This lesson moves onto children interpreting the data in a pictogram. They build on yesterday's learning by recognising that the symbols in the pictogram can represent one piece of data, 5 or even 10. They are asked lots of questions which ask them to compare the data presented by answering questions that ask them to recognise fewer and more than-terms they should be familiar with from prior learning. The teaching video takes you through the different steps the children will take as they build up to achieving the new objective. The video includes worked examples as well as questions for the children to have a go at and discuss with an adult. Use the video at the pace your child needs it and keep stopping and starting when you need too. Any work from the examples on the video can be done in the child's book. This should hopefully give your child the confidence to then complete the first questions on the independent work. The second sheet of the independent work is problem solving and reasoning so don't feel the pressure to push your child onto these unless you feel they secure with the main objective.