In our main lesson on number patterns, Class Two has taken to the hammer and nail and accurately nails twelve b-nails into a wooden square. This circle of nails has been the structure in which many number patterns have been explored as wool is wound around certain nails to visualise skip counting. These shapes have included tru=iangles, squares, hexagons, and stars, which have been transposed onto paper. We have also look at the number patterns and skip counting on horizontal number lines. Next, we will apply this knowledge to worded problems such as “If Pat sols each pumpkin for $6.00, how much would he make if he sold pumpkins?”