Remember, that you also need to do at least 15 minutes of mental maths per day on Sumdog:
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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.
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Week Beginning: 30th March 2020

Learning Objective 
Mental Maths 
Explanation 
Task 
Monday 
Complete Big Maths Sheets 
Speedy sequencing – start with 4. Keep adding 4 each time. See how far you can get in 2 minutes 

2. CLIC – take as long as you need 
Tuesday 
To recap common multiplication facts 
Speedy sequencing. Start with 6, keep adding 6 each time. See how far you can get in 2 minutes 
These are common times tables that you need to know. 
Answer the questions on the sheet and send it back to me. 
Wednesday 
To recap common division facts 
Halving & Doubling: Half 50 Double 27 Half 68 Double 39 Half 226 
Use your knowledge of times tables to solve these division questions. 
Answer the questions on the sheet and send it back to me. 
Thursday 
To understand bus stop method of division 
Practise 6 and 8 times tables. Remember 6s are double 3s and 8s are double 4s 
Have a look at the PowerPoint for an explanation of how this works. If you are still unsure, please email me and I will either make or find a video to explain. 
Answer the questions on the sheet and send it back to me. 
Friday 
To use bus stop method for division with remainders 
Extra SumDog time 
This is the same as yesterday but this time you will have some left over at the end 
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 sequencing – start with 4. Keep adding 4 each time. See how far you can get in 2 minutes 

2. CLIC – take as long as you need 
Tuesday 
To consolidate my understanding of perimeter 
Practise your 3,4 and 6 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. 
Look at the perimeter PowerPoint – this is just a recap 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 24 Double 16 Half of 86 Double 35 Half of 94 
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 squares and rectangles 
Mental addition and subtraction: 16 + 18 34  13 27 + 25 58 – 36 69 + 18 
Area can be found by counting squares. 
Complete the worksheet on the sheet then email it to me. Show your workings out. 
Friday 
To solve problems using ratio 
Ordering negative numbers: 
Findn the ratio first then multiply by the amount of money 
Complete the worksheet on the sheet then email it to me. Show your workings out. 