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Maths

Maths for week commencing 22nd June - you will need a protractor to measure angles. If you don't have one you can collect one from reception at school on Monday 22nd June between 9.30am and 11am.

Friday 19th June

 

For maths today, can you complete the end of unit check in your workbook. This is on pages 51-53.

 

Also, have a go at the attached Fluent in Five arithmetic practice sheets, to keep your mental maths sharp.

 

Thursday 18th June

LI: To understand equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages.

 

Firstly, for this lesson you need to think about the True or False questions on the document below.

 

Now watch the video to learn more.
Now you need to have a go at the worksheet below. Remember you don't need to print this out, but can answer the questions on a piece of paper. Then check your answers against the answer sheet.

Wednesday 17th June

LI: To divide decimals by 10, 100 and 1,000

 

Today, we are practicing our division of decimals by 10, 100 and 1,000. There are links to yesterday's lesson with multiplication and again our decimal place value chart will be really useful to help us.

 

Firstly, watch the video below and then have go at completing pages 45-50 in your maths book. There is then a problem solving task for you to have a go at.

Tuesday 16th June

LI: To multiply decimals by 10, 100 and 1,000

 

Today we are learning about multiplying decimals. We should be able to use our existing knowledge of multiplying numbers and what happens to a number and why when we multiply. Think about your knowledge of place value and place value charts. Watch the video below and then have a go at pages 39-44 in your Maths book.

 

There is also a problem solving challenge below to work on.

Monday 15th June

LI: To explore decimal sequences

 

Firstly, watch the video below from White Rose Maths explaining how to order and compare decimals.

True or False

Now have a look at the sequence below. Are they ordered correctly in ascending order? If you're not sure, check on the video or draw yourself a place value grid with the decimal place marked on to help you understand the value of each digit.

 

46.2     4.62   4.016   4.60    4.06    4.601    

 

Once you have ordered the decimals you now need to explain and justify why you have ordered them in the sequence you have. If there is an adult available to talk to, tell them why you have ordered them this way. Can you explain ascending order? Can you use vocabulary such as tenths, hundreths and thousandths to describe your sequence? 

 

If there isn't anybody to talk to, have a go at writing down your explanation. 

 

Now using your maths book have a go at the exercises on pages 30, 31 and 32.

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