In Maths we will be looking at time. We will begin by identifying the different times of the day such as: early morning, lunch time, late afternoon and evening. We will use our daily routines to understand at what times these happen to O'clock and half past the hour.
Here are a few web links and videos to help you at home.
For the rest of the half term we will be looking at the 2, 5 and 10 times table. We will be learning how to recite them by heart, how to show the answer using different objects and answering word problems. Once we have become multiplication experts we are going to try and divide!
Please look at the links below to help you at home.
I have attached a copy of the Learn by Heart multiplication sheet we did earlier in the year which might help you.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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