Category Archives: Mathematics

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Holi Biscuits…

As part of our learning about Holi we baked Holi cookies. They were bright and colourful as Holi is the festival of colours and celebrating the triumph of good over evil. What colour biscuits would you bake for a Holi … Continue reading

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Where Do Plants Grow Best?

To help us learn about where plants like to grow we have set up an experiment. We planted some cress seeds in different pots and put the pots in different places. One pot was placed on the window ledge so … Continue reading

Adding

This week we are learning about addition. Our learning has not only focused upon adding but also using addition words. We played a game outdoors to help us with our addition. What is the sign we can use to show we are adding?

Measuring The Temperature.

We enjoy collecting our own data so we are using equipment to measure the temperature each day and fill in our class weather chart.

What do you think the warmest temperature was which we recorded last weeks?

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Patterns

Teddy wants a scarf to keep home warm but it must have a pattern on. We have learned about patterns so we can complete this maths challenge which Teddy set us. What pattern would you put on Teddy’s scarf?

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Sockthing!

This week we are practising using scissors to cut as well as talking about patterns. As we are learning about Sockthing, one of `kipper’s toys, we asked to make a Sockthing. We decided that we wanted to use card and … Continue reading

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3D Shape

This week, we are continuing to learn about 3D shapes. We are practising using 3D shape words and apply them as we build 3 D shapes using different construction equipment. How many 3D shape words can you name?

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Maths Challenge

This week, we are completing a maths challenge using the railway track. We have different challenges, linked to this toy, where we need to build a looped track. The trains must be able to get to and from the start … Continue reading

Toy Pictogram.

When we arrived at school we found a letter from Santa. He had written to tell us that the most popular toy this year, for class 1, was a teddy bear. We decided we would find out if he was right. First, we looked at a range of toys we had for Christmas. Then we voted for our favourite toy. We used the results to make a pictogram. This showed our findings. We learned that the most popular toy, in class 1 this year, was a computer .

What was your favourite toy from Santa this year?

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Making 3D Shapes In The Mud Kitchen…

As we are learning about 3D shapes class 1 enjoyed using the mud kitchen to dig and create their own 3D shapes. As we learned we tried using 3D shape words. We enjoyed sharing ideas and looking at each other’s … Continue reading