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In maths, we have been busy learning everything there is to know about numbers 1-7! We have been learning to count aloud to 7, to recognise the numerals 1-7, to write the numerals as well as recognising and making shapes with 1-7 sides. We've also had some visits from our Concept Cat who has taught us about the concepts: 'after', 'same', 'different', 'more', 'less'. This will help us greatly with our number learning.

 

One of the most important things we have been learning to do is to count carefully. Here are our careful counting rules:

1. We say the numbers in the right order (1, 2, 3, 4)

2. We say one number for each object as we point to it

3. The last number we say is how many are there (e.g. '1 banana, 2 bananas, 3 bananas, 4 bananas... there are 4 bananas'

4. We count each number slowly

 

We watched Numberblock 7. Here is the episode we watched: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08pgqt4/numberblocks-series-2-seven

 

Don't forget to keep checking Tapestry too as Mrs Sutton and Miss O'Brien will be posting daily maths videos smiley

CBeebies | Numberblocks | Number Seven Song

Learn all about the number seven with our friend Numberblock Seven from CBeebies Numberblocks!

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7 days in a week!

In Numberblocks 7 episode, we learn that there are 7 days in a week. Can you name the days in order? Join in with the song!

For an added challenge, you might like to make a timetable for your week. Write the days of the week (with support from a grown-up) and draw a picture of what you will do on each day. Or you might like to record the weather next to each day!

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Let's Count to 20

Follow the actions and count to 20!...

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Let's Count up to Ten - Counting Song

One of our favourites! Can you join in with counting forwards and backwards to 10? For an added challenge... can you join in with the counting and show the numbers with your fingers too?!

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