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Fun with shape and symmetry in year 1

Posted on: 06 Oct 2014 by Weston Green School | Category: Key Stage 1, Year 1

This week we have been having lots of fun in maths as we have become investigators of shapes! We have made patterns, sorted shapes, found lines of symmetry and identified all the different sorts of shapes we can see in the classroom. The children enjoyed using Venn Diagrams to sort a variety of shapes and worked well as a group to solve the different challenges they faced. They were very excited to make their own symmetrical butterflies which have now brightened up the classrooms and this obviously inspired Thomas from 1W’s butterflies to make an appearance as we now have three real life butterflies visiting 1W! A fun practical week of maths that has had the children questioning and experimenting with a range of exciting tasks.

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