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These pages will contain information about fortnightly homework tasks and photographs of the exciting maths learning the children have been engaging in.

 

My email address if you need to contact me:

Mrs Butter

nicola.butter@greatdoddington.northants.sch.uk

Useful websites to practise times tables and counting

 

www.topmarks.co.uk—variety of times table games     

 

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Check 

 

www.collins.co.uk/pages/primary-mathematics-times-tables-test-simulator—good practise for timing tables!

 

https://timestable.pixl.org.uk/Timestables.html—children need a log in, which they can get from school.

 

Counting, reading and writing numbers to 100 - (13.09.19)

Counting, reading and writing numbers to 100 - (13.09.19) 1
Counting, reading and writing numbers to 100 - (13.09.19) 2
Counting, reading and writing numbers to 100 - (13.09.19) 3
Counting, reading and writing numbers to 100 - (13.09.19) 4
Counting, reading and writing numbers to 100 - (13.09.19) 5

HOMEWORK (11.10.19) - Thank you for returning your counting in 2s homework.  This week the homework is counting in 3s.  The worksheet is called tricycles.

04.10.19 - This week we have been counting in 3s.

04.10.19 - This week we have been counting in 3s.   1
04.10.19 - This week we have been counting in 3s.   2

14.10.19 - Making addition stories

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We had lots of fun making stories using the words First, then, then and now to add three numbers together. Next we represented these on tens frames and in a part, part, part whole grid.

This week (wk/e: 25.10.19) we have been adding 3 numbers the most efficient way. First we explored adding different pairs of numbers. Then we found out if we changed the order of the numbers and looked for those that made 5 or 10, it was quicker and easier to find the total.

This week (wk/e: 25.10.19) we have been adding 3 numbers the most efficient way.  First we explored adding different pairs of numbers.  Then we found out if we changed the order of the numbers and looked for those that made 5 or 10, it was quicker and easier to find the total. 1
This week (wk/e: 25.10.19) we have been adding 3 numbers the most efficient way.  First we explored adding different pairs of numbers.  Then we found out if we changed the order of the numbers and looked for those that made 5 or 10, it was quicker and easier to find the total. 2
This week (wk/e: 25.10.19) we have been adding 3 numbers the most efficient way.  First we explored adding different pairs of numbers.  Then we found out if we changed the order of the numbers and looked for those that made 5 or 10, it was quicker and easier to find the total. 3
This week (wk/e: 25.10.19) we have been adding 3 numbers the most efficient way.  First we explored adding different pairs of numbers.  Then we found out if we changed the order of the numbers and looked for those that made 5 or 10, it was quicker and easier to find the total. 4
This week (wk/e: 25.10.19) we have been adding 3 numbers the most efficient way.  First we explored adding different pairs of numbers.  Then we found out if we changed the order of the numbers and looked for those that made 5 or 10, it was quicker and easier to find the total. 5
This week (wk/e: 25.10.19) we have been adding 3 numbers the most efficient way.  First we explored adding different pairs of numbers.  Then we found out if we changed the order of the numbers and looked for those that made 5 or 10, it was quicker and easier to find the total. 6
This week (wk/e: 25.10.19) we have been adding 3 numbers the most efficient way.  First we explored adding different pairs of numbers.  Then we found out if we changed the order of the numbers and looked for those that made 5 or 10, it was quicker and easier to find the total. 7

This week (8/11/19) we have been using our number bonds to 10 to help find bonds to 100. We then used them to solve a problem.

This week (8/11/19) we have been using our number bonds to 10 to help find bonds to 100.  We then used them to solve a problem. 1
This week (8/11/19) we have been using our number bonds to 10 to help find bonds to 100.  We then used them to solve a problem. 2
This week (8/11/19) we have been using our number bonds to 10 to help find bonds to 100.  We then used them to solve a problem. 3
This week (8/11/19) we have been using our number bonds to 10 to help find bonds to 100.  We then used them to solve a problem. 4
This week (8/11/19) we have been using our number bonds to 10 to help find bonds to 100.  We then used them to solve a problem. 5
This week (8/11/19) we have been using our number bonds to 10 to help find bonds to 100.  We then used them to solve a problem. 6
This week (8/11/19) we have been using our number bonds to 10 to help find bonds to 100.  We then used them to solve a problem. 7
This week (8/11/19) we have been using our number bonds to 10 to help find bonds to 100.  We then used them to solve a problem. 8
This week (8/11/19) we have been using our number bonds to 10 to help find bonds to 100.  We then used them to solve a problem. 9
Homework w/e 15.11.19 The children will come home with a Robot sheet.  They need to work out 10 more/less than the number in the robot’s stomach.  Due back by 29.11.19