Amazing individual work on fractions by Beech Class
Beech Class were problem solving today, and trying to work out the tricky sequence. Can you solve it?
Year 5 have been looking at different ways to represent and partition numbers up to one million.
In maths club, year 4 and 5 used sweets to think about fractions!
Willow Class have had fun comparing the mass of different objects.
Money, money, money!
Finding perimeters with Beech Class
Willow-investigating 2D shape.
From 18 lollipop sticks, I made 3 pentagons.
I made 3 rectangles.
I made 6 triangles.
Elm - Place Value
Ash Class - Perimeter
Ash Class - Exploring Fractions
Willow - We used peg boards to help us to investigate arrays.
Willow - we used the Dienes to help us with our column subtraction.
We have been playing games to learn about tenths and hundredths, and had to reason about where to place each digit to try and make a bigger number than our partners.
Using addition and subtraction to solve problems in year 5
Times tables in the sun
Counting, matching and ordering in Early Years.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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