I hope you had a good weekend and managed to play in the snow. We have seen some lovely photos of some of you playing in the snow, sent through class dojo’s. Thank you.
Have a good week, keep in touch and stay safe.
In today's lesson we are going to continue to compare number sentences. Watch the teaching slide with your child. They will continue to use language such as ‘greater than’, ‘less than’, and ‘equal to’ to compare addition and subtraction number sentences to a number. Children may use real items to help them see the number sentence. Help your child to write down their answer to question 1 on the worksheet and use items in your house to complete the rest of the questions in a practical way. Work through the remaining questions together with your child using any items in the house.
Help your child by using any items to support the following questions-What do we mean by the word ‘greater’?
What do we mean by the term ‘less’?
__ + __ is greater than, less than or equal to __ (eg 3+4 is greater than 2 or 3+4>2)
Which is greater, __ + __ or __ ?
What method did you use? (use real items in your home to help your child work out the addition number sentence first to then help them to compare the amounts.
What number could go in the box?
We had arranged to join a zoom author visit with Suzannah Lloyd, based on her book 'The Terribly Friendly Fox'. As children are mostly learning at home, this is now streamed through the following locations.
LLP YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIrO7ZVnaXkvNXvX5OaVqtQ
LLP Twitter Account (via Periscope): https://www.twitter.com/LLPartnership
LLP Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/liverpoollearningpartnership
Each session will be hosted by a member of Liverpool Learning Partnership staff and comments will be monitored and moderated.
We hope you enjoy the session.