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W/c 9th November

Monday 9th November



Today we are consolidating our knowledge of composition of 1 ,2 and 3. Your task today is to use the methods that we have been learning about to show to various ways to make the numbers 1, 2 and 3 . You can write it out in a number sentence - 1+2=3. or you could draw it out 



You could draw numicon to represent it. 

You can use physical objects.

You could use your fingers.

You could draw different coloured counters in a five frame. 





Tuesday 10th November

Today we would like you to look at some fact files of different animals (please see the link below to Chester Zoos website where there are some to download).

What features of fact files can you see? Do they have titles? Information? Photographs? Drawings? Cartoons? Jokes?

Talk with your grownups about all the features of a fact file that are the same. We will need to know what to include in our Owl Fact file on Thursday.

Wednesday 11th November

Today we are having an Owl-er-ific learning day. We are going to be creating lots of things all to do with owls. Why don't you try a few and add them to Learning Book. See the pictures below for some inspiration and ideas.

Thursday 12th November

Today we are going to write our own Fact file on Owls.

You must include a Title, Picture (or printed photograph) and at least three key bits of information about owls.

This could be:

- where they live,

- what they eat,

- what features they have,

- how they move,

- when do they hunt,

- why they have sharp claws.

Please see the sound mat below to help you work on your sounds independently.