Autumn 2 Week 2 Addition and Subtraction and the inverse
This week we will be looking at both addition and subtraction together. We have spent time adding using pictures and drawings within 100 and subtracting using the same method. We can all use a blank number line to add and take away small numbers! Remember this method! This week we will be thinking about looking at 3 numbers and creating our own addition and subtraction calculations from the numbers. We need to remember where to put the big and small numbers!
Children working just below year 2
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Children working below year 2
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Autumn 2 Week 3 Repeated addition
This week we will be learning about groups of objects. We will investigate whether groups are equal or unequal in number. We will sort objects into groups of different amounts and look closely at the vocabulary that helps us describe these groups. We will move onto thinking about how we can also think about these groups as addition sentences in a repeating way.
Autumn 2 Week 4
This week we are building on last weeks learning. We have learnt about groups and making repeated additions for pictures. This week we are going to learn the terms 'arrays', 'rows' and columns'. Arrays are groups organised into rectangles or squares. We can use these and draw these to work out multiplication questions.
Autumn 2 Week 5
This is assessment week in school where we would complete assessments within class. Spend time this week practising your times tables (TTRockstars) and complete your 2Do jobs on Purple mash
Autumn 2 Week 6
This week we are going to look at pictures of arrays and write two multiplication sentences for them. We are learning to divide a number by 10. We are also introducing fractions of shapes this week. We will start to earn about halves, quarters and thirds of shapes and we will make our very own fraction wall!