Reception Home Learning – Maths (3.02.21)

Hello everyone and happy Wednesday to you all! Let’s warm up with a dancing and counting song…

Now you have warmed up your number brains, I am excited to learn about the number 5 today and explore ways to make this number. Please enjoy the video and then try to complete the bronze, silver and gold challenge – I am really interested to see if you can complete them all!!!! :D

If you are these children, we would like you to click on the link below and watch the video called ‘Session 4’, and then complete the activity. 
RRed- Fatima, Ziyaan, Antonio
RWhite- Shaheer, Warizah, Aqsa, Aylah
RBlue- Rehman, Haseeb A, Hassanati, Emaan
It’s Me 1, 2, 3! – Week 1 | White Rose Maths

Number bonds to 5


Task: Use items from home to explore different ways to make 5. Make a video like Mrs Carter and upload it to your class link below.


Task: Using circles, complete the number bonds to 5 and write the number sentences.


Task: Read the number bond stories and complete the number sentences.

Please upload your work on you class link:

Reception Red – Click Here

Reception Blue – Click Here

Reception White – Click Here


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    • I really enjoyed watching your video, well done Kayla. To improve you can tell mum what you are doing e.g. “I am adding 5 to 0”. Keep talking your Maths and you will gain even more. 🙂

    • Well done Sulaiman you have some really good number sentences – how did you work it out? In Maths it is always best to show your workings, which is why Mrs Carter always draws hers – can you draw yours too? Have fun with Maths. 🙂

    • We have received your handwriting work. Please could you re-send your Maths work. We have had some work not uploading, so we really appreciate your patience. Thank you in advance. 🙂

    • Well done, your silver challenge looks great. How many ways are there to make 5? Continue to access your home learning everyday to gain even more. 🙂

    • Super work Adam! I like how you used your cars to help you find different ways of making 5. If I had 6 cars, which sum would you do?