**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**

__ T__oday 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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