Monday 1st February -session 1Have a go at exploring the composition of numbers to 5. Place a group of teddies or toys on the bed. Place another group of teddies in a different place, such as on the floor. How many teddies are in each group? How many teddies do you have altogether?
Tuesday 2nd February -session 2Use 2 plates to explore the composition of numbers to 5 Place some of your buttons on one plate and the rest on another plate. How many buttons are on each plate? How many buttons do you have altogether? What if you used 3 plates?
Wednesday 3rd February -session 3Can you draw somewhere for the frogs to play? You might draw a pond, a log and some grass like me. Or you could draw a train with 3 carriages, a park or a jungle. Cut out the frogs and arrange them in different groups on your picture. There are 5 frogs altogether but how many frogs can you spot in each group?
Thursday 4th February -session 4Gather together a collection of up to 5 objects. Hide some of them in a bag or box, leaving the rest of your objects on the floor where you can see them. How many objects can you see? How many of your objects must be hidden in the bag?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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