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Week Beginning 18th May


White Rose Maths - this week the children will be learning about measures - weight, length and height.


The Classroom Secrets worksheets which link with the White Rose Maths are below. They pack includes English activities as well.

Hamilton Trust - symmetry

You can also look for symmetry in buildings, gates, fences and flowers when you are out and about or in the garden. Draw round objects - such as lego pieces and jam jar lids and then try to fold them in half. Do they fit together perfectly? Are they symmetrical?

Week Beginning 11th May


White Rose Maths - this week you will be learning about addition and subtraction including word problems. White Rose maths are no longer providing free worksheets but, BBC Bitesize and Classroom Secrets are providing resources which are linked. This weeks resources are attached below.

Week Beginning 4th May


White Rose Maths - This week there are lots of different activities to try - number bonds, part whole models and finding missing numbers



Hamilton Trust - measuring

Week Beginning 27th April


Here are some maths resources you can try this week.


White Rose Maths - This week the children will be learning about halves and quarters.


Oak National Academy


Hamilton Trust

Week beginning 20th April


White Rose - doubling, grouping and sharing and halving.

Week 2 - 30th March

The White Rose website has free maths lessons with powerpoints and activity sheets for each year group. Last week Year 1 were learning about weight and mass and this week the focus is capacity. Remember work can be done in your child's exercise book rather than on the worksheets.


Hamilton Trust are also providing maths home learning plans and activities for parents to follow.

Numberblocks is a great programme to embed maths skills. You can watch it on BBC iplayer 



smileyPractise counting to 100. Make sure you know what comes after 29, 39, 49 etc. That's the tricky bit. Once you've mastered it, try counting backwards across these boundaries. For example, can you count backwards from 63 to 53?


smiley Ask a grown up for some coins. Can you recognise them all? Set up a shop and practise buying items with the correct coin.  Find lots of different ways of making the same amount of money. For example, how many ways can you make 10p. Remember there is no 3p or 6p coin!


smiley Tell the time to the hour and half past.