The Ducklings have been pretending to be passengers on a bus. They have been solving different maths word problems, paying for their tickets and solving halving and doubling problems with passenger numbers.
We have been using different objects to measure the length of our friends.
Today the Ducklings have been sorting and ordering different objects according to their length.
Today we counted how many hands or feet long our talking partners were. We tried to estimate first and then checked by counting.
The Ducklings have been watching the traffic passing by our school and recording what they found on tally charts. They recorded the colour of the vehicles or the different types of vehicle.
The Ducklings have been using 2D shapes to create vehicles.
We have been learning to recognise the different coins and making amounts of money with various combinations of coins!
We have been looking at identifying the different coins by their value, shape, colour and size.
In tag-rugby, we tested our pulse rate during different stages of activity: sitting, jogging, running and cooling down. We collected our data in a table and used this to create a line graph in maths.
What did you learn in tag-rugby? What happened to your pulse rate during…
Investigating how many layers of bed covers they need to put on the bed until they can no longer feel the pea.
Practising our underarm throwing skills and aim and accuracy, but also adding the two scores together by counting on.