Having explored money yesterday, we are going to think about where money comes from.
We are going to think about different ways we can safely earn money.
Can you think of different jobs or ways you might end up getting money (for example getting some money for completeing a job, getting money for your birthday.)
After you have done your Gem Maths, you are going to continue to practice numbers to one hundred. Play Fastest Finger on your hundred square, seeing how many numbers between 90 and 100 you can identify in one minute.
Making Equal Groups
In order to be able to multiply and divide, you need to have an understanding of equal groups and how they can be arranged in different ways. This is because multiplication and division require the repeated addition, subtraction and organisation of equal groups.
The main purpose of today's lesson is to make sure you can recognise and explain when something is equal or not. You also need to be able to that equal groups can be arranged differently.
Find some objects from around you home and see if you can arrange them into equal groups. Then arrange the objects so one group is not equal. Can your child identify which group is unequal?
Practise this several times then try the questions below.
- Today we are going to write a range of statement sentences
Have a look on the curriculum page and see what you can find out.
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