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# Maths

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.  Please complete the tasks on the sheet, or type answers on to Word then email it to your class teacher. Alternatively, you can do the wok in your Home Learning Book, take a photograph of it and email the photo to your class teacher.

If you are stuck you can log on to Teams and post a message in the Team Chat or email your class teacher directly:

Nottingham - staceyr18@hwbmail.net

Lionel - Obrienc25@hwbmail.net

All of the children have been put in to maths groups with a colour band (this was shown on their maths books).  Children should complete the work for their colour band.

*If they are not sure which band they are in then they can email thier teacher to find out.

Week beginning 8th March 2021

Thursday

LO: Fractions of amounts

Task: Carrying on from yesterday we are going to look at how to find a fraction of an amount. You need to find out how many toppings will be on each slice of pizza by working out the fraction.

Submitting your work: Take a photograph of your work and send it to your teacher. This can be written in your home learning book or done online.

Attachments:

Wednesday

LO:  Finding half and quarter of amounts

Task: Today we will be looking at how to find the fraction of an amount. Our task is to work out  ½ and ¼ the amount of toppings on a pizza.

Attachments

Tuesday

LO: Colouring in fractions

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): â€ªâ€ªâ€ªâ€ªBuild a Fractionâ€¬ (colorado.edu) (click on build a fraction and challenge yourself by starting on level 1 and working your way up)

Task: Continuing our work on fractions from yesterday. Today you have been given shapes and must colour them the fraction that has been given.  For example, if it says ¼ you must colour ¼ of the shape in.

Remember, the top number is called a numerator. This shows how many parts you have.

The bottom number is called denominator. This shows you how many parts the whole object has been divided into

Attachments:

Monday

LO: Using shapes to work out fractions

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): Read the explanation and play the quiz

Task: Today we are going to be learning about fractions. A fraction tells you how many parts of a whole number you have. Fractions are shown by having one number on top of another. For example, ½ or ¼ .

For our task today you need to work out what fraction of a shape has been coloured in.

Attachments

Week beginning 1st March

Friday

LO: To solve a code using coordinates

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): teacherLED.com Angle - Show The Coordinate

Task: Your teacher has left you a message hidden in the graph. Use the coordinates you have been given to crack the code and find the message! Then have a go at creating your own message.

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Thursday

LO: To plot and read coordinates on a graph

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): teacherLED.com Angle - Show The Coordinate chose the option that looks like an L

Task: Today we will be reading and plotting coordinates on a grid. Remember coordinates are written (x,y). ‘Along the corridor and up the stairs’.

Attachments:

Tuesday

LO: To plot coordinates onto a graph

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): (841) Plotting Points on a Coordinate Plane | Quadrant 1 - YouTube

Task: I have given you coordinates. Your task is to write them on the grid with an x. Then you must join the x’s together and write down what shape it is. Remember coordinates are written (x,y). ‘Along the corridor and up the stairs’.

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Monday

LO: To read coordinates on a graph

Task: Today we will be looking at coordinates on a graph. On your worksheets I have marked out coordinates with an X. You have to find the number on the x-axis (horizontal) first, then look for the second number on the y-axis (vertical).

The order of the numbers is crucial: coordinates in the are written (x,y). The 1st number tells you how far to go across while the 2nd number tells you how far to go up/down: ‘along the corridor and up the stairs’ or ‘you crawl before you climb’.

Attachments:

Week Commencing 8th February 2021

Friday

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):  Hit the Button - Quick fire maths practice for 5-11 year olds (topmarks.co.uk)

Thursday

LO: Use the column method to multiply

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): (793) 2-Digit by 2-Digit Multiplication | Math with Mr. J - YouTube

Task: Use the column method that has been demonstrated in the live lesson to answer the questions.

Attachments:

Wednesday

LO: Use the column method to multiply

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):  Hit the Button - Quick fire maths practice for 5-11 year olds (topmarks.co.uk) choose mixed

Task: Use the column method we have used in the live lesson to complete the questions.

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Tuesday

LO: Begin to use to use the column method to multiply

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): Grand Prix Multiplication | Math Playground

Task:  Todays lesson I will demonstrate a way of breaking down multiplication questions. Use the method we have used in the live lesson to complete the questions.

Attachments:

Monday

LO: To use the grid method to multiply

Task: Use the grid method we have been practicing in the live lessons to complete the questions.

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Week Beginning: 1st of February 2021

Friday

LO: To solve long multiplication questions using the grid method

Task: Answer the questions for your group using the grid method you have been shown in the live lessons.

Submitting your work: Take a photograph your work and send it to your teacher. Or if it has been completed online through word, email it to your teacher. Please show how you worked out the questions, not just the answers.

Attachments:

Thursday

LO: To solve long multiplication questions using the grid

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): Roll a dice and write out the times tables up to 12 for that number. Repeat 3 times. If you do not have a dice, pick 3 times tables you feel least confident in.

Task: Complete the questions for your group, using the grid method shown in the live lesson.

Submitting your work: Take a photograph your work and send it to your teacher. Or if it has been completed online through word, email it to your teacher. Please show how you worked out the questions, not just the answers.

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Tuesday

LO: To solve long multiplication questions

Task: Complete the questions for your group, using the methods shown in the live lesson.

Submitting your work: Take a photograph your work and send it to your teacher. Or if it has been completed online through word, email it to your teacher. Please show how you worked out the questions, not just the answers.

Monday

LO: To improve our times tables knowledge.

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): Times tables shooting – Timestables.com

Task: Complete the multiplication square grid by filling in the missing numbers. Once complete, practice some of the times tables you are not so confident in. Then cut out the grid and stick it in our books. It will come in handy later in the week.

Submitting your work: Take a photograph of the completed grid and send it to your teacher. Or if it has been completed online through word, email it to your teacher.

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Week Beginning:  25th January 2021

Friday

LO: To solve area and perimeter problems

Task: For our task today, we have become architects that are building a mansion. It is our job to find out the area and perimeter of different places in the mansion in order to help the builders. Read the questions carefully.

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Thursday

LO: To find the area of triangles

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):  How do you work out the area of a triangle? - BBC Bitesize

Task: Today we are going to continue our work on area by looking at triangles. In order to find the area of a triangle we must multiply the height by the width (also known as the base) then divide by 2.

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Week Beginning: 25th January 2021

Wednesday

LO: To find the area of square, rectangular and compound shapes.

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):  area and Perimeter – GeoGebra

Task: Today we are going to continue to find the area of compound shapes. Some of the compound shapes will need to be split into separate shapes. Find the area of each shape and then add them together. Some of the sides are missing measurements, so ensure all the sides have measurements before working out the area.

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Tuesday

LO: To find the area of square, rectangular and compound shapes

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): Area And Perimeter Games for Kids Online - SplashLearn Create different squares and rectangles, to help your understanding of area and perimeter.

Task: Today we are going to continue looking at the area of shapes. In order to find the area of the compound shapes, they will need to be split into 2 shapes. Find the area of each shape and then add them together. Some of the sides are missing measurements, so ensure all the sides have measurements before working out the area.

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Monday

LO: Find the area of shapes

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): Super Maths Bowling - Multiplication - Mathsframe Select option year 4

Task: Today we are going to be finding the area of square and rectangular shapes. We calculate the area by multiplying the length and the width.

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Week Beginning:  18th January 2021

Friday

LO: To calculate the area of square and rectangular shapes

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): Mental Maths Train - A Four Operations Game (topmarks.co.uk) click on multiply, then select mixed methods up to 12.

Task: Today we are going to be looking at how to calculate the area. The area is the amount of space taken up on a 2D surface. Area is calculated by multiplying the length by the width. Look at the shapes on the worksheets and use the measurements to find the area.

Submitting your work: You can write out your calculations and answers into your distance learning books and take a photograph to email to your teacher.

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Thursday

LO: To solve worded perimeter problems

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): In your home learning books or on spare paper. Draw shapes with the following perimeter: 16cm, 28cm, 44 cm, 56cm. If you have a ruler, use it. If not estimate how big you think it will be.

Task: Today we have some worded problems. Some people need to find out the perimeter of different places and need our help. Read the questions carefully and decide how you are going to work them out. Some shapes are missing measurements, so you’ll need to find out what they are before answering the question.

Submitting your work: You can write out your calculations answers into your distance learning books and take a photograph to email to your teacher.

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Wednesday

LO: To calculate the perimeter of compound shapes

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):  Follow this link, watch the videos and answer the questions at the bottom What is the perimeter? - BBC Bitesize

Task: Today we will continue our work on perimeter. This time looking at compound shapes and how we can find out the perimeter without being told the measurements of all the sides of a shape.

Submitting your work: You can write out your calculations and answers into your distance learning books and take a photograph to email to your teacher.

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Tuesday

LO: To calculate perimeter using decimals

Mental Maths Task (15 mins): Measure the perimeter of 3 things in your house. This could be items such as a book or a computer screen, or it could be the distance around your living room or garden in steps.

Task: Today we will continue to look at perimeter, this time using some more challenging numbers and decimals.

Submitting your work: You can write out your calculations and answers into your distance learning books and take a photograph to email to your teacher.

Attachments:

Maths

Monday

LO: To calculate perimeter

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):  Draw a square and a rectangle. Then write down everything you know about them.

Task: Today we are going to be finding the perimeter of a range of square and rectangular shapes. Remember that the perimeter is the distance around all of the sides.  If one of the lengths is missing, see if you can use other lengths of the shape to help you work out the missing side.

Submitting your work: You can write out your calculations and answers into your distance learning books and take a photograph to email to your teacher.

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Week Beginning:  11th January 2021

Friday 15th January                  **Live Lesson 10am**

**Live Lesson on Teams at 10am to explain this work.  It will also be available as a recording on Teams afterwards**

LO: Mental maths

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):  Hit the Button - Quick fire maths practice for 5-11 year olds (topmarks.co.uk)

Submitting your work:  Complete the questions digitally on word, or write them in your book, take a photograph and email to your teacher.

Thursday 14th January                  **Live Lesson 1pm**

**Live Lesson on Teams at 1pm to explain this work.  It will also be available as a recording on Teams afterwards**

LO: To learn about the currencies of other countries and how they convert to pounds

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):  https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/306/Maths-Fishing-Multiplication

Task:     Research the currencies used in 10 other countries and find out how much of that currency is equivalent to £1, £2 and £10.  Complete the attached table with your findings.  You may need to copy and paste the symbol for the currency from the internet into the sheet.

Submitting your work:  Complete the table digitally on Word and email it to your teacher or draw the table into your book or on to paper then, once complete, photograph it and email it to your teacher.

Wednesday 13th January

**Live Lesson on Teams at 1pm to explain this work.  It will also be available as a recording on Teams afterwards**

LO: To solve money problems

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):   The Change Game  https://natwest.mymoneysense.com/students/students-5-8/the-change-game/

Task:     You are going to plan an event.  Read the task notes on the sheet very carefully.  You must list everything that you are buying and show your workings out so that someone can clearly see what you have planned (this will be fully explained and modelled in the live lesson).

Submitting your work:  You can type on to a Word document (don’t forget to show your workings out) or you can write your workings out into your Home Learning Book and take a photograph of it.  Email your work to your teacher.

Tuesday 12th January

**Live Lesson on Teams at 10am to explain this work.  It will also be available as a recording on Teams afterwards**

LO: To solve money problems

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):   Write out your 3, 6 and 9 times tables (you should see the links between them). Ask a parent or sibling to test you on them.

Task:     Todays task is to solve problems linked to money.  There are various styles of question that will test your knowledge of coins and notes and how to test affordability.

Submitting your work:  You can type straight on to the word document (don’t forget to show your workings out) or you can write your workings out into your Home Learning Book and take a photograph of it.  Email your work to your teacher.

Monday 11th January

**Live Lesson on Teams at 10am to explain this work.  It will also be available as a recording on Teams afterwards**

LO:        To calculate change

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):   Money Game – Choose ‘Mixed Coins’ and one of the ‘Exact Money’ buttons:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/toy-shop-money

Task: Today we will look at calculating change again, this time with some larger numbers. Use column method to subtract amounts to work out the change needed.  You will buy items in the shop and need to find how much change you should get.  Sometimes you may need to add two or more items together first before calculating the change  Remember to set your work out in columns

Submitting your work:  You can type your work on Word or Excel and email it to your teacher but this may be tricky to do in columns. Alternatively, you can write your work in your Home Learning book or on paper, take a photo and send it to your teacher. Remember to show your working out.

Week Beginning:  4th January 2021

Friday  8th January

**Live Lesson on Teams at 10am to explain this - will also be available as a recording on Teams afterwards**

LO:        To calculate change

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):   Money Game – Choose ‘Mixed Coins’ and one of the ‘Exact Money’ buttons:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/toy-shop-money

Task: Use column method to subtract amounts to work out the change needed.  You will buy items in the shop and need to find how much change you should get.  Sometimes you may need to add two or more items together first before calculating the change  Remember to set your work out in columns

Submitting your work:  You can type your work on Word or Excel and email it to your teacher but this may be tricky to do in columns. Alternatively, you can write your work in your Home Learning book or on paper, take a photo and send it to your teacher.

Thursday 7th January

**Live Lesson on Teams at 10am to explain this - will also be available as a recording on Teams afterwards**

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):   Grand Prix Times Table Game:                https://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_GrandPrixMultiplication.html

Task:     Use column method to add amounts of money together.  See the sheets below where you will buy items in the shop and need to find how much they cost altogether.  Remember to set your work out in columns

Submitting your work: You can type your work on Word or Excel and email it to your teacher but this may be tricky to do in columns. Alternatively, you can write your work in your Home Learning book or on paper, take a photo and send it to your teacher.

Wednesday 6th January

LO:        To understand the denominations of money that we use in the UK

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):   Money Game:  https://natwest.mymoneysense.com/students/students-5-8/coin-cruncher/

Task 1:  Make a list of all of the coins and notes that we use in this country.

Task 2:  Write 2 different ways of making the following amounts

 White & Blue Groups Green & Yellow Groups Orange & Red Groups 15p 24p 53p 81p 65p 78p 59p £1.20 £1.50 £1.80 £1.75 £1.18 65p 78p 59p £1.20 £1.50 £1.80 £1.75 £1.18 £1.63 £3.94 £5.30 £8.35 78p 59p £1.50 £1.75 £1.63 £3.94 £5.30 £8.35 £6.55 £9.99 £12.27 £22.00

Submitting your work:  You can handwrite the work in your Home Learning book and take a photograph and email it to your teacher or you can type your work in Word and email the Word document to your teacher. Please attach the document rather than share it with me.

Tuesday 5th January

LO:        To revise using column method for adding and subtracting

Mental Maths Task (15 mins):   Write out your 6 and 8 times table, spend some time looking over them and learning them then ask an adult or sibling to test you on them

Task:     Complete the questions on the sheet below.  There are 3 sheets depending on which colour maths work you usually do it school. Remember that you are using column method. There are 2 examples at the top of the page

Submitting your work:  You can type on to the digital document and then email it to your teacher; you can print the sheet, write on it and then take a photograph and email it to your teacher; or you can write the questions into your Home Learning Book then take a photograph and email it to your teacher.

Week Beginning:  28th September 2020

Monday

Today children will be completing Big Maths papers as they would in school.

You need to complete one Learn-Its sheet and one CLIC sheet.

Please look carefully at the document names to find the right sheet for your group.

Tuesday

Learning objective: Multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100 worded problems.

Wednesday

Today we are going to be adding 2 and 3 digit numbers by partitioning.

Watch the PowerPoint and answer the questions.

Week Beginning:  21st September 2020

We have been looking at place value and the work provided this week will follow on from this.

Monday

LO Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 or 1,000

We started looking at this last week.  It may help for you to have a number line in front of you.

Remember:  any number that ends in 1-4 is rounded down, any number that ends in 5-9 is rounded up.

Tuesday - 22.09.2020

Last week we looked at place value. This week we will look at how we can use place value to add and subtract.

Learning objective:  To use place value to add or subtract 10s, 100s and 1000s.

## Here is a PowerPoint presentation with examples and questions to do.

Wednesday

Today we are going to be looking at number bonds to 10, 100 and 1000. Number bonds are simply the pair of numbers that make up a given number.

Learning objective: To calculate bonds to 10, 100 and 1000.TT calculate bonds to 10,100 or 1000o calculate bonds to 10,100 or 1000

Thursday

Learning objective: To multiply numbers by 10 and 100

Information and questions are on the PowerPoint below.

Friday

LO: Learning to divide by 10 and 100.

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