At the start of the week we completed a practical activity based on partitioning two digit numbers into tens and ones. The children were fantastic at using their diennes equipment to partition the numbers. They were then encouraged to add on ten and see how the number had changed. We asked question such as what will the new number be? Which digit is changing? etc. Some children worked with an adult to find different ways to partition for example: 60 + 2 = 62, 50 + 12 = 62, 40 + 22 = 62 ...
|Spellings||Set on a Friday.||Tested on a Friday|
|Reading||Read every weeknight||Book need to be in school everyday.|
|Maths||Set on a Friday||Brought in Tuesday|
|Times Tables||Set on a Tuesday||Tested on a Tuesday|
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