The Easter Holidays!
As these two weeks are when the children would have been enjoying their holiday from school, we are giving them (and you) a break from learning!
Here are some great Maths activities, produced by the people who wrote the Maths scheme which we loosely follow.
The work in Week 1 fits so well with the Easter activities below.
A handy tip - egg boxes for 10 eggs are very rare, so cut 2 compartments off a 12 egg box to give you 10!
The children are very used to working with 10 spaces in different arrangements - we always call them 10 frames. 2 can be put together to work on the teens too.You can easily make 10 frames by drawing a grid of 5 x 2 boxes. You can draw large ones outside on the ground with chalks too!
What a strange day yesterday was, saying goodbye to you and your children mid way through a year. I'm really sorry we got a bit emotional - we're usually like that in July - we get far too attached to the children!!
For those of you who missed the last few days, I will put the letter which I sent home onto this page so that you can see what I said.
If any of you want to send photos to share (just of the children in my class), I will put them on here & we can see how you are learning at home.
Do please keep checking this page as I will continue to add to it.
Love from Mrs Cunningham x