Wb Monday 29th June
This week, we are recapping on multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000! For some of you, you will remember how to do this. If you don't, watch the video carefully as it is really clear with how you do this! I have also added in a helpful pdf to show you how to calculate these types of questions!
Also visit Corbett Maths 5 a day for your daily starter. Select the appropriate challenge for you then off you go! Be sure to check on the link to mark your answers.
Watch the video bellow on multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000. You don't have to watch all of it as you don't usually multiply by 1000 until year 5. However, there are a few multiply by 1000 questions so feel free to have a go. It's no more tricky really - just watch the video carefully. The extension task for today is a Classroom Secrets discussion task.
Definitely re-watch the video if you found yesterday difficult. If you're finding the worksheets too tricky then download the helpful guide below. It really helps you to understand how to multiply by 10 and 100. Then practise multiplying 1 digit numbers by 100 (e.g. 6 x 100 = 600) This will help you see what you have to do. The activity for this session is the Classroom Secrets homework task. Choose 2 different levels to complete. Your extension task is the spot the mistake task on the pdf below.
D - Level 1
E - Level 2
GD - level 3
Session 3 -
Hopefully by now you are confident with multiplying by 10 and 100. You will now complete the Classroom Secrets fluency task. Remember to select the level of challenge which is suitable for you. I then have put in a Gareth Metcalfe reasoning problem in the extra tasks pdf below for an extension activity.
Session 4 -
Final session is the same as yesterday, except you will complete the Classroom Secrets problem solving worksheet before completing the final extension activity of the week. Remember, the extension activities are optional. Feel free to keep on practising multiplying by 10 and 100 as that is the important bit to have learnt this week!
Session 5 - Gareth Metcalfe daily maths lesson.