We shared amounts equally into groups, as part of our mathematics learning.....
We enjoyed playing skittles with our friends. We wrote down how many we knocked over.......
We enjoy reading words, sentences and books in different areas in our classrooms........
We measured the heights of different toys in our classroom. We estimated how many cubes tall we thought it might be and then counted to see if our estimate was correct.......
We have grouped objects to count how many we have altogether. We talked about whether to group them in 2s, 5s or 10s depending on how many we could have. After grouping them we counted them to find the total number of objects we had. It was a challenge......
We loved making up games to play with our friends. We decided on how to play the games and the rules involved. We even tried playing our games following the rules......
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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