For a starter today, you are going to practice all the numbers between 0 and 100. These numbers should be well practised by now so hopefully your child can quick write a lot of numbers accurately in one minute. Say numbers between 0 and 100 and see how many your child can successfully record in one minute.
We use arrays to introduce children to multiplication and division. They are a really useful way of representing repeated addition or sharing equally as children can see how the equal groups relate to one another. Today you are going to practice making some arrays where the rows and columns contain either two, five or ten. Watch the video below for an example.
The focus today is to ensure that your child can make an array with a consistent number objects in each row and column. Below are some example of maths talk - questions and things to discuss as you build arrays.
Once your child is confident at building and explaining arrays, complete the table below.
- Can you apply your knowledge of questions to write some of your own?
Which part of your body do you use to see with?
How do they allow you to tell the difference between different things?
When can you see things? When can’t you see things?
What can we use to change the way things appear to us?
Please go to the previous page on the Home Learning section and explore the science section to discover the different activities for the day including optical illusions.
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