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Maths homework due Friday 22nd October 

We are looking at ordinal numbers this week. In particular thinking about what numbers or objects come first, second and third. 

 Please use the attached document to enhance this learning

Maths homework due Friday 15th October 

We are looking are comparing numbers to 10 this week. We are continuing to use crocodile mouths when comparing numbers to show which number is greater and less than.

 Please use the attached document to enhance this learning

Maths homework due Friday 8th October 

We are looking are comparing numbers to 10 this week. In particular looking at groups of objects and using language such as greater than and less than. 

 Please use the attached document to enhance this learning

Maths homework due Friday 1st October 

We are looking at numbers to 10 and beyond this week, in particular one to one correspondence. Please use the attached document to enhance this learning.

Maths homework due 24th September

We are looking at numbers to 10 and beyond this week, in particular counting forwards and backwards. Please use the attached document to enhance this learning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maths homework - due in Wednesday 7th July 2021

We are looking at time this week, in particular telling and drawing time to the hour and to the half hour.  Please use the attached document to enhance this learning.

Maths homework - due in Wednesday 30th June 2021

We are looking at numbers to money this week, comparing the value of coins and notes.  Please use the attached document to enhance this learning.

Maths homework - due in Wednesday 23rd June 2021

We are looking at numbers to money this week, thinking about coins and notes.  Please use the attached document to enhance this learning.

Maths homework - due in Wednesday 16th June 2021

We are looking at numbers to 100 this week, thinking about numbers in ascending and descending order. Please use the attached document to enhance this learning. 

Maths homework - due in Wednesday 26th May 2021

We are beginning to look at fractions this week, and using the term a quarter.  Please use the attached document to enhance this learning.

Maths homework - due in Wednesday 19th May 2021

We are beginning to look at fractions this week, and using the terms half and quarter.  Please use the attached document to enhance this learning.

Maths homework - due in Wednesday 12th May 2021

We are looking at division this week, and using the terms grouping and doubling.  Please use the attached document to enhance this learning.

Maths homework - due in Wednesday 5th May 2021

We are looking at division this week, and using the terms grouping and doubling.  Please use the attached document to enhance this learning.

Maths homework - due in Wednesday 28th April 2021

We are looking at position and direction this week, and using the terms half turn and full turn.  Please use the attached document to enhance this learning.

Maths homework - due in Wednesday 31st March 2021

 

To consolidate our learning for the remainder of this term we are looking at measurements. In class we are focusing on weight and mass so this homework is recalling measuring length and height which we covered before Christmas.

Maths homework - due back Wednesday 24th March 2021

 

Since returning to school we have been recapping learning. This week we have been looking at number bonds to 10 and number bonds to 20. This worksheet should be familiar to the children.

Maths homework: week commencing Wednesday 18th November 2020.

 

This week we have been looking at measuring things using every day object. On the sheet attached there are a number of broomsticks.  Can the children cut them out and place them in order longest to shortest.  As an optional extra can they measure how long each broomstick is using an everyday object. e.g. 3 paperclips long or 5 pasta shells long etc...

Please return this work or a photo of the work by next Wednesday 25th November.

Thanks you

Maths homework:Week commencing Wednesday 11th November 2020

Maths homework: week commencing Wednesday 4th November 2020

 

We are looking at subtraction this week, and using the terms take away, subtraction, remove etc. We started subtracting up to the number 10 and have moved on to subtracting up to the number 20. Please use the attached colouring in document to enhance this learning.

Maths Homework: Week Commencing Wednesday 21st October 2020

 

It would be helpful if the children could practise writing their numbers to 20, especially the correct directions for 3, 5, 7 and 9. Please find a template attached which may help you.

Maths Homework: Week Commencing Wednesday 14th October 2020

 

This week we are expanding our knowledge of number bonds to 10. For this weeks homework please could you complete the attached sheet. 

Maths Homework: Week Commencing Wednesday 7th October 2020

 

This week we have continued to practise the value of numbers 11-20. For their homework this week could they please complete the attached sheet.  Alternatively the children could find objects from home that match a number 11-20 e.g. write the number 14 on some paper and then they look for 14 toy cars etc.  You may take a picture if you wish but do not worry if you are unable to.

Maths homework: Week Commencing Wednesday 30th September 2020

 

Well done for those of you who have completed the numbers worksheets last week.  This week we have been looking at 3D shapes.  Can the children find any of the following shapes in their home?

 

 

What are these things?  

Maths homework: Week commencing Wednesday 23rd September 2020

By the end of Year One the expectations are that children will be able to count, read and write number to 100. We have therefore attached a missing number worksheet to 50 for the children to complete, this is similar to the work that they are beginning to produce in class.  There are two sheets attached but you do not have to do both sheets. 
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