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Maths Workbook Week beginning 8th June 2020

Maths Lesson 1: Monday 8th June 2020

A) Warm up! (5 – 10 minutes) Play Times tables on Hit the button: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button Practice x3 tables Can you beat your record?

B) Retrieval Practice (15 – 20 minutes)

Step 1) Metacognition – think it out! (2 minutes) Read the 3 questions in the grid below. In your home learning book, write the numbers 1), 2), 3), 4). Put a star next to the numbers if you think you will be able to answer them correctly. Put a question mark next to the numbers if you are not sure you will be able to answer them

correctly. Now your book will look like this (remember blue is book!):

Step 2) Retrieval Practice - work it out! (6 minutes) Work out the answers to these questions in your home learning book. You can try them in any order you like!

From Last Year From Last Term From Last Unit

1) Write this number in numerals.

Six hundred and two

2) Find the total of 367 and 488

3) If there are 8 oranges in a box. How many oranges in 4 boxes

Step 3) Feedback - check it out! (4 minutes) Now look at the answers for today’s Retrieval Practice and mark or correct your answers in

purple pen (or any colour will do).

C) Today’s Learning - Lesson 1: (BBC Bite size 1st June ) https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zm8g47h Fractions on a number line

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Learn

Placing fractions on a number line

Using a number line to show fractions can be a very helpful way to represent how a whole is divided equally into parts.

Remember, the denominator shows us how many parts there are in total and the numerator tells us how many parts

we are talking about.

A number line is a great way of seeing the order that fractions go in and allows us to compare fractions.

It works in the exact same way as a normal number line, but the numerators are the numbers that increase or decrease, while the denominators

stay exactly the same.

Example 1

Look at this number line. It starts at 0 and ends at 1, which represents the whole.

Do you notice how it is split into 5 parts?

That means our denominator must be 5. The numerators should go up in a consecutive order (one after each other).

This is what the fractions would look like when marked on the number line.

Now we can easily compare the fractions.

Which fraction is bigger ⅘ or ⅕?

If we look at the number line, we can clearly see that ⅘ is the larger fraction since it is closer to 1.

Example 2

Example 2

This number line has been split into eighths since there are eight parts, but we have a fraction missing.

What fraction needs to be marked on the number line?

The easiest way to work it out is by looking at the numerators. Since we know that the numerators have to go

up in consecutive order, we simply have to think about which number comes between 4 and 6.

It is 5. Therefore the missing fraction is ⅝

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Example 3

Take a look at this number line. The denominators are missing as well as some of the fractions.

To work out the denominators, we have to count how many parts the number line has been separated into.

There are 10 parts so the denominator must be 10.

Now let’s look at which consecutive numbers are missing and fill in the gaps.

Did you work out the

answers? ³⁄₁₀ ⁷⁄₁₀ ⁹⁄₁₀ are the missing fractions.

Step 2 Practise https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zm8g47h

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Which looks like this

Which looks like this. ( Either print and stick or simply copy into your book)

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And this

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Step 3) Use the answer booklet to mark your work. Make sure you mark or correct your answers in purple pen (or any colour will do).

Really look at any answers you got wrong. Work them through again. If you can’t see where you went wrong, write LU next to your work, take a photograph of it and

post it in your Class Dojo Page so that your teacher can help you.

Maths Lesson 2: Tuesday 9th June 2020

A) Warm up! (5 – 10 minutes) Play Times tables on Hit the button: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button Practice x3 tables Can you beat your record?

B) Retrieval Practice (15 – 20 minutes)

Step 1) Metacognition – think it out! (2 minutes) Read the 3 questions in the grid below. In your home learning book, write the numbers 1), 2), 3), 4). Put a star next to the numbers if you think you will be able to answer them correctly.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

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Put a question mark next to the numbers if you are not sure you will be able to answer them correctly.

Now your book will look like this (remember blue is book!):

Step 2) Retrieval Practice - work it out! (6 minutes) Work out the answers to these questions in your home learning book. You can try them in any order you like!

From Last Year From Last Term From Last Unit

1) Write this number in numerals Six thousand and twenty three

2) A boat went on a 565 KM journey. It travelled 431 KM. How many KM did it still have to travel?

There were 6 eggs in a box. How many eggs in 5 boxes?

Step 3) Feedback - check it out! (4 minutes) Now look at the answers for today’s Retrieval Practice and mark or correct your answers in

purple pen (or any colour will do). If you can’t see where you went wrong, write LU next to your work, take a photograph of it

and post it in your Class Dojo Page so that your teacher can help you.

C) Today’s Lesson (dated 2nd June) Lesson 2: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zfxw7nb Marking fractions on a number line above 1 Step 1)

In this lesson you will learn to think about fractions called mixed numbers, like 8 ½ or 6 ¾.

Often, we think of fractions as parts of a shape, but fractions are also numbers.

This lesson will help you understand how to find and place fractions on a number line.

In this video we will learn to place mixed numbers on a number line. We’ll compare 3 children’s ages and work

out who is the oldest.

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Watch the video to learn more on BBC Bite size https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zfxw7nb

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Which looks like this

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Which looks like this

Write your solutions in your book.

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Step 3) Make sure you mark or correct your answers in purple pen (or any colour will do).

Really look at any answers you got wrong. Work them through again. If you can’t see where you went wrong, write LU next to your work, take a photograph of it and

post it in your Class Dojo Page so that your teacher can help you.

Maths Lesson 3 Wednesday 3rd June

A) Warm up! (5 – 10 minutes)

Play Times tables on Hit the button: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button Practice x6 tables Can you beat your record?

B) Retrieval Practice (15 – 20 minutes)

Step 1) Metacognition – think it out! (2 minutes)

Read the 3 questions in the grid below.

In your home learning book, write the numbers 1), 2), 3), 4).

Put a star next to the numbers if you think you will be able to answer them correctly.

Put a question mark next to the numbers if you are not sure you will be able to answer them correctly.

Now your book will look like this (remember blue is book!):

Step 2) Retrieval Practice - work it out! (6 minutes)

Work out the answers to these questions in your home learning book.

You can try them in any order you like!

From Last Year From Last Term From Last Unit

1). Write in words

a) 403

b) 508

c) 6699

2)

Ben read 98 pages of hs

book. The book has 150

pages . How many pages

does he still have to

read?