Reception Home Learning: Shape, space and measure (25.06.21)

Let’s warm up our measure brains for today…

Today, we are going to be practicing our knowledge of distance. Watch the video below and pause to answer some of the questions. Then, try to complete the challenges!

Bronze: make a ramp and let the cars go down the ramp. Record your child talking about how far the cars went.

Silver: talk about what you see in the pictures below, using the keywords. Send us a video to your class link.

Gold: complete the reasoning challenge below.

Please upload your work to:

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66 thoughts on “Reception Home Learning: Shape, space and measure (25.06.21)

  1. Silver)
    Picture 1-The little red vehicle is close to the house and the large blue vehicle is far away.
    Picture 2-A big blue vehicle has a short distance to the house and a little red vehicle has a long distance to home.
    Thinking challenge

  2. Bronze challenge
    I have upload warizahs video
    Silver challenge
    Picture1 – the small red car is near the house and big blue car is far
    Picture 2- big blue car is near the house and small red car is far warizah discussed this with me

  3. 1- The Car πŸš—A is longest distance from the garage .
    2- The car πŸš™ B is middle distance.
    3- The car 🚘 C is shortest distance from the garage.

  4. (Bronze)
    I have uploaded the video.

    (Silver)
    Picture 1- The small red car is near to the house and the big blue car is far away.
    Picture 2- A big blue car has a short distance to the house and a small red car has a long distance to home.

    Reasoning challenge

    1) a 2) c 3) b

  5. Gold
    A is the longest distance from the garage
    B is the the middle distance from the garage
    C is the shortest distance from the garage

  6. Gold challenge
    Car A is the furthest from the garage.
    Car B is near to the garage.
    And car C is in the middle of both cars.
    I have uploaded amina work.

  7. Car A has travelled the longest distance . Car B has travelled the shortest distance because it is closer to the garage. Car C is in the middle of car A and B.

    • Brilliant Iqra you verbalised your understanding of the reasoning challenge very well.

      I loved your adding and subtraction sum work that you did.

      Have a go at writing your own sums and solving independently.

      Well done

  8. The red car 🚘is near the garage blue car πŸš—is far away from on the garage.
    The blue car πŸš—is near the garage red car 🚘is far away from on the garage.
    Ibrahim send the video.

    • Elim I loved how you explained the reasoning question, speaking in clear sentences.

      If you have car’s have a go at making a ramp to see which travel the furthest.

      Super Star!

  9. The red car is near to the garage
    Blue car is far away from to the garage
    In second position blue car is near to the garage
    The red car is in long distance
    In gold challenge
    B car is in very short distance
    A car is in longest distance
    C car is in middle of a and c cars distance

  10. Silver challenge Max
    picture nr1
    small red car is near to home and a large blue car is far away
    picture nr2
    a large blue car has a short distance to home and a small red car has a long distance to home
    Reasoning challenge
    a – c – b

    • I saw your video, and I watched with delight, as you are using the keywords when you talk!!! Well done Dominik, keep talking about maths and share your love of learning!

    • The small red car is near the garage and the blue car is far away from the garage .
      In the second picture the blue car is towards the garage and the red car is going away from the garage.

      Good challenge

      Car b is nearest to the garage and car c is furthest away

      • Good work Zakariyah! I like how you explained your answers. Why do you think the the blue car in pic 1 traveled the furthest?

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