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Maths

Day 5

Day 5 is finally here! After today you will have completed a whole week of home learning! For maths today you are adding 3-digit numbers. Don't forget to use your column method skills and carry over if needed. 

Day 4

Good morning children! Nearly a whole week done now of home learning, your day 4 task is based on place value with the platinum sending you into the thousands! I can't wait to see what kind of work you produce, just remember to take you time, read the questions carefully and look at where the symbols are in the calculation. Also if you can't remember what the word partition means, it means to split apart the number into ones, tens and hundreds.

 

You also need to use your column addition skills and don't forget you may need to carry over. Best of luck!

Day 3

Good morning Octopi, for maths today you are looking at horizontal and vertical lines, if you are struggling to remember which is which, remember our little tip we learned, when looking out at the horizon, you can see a horizontal line where the sky meets the ground, as shown in the picture below. Keep up the great work and if you have any questions let me know via the contact form.

Day 2

Hello again Octopi, here is your maths for today, similar activities but today focusing on 3-D shapes. If you have any questions please get in touch via the contact form or email me smiley

 

 

Day 1

Hello children! It's day 1 of your home learning and here are a few hints to help you with your maths work.

 

Silver is a matter of counting the edges and remembering the name of the shape that has that many sides. Remember one shape sounds like our class name Octopus. Hmmmm, octopus have 8 legs I wonder what shape has 8 edges?

 

Gold requires you to know the difference between an edge and vertices. For this you should remember that a vertex is where two edges meet and that should provide you with an answer.

 

It also asks you to describe the angles and Platinum requires your angle knowledge to. For this I have included some photos from our prior learning that will remind you what an angle is. That should be enough to help you with your work today. If you have anymore questions remember to use the contact form to get in touch.

 

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