Numberblocks

As seen on CBeebies! Watch Numberblocks full episodes on BBC iPlayer: https://bbc.in/2ZHvNtl Subscribe for more Numberblocks: https://goo.gl/rF32S8Meet Numbe...

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Below are the powerpoint and pdf document of the video if you want to run your own lesson.

Friday 22nd January

 

Recapping numbers 6,7 and 8 and drawing objects.

 

 

This week we are learning about the numbers 6, 7 and 8.

I wonder if you can recognise them?

 

Work through the ‘can you recognise the number 1-8’ video below and say the name of the number that you see. It would be even better if you could show that number of your fingers too for each number!

 

For the activity in the video you will need some pieces of paper and a pen or pencil/drawing tools where you will need to draw simple objects like lollipops, buttons, balloons etc.

 

 

 

Below are the powerpoint and pdf version of the 'can you recognise the number 1-8' if you would like to run your own lesson.

22.01.21 Reception Maths

If the document above does not work try the pdf file below!

Thursday 21st January

 

Recapping numbers 6,7 and 8 and counting out objects.

 

 

This week we are learning about the numbers 6, 7 and 8.

I wonder if you can recognise them?

 

Work through the ‘can you recognise the number 1-8’ video- where I will talk you through what you need to do.

 

For the activity in the video you will need at least 8 small objects (8+). You could use coins/counters or buttons or pieces of pasta etc.

 

 

When counting out your objects- remember that it is easier to count them if you put them in a long line, and remember to touch each object as you count.

 

21.01.21 Reception Maths

Wednesday 20th January

 

Number 8

 

 

Today we are going to be learning all about the number 8.

Take a look at the numberblocks video (see below) to introduce the number.

 

Then, watch at the ‘all about the number 8’ video below and learn about the different ways that the number 8 can be shown.

 

To finish off the day’s Maths activity- maybe you could look for the number 8 at home in your house.

 

Good places to look would be the remote for the tv, a calendar or diary, a clock, and a calculator.

Here are some other examples:

 

 

Below are the powerpoint and pdf version of the 'all about the number 8' if you would like to run your own lesson.

Numberblocks - Meet Number Eight | Learn to Count | Meet the Numberblocks

As seen on CBeebies! Watch Numberblocks full episodes on BBC iPlayer: https://bbc.in/2ZHvNtl Subscribe for more Numberblocks: https://goo.gl/rF32S8Meet Numbe...

20.01.21 Reception Maths

All About The Number 8 (Twinkl powerpoint)

If the above file does not work- try the pdf file below :)

Tuesday 19th January

Number 7

 

 

Today we are going to be learning all about the number 7.

Take a look at the numberblocks video (see below) to introduce the number.

 

Then, watch at the ‘all about the number 7’ video below and learn about the different ways that the number 7 can be shown.

 

To finish off the day’s Maths activity- maybe you could look for the number 7 at home in your house.

 

Good places to look would be the remote for the tv, a calendar or diary, a clock, and a calculator.

Here are some other examples:

 

 

Numberblocks - Meet Number Seven | Meet the Numberblocks | Learn to Count

As seen on CBeebies! Watch Numberblocks full episodes on BBC iPlayer: https://bbc.in/2ZHvNtl Subscribe for more Numberblocks: https://goo.gl/rF32S8Meet Numbe...

19.01.21 Reception Maths

All About The Number 7 (Twinkl ppt)

Below is the 'all about the number 7' powerpoint if you wish to run the lesson yourself.
If the above file does not work then try the pdf file below.

Monday 18th January

 

Happy Monday everyone!!

Number 6

 

 

Today we are going to be learning all about the number 6.

Take a look at the numberblocks video (see below) to introduce the number.

 

Then, watch at the ‘all about the number 6’ video below and learn about the different ways that the number 6 can be shown.

 

To finish off the day’s Maths activity- maybe you could look for the number 6 at home in your house.

Good places to look would be the remote for the tv, a calendar or diary, a clock, and a calculator.

Here are some other examples:

Numberblocks - Meet Number Six | Meet the Numberblocks | Learn to Count

As seen on CBeebies! Watch Numberblocks full episodes on BBC iPlayer: https://bbc.in/2ZHvNtl Subscribe for more Numberblocks: https://goo.gl/rF32S8Meet Numbe...

Monday PowerPoint Slide Show All About The Number 6 Powerpoint Compatibility Mode 2021 01 16 12 59

Using Twinkl All About Number 6 powerpoint

Below are the powerpoint and pdf version of the 'all about the number 6' if you would like to run your own lesson.

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