For Maths Owls have been using the story they read in English of Five Minutes Peace to help them partition a whole amount using a Part-Part-Whole model. Baby Large had a ‘whole’ trunk full of toys. He wanted to split them with Mrs Large into ‘parts’. So he parted them 2 ways. The children could explain what part 1 was and part 2 was and the whole.

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