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Wednesday

Sorting objects into groups of 2

 

Look at the picture below and answer these questions: 

  • Can you remember what ‘sort’ means?
  • What objects are shown here?
  • Which item are there more of? Which item are there fewer of?
  • How could you sort them into two groups?
  • What colours are they? Is there another way to sort them?

 

 

 

Look at the picture. What can you see?
• What might the two parts be? Where could you put the two parts to make this clear?
• After deciding how to sort the parts. If these are the parts, what is the whole? And if you break them up again into two groups, what are the parts?

 

Activity: 

Can you practice sorting your counting cubes at home. How many different ways can you sort your cubes? 

Deepen: 

Practice writing these numbers in your whole part models from your learning packs. 

 

Class Dojo
  • Earhart: 599
  • Attenborough: 788
  • Lovelace: 524
  • Pankhurst: 341
  • Parks: 547
  • Owens: 50
  • Goodall: 616
  • Gandhi: 600
  • Frank: 987
  • Hawking: 585
  • Ali: 701
  • Thunberg: 532
  • Luther-King: 694
  • Kahlo: 593
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