We do alot of house sums in maths and our 2 times tables aswell and I think it is fun.
Myryn and Sophie.
Please help us to practice our maths at home. 🙂
– telling the time using o’clock, half past and quarter past
– knowing right, left, anti-clockwise and clockwise
– 2,3,5 and 10 x tables
– adding 10 to a 2 digit number e.g. 33+10 or 57+10
Yellow and Rainbow Group
– 2,5 and 10 x tables
– knowing our right and left
– adding 10 to a bundle of 10 e.g. 20 +10 or 50+10
Today we were learning how to tell the time. Our WALT was: tell the time using o’clock, half past and quarter past.
We met our target! Morgan
The wee hand shows you the hours and the big hand shows you the minutes. Craig
Quarter past is the same as 15 minutes past. Chloe
I love learning about time because I’ve forgot what I learned in P.2. Now I remember! Brooke
O’clock means the big hand is at 12 and half past means the big hand is at 6 and quarter past is the big hand at 3. Neiv
They Yellow groups target was:
Walt: measure water using the words; more than, less than and the same as.
I learned the new words and used them when I was measuring. Neel
I learned that we don’t measure water with a ruler. Sam
I learned that that the jugs could catch me out. Sometimes the tall ones held more and sometimes the fat ones held more. Tyler
I was surprised because the fat tub held more than the slim one. Ross