## January 20th 2014

We have just finished a unit of work focusing on number. As a final consolidation homework the children have 2 two-digit numbers to add by partitioning and some subtractions by counting back in 1s and 10s along a number line. The children are all growing in confidence at using informal written methods independently and we will continue to build on this again later in the term.

## November 4th 2013

We are coming the end of our unit on Shape, Space and Measure. A final homework is measuring length in centimetres. The children need to draw the characters from Golidlocks and the Three Bears different heights according to the instructions. There are then some questions them to answer about what they have drawn.

## October 28th 2013

Your Homework this week is to practice your 2 x tables using your knowledge of doubling and halving. Please complete a small amount of the booklet each day and hand it back once you are finished. It does not have to be completed by this Friday however new homework will be issued the following Monday.

## October 21st 2013

Look at the different animals in the zoo. Can you cut and stick them into the right column? Now try to answer the questions on the next page.

## October 14th 2013

Look at the word problems, what calculations do you need to solve the problem? Can you give your answer in pence? Challenge yourself; which coins would you use to make that amount?

## October 7th 2013

Can you name and describe the different 3D shapes using the language from last week; faces, edges and corners?

## September 23rd 2013__ __

Please complete the doubling worksheet with your child and then have a go at working out the near doubles!

The second activity is working out halves by crossing out the objects if needed. Continue to the challenge if you feel up to it and find half of numbers 10 - 20. Can you record the half in the form of a number equation?

The second activity is working out halves by crossing out the objects if needed. Continue to the challenge if you feel up to it and find half of numbers 10 - 20. Can you record the half in the form of a number equation?