Category Archives: Numeracy

Gogo’s Graphs

We have been learning how to display information using picture graphs and bar graphs this term. On Thursday we worked in pairs to make bar graphs to display information about our Gogo’s. We loved looking at all the different kinds … Continue reading

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Our Learning This Week

Jack and the Giant e-book We have now sold 76 copies of our own e-book, with all profits going to support the important work of Save the Children. In class this morning we posted on the Amazon thread to say … Continue reading

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Outdoor Numeracy Today

Today we took our Number Counts lesson outdoors to get some practise counting forward and back in the fresh air of the school courtyard. We used our Fairyland theme to count the number of times that Jack climbed from leaf … Continue reading

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Super Story Writing: Jack and the Beanstalk

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Measuring with Giant Feet

After our PE session yesterday we stayed in the gym hall to do some measuring with Giant feet! We worked with partners to measure the length of the gym, the length of a bench and the width of a door. … Continue reading

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Bean Sums

Yesterday we worked in our Numeracy groups to complete Jack and the Beanstalk themed counting tasks. The Triangles did some bean sums. The Squares counted the number of leaves that Jack leapt over as he climbed up. the beanstalk. The … Continue reading

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Counting Beans and Creating Jack’s World

  Today the Squares Numeracy group worked together in pairs to count  beans. They decided that it would be fastest to count them in twos and worked out how to arrange them to count them easily. Today we also started building the … Continue reading

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