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7.7.20

LI: To recognise notes.

 

Today you will be learning how to recognise the different notes that we use in Britain. 

 

Look at the sheet below. This will give you some more information! 

 

 

In the video below, you will be shown four different banknotes £5, £10, £20 and £50.

 

The video will help you to learn how to identify them by colour, size and value.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zxgtjsg

 

Task- Now complete the questions on the sheet below. Watch the video again if you need to! 

6.7.20

LI: To recognise coins.

 

For our final week of maths home learning we are going to focus again on money. This is an important life skill! Keep up the good work and make sure you do your best!. 

 

Task 1- Watch the video below. This will give you more information about recognising British coins.

UK Coins Explained for Kids - Maths Money Learning Video

Now read the slides below, this will give you some more information about recognising coins.

 

 

 

 

 

Task 2- Now it's time to test your knowledge, complete the task sheet below with an adult.

 

 

3.7.20

 

It's arithmetic today!

 

We have also done this test before so go back and dig out your arithmetic test 6 score from last time and see if you can improve on it today.

 

2.7.20

LI: To recognise position and direction.

 

Being able to describe position and give directions is important.

 

Watch the first video on the page below. Click the link!

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zmdr92p

 

The slideshow below features some of the keywords used to describe where something is. 

 

 

 

 

 

Task 2- Using your knowledge, click on the worksheet below. It has lots of different questions about position and direction. Have fun!

1.7.20

LI: To measure length and height using non-standard measures. 

 

Measuring lengths using non-standard units

 

When measuring lengths or heights, we can use non-standard units:

  • cubes
  • lolly sticks
  • matches
  • hand-spans
  •  

We use different units depending on the length or height we are measuring.

 

For example, we might measure a pencil using cubes, but we might use hand-spans to measure the length of a table.

 

Remember that when using a non-standard unit, each unit must be the same size as all the others. 

 

For example, if you are using lolly sticks, make sure the lolly sticks are all the same length as each other.

 

Task 1- Watch the first video on the website below. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbwc92p

 

Top tip

 

When measuring lengths, make sure one end of the object is lined up with the end of the first unit. You can then compare the other end to see which is longer.

 

30.6.20

LI: To compare length and height

 

We use certain words to compare the lengths and height of objects, such as:

  • long, longer and longest
  • short, shorter and shortest
  • tall, taller and tallest

 

Task 1- watch the first video on the website below. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf4vbdm

 

Top tip

 

When comparing lengths or heights, make sure one end of each object is lined up. You can then compare the other end to see which is longer.

 

Task 2- Now watch the second video on the website below. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf4vbdm

 

Take a look at the giraffes in the picture below. 

 

The giraffes' hooves are lined up on the ground so that you can see which giraffe is tall, taller and tallest. 

 

All of the snakes have been lined up with the end of their tails starting on the right of the slide to show which snake is long, longer and longest.

 

Use the words taller and shorter when comparing the giraffes.

 

 

Task 3- now have a go at the sheet below. If you need to watch the videos again then do so! 

 

 

 

 

 

29.6.20

LI: To order numbers to 100

 

Today you will be ordering numbers from 0 to 100. You will need to use all of the knowledge that you gained from last week to help you. 

 

The aim for todays lesson is to show you how to order numbers from smallest to largest and largest to smallest.

 

This 100 number line will help you along the way. 

 

 

Task 1-

 

Watch the video on this website. Remember to listen carefully to what it says, you will also be given a series of question to check your knowledge whilst the video is playing. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7m8bqt

 

Task 2- Now have a go at the 2 questions below. 

 

It will help if you read the statements with an adult. 

 

 

It will help if you remember that < this symbol means smaller than. for example 2 < 5

 

Tip: the Pink bundle of straws are each equal to 10.

 

 

 

 

26.6.20

 

It's arithmetic today! Your number work this week should help you with some of the questions in this test. We have also done this test before so go back and dig out your arithmetic test 6 score from last time and see if you can improve on it today.

Arithmetic Test 6

25.6.20

 

Yesterday we compared objects and today we are comparing numbers. We will be using these symbols again:

 

Watch the videos on this page to help you: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z3cm8hv

 

A hundred square will also be helpful to see which numbers are greater and less than others.

 

1: Work out what each side is worth and then put the correct words in the middle.

 

 

2. Draw the number line if you can, or point to where each number would go.

 

3.

For example, 50 is greater than 5.

24.6.20

 

Today you will be comparing objects and saying which group has a greater or lesser amount.

 

 

The videos on this webpage will help you: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zwbwr2p

 

 

Look at the groups here and say which group is greater than or less than the other. Can you point to or draw the symbol you would use for each one?

 

Answers:

1. 7 apples is less than 10 apples - 7 apples < 10 apples

2. 11 apples is greater than 8 apples - 11 apples > 8 apples

 

 

Now compare the superheroes in these groups:

 

 

Answers:

23.6.20

 

You need to read the information here https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zncq4xs for today's lesson. It explains how we can partition numbers into tens and ones. We have done this lots in class so it should just be a reminder for you.

 

When you have read the information have a go at these questions. You need to:

1) Identify the number

2) Say how many tens and ones are in the number

3) Write the expanded addition to make that number

4) Draw it using tens and ones

 

For example, in question 1:
1) We know the number is 12

2) That is 1 ten and 2 ones

3) 10 + 2 = 12

4) The picture has been done for you

Question 6 is quite tricky but see if you can work out how many tens there are from the expanded form.

 

22.6.20

 

Today we will be practising counting on and back to 100. A hundred square will help you with this.

 

This webpage also has a lot of good information on https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z2xfxbk

There are extra activities on there as well.

 

Say each number out loud up to 100.

 

 

 

 

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4.

 

Task: Use your finger to trace the path through the maze. Say each number out loud.

 

 

 

 

Answer:

19.6.20

 

It's arithmetic today! You should be finding the fractions questions easier now that we have covered them in our maths lessons. We have also done this test before so go back and dig out your arithmetic test 5 score from last time and see if you can improve on it today.

Arithmetic Test 5

18.6.20

 

Today you will be practising your 2, 5 and 10 times tables.

 

Read these out loud and use them to help with the problems below:

 

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Answers to problems:

17.6.20

 

Today you will be using your addition and subtraction skills to find the missing number in a calculation. There will be a number line for each one to help you.

 

 

In this example, we know that we start on 3 and then after we have added something we get to 7. We need to find what was added on to get to 7. 

Start on 3 on the number line and count how many jumps you need to get to 7.

You should have got 4.

The missing number then is 4, so the calculation is 3 + 4 = 7.

 

Try these questions. Make sure you check whether you are adding on or taking away.

 

16.6.20

 

Today you will be practising your subtraction skills. How quickly can you complete this warm up activity?

 

 

Learning:

 

Subtraction is different to addition. When you are subtracting, your answer should be smaller than the number you started with.

 

You cannot subtract the numbers in any order. You need to start with your biggest number and take away the smaller number.

 

When you check your calculation by adding the numbers back together again, we call that the inverse

 

For example: 9 - 5 = 4

Check: 4 + 5 = 9

 

When we do a subtraction, or a take away, calculation, we are finding the difference between the two numbers.

 

For example, the difference between 9 and 5 is 4, because 9 - 5 = 4.

 

If a question asks you to find the difference between two numbers, you can do a subtraction (eg. 9 - 5 = 4) to find the answer.

 

Task 1:

 

Task 2: Every number which enters the machine has 5 subtracted from it. What will come out of the machine?

 

Task 3: Here, the machine subtracts 3 each time. For these numbers, we know what comes out of the machine but we need to find out what went in to the machine. For example, for the first number we don't know what went in, but when we subtracted 3 we got 6 so ?? - 3 = 6.

 

Do the inverse to find out what went in.

 

6 + 3 = ??

 

15.6.20

 

Today we will be practising our addition skills.

 

How quickly can you complete these calculations?

 

Learning:

 

When you are adding, it is often easier to start on the biggest number and then add the smaller number by counting on. 

 

Try this method here.

Task 1: For example, in the first box you are doing 3+3, in the second box 4+3, and in the third box 6+3. Then you go down to the next row and add the next set of numbers.

 

Task 2: Here the machine adds 4 to every number that goes in. 

The first number that goes in is 4, so the calculation will be 4+4.

 

Task 3: Here the machine adds 9 each time. We know what number comes out of the machine, but you need to work out what number went in.

For example, the first calculation is ?? + 9 = 11

 

12.6.20

 

As today is Friday it is Arithmetic day! Find the arithmetic sheet below that is labelled 2. Give yourself 20 minutes to complete it, you could ask an adult to set a timer for you. 

 

Have fun!

11.6.20- To make equal groups (sharing)

 

Today you will be focusing on making equal groups by sharing an amount of objects. You have looked at this in school, this means you already have the knowledge, you now need to apply this knowledge to todays tasks. 

 

Look at the picture below. You will see several Bears. The bears need to be shared equally between 5 rugs. In order to do this you share 1 beareach time. 

 

 

Task 1- watch the video below. 

Division - Practical sharing (using Dienes) - Year 1

Task 2- watch the video below. This will give you a better understanding of how to make doubles.

 

1.Click on the link.

2.Go to summer term- week 1

3.Click on lesson 4

4.Click on the video on left and watch it through. 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Task 3- Now that you have watched the video, click on the document below. You have several questions to answer- if you need to, you can watch the video again. 

10.6.20- To make equal group (2) 

 

Today you will be using and extending your knowledge from yesterday and applying it to todays lesson. You will need to think carefully about what you see below, today you will be given different types of questions and will have to work out what group is equal and what group is not. 

 

TIP: Use your counting skills.

 

Task 1- watch the video below. This will give you a better understanding of how to make doubles.

 

1.Click on the link.

2.Go to summer term- week 1

3.Click on lesson 3

4.Click on the video on left and watch it through. 

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Task 2- Now that you have watched the video, click on the document below. You have several questions to answer- if you need to, you can watch the video again. 

9.6.20- To make equal groups.

 

Today you will be focusing on making equal groups. This means that you will need to recognise that a group needs to have an equal amount of objects/numbers in order to be equal. 

 

For example; I have 20 counters as below and 4 circles as below. I would like each circle to have an EQUAL amount of counters. 

1.Share the 20 counters between the 4 groups.

2.Remember to put 1 counter in each circle at a time

3.Count how many counters are in each group. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Task 1- watch the video below. This will give you a better understanding of how to make doubles.

 

1.Click on the link.

2.Go to summer term- week 1

3.Click on lesson 2

4.Click on the video on left and watch it through. 

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Task 2- Now that you have watched the video, click on the document below. You have several questions to answer- if you need to, you can watch the video again. 

 

 

8.6.20- To make doubles.

 

This week we will be focusing on revising some of the skills that you have learned in year 3.

 

Today you will be looking at making doubles, in doing this you will be using objects to work out the answer to questions ask you to double amounts.

 

For example: Double the amount of counters below. 

 

 

You can see that there is one counter here. In order to double the amount of counters you will need to x them by 2, therefore 1 x 2 = 2. 

 

You will now have 2 counters as you have doubled 1. 

 

 

Task 1- watch the video below. This will give you a better understanding of how to make doubles.

 

1.Click on the link.

2.Go to summer term- week 1

3.Click on lesson 1

4.Click on the video on left and watch it through. 

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Task 2- Now that you have watched the video, click on the document below. You have several questions to answer- if you need to, you can watch the video again. 

 

 

 

5.6.20

 

As today is Friday it is Arithmetic day! Find the arithmetic sheet below that is labelled 2. Give yourself 20 minutes to complete it, you could ask an adult to set a timer for you. 

 

Have fun! 

 

 

20 Minute Countdown Timer

4.6.20- To find a quarter of an amount

 

Today you will be looking at finding a quarter of an amount. You need to think about what a quarter of an amount is.

 

For example; If we had 4 pencils, and one quarter (1 pencil) of the pencils needed sharpening,  there would be three quarters (3 pencils) of the pencils left over. 

 

 

Task 1- 

Watch the video below, this will give you a further idea of how to find an amount.

Quarter of a Quantity | How Many Quarters in One

Task 2- 

Now you have watched the first video, have a go at the question below. 

 

 

Task 3- 

Now watch this video, this will help you answer the next set of questions. 

1.Click on summer term week 2

2. Click on video for Lesson 3

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Task 4-

Now answer the remaining questions, you can watch the videos more than once to help you. TIP: Half and half again on question 2 when looking for a quarter. 

 

REPRESENT THE NUMBERS BY DRAWING THEM ON A PIECE OF PAPER. For example: you could draw 12 frogs and work out your answers from there.

 

3.6.20- To find a quarter of a shape

 

Today you will be looking at finding a quarter of an object. You need to think about what a quarter would look like.

 

For example; If you ate one quarter of a cake, there would be three quarters left over. Four quarters of a cake make one full cake. Look at the picture below

 

 

Task 1- 

Watch the video below, this will give you an idea of what finding a half of an object is.

Fractions Finding Quarters of Shapes

Task 2-

Now you have watched the first video, answer the question below.

 

Draw the diagram of the shape onto a piece of paper and then follow what the task asks you to do.

 

 

Task 3-

Now watch this video, this will help you answer the next set of questions. 

1.Click on summer term week 2

2. Click on video for Lesson 2

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Task 4-

Now answer the remaining questions, you can watch the videos more than once to help you. 

 

 

 

2.6.20- To find half of an amount. 

 

Today you will be looking at finding a half of an amount. You need to think about what half of an amount is.

 

For example; If we had 2 pencils, and one half of the pencils needed sharpening,  there would be one half of the pencils left over. Therefore half of 2 is 1. 

 

 

Task 1- 

Watch the video below, this will give you a further idea of how to find an amount.

Fractions- Finding Half of a Quantity

Task 2- 

Now you have watched the first video, have a go at the question below. 

 

 

Task 3- 

Now watch this video, this will help you answer the next set of questions. 

1.Click on summer term week 2

2. Click on video for Lesson 1

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Task 4-

Now answer the remaining questions, you can watch the videos more than once to help you. 

 

Tip: Question 2- you will need to count the circles and then half them.

       Question 3- to work this out draw two lots of 7 circles.

1.6.20- To find a half of an object

 

Today you will be looking at finding a half of an object. You need to think about what a half would look like. For example; If you ate one half of a cake, there would be one half left over. Two halves of a cake make one full cake. Look at the picture below. 

 

 

Task 1- 

Watch the video below, this will give you an idea of what finding a half of an object is.

Fractions - Finding Half of Shapes

Task 2- 

Now you have watched the first video, answer the question below. 

 

 

Task 3-

Now watch this video, this will help you answer the next set of questions. 

1. Click on summer term week 1

2. Click on video for Lesson 4

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Task 4- 

Now answer the questions below. 

 

 

 

 

 

22.5.20

 

As today is Friday it is Arithmetic day! Find the arithmetic sheet below that is labelled 2. Give yourself 20 minutes to complete it, you could ask an adult to set a timer for you. 

 

Have fun! 

 

 

Arithmetic

21.5.20

 

Today you will be learning at ordering numbers to 50. Ordering numbers in this case means putting numbers in order from smallest to largest or largest to smallest.

 

You will need to know what the symbols below mean- look closely at them. 

 

 

Task 1- Watch the video below to help you remember what each symbol means

Number Gators (Greater Than, Less Than Symbols Song)

Task 2- Now answer the 2 questions below, remember use all your knowledge from this week to answer your questions. 

 

-Remember to look at the pictures very closely. 

-One bundle of straws is equal to 1 lot of 10. 

-One straw is equal to 10

 

 

Task 3- Now answer the question below. 

 

20.5.20

 

Today you will be learning how to represent numbers to 50. This means that you will be looking at how to read, write and draw diagrams for numbers to 50. 

 

Look at the example below:

 

 

Now watch the video below;

 

Place Value to 50

Task 1- Using the knowledge from above answer the question below.

 

 

Task 2- Now complete the questions below. 

 

- When you answer the second question, look at what you can see before looking at what you can’t. 

 

19.5.20

 

Today you will be looking at tens and ones. Think carefully over the next few tasks as you have seen and done this before, have fun! 

 

Task 1- Watch the video below to remind yourself of what tens and ones are. 

 

 

Place Value: Ones and Tens | Math for Grade 2 | Kids Academy

Task 2- On a piece of paper, draw the below diagrams and put them into the correct column. Is the diagram you have drawn a ten or a one?

 

 

Task 3- Now answer the questions below using your knowledge of tens and ones. 

-Remember you can watch the video again to help you. 

-Look closely at each diagram. 

 

18.5.20

 

This week we will be looking at place value and counting to different numbers. 

 

Use the 100 square below to help you this week. 

 

 

Today you will be learning how to count to 50. Remember to complete each task in order as they will build on your learning. 

 

Task 1- Watch the video below.

 

This will help you learn how to count forwards and backwards to and from 50 in the correct order.

 

Count by 1's to 50

Task 2-

 

Now have a go at the activity below. 

 

Remember, the 100 square at the top of this page will help you with this question.

 

 

Has Lily counted correctly? Yes or no? What numbers are missing?

 

Task 3-

 

Now using your knowledge of counting to 50, answer the questions below.

 

Count the circles to help you.

 

 

 

15.5.20

 

As today is Friday, that means one thing... It's Arithmetic day. 

 

Give yourself 20 minutes, you will find a timer below that you can click to start.

 

Good luck!

Arithmetic test 7

20 Minute Timer

This timer silently counts down to 0:00, then alerts you that time is up with a gentle beep sound.

14.5.20

 

Today you will be looking more closely at the 24-hour analogue clock rather than the 12-hour clock. Look at the clock below, what do you notice is different? 

 

To work out the time on this clock you will need to know what the Roman numeral stands for on the clock. Look at the information sheet below. 

 

 

Now look at the same clock again. Do the 2 clocks below show the same time?

 

Yes, the clocks do show the same time, we need to remember that there are 24 hours in a day not just the standard 12 that are usually on a clock. Watch the video below to help you understand this concept. 

A.M. and P.M. and the 24-Hour Clock

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Task 2-

Now it’s time to draw your own clock. Using the template below and the information above, create your own 24-hour Roman Numeral clock. 

 

When you have labelled it correctly, write down, around the outside of the clock the actual numbers that each Roman Numeral represents. 

 

Write both the AM and PM Times!

 

 

Here is the template for you to use below;

 

 

Task 2- Using your knowledge of roman numeral clocks. Write down the correct time that each clock below shows in both AM and PM.

 

13.5.20

 

Today you will be learning how to tell the time to the nearest 5 minutes. As yesterday we now know that there are 60 minutes in an hour. Today we are going to use the fact that an hour can be divided into 5-minute intervals. 

 

If you look at the clock below you will notice that each interval is counting in 5-minute steps from 0 to 60. However, you will notice on the second clock that these intervals are not always known as 5,10,15 and so on.

 

For example if it is 15 minutes past 3, we would say quarter past three. And if it is was 3.40, we would say 20 to 4. 

 

 

 

Task 1- watch the video below. It tells you all about telling the time to the nearest 5 minutes. 

Telling Time Song for Kids | Telling Time to 5 Minutes

Video: Telling Time To The Nearest 5 Minutes Grade Levels: 2nd Grade - 3rd Grade 🍎 Check out our ever-growing library of math songs at https://www.numberock....

Task 2- Now, look at the clocks below. Write down what time each clock shows, remember you looking at writing the time to the nearest 5minutes. Use the clock below to help you!

 

Use this clock to help you answer the questions underneath. 

 

 

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12.5.20

 

Today you will be learning how to tell the time in 30-minute intervals. As you now know from your learning last week, there are 60 minutes in an hour. 

 

If we were to split those 60 minutes in half, we would have two lots of 30 minutes.

 

When you look at the clock below you will notice that we call these two halves, half past or O'clock depending on where the hands are facing. 

 

 

Task 1- watch the video below, it will describe in more detail how we tell the time in 30-minute intervals. 

Hip-Hop Around the Clock | :15, :30, :45 | Learning to Tell Time | Jack Hartmann

This song is about telling time by a quarter after, half past the hour and a quarter till the hour. This can be done with each student having their own clock...

We now need to remember that the hour hand can be known, and you will see it as the little hand. The little hand tells you what hour it is. 

 

We also need to remember that the minute hand can be known, and youwill see it as the bigger of the two hands on the clock. The big hand tells us how many minutes past or to the hour. 

 

Look at the example below. This is an analogue clock. You will see that the time on this clock show half past 11- look at the description around the clock.  

 

Task 2- using the knowledge that you have learned above. What time do these two clocks show?

 

TIP: Look closely has the hour hand gone past the 4? Has the hour hand gone past the 8?

 

 

Task 3- Now use all of your knowledge to tell the time on the clocks below.

 

 

 

11.5.2020

Today you will learn about the months of the year and how many days each month has. You will also learn key facts about the months of the year including some key events that happen in each month.

Work through the tasks on here

7.5.2020

 

Good morning today is Thursday. Can you shout out loud what day it was yesterday? Can you whisper what day it will be tomorrow?

 

Today you are going to work on the days of the week so you are familiar with writing and saying what they are when we return to school. You can amaze your teachers by knowing how to say and spell the days of the week. 

 

 

Read the days of the week with an adult or older brother or sister to help you. You could translate and say them in your home language too.

Read the days of the week with an adult or older brother or sister to help you. You could translate and say them in your home language too. 1

Here is a calendar for the year of 2020. Look at the order of the days of the week across the top of each month. On a calendar the names of the days are often shortened.

Here is a calendar for the year of 2020. Look at the order of the days of the week across the top of each month. On a calendar the names of the days are often shortened.  1

Task - answer these questions

 

Can you find today’s date on the calendar?

What date will it be tomorrow? 

How many sundays are there in May?

Can you find your birthday on the calendar?

Task to complete on paper or verbally.

Task to complete on paper or verbally.  1

6.5.2020

Today we would like you to think about your daily routine and the order you do things each day at home now while we are on lockdown. Also consider your daily routine on a normal school day. Putting things in time order is called chronological order. 

 

Watch the clip to learn more about this. Click the link below.

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhk82hv/articles/zydsb82

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3

Task- Talk about what is happening in the day using the words:

first,  next, then, morning, after,  later,  afternoon, a while late, evening

 

Task - Now talk about your own day. Draw a picture for each part of your day and write next to it the time you do the activity at. Try and use time words. E.g First in the morning I wake up. Next I get a wash.

Task - Now talk about your own day. Draw a picture for each part of your day and write next to it the time you do the activity at. Try and use time words. E.g First in the morning I wake up.  Next I get a wash.  1
Task - Now talk about your own day. Draw a picture for each part of your day and write next to it the time you do the activity at. Try and use time words. E.g First in the morning I wake up.  Next I get a wash.  2

5.5.2020

 

Today you are going to continue to learn about the words slowly and quickly. 

 

Watch the video clip to learn more about slowly and quickly/fast.

 

Click: www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FPI442X-Go

 

Task 1 - Look around your house or outdoors for 3 things that happen quickly. E.g. boiling the kettle.

             Look around your house or outdoors for 3 things that happen slowly.

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Task 2 - You can use the pictures or draw some of your own to complete the ordering of time task.
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Maths Home Learning Week

 

4.5.2020

Good morning,

Warm your brains up by counting in 2s.   0, 2, 4, ........

Can you count in 2s to 50?  Stop then count back .. 50, 48, 46 .....

 

This week you are going to study the topic of ‘Time’. Being able to tell the time is a very important skill you need in life.

 

Task 1 – Talk about why being able to tell the time is important.

Look at clocks in your house that show the time.

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Time 1
Time 2

Talk about each word and play time games using the words.

Talk about each word and play time games using the words. 1
Talk about each word and play time games using the words. 2
Talk about each word and play time games using the words. 3
Talk about each word and play time games using the words. 4
Talk about each word and play time games using the words. 5
Talk about each word and play time games using the words. 6
Talk about each word and play time games using the words. 7
Talk about each word and play time games using the words. 8

Task - Think about what things happen quickly and slowly. Write and draw what you find on your paper.

Task - Think about what things happen quickly and slowly. Write and draw what you find on your paper. 1

1.5.20 - Arithmetic

 

Find your arithmetic sheet labelled Test 4 in your Home Learning pack and have a go at completing it in 20 minutes. Use the answers to mark it yourself. You should be getting a better score than previous weeks. I have seen some good scores being posted on our Twitter page @KensingPrimary - someone got their first 20/20 last week. Who else can beat their previous score?

 

If you want an extra maths challenge today BBC Bitesize have their Friday challenges here https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zd3q2sg

30.4.20 – To add and subtract two numbers

 

Instead of drawing dots or animals to represent the numbers, we can add on a number line. You can either:

 

1) Start on 0 and count on the first number, and then count on again for the second number

 

or

 

2) Start on the first number and then count on the number of steps in the second number.

 

Look at the example of the sheet and have a go at completing the calculations.

 

Now we will do some subtractions, or take away. This means our starting number gets smaller and we count backwards.

 

Look at the example below. The question 6 – 3 = 3. We start with 6 bottles on the wall and then cross 3 bottles out. How many bottles are left? That is the answer. Have a go at the rest of the questions.

 

 

29.4.20 – To add numbers to 10

 

This lesson is looking at our number bonds to 10. Number bonds to 10 are two numbers that add to make 10. For example 6 + 4 = 10 is a number bond to 10.

 

The video and activities here will help you with today's task:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwv39j6/articles/zx3982p

 

 

 

28.4.20 – To complete calculations

 

This video will get your counting skills warmed up before you begin your activity:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p08b5f7r/bitesize-57-year-olds-week-2-6-teacher-talks-counting

 

In these questions, both the numbers and the symbols are missing (+ or -). Write the numbers below each bird and work out whether to calculation is an addition + or a subtraction - .

 

For example, in the first one you have 2 birds ______ 1 bird  = 1 bird, so the calculation must be 2 - 1 = 1

 

 

27.4.20 – To add two numbers

 

Look at the example. They have drawn dots to represent the calculation and used the dots to work out if the answer is right or wrong.

 

Have a go at checking these calculations.

Steps:

  1. Draw the dots
  2. Add the dots together
  3. Check whether to answer on the sheet is right or wrong
  4. Tick or cross to show right or wrong

 

 

Week 3 Home Learning

24.4.20

 

As today is Friday it is Arithmetic day! Find the arithmetic sheet in your pack that is labelled 3.

 

Give yourself 20 minutes to complete it, you could ask an adult to set a timer for you.

 

Have fun!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8J1fYrvH1H4 (20 minute timer link)

23.4.20

 

Today you will be using your knowledge of counting in 10's to play the game below. 

 

- You can play the game with someone in your house.

- If you don't have dice at home- don't worry! You could write the numbers 1-6 on a piece of paper, turn them over and pick a number at random. 

 

 

 

22.4.20

 

Today you will be using your knowledge of multiplying in 10’s to complete 2 tasks.

 

Remember you can watch the video more than once to help you or you could draw the arrays to match each multiplication.

 

Task 1- watch the video below.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ftati8iGQcs

 

Task 2- Now complete the task below.

 

 

You can use the 100 square below to help you answer the questions too! 

 

 

21.4.20

 

Today you will be using your knowledge of multiplying in 5’s to complete 2 tasks.

 

Remember you can watch the video more than once to help you or you could draw the arrays to match each multiplication.

 

Task 1- watch the video below.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EemjeA2Djjw

 

Here is a reminder of what an array looks like. 

 

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This array represents 2 groups of 5 

The calculation would be 2 x 5 

This equals 10. 

 

Task 2- Now complete the tasks below. 

 

 

 

 

 

20.4.20 

 

Today you will be using your knowledge of multiplying in 2’s to complete 2 tasks.

 

Remember you can watch the video more than once to help you or you could draw the arrays to match each multiplication.

 

Top Tip: An array looks like this 

 

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OOOOO

 

This array represents 2 groups of 5 

The calculation would be 2 x 5 

This equals 10. 

 

Task 1- Watch the video below.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvTcpfSnOMQ

 

Task 2- Now answer the questions below- YOU CAN DO THIS! 

 

Top Tip: - You can count each array to start with! 

              - Then group them into 2's by circling 2 at a time

              - Now count each circled array (remember count up in 2's)

 

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3.4.20

 

It’s Friday so that means it’s … … … arithmetic!

Find your Arithmetic Test 2 in your home learning pack and give yourself 20 minutes to complete it. When you’re done, use the answer sheet to mark it. Write your score at the top of the page. If there were any you got wrong, go back and try to fix the mistake.

 

2.4.20 – To partition numbers

 

Watch this video to remind yourself how we partition numbers using base 10

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dHu5TFxPtk

 

Complete the table filling in the missing sections. You can draw the whole table using the paper in your pack.

 

 

 

1.4.20 – To read and write numbers

 

Watch the video from yesterday and make sure you say each number aloud.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MVzXKfr6e8

 

Can you match the number to the word? Use the word mat to check your answers.

 

 

 

31.3.20 – To count on and place numbers on a number line

 

Get up and moving by joining in with this song and dance!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MVzXKfr6e8

 

Use your counting skills to count how many is in each group and then place the missing number on the number line.

 

 

30.3.20 – To find one more and one less

 

Watch the video to remind yourself how we find one more and one less.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGbQfi9PKdE

 

Use the number line to help you answer the questions below.

 

 

1) Find one more than the numbers on these bows.

 

 

2) Find one less than the numbers on these bows.

 

 

3) Now find one more and one less than the numbers on these bows.

 

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.

26.3.20 - recognising coins and making amounts

Use this to help you.

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Order the coins in England from smallest to largest. Draw the coins carefully and say what they are e.g. 5p or £1 
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Task 2 - draw the coins to make each amount of money at the top of each box. 
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25.3.20 - Find the cost of each ice cream by adding the coins.

 

 

24.3.20 - Addition with Money

 

Use your addition skills to work out how much is in each jar. Remember to start with the coin that is worth the most first. You may want to draw a number line to help you.

 

23.3.20
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