Today we carried out two mode of transport surveys in Folkestone. The first was about road traffic including cars, lorries, buses, bicycles, taxis and more. The other survey involved us counting the boats, ships and aeroplanes we saw in a set amount of time.
In maths this morning we have been learning the months of the year and their order. We used our birth days (both months and dates) to put ourselves in a timeline.
We have been learning about shapes in Owls and we use the analogy of a spider, Spike, so we can picture all the different directions she can travel along a particular shape. We have been looking at 1D, 2D and 3D shapes. During one lesson this week we got challenged to use the 3D shape … Continue reading
As part of our Data and Measure lessons this term we are continuing to work with money. We worked with partners today to buy and sell items of shopping. We had to work out which denominations of coins we could use together to make our purchases, and then swap the coins for the items. It … Continue reading
Mrs Abed is studying for a degree in Childhood Studies at Canterbury Christ Church University, and as part of this she has developed a board game for children to play and learn from. She has taken one of the objectives from the new maths national curriculum and developed a game where children win money, using coins … Continue reading
We enjoyed making repeating patterns in Maths Makes Sense. We used different objects in the garden and classroom!