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.

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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?

Posted in Mathematics, Physical development, PSED

Tagged counting, Maths, Sharing, working together

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?

Posted in Communication and language, IT, Mathematics, PSED

Tagged Adding, Bigger or smaller, counting, Numbers, working together

During challenge time some of us chose to use the peg boards and make different patterns, shapes and even pictures. We then counted pegs of different colours. How many red pegs can you see? What is the total number of pegs you could fit onto this pegboard? How do you know?

Posted in Communication and language, EAD, Mathematics, Physical development

Tagged colours, counting, Pegboards, Wombridge Primary School.

We enjoy maths games. This week we learned to play dominoes as this helps us learn to count and match. We also had to practise taking turns. It was good fun. Can you think of other maths games we can learn to play?

Posted in Mathematics, Physical development, PSED

Tagged counting, Dominoes, Matching, Maths Games, Wombridge Primary School.

We went to the mud kitchen to help us learn to count. We made cups of turnip soup and counted them. We learned to point to cups of soup as we said a number. How many cups of soup can you see in this photograph?

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Tagged 1 To 1 Correspondence, counting, Learning Outdoors, Wombridge Primary.

As part of our topic about ourselves we investigated how many jumps we could do in 1 minute. We had to count carefully as we jumped. Then we counted hops, claps and skips.