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Monday Independent work

Having learnt about pictograms where 1 picture represents 1 item last week, now we will explore drawing pictograms where 1 picture represents 2, 5 or 10 items, using our knowledge of counting in those steps.  The key learning point is that a simple will need to be split to represent half the amount.

Please see below for the video to recap or catch up the learning from the zoom.

We have then included the worksheet or practical activity for you to complete.

White Rose video - Draw Pictograms (2, 5 & 10)

Practical activity

Please see below for some extra problem solving challenges, including collecting your own data for a pictogram.
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