Cook, bake or make something. Anything you like! Once you're done, write down the recipe or instructions to tell somebody else how to do it. Use subheadings headings (eg, ingredients, requirements, method, steps) numbers, time words (first, next, then) and verbs (mix, cut, stick, sprinkle).
There are some examples below to show you how.
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First get your brain warmed up with some counting. There is a few songs to choose from, you don't have to do them all!!
Today's topic is subtraction
Think about the different strategies we have used when subtracting and choose which one you would like to use. You might use tens and ones, a number line or objects to count.
See below an activity you could do using your tens and ones.
Column subtraction of 2-digit number
Make your own tens and ones using straws, tooth pics, pencils (or anything else you can think of which you can make into bundles of ten).
Use them to have a go at subtracting 2 2-digit numbers and to understand what happens when your 2 digits add to 10 or more.
Link to column subtraction of 2-digit numbers video:
1. What are the names of the four nations of the United Kingdom?
2. What are the capital cities of the four nations?
3. Which country's flag has a dragon on it?
4. Name the seven continents.
5. Which continent is England on?
Challenge: draw the Union Flag.
See how good you are at drawing a ladybug and frog. Use the tutorials below!
Each day we will upload two challenges.
Answers for each challenge will be uploaded the following day.
Answers for Friday 30th:
Word Scramble: the word was half.
Maths Challenge: the missing number was 10.
For this challenge you need your our more than, less than and equal to symbols.