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Here is a timetable I have put together to support your home learning. This is just an outline of activities and structure you can be following during the upcoming weeks.
Please find below some useful websites for your children to use.
The following website provides project ideas and learning to do with your child on a week by week basis.
Spend at least 15 minutes a day practising your times tables
Children can also access Numbots from the TT Rockstars platform. Numbots is good for developing and practising basic number skills for example number bonds and partitioning.
Choose a maths game to play each day.
Have a go at inventing your own maths game.
Link to maths games videos:
Column Addition and Subtraction
Make your own hundreds, tens and ones counters by drawing on counters you have at home or make some out of paper/card.
Practice column addition and subtraction with your hundreds, tens and ones, then have a go at drawing them out. Once you have done this, practise column addition and subtraction using just the numbers.
Why don’t you use a dice to generate your numbers and make some column addition and subtraction questions of your own!
Link to video for column addition and subtraction of 2 3-digit numbers:
Grid method and column method multiplication
Multiply a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number by making your own place value counters to help you. You can either draw on counters or make your own out of card/paper.
Once you have done this with counters, have a go by drawing them out.
Link to video:
Get some something you can use to share (counters/raisins/grapes etc….) Practise dividing by sharing and dividing by grouping.
Link to video:
Divide a 3 digit number by a 1-digit number by making your own place value counters to help you. You can either draw on counters or make your own out of card/paper.
Once you have had a go with counters, try it by just drawing out the counters. Then have a go practising with just the numbers.
Link to video for dividing a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number:
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