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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Marvellous Maths

 

We are back to learning from home, but this time with a difference. We can now see each other in live sessions! 

It has been wonderful learning our shapes, the number three, playing instruments, singing, mark making,  learning the letters f and g and so much more! 

 

We have been learning about the 2D shapes, circle, triangle, square and rectangle.

How many sides does a rectangle have?

We hunted for shapes around our homes, when we drew around them it made the 2D shapes we have been learning.

Have you tried drawing around things to see what shape it makes?

We made the shapes out of different things from around our homes.

"A rectangle it has two long and two short sides"

We have also been practising writing our numbers. 

"Zero"

We put the correct amount of spots with each number.

How many spots would you need to draw for zero?

Flour is great fun and lets you easily write numbers and mark make on.

Play dough is good for creating all kinds of things and lots of fun.

Bike rides are great for your daily physical development.

What do you like to do?

At the end of the day, do something to relax.

Reading a book with a sibling is a lovely idea.

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