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Maths - Spring Term

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Maths
Spring Term

Super 6 x table!
11+21=
8 + ?=18
84-5=
3x4=
8x10=
47x10=
132x10=
Choose your challenge...
Decimals
Workshop 1 - with teacher
Ordering decimals (1 place)
Today's Challenges
Maths - Spring Term
189+345=
805-289=
4.76x10=
5x56=
11x10=
563x4=
189x5=
907x6=
15x67=
9005-568=
7.434 x100=
12.67 x___=1267
745__ __= 0.745
12x47=
What are they?
Where might you have seen them used?
What do they show/tell us?
Workshop 2 - with TA
Money and decimals £ & p
Independent Challenge
Ordering decimals 1&2 places tenths/hundreths
Record all work in showbie!
Part Part Whole
11
7
?
21
7
?
Today's Challenges
Workshop 1 (TA) - placing tenths on a number line

Workshop 2 (T) - Using tenths and hundreths

Independent challenge - labelling tenths and hundreths on a blank number line.
8
5
16
9
?
Part Part Whole
?
ROUNDING TO THE NEAREST WHOLE NUMBER
What do we know about rounding numbers?
17 to the nearest 10
?
145 to the nearest 100?
Today - 1.6 to the nearest
whole
number
Workshop 1 - TA - using tenths only E.g. 1.6
Workshop 2 - T - using tenths and hundreths E.g. 1.64
Independent - Rounding money to the nearest £ E.g. £12.35
Part Part Whole
15
?
7
?
8
15
5
Recognizing decimal and fraction tenths
Challenges
Workshop 1 - TA - tenths as fractions and decimals

Workshop - Teacher - tenths and hundreths

Independent - Tenths as fractions and decimals. Page 77.
WALT - Recognise tenths as decimals and fractions
Adding & subtracting tenths
E.g. 4.3
+2.5
11.6
- 4.3
Challenges
Challenge 1 - TA - adding and subtracting tenths

Challenge 2 T - bridging 1 when adding tenths

Challenge 3 - adding and subtracting tenths and hundreths (showbie work on whiteboards)
How do we multiply and divide by 10/100?
52
17
?
Reading numbers!
TH H T O . t h
1
5
Today's challenges
Challenge 1 - a mixture of multiplying and dividing by 10/100
Challenge 2 - missing box questions (1missing box!)
Challenge 3 - Missing box questions ( 2 missing boxes!)
0
16
5
?
How can we use this knowledge to answer a question like this...
27 x ? = 270
or
320 ? 10= 32
All work to go in books. Remember the short date!
Showbie the piece of work you've been most proud of this week and say why!
Part Part Whole.

Can you complete these part part wholes and write the equations to match them?
Multiplying by multiples of 10 and 100...

How could we work out these equations?

3 x 20 =

7 x 50 =

600 x 4 =
56
16
8
?
20
14
?
Today's Challenges...
Challenge 1:
With the TA multiplying by multiples of 10

Challenge 2:
Independently multiplying by multiples of 10 and 100

Challenge 3:
With the teacher solving word problems multiplying by multiples of 10 and 100
Negative numbers.....


What do we know already?
How do we order negative numbers?
Can you put these on a numberline?
0, -1, 3, 1, -2, 2, -3, -4, 4,
How do we order negative numbers?
Challenge 1:
With the TA. Ordering negative and positive numbers

Challenge 2:
Finding the difference between negative and positive numbers

Challenge 3:
With the teacher. Placing numbers on a numberline
Number bonds to 20 tennis...
What methods could we use to solve these equations?
3.45 + 10.8 =

29.45 + 6.87 =
How do we solve subtraction equations using the compact method?
Challenge 1:
Using dienes blocks to solve subtraction equations with 2 and 3 digit numbers (With TA)

Challenge 2:
Using the dice to create 3 and 4 digit numbers to subtract using the compact method.

Challenge 3:
Subtracting decimal numbers and solving subtraction word problems. (With teacher)

Challenge 4:
Solving subtraction word problems
I will 'serve' you a number and you need to 'hit' back the bond to 20.

Then have a go with a partner
How could we use the bar method to help solve this word problem?
Freddie had 367 smarties in his tube. Kate had 564 smarties in her tube. How many did they have altogether?
How many pairs to 1000 can you find?
Pairs to 1000...

1000
600
400
What steps do we need to take to solve word problems?
Write a 'how to...' list on your whiteboard of the different steps that need to be taken to solve this word problem. Think carefully about what you need to do and in what order.
You need to buy 3 62p stamps and four 54p stamps. What is the total price of all the stamps?
Part Part Whole
246
89
?
What do you need to do to find out the missing parts?
What method could we use to solve these equations?
7601 - 4789 =

76.6 - 29.8 =


Can you draw a bar model to represent this word problem?

A whole school go on a trip to the zoo. There are 606 children altogether. 278 children travel on one train to the zoo. How many children go on the other train?
What resources could you choose and use to help you today?
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