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Week 4

Term 5 Week 4 - starting Monday 11th May

 

Hello Year 3,

 

This week in maths will be looking at Multiplying and Dividing 

Like before, for each lesson there is a powerpoint which is really clear to follow with a voice that explains everything on the slide.

 

If you have any problems just email me at   s.lewis@helmdon.org and I will help you as much as I can.  

Each lesson should take you an hour - just like at school.  

 

Times tables

Please carry on practising your x3 x4 x8 times tables every day. 

Ask an adult to test you. Use TT Rockstars or Hit the Button to help you.  Learn the related division facts.

 

Mathletics:

I will be adding lots of activities but do not feel you have to complete all of them in one go!

 

 

Monday

 

Today we are looking at Multiplying and Dividing by 4 and 8.

 

Like before, there is a voice that explains everything on the slide. Sometimes the voice will tell you to pause the slides and answer some questions on the worksheet before you carry on listening.  For the independent activity (the worksheet), make sure you don't Get the Answers' until you have finished all the questions.

To find your lesson do the following:

 

1. Click on the page link

2. Click on Summer term week 4   w/c 11 May

3. Find Lesson 1 and then click on the left hand image which is your slides that will explain today's lesson.

 

Listen to the man explaining and click to pause the slides when she tells you to answer some of the questions.

 

When you have finished all of the questions click on Get the Answers to see if you are right.

Lesson 1 Multiplying and dividing by 4 and 8

Tuesday

 

The lesson powerpoint for today's lesson is in the same place as yesterday - Summer term week 4 w/c 11 May . Today is Lesson 2 – Multiplying 2 digits by 1 digit

 

You may find today's lesson a little bit tricky. Remember that this is the first time you have tried this method - it will get easier the more you practise it but you CAN do it!

 

1. Click on the page link

2. Click on Summer term week 4 w/c 11 May

3. Find Lesson 2 and then click on the left hand image which is your slides that will explain today's lesson.

   

When you have finished all of the questions click on Get the Answers to see if you are right.

Lesson 2 - Multiplying 2 digits by 1 digit

Wednesday

 

The lesson powerpoint for today's lesson is in the same place as yesterday - today is Lesson 3 – Dividing 2 digits by 1 digit

 

Like yesterday, you may find today's lesson a little bit tricky. Remember that this is also the first time you have tried this method of dividing - like yesterday's multiplication it will get easier the more you practise it.

 

On the video, when he says to have a go at Questions 1-4  and 5 -7 you will find these on the worksheet on our class page.

 

Good luck!

Lesson 3 - Dividing 2 digits by 1 digit

Thursday

 

Today there are some multiplication and division problems. These problems involve scaling - which is a new word to us but it should hopefully be quite straightforward.

 

 Good luck!

Lesson 4 - Multiply and Division problems - Scaling

Friday

To finish the week, today we are going to go back to Summer Term - Week 3 (w/c 4th May) for our lesson so we can practise what we have learned about multiplying and dividing but this time using our 3 times table.

 

To find your lesson :

 

1. Click on the page link

2. Click on Summer term week 3   w/c 4 May

3. Find Lesson 4 and then click on the left hand image which is your slides that will explain today's lesson.

 

Listen to the man explaining and click to pause the slides when he tells you to answer some of the questions.

 

When you have finished all of the questions click on Get the Answers to see if you are right.

Lesson 4 - Multiply and divide by 3

How have you found multiplying and dividing this week?

Finish the week off with a bit of fun times tables practice. Choose the times table that you need to practise and race against the clock in this Times Tables Rally game

 

  • Times Table Rally GameHow many questions can you get right in a minute. Practise to see if you can beat your own score. GOOD LUCK

 


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