UPDATE: Thank you for the comments so far on the Google feedback form. I have saved the maths as PDFs as well so the layout should hopefully be ok if you are opening them from phones.
Thank you EL, AT, RB, EMF, JS, HH and EW for completing the quiz! I'm glad to hear you are finding it easy!
Great work mathematicians! I am pleased to see you all challenging yourselves to work on harder tasks! Way to go with doing the reasoning questions as well. Well done to JB and KP for completing multiple levels!
JS - I like your reasoning!
XS- super work!
HH - good reasoning!
More maths work from EW and HC! Good reasoning skills!
Impressive maths work Year 6!! I can clearly see that all of you are able to make the links between fractions, decimals and percentages! Well done to those of you who have done challenges and more than one level too!! (Wednesday work)
AT- Perfect! Just check last one 1.00 = 100%
AT- Impressive maths! Check your < and > signs. Example 4> 2.
AT- Impressive reasoning!
AT- Always good to see working out!
AT- WOW! Great job at the challenge! Glad to see you tackle these!
AG- Perfection! Great reasoning too! Just check your < and > signs.
HH- Great understanding! Super work!
EF- Super work!! Great understanding of F, D and P! Stay tuned tomorrow for a challenge!!
DB- Perfect fluency work!
DB- Nice diagram and reasoning!
DB- Impressive reasoning!
DB- Wow, wow, wow.
SA - Great work on the equivalents! Check the bottom with the < and > signs.
KP- Perfect! Fantastic fluency! It's all correct!
KP- Perfect yet again! It's all correct!
KP- Great reasoning!
KP- More impressive reasoning!
KP- even more fantastic reasoning!
XS- Great work! It's all correct!
SS- Good reasoning!
IL- Great understanding of fractions, decimals and percentages.
IL- More great fluency work. Double check the decimals at the top. They should be 0.___
IL- Great fluency work! Check your decimals at the bottom. 1/2 = 50% so as a decimal=0.5
Thank you RB, EW, AT, AG, IS, DB, SS and SA for completing today's maths quiz! Great work!
I have received some comments about needing more support with division and we will go over that next week.
28.01.21 - Thursday
First warm up! Try the flashback 4
Order fractions, decimals and percentages
Today, we are going to learn about ordering fractions, decimals and percentages. We will look at how to compare them and then how to put them in an order such as ascending (smallest to largest) or descending (largest to smallest).
I can recognise percentages, fractions and decimals in pictorial representations.
I can convert a fraction into a percentage by making equivalent fractions.
I can convert a fraction and a percentage into a decimal by dividing.
I can order fractions, decimals and percentages by the size.
I can compare fractions, decimals and percentages.
I can reason and solve problems with ordering fractions, decimals and percentages.
Happy Friday!! Last maths lesson for this week! Before we start, I'd just like to say a huge WELL DONE to all year 6 for being rockstars! You've all worked really hard and persevered as there was some tough challenges this week!
First warm up! Try the flashback 4
Today, we are going to learn about finding a percentage of an amount. This is usually seen in sales! A lot of stores will say 50% off or 25% off. But how do we know if those are good deals? Well, we learn about finding percentages of these amounts!
Percentages of amounts
I can find 50% by halving the amount (dividing by 2).
I can find 25% by dividing by 4.
I can find 10% by dividing by 10.
I can find 1% by dividing by 100.
I can reason and solve problems with percentages of amounts.
We can find fractions of amounts using bar models.
Watch the video below:
Percentages without a calculator - Corbettmaths
This video shows how to find percentages of amounts that are typically asked on non-calculator exams. This video shows how to approach more difficult questio...
The important stuff!! Write this down! click to enlarge
Well done Year 6! Ending the week with a bang! Great work!! I'm impressed that you are pushing yourselves to do the challenges as well! Shout out to KP for completing multiple levels!
FS-Great work!! It's all correct!
HH-Well done! Great understanding and reasoning!
RW- You got this!! Great notes to help you too!
RW- Great understanding and reasoning!
AT- Great work! I love the notes you have written down to help you! Excellent fluency!
AT- Impressive maths!
AT- Excellent work! You solved the problem solving challenge!!
EF-More fantastic work from you! It's all correct!
AG- Great fluency and reasoning today! Check the working out of question 2 bar models.
JS- WOW! You got this!! It's all correct! Great reasoning too!
JS- Look at you go!! Great work today!
SA- Great work!! It's all correct!!
KP- Impressive! Check the value of C.
KP- Great fluency! Swap 45p and £4.50 and you're all good.
KP- More great fluency! All correct!
KP- Great fluency! It's all correct!
KP- Great work again! Check 3a and b. I think you put the number in the wrong box.
KP- Perfect fluency!
KP- You've solved the problem solving challenge!
KP- Great job at this fluency challenge!!
HC- Great work! Check half of 35.
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