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Monday 18th January 2021

 

Morning robins! 

 

I'm so impressed with your start on our new unit of money. You've been working really hard and have produced some great work on counting pounds and pence. Today, you will be converting pounds and pence. 

 

You have a video to watch this morning which will guide you through today's learning. 

To learn along with the video, you will probably need a scrap piece of paper or you could use the back of your worksheet. Remember, you can pause the video to work through questions and you can re-watch parts that you didn't fully understand at first. 

 

Once you have worked through the video, please complete the worksheets. I will upload the answers so that you can check your work once you have finished.

 

When you have finished and marked your work, please upload a photo of your worksheets onto Class Dojo so that I can see how well you have understood today's lesson.

 

Mrs Kelly 

Convert pounds and pence

Friday 15th January 2021

 

Morning robins! 

 

Well done for your great first lesson on money yesterday. It was fantastic to see so many of you feeling confident with the value of British coins and notes. Today, you will be taking a closer look at pounds and pence and how they can be combined. 

 

You have a video to watch this morning which will guide you through today's learning. 

To learn along with the video, you will probably need a scrap piece of paper or you could use the back of your worksheet. Remember, you can pause the video to work through questions and you can re-watch parts that you didn't fully understand at first. 

 

Once you have worked through the video, please complete the worksheets. I will upload the answers so that you can check your work once you have finished.

 

When you have finished and marked your work, please upload a photo of your worksheets onto Class Dojo so that I can see how well you have understood today's lesson.

 

Mrs Kelly 

Pounds and pence

Thursday 14th January 2021

 

Morning robins! 

 

Today, you will be starting your new unit of money! Well done for sending in photos of your completed addition and subtraction stickability quizzes. It's good to see that so many of you are feeling confident and are using formal methods of addition and subtraction independently. In this new unit, you will be building on your skills of calculating with pounds and pence, as well as finding change and converting pounds and pence.

 

You have a video to watch this morning which will guide you through today's learning. 

To learn along with the video, you will probably need a scrap piece of paper or you could use the back of your worksheet. Remember, you can pause the video to work through questions and you can re-watch parts that you didn't fully understand at first. 

 

Once you have worked through the video, please complete the worksheets. I will upload the answers so that you can check your work once you have finished.

 

When you have finished and marked your work, please upload a photo of your worksheets onto Class Dojo so that I can see how well you have understood today's lesson.

 

Please let me know how you find today's learning on Dojo. Keep up the great work! 

 

Mrs Kelly 

Count money (pounds)

Wednesday 13th January 2021

 

As we have now reached the end of our unit on addition and subtraction, today I would like you to complete a "Stickability Quiz" on this unit. This is to help you (and me) see how confident you are with the skills you have learnt in this unit. Please let me know if there is anything you don't understand, so that I can address this in our future learning. 

 

Please complete the questions, then mark your work using the answer sheet.

 

Once you have completed and marked your work, upload a photo onto Class Dojo for Mrs Kelly to see how you have found today's task.

Tuesday 12th January 2021

 

Morning robins! 

 

Following on from yesterday's learning about estimation, today you will be looking at others ways to check calculations. You will be focusing on fact families and using the inverse operation. 

 

You have a video to watch this morning which will guide you through today's learning. 

To learn along with the video, you will probably need a scrap piece of paper or you could use the back of your worksheet. Remember, you can pause the video to work through questions and you can re-watch parts that you didn't fully understand at first. 

 

Once you have worked through the video, please complete the worksheets. I will upload the answers so that you can check your work once you have finished.

 

When you have finished and marked your work, please upload a photo of your worksheets onto Class Dojo so that I can see how well you have understood today's lesson.

 

Please let me know how you find today's learning on Dojo. Keep up the great work! 

 

Mrs Kelly 

Check answers

Monday 11th January 2021

 

Morning robins! I hope you had a fun and restful weekend. 

 

Today, you will be estimating the answers to calculations. Estimating is where you work out what the answer to a calculate will approximately be (or what it will be roughly). This enables us to judge whether a calculation is likely to be correct or not, because we already know roughly what the answer should be. 

 

You have a video to watch this morning which will guide you through today's learning. 

To learn along with the video, you will probably need a scrap piece of paper or you could use the back of your worksheet. Remember, you can pause the video to work through questions and you can re-watch parts that you didn't fully understand at first. 

 

Once you have worked through the video, please complete the worksheets. I will upload the answers so that you can check your work once you have finished.

 

Once you have finished and marked your work, please upload a photo of your worksheets onto Class Dojo so that I can see how well you have understood today's lesson.

 

Please let me know how you find today's learning on Dojo. Keep up the great work! 

 

Mrs Kelly 

Estimate answers to calculations

Friday 8th January

 

Today, you will be generating your own questions to help you practice adding and subtracting in a column. 

 

You will need:

a pencil

a piece of paper

a dice (ideally 1-9 using a virtual dice or a standard 1-6 dice would work as well)

a calculator 

 

Please watch the video carefully as it will explain the activity and show you what you should be doing. 

Complete the activity, making sure that you take at least 6 goes.

 

Upload a photo of your work onto Dojo so that Mrs Kelly can see how you got on with the activity. 

 

Happy Friday and enjoy your weekend.

 

Mrs Kelly

Friday 8th January - Maths

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Thursday 7th January 2021

 

Morning robins!

 

Thank you for continuing to send me your wonderful work via Class Dojo. It is great to see that so many of you are doing really well with your home learning and are continuing to make progress with your maths.

 

Today, you will be continuing to use column subtraction, this time when we need to exchange. We have covered this last term, so you should have a good foundation of knowledge in which to build on.

 

You have a video to watch this morning which will guide you through today's learning. 

To learn along with the video, you will probably need a scrap piece of paper or you could use the back of your worksheet.

 

Once you have worked through the video, please complete the worksheets. I will upload the answers so that you can check your work once you have finished.

 

Once you have finished and marked your work, please upload a photo of your worksheets onto Class Dojo so that I can see how well you have understood today's lesson.

 

Well done for showing fantastic effort so far this week.

 

Mrs Kelly 

Subtract a 3-digit number from a 3-digit number - exchange

Wednesday 6th January 2021

 

Morning robins!

 

Thank you for all the wonderful learning you have been sending in via Class Dojo. I'm so impressed with the hard work and determination you are showing.

 

Today, you will be moving onto using the column method for subtraction. There won't be exchanges in today's lesson to help you get used to using a column method for subtraction.  

 

Instead of a PowerPoint, you have a video to watch this morning which will guide you through today's learning. 

To learn along with the video, you will probably need a scrap piece of paper or you could use the back of your worksheet.

 

Once you have worked through the video, please complete the worksheets. I will upload the answers so that you can check your work once you have finished.

 

Well done for the excellent home learning you are doing. Your determination to succeed will help you to continue to make great progress with your learning. Please upload a photo of your worksheets onto Class Dojo so that I can see how well you have understood today's lesson.

Subtract a 3-digit number from a 3-digit number - no exchange

Tuesday 5th January 2021

 

Morning robins!

 

Today, you will be using the column method for addition when exchanges are necessary. You may need to exchange 10 ones for 1 ten or 10 tens for 1 hundred. We have done this in school so it should not be completely new to you, but I have included some different ways of applying this knowledge to challenge those of you who are confident with the method! 

 

Please complete your Flash Back first, then mark it using the PowerPoint. 

 

To learn along with the Powerpoint, you will probably need a scrap piece of paper or you could use the back of your worksheet.

 

Once you have worked through the Powerpoint, please complete the worksheets. I will upload the answers so that you can check your work once you have finished.

 

Well done for being super, independent learners. Please upload a photo of your worksheets onto Class Dojo so that I can see how well you have understood today's lesson.

Monday 4th January 2021

 

Morning robins!

 

Today, you will be recapping using written methods for adding two 3-digit numbers, with no exchanges. This is the lesson I had planned for us to do together at school, but to adapt it for home learning I have put my teaching slides onto a Powerpoint and added pages for answers. Please read through the Powerpoint and have a go at answering the questions. The answers will be on the following slide. 

 

To learn along with the Powerpoint, you will probably need a scrap piece of paper or you could use the back of your worksheet.

 

Once you have worked through the Powerpoint, please complete the worksheets. I will upload the answers so that you can check your work once you have finished.

 

Well done for being super, independent learners. Please upload a photo of your worksheets onto Class Dojo so that I can see how well you have understood today's lesson.

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