At the moment in Maths we are learning about doubling and halving.
A problem to solve:
Can you solve this problem?
Can it be completed in more than one way?
How many legs would there be if there were 8 sheep? How can you calculate this?
How many legs would there be if there were 8 hens? How can you calculate this?
Activities to complete:
1. Recap strategies for addition (column addition with and without regrouping.) Here is a help card to support you
2. Can you roll a dice to create 2 digit + 2 digit calculations and calculate these using column addition?
_ _ + _ _ = ___
3. How many different ways can you complete an addition calculation that totals 84?
Times table Rockstars- your class teacher will have set the correct times tables to practise.
All four operations- https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/mental-maths-train
(focus mainly on addition this week)
Doubling and halving- please use this website to practise these skills with your children.
Telling the time- please work on o'clock, half hours, quarters and 5 minute intervals with your child using the interactive clock.