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Maths

The bird spotting sheet above can be used as is or you can make your own one.  I am aware you may not see all these birds from your homes but why not record the ones you do see or any animals in general.  You could keep a record on a particular day or for the whole week.  Why not write or draw the animal, write the number and record it as a tally.  Afterwards, you could turn this into a bar graph.  What other ways can you think of recording the data?  What questions can you ask about the data?  Could you share your graph and tables with your teacher and have them answer the questions you've asked?

 

The other sheets are there to help with times tables.  Please keep practicing them and logging onto Times Table Rockstar and Purple Mash.  Why not challenge your teacher to Times Table Rockstar?

Below are some maths questions to do daily. Please complete one 10-minute maths sheet a day and one arithmetic sheet a day. 
Above are the Math's lessons for this week.  Work through the powerpoints and the work is in the publisher document that the children can copy the questions into their books or onto a piece of paper.  This is the work we have been working on in class this week.  I am available via Dojo if you have any questions or need further guidance.  I have added notes in yellow boxes for parents to support you in your explanation to the children if they get stuck.
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