a set of missing number lines starting with numbers to fifteen up to one hundred
set of worksheets (different abilities) writing the numbers that go in between other numbers
For Roald Dahl week we look at the book 'revolting recipes&', here is a recipe for making snot juice. There are three worksheets, at different levels for the children to complete. We make the snot juice first and talk about what we have done, before completing our written work. to make the snot juice I use lime cordial, chunks of lime, apple liquorice strings
Kipper the dog is trying to find somewhere new to sleep - match the animals to their correct beds and label the pictures
comparing and recognising numbers which are small or biiger than others, to use with a number line or hundred square
count the pairs of socks in twos to find out how many there are.
higher/middle ability time problems where the children have to take or add 1 hour/so many hours from an o'clock time
I took my children out to look at a car - inside and out then the labelled their picture and explained how it worked - they really enjoyed it!
we have been reading Harry and his bucketful of dinosaurs - we created fact files to tell people about them
the objects have been measured using cubes and the children need to use the table on page 3 to compare the weights and identify the lightest/heaviest or the same objects
I have used this newspaper for the start of a number of fairy tale related activities.
I used the to go with the purples rml book flip the frog - my children have been looking at adjectives and wrote about the different parks of a frog
we designed our own dinosaurs and wrote sentences to describe them. the children loved coming up with their own dino names!
Using a set of scales weight a set of objects and stick pictures of them on to the scales to show which ones were heavy and which ones were light.
simple addition sum involving adding fish scales and beginning to record in a number sentence. subtraction - large fish for practical adding and subtracting
To go alongside the story book 'the rainbow fish' we looked at fish and had a go at naming their body parts. The document contains 3 pages (diff) worksheets for pupils to complete. My children really enjoyed this activity.
termly basic skills sheets to assess the children in number and shape and space
match the woodland animals to where they live in the wood
read the number word and write the correct figures in the box
these are simple targets cards that I can share with the children and their parents
a simple toy pictogram where the children can collect their own data and then display their results mid group work sheet is similar but the images are small enough to stick in 2cm squared paper top group could collect their own data and then create a bar chart or say that one picture equals two children