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Welcome to my blog. It is updated weekly with pictures and projects from our homeschool - maybe you can find something to inspire you :) I have a (no longer updated) materials page elsewhere on my website and will, occasionally, post my homemade materials in this blog.

I'm married to Tim (delivery driver and gorgeous musician), have 2 daughters, live on the south coast of the UK and have 1 aging cat (Hemmingway or Hemmy for short). I love reading, yoga, crafts, baking, daft old comedies, music and teaching.

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Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Work update!

Very quick tonight because I'm off to watch Springwatch very soon! Here, I'm finally posting the pics from Rosie's number patterns work plus some of April's ladybird maths and also something April did today with the continents pictures :)

Number patterns first:

Using a 100 board to work out number sequences

 

I made some cardboard number tiles to build Pascal's Triangle

 

 

 

 

 

We cut out some graph paper and wrote the numbers on the squares to create a stick-in-book version of the triangle we'd made

 

 

 

Next, April's ladybird maths :) She did odd and even using a maths mat (from Math Wire I believe) and some black counters, then recorded her results for her book

 

She also did some adding up

 

 

 

Finally, today, April got out the continents map and pictures and sorted the pictures out under the correct puzzle piece

 

Then, she chose Europe to draw a couple of the animals and trace the puzzle piece in her book (she made me right Wild European Rabbit because "it's tooooo long!" *laughs*

Finally, she put some of the cards onto our big world map

Next, we're going to have a bit of a frog theme going on :) .... and that, as they say, is that! Sorry it's very short on words - off to watch telly now!

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Categories: Cultural, Maths
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