Once you have completed your 5 a day, please watch the video. If you're unable to access the site below for the activity, you can use anything that would be suitable - straws, coins, bricks or bits of paper would all be fine.
The video below starts by using the same site as Monday and then follows the presentation below. If you have watched the video, you do not need to go through the presentation again unless you want to. You may wish to spend some more time practising the activity at the start of the video.
Please note that in the hardest worksheet, straws are used as well as cubes - these work in the same way, with one bundle of straws representing one group of ten.
If you have completed the worksheet, you may wish to have a go at completing the loop below - match the numbers up with their sticks and bricks like dominos. You might even want to make your own!
You may wish to use the website shown earlier in the week, or the alternative you used at home, to help you work out the extension task.
Today the focus is on understanding numbers in both digit and word form - there are a number of activities for you to have a go at, as well as a word bank to help you! Start by watching the presentation and then choose your worksheet - either numbers to 10 or numbers to 20.
After you have completed the worksheet, if you want to try something else there are other activities below for you to choose between - an online game, a wordsearch and an activity matching words with their digits and representations. The link to the site used earlier in the week has been added in case you'd like to use that to help you.
As Friday is our day for key skills, this week there is an arithmetic test focusing on addition and subtraction - the focus on this is accuracy. If you need to use a number line or counting on fingers to help you, that's fine, but try to make sure you're paying attention to what sign is being used each time to avoid making silly mistakes. If you're confident in your adding and subtracting, then work on your speed as well as your accuracy.
After you have completed the test, have a go at the games below. Choose either addition or subtraction on the first game - the questions will use key vocabulary, so ask a grown up if you're not sure. The second game looks at ordering and sequencing. You'll be able to choose the level of difficulty that you want!