With the extra letters, have fun changing the first sound of the word. Each time you change the word, segment (say each individual sound) the new word you have created, then read the word.
Remember when writing your stories don’t forget what good writers do…
Practice using the count on strategy to solve the problems. To use the count on strategy, start your count from the biggest number, counting on the second set. For example to solve 7 + 3, put 7 in your head and count on 3 - 7, 8, 9, 10. You can use your fingers to help you track what you are counting on
Here are some problems for this week. Show how you solved each problem by drawing a picture representation like one of the picture examples above
Explore Bonds to 10
How many different ways can you arrange 8 dots?
Add together the shoe size of everyone in your house. What does this add up to? For example - In Sally's house. Sally wears size 4, Frank is size 8, Mum is size 7, Dad is size 9. If these are added together it adds up to 28
I had some colouring pencils at home, but one of them broke. How many colouring pencils might I have started with? How many pencils might I have now? What if three of them broke?
I have 5 gemstones in the bowl. I am going to add in some more gemstones. How many more gemstones could I add? How many would I have altogether?
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Junior Choice Board
Welcome back to our home learning activities. Below are some activities to choose from for the next few days or come up with your own. Have fun and be kind!
Build a fort, use some blankets, sheets, cushions, etc. Play a game inside it
Write a letter or note to give to a friend
Have a paper plane challenge with your family
Make a video reading your favourite picture book. Share it with someone who would enjoy it