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Maths

Maths in the Early Years is based on using practical equipment to learn concepts about number, measure, shape and space.

When learning at home use everyday opportunities to recognise numerals (door numbers on walks, numbers in books, page numbers and even clothes and shoe sizes), count objects, counting claps/ stamps of feet and finding shapes in the home environment.

Use your personalised log in (in your child's reading record) to access the Numbots website.

The topmarks website has excellent online games to support learning.

Don't forget to complete maths learning tasks in the Learning library- log on (bottom right of this screen).

 

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Number Challenges

Week beginning 23/03/20-Jumping game- Count how many jumps you can do in 30 seconds (use a grown ups phone to help with this). Try 2 more more times what the most amount of jumps? What was the least? 

Week beginning 30/03/20-

Reception- Using practical equipment in your home experiment with all the different ways you can make 10/ 20. Eg 5 spoons and 5 spoons make 10 spoons.

Nursery- Number spotting- Can you find numbers in your home? Look closely where are numbers are hiding. Could they be hiding on your tv remote? Where else can you find them?

Upload a photograph/video of your number work on Seesaw, Tapestry, your blog (log in to access) or email to edinburgh@cinnamonbrow.org.uk , dublin@cinnamonbrow.org.uk or london@cinnamonbrow.org.uk to show your teacher what you have been up to.

Shape Challenges

Week beginning 23/03/20-Go for a walk see what shapes you can spot in your environment, talk to your grown up about what properties of the shapes are. 

Week beginning 30/03/20-

Reception- Which 3d shapes can you find in your home? Eg toilet roll- cylinder/ cereal box- cuboid. Can you talk about the shapes?

Nursery- Can you find 2d shapes in your home? Square- cushions/ circle- washing machine door.

Upload a photograph/video of your shape work on Seesaw, Tapestry, your blog (log in to access) or email to edinburgh@cinnamonbrow.org.uk , dublin@cinnamonbrow.org.uk or london@cinnamonbrow.org.uk to show your teacher what you have been up to.

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