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Times tables

We're focusing on learning the 6 times table. You can pick one (or more if you like) of the activities below. 

Hopscotch

If you have some chalks at home, have a go at making a hopscotch grid. Throw a stone onto the grid and hop to that number. When you get there say what that number is multiplied by 6!

 

6 times table fortune teller

Have a go at making a fortune teller, you can either print off this frame or have a go at making your own. 

White Rose

This week we are still working on fractions. We start with addition fractions and then subtracting fractions. After that the learning moves onto problem solving. Make sure to watch the film clips before each lesson as they're very helpful. If you're not able to print out the sheets at home, have a go at working as if you're sharing the sheet with a learning partner, work off the screen and write your answers on a separate sheet. Remember to put the title at the top of the page so you know what work you were doing when you look at it later. 

 

I'd love to see all your hard work from home. Keep your work safe in a folder and then bring it in to show me when we get back to school! 

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