My head looks so small today and my legs don’t look that long in the mirror. What’s going on?
I’m going to make yet another omelette.
Is it going to be a larger or a smaller omelette?
Is it going to be the same size as the one I made yesterday?
How do you know?
Am I using more, fewer or the same quantity of eggs?
So how many eggs am I going to crack into this omelette?
Can you tell at a glance?
What other strategy could you use to find out how many?
I’m going to use all these eggs.
How many will that be altogether?
How many eggs would I need to make another omelette?
I’ve eaten 2 segments of satsuma; I’ve taken some away.
Do the gaps make it easier to remember where you started counting how many segments are left?
How would you explain why this is?
You’ve been thinking about distance from the target for your game.
Now think about what works best for you to throw. Which works better here do you think; a dry teabag or a wet teabag?
Step even further away from your target. Do you think you could still score a goal from here?
Thinking about how you’ve been measuring, estimate how far away you are from the target.
You have worked out how many oranges I needed for one glass of juice so how many would I need for a second glass of the same size?
Use your thinking from yesterday to calculate how many oranges I squeezed for my juice.
How many eggs did we use for our tortilla?
How do you know? How did you work out your answer?