We have also used Mathletics to deepen our understanding of place value.
Robins have a target to use Mathletics at home for ten to fifteen minutes each week.
Don’t forget you can access Mathletics at http://www.mathletics.co.uk and if you have lost or forgotten your login just let Mr Lo or Mr Baddhan know!
4326 + 2857 =
7486 – 3458 =
142 x 6 =
396 ÷ 3 =
of 48 =
5172 + 3847 =
6483 – 4526 =
213 x 5 =
8052 ÷ 4 =
of 85 =
Answers will be posted on Friday. Please see the blog with video links if you need a reminder of the methods to use or email email@example.com for further support. Write “FAO Mr J” in the subject bar.
Don’t worry if you don’t have a printer to print off the worksheets, click ‘Get the Activity’ and the worksheet will open on the screen. You can then talk to an adult in the family, explaining the answers to them. (I’ve had to do that with my children as our printer isn’t working)
One lesson a day is enough to keep you going and revisiting your learning each day helps you to remember things more easily in the long run.
Once you have done the questions, you can then check the answers by clicking on ‘Get the Answers’.
Number Facts: x6 and x7 tables
It is great to see that you have been accessing Mathletics and TTRockstars. Regular practice and learning key number facts is very important. Please keep up with your times tables practice and focus just on particular ones, you can use the interactive quiz on:
Year 4 have been focusing on area in mathematics and today they started to draw their own shapes that needed to have a particular area. The children all did extremely well with this and Demi had a very clever technique to make sure she was drawing a shape with the right area.
Demi decided she would count the squares for her shape using dots and then she would draw around the dots to make the shape complete! Demi was then very helpful to her peers and shared her ways of doing the work with those who were struggling. Well done Demi!
Year 4 are currently focusing on dividing with remainders in Maths. The children have all been working super hard to get this right. We are currently looking at sharing our number into equal groups and seeing how many we have remaining. Huey decided he would add a remainders column to his jottings so that he wouldn’t and couldn’t forget how many there were remaining. What a good idea!