One to one correspondence
We practised and problem solved using the skill of one to one correspondence through a game of bowls and biscuits. We rolled a dice to tell us how many bowls we needed and then again to tell us how many biscuits we had. We had to spot whether the had 'enough' bowls and biscuits. The children problem solved how to make the number equal by either adding biscuits or taking away bowls.
Counting and representing number in Maths
We had such a fun, practical Maths lesson today by building our number lines independently. The children had to build their numbers going forward and show the value of each number.
This week we looked at line and how lines are everywhere. We explored different types of line and how line can come together to form biomorphic and geometric shapes. We then looked at the artists Piet Mondrian. Inspired by his style we captured the lines on a Horsforth map. We listened to Boogie Woogie music inspired by Mondrian. The children had great time!