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Using Number Lines To Help Add.

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Today we began to learn how to use a number line to add two numbers. First we read a calculation then learned how to use the number line to find the total. We had to remember to jump forward as … Continue reading

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Looking For Signs Of Spring.

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Today we walked around our school environment looking for signs of spring. We found flowers, listened to the sound of bird song, felt tiny leaf buds and even felt the warmth of the early spring sunshine on our faces. What … Continue reading

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X

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We segmented and blended words with the phoneme ‘x’ like ‘box’ and ‘mix’. How many words can you think of which have the grapheme ‘x’ in?

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Investigating Class 1’s Favourite Pancake Topping.

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As part of our learning about Shrove Tuesday we investigated which was class 1’s favourite pancake topping. First, we predicted that orange juice would be the favourite topping. Then we tested our prediction. We tasted different toppings then each recorded … Continue reading

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Making Mushroom Soup!

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This week we have cooked mushroom soup. We learned that mushrooms are good for us. We also practised cutting them into small pieces ready for the soup pot. It was really tricky making sure we held the knife properly and … Continue reading

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Finding different ways to make 10.

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The children shook counters and then counted them into two groups (painted and plain) to make a total, then recorded their findings. The children learnt that the two groups changed but they still got a total of 10 every time. … Continue reading

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Rhyming words.

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Today we have had a lot of fun looking at words that rhyme and writing them down. As well as writing our own poems and thinking of words we can use that rhyme. What words can you think of that … Continue reading