This week, we are learning and consolidating everything we know about shape.
Spend some time on these shape games!
Have a go at making repeated patterns with objects from around your home.
When you have done that, can you count how many objects you have found?
Children in school, can you find objects around school and make a repeated pattern with the objects? How many objects have you got?
Extension - counting beyond 10 and putting them in order from least to greatest.
Practice your number formation 0-10 (0-20 if you want a challenge).
Making sure all your numbers are the correct way round.
One-to-one correspondence when counting is very important. It is important that you only count a certain object once when trying to find a total. To practice this you could gather a set of objects in a jar or any other container, and to find the total you could physically move the objects out of that container until you have none left. Using objects to practice this will help understand this concept and will minimise the chances of you counting the object again and again.
Pick one of the three tasks attached (you can do all three if you would like). Can you find objects from around your house or in your garden to represent these number sentences.