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Good morning everyone, we hope you enjoyed yesterdays activity. We saw some brilliant photos that you'd put onto Tapestry.

 

Today's lesson is the same activity for everyone! If you look at the starter activity and video and then complete your own table into your book (you may need a grown up to help you with your ruler). As yesterday, you can pick which numbers you do but we would like to see at least 4 different numbers between 1 and 20.

Mrs Capper modelling today’s maths activity

Still image for this video

Can you look at the items below and find the things that do not represent the number six. Can you write these in your book?

 

Can you trick a grown up in your house? Can you find some objects in your house to represent the number 9 but can your grown ups spot the odd one out.

For example:

 

smileysmileysmiley

smileysmileysmiley

 

 

cheekycheekycheeky

cheekycheeky

 

 

cryingcryingcrying

cryingcryingcrying

 

 

The middle emoji with the sticking out tongue is the odd one out because there are only 5 and the others have 6.

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