 Lansdowne

Primary School

Relationships. Wellbeing. Achievement.

# WB 1.2.21

Monday 1st February 2021

Good morning,

This week I will be delivering our live lessons on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 1.30.

We are going to be learning about halving, sharing and dividing. When we half we make sure that each person has an equal amount. Equal meaning the same amount.

Tuesday 2nd February 2021

We are going to be learning how to share or divide.

E.G Mrs Davies went to the shop and bought 9 pencils for her 3 children.

How many pencils do the children have each?

Can you share 9 pencils equally between 3 children?

Yes you can. I am going to show you 2 ways in which you can work this out.

1) I know there are 3 children. I could use my 3 x tables to work this out. How many 3's go into 9?

Yes 3x3=9. Each child would have 3 pencils.

2) I know that there are 3 children, so I am going to draw 3 circles. I am now going to count and put a dot in each circle until I get to 9. In each circle you should have 3 dots. This will tell me that each child has 3 pencils.

Now I would like you to complete the following. I would like to see your working out in your home learning books.

Wednesday 3rd February 2021

Today we are going to be completing a mixture of vocabulary of what you have learnt over the last 2 days.

1. Half of 20

2. Divide 18 by 2

3. Share 20 sweets equally between 4 people

4. Half of 8

5. Divide 8 by 4

6. Share 15 chocolate squares between 3 people.

7. Half of 24

8. Divide 27 by 3

9. Divide 25 by 5

10. Share 30 bananas equally between 6 children.

Challenge

11. Half of 30

12. Divide 28 by 2

13. Share 40 equally between 4

14. Half of 50

15. Share 32 carrots between 8 rabbits

Thursday 4th February 2021

Today we are covering a variety of vocabulary. Take your time and think of what I am asking.

1. Double 15

2. Half of 12

3. Find the difference between 5 and 18?

4. Share 16 by 4

5. Increase 16 by 8

6. Subtract 4 from 18

7. Divide 24 by 3

8. Double 9

9. 7+_____ =11

10. 20 -____ = 15

11. Can you write the fact families for these numbers 18, 4, 12 . What sun are we going to use?

12. Decrease 6 from 20

13. What is 7 less that 12?

14. Multiply 3 by 7

15. What is the sum of 8 and 5?

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