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Here are some fun maths activities to practice skills from this week. You do not need to bring them back to school!
Week Commencing 24th September 2018
We started the new school year with a whole school trip to "We the Curious" the science museum in Bristol - there was so much to see all the children said they would like to be taken back again. This photos shows our hands- on electricity workshop.
We have been learning some fab maths games to practice our times table facts, it would be great is you could play at home, all you need is:
We have been learning about equivalent fractions in maths. There are many websites we can use to consolidate our understanding.
Try this web site to practice mental maths skills
Brick blaster 5, 6 and 7
What a busy half term!
Take a look at our Vikings display! We have created 'Rune name plates', warning posters, job adverts, information posters about Viking long boats. Well done to all our children who have done some superb home learning, from tremendous top trumps, to fantastic family trees, from superb shields and swords to cool coins, fact files and everything else.
We are enjoying our How to train your dragon literacy topic and have been working hard on our addition and subtraction strategies.
As well as all the addition and subtraction strategies that the children have been working on, some of them have had fun trying the 'Decatree' challenge, particular well done to Martha for explaining her learning to her competitive class mates!!
Click on this link to see what this was all about!!
Ask your child about '90 ten' as a strategy to help with their number bonds to 100.
We have really got to grips with addition and subtraction this week in maths and the children have been working very hard on some Roald Dahl problem solving. In Literacy we have been practicing our spelling and editing skills. We have been producing some warning posters about Viking raids!
Have a look at our word clouds that we produced in ICT when you drop in on open class Thursday!
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