Ladybirds Home Learning 08.06.2020
We’re going to explore the number 15 this week! Each day we will be exploring something else that relates to the number 15! Today, we want you to explore how many ways you can make the number 15 using only addition!
For example 12+3= 15. You can use 15 toys to help you! Can you find three or even more numbers that equal 15? For example 3+3+9=15? Remember to practise writing your number sentences down neatly, remembering where to place your + and = sign!
Watch or read the story of ‘The Gingerbread Man’. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U89dkGrsYZY
Can you retell the story?
Now think about the first half of the story
The Gingerbread Man is made
The Gingerbread man escapes
Someone chases the Gingerbread Man
Draw a picture to represent the first 3 scenes in the story. Underneath each picture write as much as you can retelling the story. This is your version of the story, so you can change it in any way you wish, such as introducing different characters.
You may present your story in a booklet if you wish or draw some boxes on a large sheet of paper, one for each picture. Next week we will finish the story so make sure you leave enough room for 3 more pages or boxes.
Remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Use your phonics to help you with your spellings.
Can you find out what eye colour is the most popular in your house?
What eye colour was the least popular in your house?
Today we are going to continue exploring the number 15! Can you explore how many ways you can make the number 15 using only subtraction! For example 20-5= 15. You can use pasta, numicon etc
What would you need to takeaway from 20 to get 15?
Remember to practise writing your number sentences down neatly, remembering where to place your - and = sign!
How many ways can you make 15 by taking away? E.G 20-5