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Maths

Lesson 1

 

LI: represent numbers using different representations

 

- Think about what we have been learning about representing numbers in different ways. Write down as many examples as you can think of.

(Remember: partitioning, number lines, place value grids, part whole models, deines (drawing them out), abacus (drawing them out).

- Show the following four digit number in as many different representations (ways) as you can.

- See your work pack for work matching this lesson.

Lesson 2

 

LI: solve number problems

 

Recapping what children have been learning about place value.

Lesson 3

 

LI: count backwards through zero to include negative numbers

 

- Have a look at the link below introducing negative numbers. Click on the introducing negative numbers video. Have a look in your work pack for work to match the lesson.

Lesson 4

 

LI: count backwards through zero to include negative numbers

 

- Have a think about what you were learning yesterday about negative numbers. On the following link, click on the negative numbers video. Have a look in your work pack for work to match the lesson.

Lesson 5

 

LI: know number pairs to 1000

 

- Think back to what we learned about number pairs to 100 – we found out that we could use our number pairs to 10 to help us with this.

For example, 2 + 8 = 10  ->  32 + 8 = 40  ->  32 + 68 = 100

Today, we are doing the same thing but to 1000

Eg. 7 + 3 = 10  ->  27 + 3 = 30  ->  27 + 73 = 100  ->  270 + 730 = 1000

Firstly, count how many unit you need to add to make the next 10. Next, count how many tens you need to add on to make the next hundred. Finally, count how many hundreds you would need to add to make the next 1000.

- See your work pack for your work.

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