Playing to Learn

In Room 13 we love playing games to help with our learning.

We are learning lots of maths games to help us with our counting, subitizing, making groups, adding up to 10 and how to balance Cuisenaire rods to build a structure. Playing games together means we are practising and developing our new maths skills. Some of us have learnt a new skill and we didn’t even realise it until Miss Woodcock pointed it out.

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Caterpillar Counting

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Building our Names

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Bingo

We are also learning how to work together in groups. It isn’t always easy having to share the games but we are getting very good at it and are finding it a lot more fun to play with a friend or three.

Some of us are becoming great leaders and helpers to our classmates.

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Making 10 with Dice

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Domino Counting

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Counting and Making Patterns

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Construction Practice

We are also learning to make our own choices - Miss Woodcock puts up a list of activities and we get to choose which ones we want to do.

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More Monster Matching

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Monster Match

Counting and Making Patterns