Southfield Junior School

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Maths

Home Learning - Week Commencing 8th June 2020

  • Times tables: keep up with your times table practise. Focus on practicing your 6 - and 11- times tables. Use your ‘Maths at Home’ booklet for games you can play to help you with this. Remember it is both multiplication and division facts you need to know. This is a useful website for games that don’t need to be played on a computer. https://www.theschoolrun.com/top-times-tables-games
  • Round a 4-digit number to the nearest 10,100 and 1000 – Roll a dice four times and choose which 4-digit number you would like to make from the numbers rolled. Round the 4-digit number to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000. How many numbers can you round in 5 minutes? Why not challenge someone to beat your score.  

Watch the links below to help you. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvmxsbk/articles/zggsfrd

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zb6tyrd/articles/zg68k7h

  • Name that triangle! How many different types of triangles can you think of? How many can you name? Click the link below for the activity for you to complete. 

Click here to view the 'Name that triangle!' activity

Challenge: Can you draw a picture made using triangles?

Home Learning - Week Commencing 18th May 2020

  • Times tables: keep up with your times table practise. Focus on practicing your 9- and 12- times tables. Use your ‘Maths at Home’ booklet for games you can play to help you with this. Remember it is both multiplication and division facts you need to know. This is a useful website for games that don’t need to be played on a computer. https://www.theschoolrun.com/top-times-tables-games
     
  • Play the rounding game to secure your knowledge of rounding to the nearest 10 https://nrich.maths.org/10945                                                                                                           Can you challenge yourself by making 3-digit numbers and rounding them to the nearest 10 and 100 ? Watch the clip below to help you remember how to round numbers. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zh8dmp3/articles/zpx2qty
     
  • What are negative numbers? Click on the link below to find out. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/znwj6sg/articles/zxthnbk
  • Draw a number line and count backwards to answer the questions below.

1. The temperature is 7ºC then it falls by 9ºC. What is the new temperature? 

2. At six o’clock in the evening the temperature is 11ºC. It falls by 14 ºC at night. What is the new temperature?

3. During the day the temperature is 1ºC, by the evening it has fallen by 5ºC. What is the new temperature?

4. The temperature is 3ºC then it falls by 12ºC the next day. What is the new temperature?

Home Learning- Week Commencing 4th May 

  • Times tables: keep up with your times table practice. Focus on practising your 7- and 8- times tables. Use your ‘Maths at Home’ booklet for games you can play to help you with this. Remember it is both multiplication and division facts you need to know. This is a useful website for games that don’t need to be played on a computer.

      https://www.theschoolrun.com/top-times-tables-games

  • Multiplication Hopscotch: can you draw a hopscotch and, in each square, write either multiples of a number or multiplication facts. Challenge yourself: can you include some division facts? How long does it take you to shout out all the answers? Can you beat your time?

      Click here to watch a video of an example

  • Secret Number Game: this is a two-player game. The first person needs to type a secret number into a calculator, without showing the other player. Ask the other player ‘what they would like to add?’ The aim of the game is for the other player to guess what the secret number was and explain how they know.  

      Please click here for detailed instructions on how to play.

      Challenge: Could you have a go at using the inverse to check your answers? Can you play             this game using multiplication instead? 

Home Learning- Week commencing 20th April 2020

1. Times tables: Focus on practising your 9- and 12-times tables. Use your 'Maths at Home' booklet for games you can play to help you with this. Remember it is both multiplication and division facts you need to know.   This is a useful website for games to play not on the computer. https://www.theschoolrun.com/top-times-tables-games

2. Play the addition dice game to secure your knowledge of column addition. 

Click for the addition dice game instructions

Can you challenge yourself to get your answer closest to 1000 by rolling the dice 6 times, to make two 3-digit numbers?

3. Make an addition and subtraction snakes and ladders to play with your family. 

Here is an example which includes questions we did in Term 4

 

Maths Vocabulary and CanDo Maths Support

Please click here for a maths dictionary 

Please click below for CanDo maths workout support videos:

CanDoMaths Support Video 1 - Workouts A, B and C

CanDoMaths Support Video 2 - Workout D

CanDoMaths Support Video 3 - Workout E

CanDoMaths Support Video 4 - Workout F

CanDoMaths Support Video 5 - Workout G

CanDoMaths Daily Workout - Week commencing 8th June 2020

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CanDoMaths Daily Workout Answers

CanDoMaths Daily Workout - Week commencing 18th May 2020

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CanDoMaths Daily Workout Answers

 


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