1/4/20 – To partition 3 digit numbers
Watch this video to remind yourself about place value.
We can represent a 3 digit number using base 10. Look at the first example. Remember the squares are the 100s, the lines are the 10s, and the dots are the ones.
Draw the other numbers shown here.
We can partition 3 digit numbers and make a calculation.
For example, 346 is 3 hundreds, 4 tens and 6 ones. I could write it as
346 = 300 + 40 + 6
Try partitioning these numbers:
31.3.30 – To add and subtract 10s and 100s
Watch this video to remind yourself what happens when we add or subtract 10s.
This example uses base 10 to model it.
Have a go at finding 10 more (+10) or 10 less (-10) with these questions.
Remember the same happens when we add or subtract 100s; we just look at the hundreds column instead.
30.3.20 – To count in 4s, 8s, 50s, and 100s
When we are counting up in 4s, we are simply adding 4 each time.
When we are counting in 8s, we are adding 8 each time.
When we are counting in 50s, we are adding 50 each time.
When we are counting in 100s, we are adding 100 each time.
For example, in this 100 square, every 4th square is blue. This 100 square shows the numbers we say when we count in 4s.
Complete the number sequences here. The first step is to identify what the sequence is counting in (is it 4s, 8s, 50s, or 100s?). You also need to identify whether it is counting on or counting back.
27.3.20 - Arithmetic
Find Arithmetic paper Week 1 in your Home Learning pack and set yourself 20 minutes to complete it in. When you are finished, mark it yourself, but don't look at the answers until you have finished the whole paper! Write your score at the top of the page and keep it in your pack for when we come back to school.
26.3.2020 - comparing money
Today you have work on comparing money. Watch the video clip to remind you about the symbols greater than, less than and equals.
complete your tasks on the paper you have. You can draw the coins or add them and write the value. E.g £2.15 > £1.99
25.3.20 - Adding money and finding change
Watch this video about adding money and finding change. Join in with the dance moves if you can!
This will help you when solving the money challenge today. Remember to find change it is often better to count on mentally or using a number line. See the examples below.
24.3.20 - Addition with Money
Use your addition skills to help you solve the following problems. Some you may be able to do in your head, but for others you will need a number line or column method. Use the coins at the bottom of the page to remind yourself of which coins we can use.
Use the paper in your pack and this list of coins below.
1. What is the most amount of money Ben could have?
2. What is the least amount of money Ben could have?
3. Write down ALL of the possibilities.