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# Week commencing 4th May

Activity 1

Warm-up: Times tables rockstars. www.ttrockstars.com/

5 – a – day           Do what you can – ask an adult for help if you get stuck.

1) 6785 + 8913  =                               2) 1254 – 787 =

3) 4 x 8 =                                            4) 32 ÷  8 =

5) See picture below

Let’s continue, today we will look at Whiterose Maths - Week 2 - Lesson 1 – Fractions on a number line. Watch the video and complete the answer booklet. (Link below)

Activity 2

Warm-up: Times tables rockstars. www.ttrockstars.com/

5 – a – day        Do what you can – ask an adult for help if you get stuck.

1) 8985 + 2988  =                              2) 8054 – 6561 =

3) 3 x 7 =                                            4) 54 ÷  9 =

5) “The missing numbers for this number sentence could be the same number.”

15 + ___ =  25 - ___

What do you think?    Convince me!

EXT: What other solutions can you find?

Let’s continue, today we will look at Whiterose Maths - Week 2 - Lesson 3 – Fractions of a set of objects (1). Watch the video and complete the answer booklet. (Link below)

Activity 3

Warm -up: Times tables rockstars. www.ttrockstars.com/

5 – a – day         Do what you can – ask an adult for help if you get stuck.

1) 6785 + 8913  =                                  2) 1254 – 787 =

3) 4 x 8 =                                            4) 32 ÷  8 =

5) “The number 26 will not be in the sequence below.”

…52, 48, 44, 40, 36…

What do you think?    Convince me!

Let’s continue, today we will look at Whiterose Maths - Week 2 - Lesson 3 – Fractions of a set of objects (2). Watch the video and complete the answer booklet. (Link below)

Activity 4

Warm-up: Times tables rockstars. www.ttrockstars.com/

5 – a – day         Do what you can – ask an adult for help if you get stuck.

1) 8888 + 6524  =                                 2) 6854 – 7872 =

3) 6 x 5 =                                            4) 18 ÷  6 =

5) “The missing number for the number sentence below

must be greater than 50.”

____ ÷ 5 = 15

What do you think?    Convince me!

Let’s continue, today we will look at Whiterose Maths - Week 2 - Lesson 4 – Fractions of a set of objects (3). Watch the video and complete the answer booklet. (Link below)