To continue our learning on subtracting, we counted out 15 stones and took the amount away that was on the dice, before we counted again to see how many were left.
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As part of our learning about addition we have played board games with our friends. Which is your favourite board game?
Today we have been learning about coins.
We have been counting carefully and matching the number of coins to match the price . We have been looking carefully to check whether it’s a 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p or 50p that we need.
Today we were learning to take away.
Theo and Daisy got together to independently use there new learning.
They made a tower of bricks and counted them carefully before taking 1 away, they then counted again to know how many were left, before starting again.
Today we played skittles.
We counted how many skittles we had left once we had bowled, then recorded our scores on a chart.
How many skittles can you knock down on your first attempt?
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Today everybody in class one has been learning how to do “one more” and “one less” the children did different activities both involving the same concept of one more and one less. Do you know one ore, one less?
Today in class 1 some of the children looked at the data we collected last week and made their own estimate on which they thought would be the most and least. The children then counted all the flowers and found out the correct answers, also correcting their own answer if they were incorrect.
Today we’ve been learning to count carefully and in order.
We searched for funny bones’ bones and counted how many we had found altogether.
Today, we have been working together in the mud kitchen to make mud pies. We shared them between two groups and halved them. After halving them, we counted how many mud pies were in each set to check that we had shared them equally.
How many mud pies did you make?
Today we have been learning how to add numbers using the large number line outside. Some of us worked together to do our calculations. We were able to find the total by adding 1 onto our number and sometimes even adding up to 8 more!
Does the number get bigger or smaller when we add numbers together?