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Maths

Home Learning - Week Commencing 8th June

  • Times tables: Keep up with your times tables practice. Focus on 2 different sets of tables that you find tricky. You may like to create multiplication wheels like the ones below.

 

Prime number maze 1

Prime numbers maze 2

 

Home Learning - Week Commencing 18th May

  • Times tables: Continue to keep up with your times table practice. Focus on a different 2 sets of tables that you find tricky. 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
     
  • Multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000: Have a go at the following question sheet. Question sheet 1. Can you remember what you need to do when you multiply or divide numbers by 10, 100 or 1000? Can you have a go at the reasoning questions? Question sheet 2. Test yourself with the second sheet with the planets. Can you create any games that involve multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 or 1000?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         
     
  • Long multiplication: Have a go at the multiplication sheets. Long Multiplication Question Sheet 1. Can your work out the answers to the jokes? Remember to carry when needed.  Have a go at creating a question for someone else to have a go at? Maybe send it to your teacher. When you feel confident, have a go at the next sheet. Long Multiplication Question Sheet 2

Answers to question sheets above:

Answers to question sheet 1

Answers to question sheet 2

Answers to long multiplication question sheet 2

 

       Multiplication up to 4-digits by 2-digits tutorial

 

Home Learning - Week Commencing 4th May

  • Times tables: keep up with your times table practice. Focus on a different 2 sets of tables that you find tricky. 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
  • Addition and subtraction: can you use dice to generate numbers with more than 4-digits to add and subtract using a formal written method? If you don’t have dice, you could write the numbers 0-9 on pieces of paper and select at random. Challenge yourself: how long does it take to complete 20 calculations? Can you do another 20 and beat your time? Could you have a go at using the inverse to check your answers?
  • Addition and subtraction target game: your target is 9,000. Use dice or numbers on pieces of paper to create a calculation that you think will generate an answer as close to 9,000 as possible. Remember, you will have to think very carefully about which place value columns you put the numbers in. How close can you get? Can you repeat with a target of 11,000?

Maths Home Learning- Week Commencing 20th April 2020

1. Times tables: focus on 2 sets of tables that you find tricky! 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

2.  Make a fraction wall and then make an equivalent fraction board game. 

                                                        Link for how to build a fraction wall

3.  Play battleships to secure your knowledge of coordinates. Please find attached instructions on how to play. 

 

 Maths Vocabulary and CanDo Maths Support

Please click here for a maths dictionary 

Please click below for support videos for CanDoMaths workouts;

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 Workout Answers

CanDoMaths Daily Workout - Week commencing 18th May 2020

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CanDoMaths Workout Answers

 

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