Time to take the challenge...Find any suitable step indoors or outdoors, set the timer to 30 seconds and go for it. Step up on to the first step (both feet)and back down (both feet). That counts as 1. Count the number of completed step ups in 30 seconds and go to http://www.koboca.co.uk/koboca-challenge-ii-step-up-for-the-nhs/?q=83I6G3U9 to log it in the national competition.
16.10.19 Non-Fiction. Year 1 have been investigating Non-Fiction books. We have been comparing the similarities and differences to the Three Little Pigs we have been reading and adapting this term. In pairs we found the Contents Page and used this to find information about a topic that interested us. We are building up the skills to create our own Non-Fiction fact book.
09.10.19 Woodland Word problems. After practising our one more and one less than skills in Maths, Year 1 used the Woodland to practise our reasoning and problem solving questions. We gathered objects from the woodland and created our own one and two step word problems.
Welcome Year 1! What an exciting week we have had recreating our own Bear Hunt ....
Year 1 have worked so hard this week practising their counting skills, we even discussed how counting in 2's can often be a more efficient method. We have learnt all about prepositions in Maths and have used this on our very own Bear hunt and to describe where we have found Bears in the Woodland too.
After bringing our favourite Bears into class we are busy this week using our phonic skills of sounding, blending and decoding to write all about our favourite Bear characteristics.
Active maths with Motty! Practising counting in 2's and to 100.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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