Number bonds and Times Tables Practice

Show your understanding of numbers and number bonds and have fun on these web links:

Understand place value

Show numbers using dienes

Place value basketball

Place value shark game

Show numbers using place value arrow cards and dienes

Place numbers on a number line

Compare numbers on a number line

Can you answer questions like 8 x 4 is… or what’s 40 divided by 8 in less than 5 seconds?

Practice your number facts such as your 3, 4 and 8 times tables (when you are completely confident with your 2, 5 and 10 times tables) on ‘Hit the Button’ by clicking on the link below:

Hit the Button

You could also go to the Learning @ Home section through the ‘Parents’ tab on our school website and go on Times Tables Rockstars.

⏰ Tell the time ⏰

Last year, you should have learned how to tell the time to quarter of an hour at least, as this photo shows:

Check you can do this at least, then revise telling it to 5 minutes, e.g. 6:20 or 1:55.

This half term, we will be reading it to the nearest minute, e.g. 4:21 or 12:03.

Today, we also discussed a.m (ante meridian ~ before midday or before noon) and p.m. (post meridian ~ after midday or after noon). Is 12:00 midnight a.m. or p.m…?

Explore time with the interactive clocks by clicking on the links:

Interactive clock

Interactive Clock 2

Tell the time 1

Roman numerals clock

History Detectives at Aston Hall

On Friday 1st April, we visited the historic Aston Hall. We had a fantastic guide called Katie who helped us learn while we explored this beautiful local building. We became history detectives, discovering different kinds of rooms and looking at objects/artefacts from the past to work out what they were for. Take a look at the photos. Try to name the rooms and what you saw and learnt in each one. 

Time Travelling Historical Hysterics with Professor McGinty

On Thursday 24th March, we had a fantastically fun time revisiting our learning about the Ancient Egyptians and discovering some new strange facts! The energetic and hilarious Professor McGinty helped us travel back in time and learn what it must have been like at that time.

Find out more from his webpage: (Latest version of Flash Player required)

Professor McGinty’s Ancient Egyptians webpage

Times Tables Practice

Can you answer questions like 8 x 4 is… or what’s 40 divided by 8 in less than 5 seconds?

Practice your number facts such as your 3, 4 and 8 times tables (when you are completely confident with your 2, 5 and 10 times tables) on ‘Hit the Button’ by clicking on the link below:

Hit the Button

You could also go to the Learning @ Home section through the ‘Parents’ tab on our school website and go on Times Tables Rockstars.