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You could write something like:
For today’s learning we are going to be comparing length. Length is how long something is. Have a look at today’s video to find out more by clicking here.
We’ve got some more super maths words for you to use during today’s activity:
For today’s activity you are going to need some longer “snakes” (e.g. pieces of string/ribbon/play dough/shoe laces) of different lengths (at least three). You are also going to need some small objects that are all the same length (e.g. pasta pieces, paperclips). Lay your “snakes” out on a table. Then, use your small pieces to measure how long they are. Have a look at the picture below for an example:
How many of the small pieces did you need to measure each “snake”? Remember to count them carefully!
Once you’ve measured them, can you use the super maths words to compare your snakes?
To simplify this activity focus on using two towers rather than three at first, making a clear distinction between the tallest and the shortest.
Once you’ve tried this practically, why don’t you have a go at drawing some snakes of different lengths? How can you compare them? Can you use our super maths words?
If you are able to, have a look at the shoes/shoe sizes of the people in your household. Can you compare the length of their feet/footprints? Remember to use our super maths words!
We are going to have another think about the Frog Prince for today’s PE lesson. We’re going to start off by moving like a frog. Can you remember how frogs move around? They jump! You’ll need to make sure you’re in a space for this activity, as you’ll be doing lots of jumping around!
For our second activity today, we are going to pretend that we are going to the wedding of the Prince and Princess. We are going to listen to some music that you might hear at a ball. We would love you to come up with some different ways that you could move to the music. If you’re a little bit stuck for ideas, we’ve put some examples of ways that you could move below:
Please send us some examples of your dancing, we would love to see them!