Using the online resource from yesterday, look at lots of ways of making tens and ones by choosing a number and encouraging your child to make it, either by using the online resource or by grouping objects into groups of tens and ones. Remember to continue to practise your daily count to 50 using Jack Hartman.
Today we would like you to test some materials from around your home to see which is waterproof.
Watch the powepoint to give you some ideas and to see how you can test the materials.
You will need a small piece of foil, cling film, greasproof paper, some fabric - a tea towel or any small piece of fabric will do and if you have it some tissue paper. You can use paper cups or plastic cups to stretch the materials over and some elastic bands. Don't worry if you do not have all the above you may be able to use a different material around the home.
Make sure you do the worksheet first before you become scientists as that is all about predicting what will happen!
We would love to see some photographs on seesaw of your investigation!
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