This week we have been learning to find missing numbers in a sequence. We had to look for different clues such as identifying the steps we were counting in, the number that is smaller and the number that is bigger. Here are a couple of examples: 14, 15, 16, 17, ..., 19, 20. 4, 6, ..., 10, 12, 14. Perhaps you could try some of these at home? We have also been practising our number formation. Can you write the numerals 0 - 9?
On Friday we learnt about the solar eclipse and we went outside to explore how dark and cold it became at our school when the moon eclipsed the sun. We used viewfinders to watch how the shape of the sun changed as the moon moved in front of it. We also learnt that to stay safe we must never look at the sun.
We have also been learning more about addition. When adding two numbers together we practised putting the bigger number in our heads and counting on. Why don't you have a go at home?