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These are some of the websites we use in school to support the children's learning, some of these websites need subscriptions.
Education City: www.educationcity.com
ICT Games: www.ictgames.com/resources
Primary Resources: http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/maths/maths.htm
Maths Zone: http://mathszone.co.uk/
Numeracy Shed: http: www.mathematicshed.com/
NRich: https: //nrich.maths.org/
Primarygames, Teaching fractions, tables etc: http://www.primarygames.com/math.php
Maths Frame: http://www.ictgames.com/resources.html
TT Rockstars: https://ttrockstars.com/
TT Rockstars User Guide: TT Rockstars
Maths in Year 1
Cross Curricular Maths
Our Maths is fun mornings this year have been focusing on cross curricular maths. Below is what happened in the Autumn Term.
Reception have also been finding out about numbers that mean something to them to link to their topic ‘All about me’ they have put candles on a cake to show their age, tested how many bean bags they can get in a hoop, and looked at the number 5 in detail (their age) looking at what is and is not 5. They have practiced counting toys to 4/5.
Year 1/2 have been learning All About Me. The children have been looking at numbers about themselves such as shoe size, age, height. They have looked at maths in their world. They have completed a pictogram on their favourite colour and a completed a shape hunt.
They have made a book about their favourite number.
Year 3/4 have been learning about habitats so they have been busy making hedgehog buns (weighing ingredients), doing mini-beast investigations and recording their results, using the I-pads to play maths games linked to their theme.
They have built structures from newspaper using mathematical shapes and their DT skills to build an Eiffel tower as tall as they can!
Year 5/6 have been learning about the Victorians, they have been practising their tables and with the history link completing Roman numeral investigations. They have also completed Victorian investigations and designed games based around the book ‘Street Child’ set in Victorian London.
Number in Reception