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Remember, that you also need to do at least 15 minutes of mental maths per day on Sumdog:

https://www.sumdog.com/user/sign_in?to=%2Femails

Resources will be posted underneath the list of tasks (they won’t all be there straight away).  Please complete the tasks on the sheet then email to me.

If you are stuck you can log on to teams and post a message in the Team Chat or email me directly.

My email address:

Obrienc25@hwbmail.net

Week Beginning:  20th April 2020

 

 

 

Learning Objective

Mental Maths (15 mins)

Explanation

Task

Monday

Complete Big Maths Sheets

Speedy doubling – start with 7.

Keep doubling.

See how far you can get in 2 minutes

 

  1. Fill the answers in on the sheets:
  2. 1. Learn Its – time yourself if you can

2. CLIC – take as long as you need

Tuesday

To recap using partitioning for multiplication

Speedy doubling. Start with 27. See how far you can get in 2 minutes

When multiplying a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number, partition the 3-digit number then multiply all parts by the 1-digit number.

 

See the examples on the sheet

Answer the questions on the sheet and send it back to me.

Wednesday

To use grid method for multiplication

Halving & Doubling:

Half 832

Double 239

Half 784

Double 396

Half 946

Look at the PowerPoint and the examples on the sheet to help you

Fill in the answers on the sheet and email it to me

Thursday

To use grid method for multiplication

Practise 9 and 7 times tables

Exactly the same as the work we did yesterday but now you will be multiplying 3 or 4 digit numbers by a 1-digit number

Fill in the answers on the sheet and email it to me

Friday

To begin to use formal methods of multiplication

Extra SumDog time!

Look at the PowerPoint and the examples on the sheet to help you

Fill in the answers on the sheet and email it to me

Week Beginning:  30th March 2020

 

 

 

Learning Objective

Mental Maths

Explanation

Task

Monday

Complete Big Maths Sheets

Speedy doubling – start with 7.

Keep doubling.

See how far you can get in 2 minutes

 

  1. Fill the answers in on the sheets:
  2. 1. Learn Its – time yourself if you can

2. CLIC – take as long as you need

Tuesday

To recap common multiplication and division facts

Speedy doubling. Start with 13. See how far you can get in 2 minutes

These are common times tables and the associated divisions that you need to know

Answer the questions on the sheet and send it back to me.

Wednesday

To recap using bus stop method for division

Halving & Doubling:

Half 134

Double 87

Half 368

Double 269

Half 576

There is a PowerPoint (below this table) to recap the strategy

Answer the questions on the sheet and send it back to me.

Thursday

To use bus stop method for division with remainders

Practise 9 and 12 times tables

There is a PowerPoint (below this table) to recap the bus stop method. 

This work is the same as yesterday but this time there is likely to be a remainder.

Answer the questions on the sheet and send it back to me.

Friday

To use partitioning for multiplication

Extra SumDog time!

When multiplying a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number, partition the 2-digit number then multiply both parts by the 1-digit number.

 

See the examples on the sheet

Answer the questions on the sheet and send it back to me.

Week Beginning:   23rd March 2020

 

 

Learning Objective

Mental Maths

Explanation

Task

Monday

Complete Big Maths Sheets

Speedy doubling – start with 7.

Keep doubling.

See how far you can get in 2 minutes

 

  1. Fill the answers in on the sheets:
  2. 1. Learn Its – time yourself if you can
  3. 2. CLIC – take as long as you need

Tuesday

To consolidate my understanding of perimeter

Practise your 8 and 9 times table

Remember, perimeter is the distance around the edge of a shape. You need to add all of the sides together but you may need to work out some missing sides first.

Complete the worksheet on the sheet then email it to me. Show your workings out.

Wednesday

To understand how to calculate the area of squares and rectangles

Halving and doubling:

Half of 96

Double 84

Half of 78

Double 98

Half of 256

Area is the amount of space inside a shape. It is measured in units squared (units²) and is calculated by multiplying the height by the width.

Look at the area PowerPoint.

Answer the questions on the sheet, showing your workings out, then email it to me

Thursday

To understand how to calculate the area of compound shapes

Mental addition and subtraction:

25 + 42

76 – 32

47 + 35

58 – 36

69 + 58

A compound shape is a shape that looks like two regular shapes stuck together. You will need to calculate the area in more than one stage.

Look at the 'Area of Compound Shapes' PowerPoint.

Complete the worksheet on the sheet then email it to me. Show your workings out.

Friday

To understand how to calculate the area of triangles

Ordering negative numbers:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?a=activity04

The area of a triangle is calculated by multiplying the height by the width and dividing by 2

Look at the 'Area of a triangle' PowerPoint.

Complete the worksheet on the sheet then email it to me. Show your workings out.

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