Author: Miss Allardyce

CLIC Targets – Week Beginning 19.4.21

C- I can read 3 digit multiples of 100.
Remember to..

  • Say the hundreds digit
  • Then say ‘hundred’

Attached below is a video you may want to watch. Ask your child to read the numbers below out of sequence.

200
700
400
300
800
900
100
500
600

L- 6+6, 7+7, 8+8, 9+9
We would love to see some videos of your progress learning these.

I- Fact Families
I know the fact families for 1d+1d facts

  • Remember to…
  • Copy the learn its
  • Write the switcher
  • Bring the total (sum) to the front, change the symbol and write the 2 answers.

For example 3+2=5, 2+3=5, 5-3=2, 5-2=3I have attached a worksheet with examples to try. There is no need to print the worksheet.
C-

  • : I can take a 1d number from a number to 20
  • Remember to…
  • Find the starting number
  • Count back the right amount… one jump for each number
  • See where you have landed

Ask your child to solve  the questions below.

20-3=
18-5=
14-2=
19-7=
12-5=
11-4=
19-9=
17-8=

 

You will find links to videos and worksheets on Google Classroom.

Happy Birthday Gabi!

It’s Gabi’s Birthday! We hope you have a wonderful day!

Happy birthday to you,
On this your special day.
We’re so glad to share it with you,
To bring gifts, eat cake and play.

We hope you have a great time,
And that all your wishes come true.
Because we don’t know anyone who deserves
A happier birthday than you!

CLIC Targets – Week beginning 12.4.21

C -I can count past 100

  • Remember to…
  • say the last 2 digits as you normally do
  • Change the hundreds word when you get to ‘..99’

L- 6+6, 7+7, 8+8, 9+9

I- Worded addition problems.

  • Joey has 11 sweets, he gets 4 more. How many does Joey have altogether?
  • James has 10 sweets, Lucy has 3 more. How many does Lucy have?
  • Hannah has 10p she is given an extra 5p. How much money does she have now?
  • Lucy has 8 cakes, she makes 10 more. How many cakes does she have now?

(If your child is finding this easy give them some further questions with bigger numbers.)

C-   I can share 8, 12, 16 or 20 objects between 4 people

  • Remember to…
  • Take turns giving each person one at a time
  • Check at the end that everyone has the same amount

Our Week in P2!

This week in primary 2 we have been learning about the magic ‘e’ sound and how it makes vowels strong enough to say their names! We’ve enjoyed making Magic ‘e’ wands and watching some great videos!

 

We also worked together to learn about things that make us similar and things that make us different. We worked with a partner to colour pictures showing likes and dislikes. We then stuck them down on a Venn digaram!

As it is coming up to Spring, we created a beautiful Spring Wreath with a little bird! We were so proud of how they turned out!

As it is coming up to Spring, we created a beautiful Spring Wreath with a little bird! We were so proud of how they turned out! 

 

We’re looking forward to our last week of term 3 before the Spring Holidays start next Friday!

CLIC Targets – Week Beginning 15.03.21

C- I can count in tens verbally from 10 to 100. (10, 20, 20, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100)

We’d love to see any videos.

L- Terms

Please work on the terms
– more and less
– between
– before and after

Use the Splat Square, can your child complete the following:

Colour yellow the number that is 2 more than:
5, 7, 11, 15, 19, 20
Colour blue the number that is 1 less than:
9, 15, 19, 20, 6, 3
Colour pink the number before:
20, 18, 5, 6, 9, 4
Colour green the number after:
8, 25, 30, 32
Colour orange the number or numbers in between:
22 and 25

I- Doubles and halves within 20.

Please continue to work on your doubling and halving within 20. Particularly the halves for 12, 14, 16 and 18 as we are still finding some of these tricky to work out without the use of concrete materials.

You can work on Hit the Button to practise.

C-
Division:
I can share a number of objects in to groups
e.g. 15 ÷ 3
= 15 objects, shared equally into 3 groups
Remember to
Collect the number of objects you need (15)
Make space for the number of groups you need (3)
Take turns giving putting 1 object into each group at at time
Check at the end that each group has the same number of objects.
The number of objects in one group is your answer to your sum

Can you solve the following problems?

12 ÷ 3 =
16 ÷ 4 =
10 ÷ 5 =
20 ÷ 2 =
4 ÷ 4 =

We’ve attached some pictures of the example problem.

Please share some of the work you’re doing, pictures/ videos/ voice recordings are all fine!

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/paint-the-squares