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Numeracy

10 in 10: Complete the 10 question in 10 minutes.

  1. 23 + __ =  30
  2. 28 + __ = 30
  3. 19 + __ = 22
  4. 16 + __ = 22
  5. 34 + __ = 40
  6. 33 + __ = 40
  7. 35 + __  = 42
  8. 37 + __ = 47
  9. 39 + __ = 39

10. 50 + 3 =

I have attached a number line to 50 to help you answer these questions at the bottom of the document.

 

Times tables: Watch the video below.

2 Times Table Song - Percy Parker - Wave Your Arms In The Air With Percy - with animation and lyrics

2 x table

Can you answer the questions below?

0 x 2 =                       7 x 2 =

3 x 2 =                       9 x 2 =

5 x 2 =                       11 x 2 =

 

Numeracy

 

Learning Objective: I can understand how to divide even numbers into equal groups

 

I have highlighted some key words in our learning objective and I would like you to think about what that word means.

 

Divide __________________________________________________________________

 

Even numbers ______________________________________________________________

 

Equal groupings ______________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

Divide means to separate into groups.

 

Even numbers are numbers that end with 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8.

 

Equal grouping means to have the same amount of items in different groups.

 

 

 

Warm up: Looking at the picture below, I would like you to figure out how many boxes I would need if I wanted to separate these cans into 2 per box.

 

Let’s learn:

 

When I separate the cans into equal groups of 2 I can then count how many boxes I will need. As you can see in the picture above, after making 4 groups of 2 I now know I need 4 boxes.

It is really important to make sure our items are in equal groups in order for us to find our answers. 


Now let’s look at the vase of flowers above. I can see I have 12 flowers. I want to put these 12 flowers in bunches of 3. I want to know how many bunches I will have altogether.

Once I separate my flowers into groups of 3 I can see that I have 4 bunches of flowers.

 

Now you have a go:

I have 4 books that I want to put into groups of 2. How many piles of books will I have?

 

Once I separate my books into groups of 2 I can see that I will have 2 piles of books.

 

 

 

Can you work out the answers for the questions below? I shall attach the answers in a separate document below.

 

 

 

 

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Answers:

Challenge:

Answer these questions for an additional challenge:

Challenge answer:

Do not forget to send your work to me via the class email! I look forward to seeing your hard work.

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