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Week Beginning: 7th December


This week in Maths we will be learning the number 5. Start by listening to the story of Kipper's Birthday: How old is Kipper? Can you count the candles?

Next, have a go at singing 1,2,3,4,5 once I caught a fish alive, have a try at showing the correct number of fingers to represent each number in the song. Can you show 5 in different ways using your fingers (for example, you may have 4 fingers up on one hand and 1 on the other), how many different ways can you show 5?

One of your activities this week is to order the numbers 1 to 5, can you then match the correct amount of objects to each numeral? Take a photo to record your work and perhaps you can upload this to Tapestry.

Another activity we would like you to try is to find one more and one less of numbers. Use a five frame:


Pick a number to represent and put an object in each box. Then take one away to find one less, how many do you have? Or add an object to find one more, how many do you have?

Then have a go at recording your findings using this table:

For more videos about the number 5 and different activities go to:

Week beginning: 23rd November


This week in Maths we are learning about positional language, visit the White Rose website: click on session 5 and watch the video. This will teach you about positional language and the vocabulary we can use to describe where an object is. Then have a go at this activity:



Week of 9th November 


This week in Math's we are learning to combine smaller numbers to make the numbers 1, 2 and 3.  For example you can make 3 using 3 ones or by adding one and two. Here are some activities that you can do to practise. You can also find a video here: and we are looking at session 3.

Week of 2nd November 

1, 2, 3


Listen to the story of Goldilocks, how many bears are in the story? How many bowls, chairs and beds? Can you count them? 


Now, have a go at writing the numbers 1, 2, and 3. Can you do the correct amount of claps, jumps, hops, nods?

Can you find the correct amount of objects to match to the numerals? See an example below, and follow this link for a video of the lesson: