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I am so impressed to hear how well you have been using the language of more and fewer to compare sets of objects. We are going to continue to consolidate our knowledge on this today.


To begin, have a look at the pictures below. Ask an adult to read each question to you and then discuss your answer. 



I have uploaded a more and less colouring activity from Twinkl below. If you have access to a printer and want to print this activity off to complete then please feel free to do so. If you do not have access to a printer please do not worry. I have seen some people in the past open a document on their tablet and colour in their answers on the tablet. Or alternatively, use practical counting objects to represent the items in each question. For example, the first question shows 1 butterfly and then 2 butterflies and asks which group has more. You might not have butterflies to hand at home but that does not matter. We know at school that we can use other objects to represent the butterflies. For example, you could use sweets as butterflies, place one sweet one side and two the other and then decide which group has more. 


Any questions please just shout and keep up the super work identifying more/fewer.

Twinkl - More or Less Colouring Activity