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20th February

This week we combining 2 sets practically, ordering sets of objects from the smallest number to the largest number and sorting coins using a decision tree diagram.
Picture 1 Sticking 7 children on a bus
Picture 2 Sticking 10 children on a bus
Picture 3 Sticking 10 children on a bus
Picture 4 Working in pairs to make sets from 1 - 10
Picture 5 Working in pairs to make from 1 - 10
Picture 6 Working out which tower is missing
Picture 7 Working out which tower is missing
Picture 8 Open your eyes. Which set have I taken away?
Picture 1 Combining 2 sets
Picture 2 Combining 2 sets
Picture 3 Combining 2 sets
Picture 4 Combining 2 sets
Picture 5 Combining 2 sets
Picture 6 Combining 2 sets

Human Number Line

10 children held numeral flash cards in a row. After arranging them in the correct order Mrs Dundas asked someone to swap with a person holding a card. We had to work out tricky problems such as " Swap with the number before 3, after 8, 1 less than 5, 1 more than 6.

Picture 1 Human number line
Picture 2 Human number line
Picture 3 Human number line
Picture 4 Human number line

Group Tasks

  1. Combining sets. We made 2 sets of farm animals and pushed than together before counting them altogether.
  2. How many more? We had to add more coloured counters to a set to make a given number.
  3. Odering 3 sets from smallest to largest. We chose 3 numbers from our show me cards and made towers of each number. We then put them in order from the smallest to largest.
Picture 1 Ordering 3 numbers practically
Picture 2 Ordering 3 numbers practically
Picture 3 Ordering 3 numbers practically
Picture 4 Ordering 3 numbers practically
Picture 5 Ordering 3 numbers practically
Picture 6 Ordering 3 numbers practically
Picture 1 Drawing sets of circles
Picture 2 Drawing sets of circles
Picture 3 Drawing sets of circles
Picture 4 Drawing sets of circles
Sorting coins on a tree diagram.
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