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Friday 27th March 2020

 

Today, I would like you to have a go at some written division sums with remainders.  Watch this short animation first: ‘Short division using written methods’.  For more information about remainders have a look at Division and Remainders.

Division with remainders - 27.03.2020

Thursday 26th March 2020

Today, the maths activity is 'Written Multiplication'.  I haven't taught these two methods: the grid method and the ladder method but they are good methods and you may find them helpful.  Both methods are different ways of present regrouping/partitioning when multiplying a single digit by a 3-digit number.  Have a go!

Written Multiplication

Wednesday 25th March 2020

Today you will be doing some learning on 'Fractions of Amounts'. 

I've taught the children that if you have to find a unit fraction of an amount: 1/5 of 25, then you need to ask yourself how many 5s are in 25 = ?

If you need to find a fraction of an amount: 3/5 of 25, first ask yourself how many 5s in 25 = 5 and then multiply this by 3 - 5x3=15.

The work shows similar sums using a pizza and a bar model.

Fractions of Amounts

Tuesday 24th March 2020

I hope you were able to do yesterday's activity.  Today is multiplying by 10 and 100.  We've done quite a bit of this in class so this shouldn't be too tricky.  Here is a helpful website which you might want to look at before hand:

 

How to multiply and dividing by 0, 1, 10 and 100 (BBC Bitesize)

Multiplying and Dividing by 10 and 100

Monday 23rd March 2020

Before starting today's activity you may want to have a look at these websites:

 

What are decimals? (BBC Bitesize)

Arranging numbers with decimal place (BBC)

Decimals (Maths is Fun)

23.03.2020 - Decimals on Number Lines

On this page I will be using resources from a teaching resource I have access to called Testbase.  The maths questions I will send are all past SATs questions.  I can filter the questions so that they are appropriate for Year 4 (the expected standard and above).  Where possible I will provide a link for resources that can support you in answering the questions.  You can either print the questions off (if you have paper and a printer) or you can write the answers in your purple book.  After several days, I will upload the answers so you can check if you got them correct.

ROMAN NUMERALS

 

Questions (18.03.2020) - three Y4 expected standard questions.

 

These websites provide some useful information on Roman Numerals

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