How did you do with your multiplication facts yesterday?
Did you manage to draw your pictures that matched the multiplication facts?
Today you are going to be looking for patterns in the two times table.
Today I would like you to log in to Oxford Owl and choose a non fiction book.
Once you have chosen your book and have read it I would like you to write a review and share with your friends on here. Don't forget to include the book title in the review!!pyear1
The children have to be able to compare, describe and solve practical problems for
mass and weight.
Collect some objects from around your house and compare their weights in your hands.
Which is heavier?
Can you make a chart to record your findings?
What objects did you use?
Does bigger always mean heavier??
Can you make your own scales? Have a look at the images below for some ideas. Looking forward to seeing your creations.
Use your scales to check some of your objects weight. Were you right with which one was heavier or lighter?