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Week Beginning 25th January 2021 - Dynamic Division βž—

Monday 25th January 2021

 

LO: To be able to divide a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number 

 

I can remember to:

- share amounts equally so that each group has the same amount

- partition the 2-digit number

- divide the tens (10s)

- divide the ones (1s)

- combine to give the total

Once you've finished your work, have a think about today's 'True or False?' Quiz by clicking the link

 

You can upload a photo of your whizzy maths work by clicking HERE.

 

 

Some fantastic work today. Well done, Aslans!

Tuesday 26th January 2021

 

LO: To be able to divide a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number 

 

I can remember to:

- share amounts equally so that each group has the same amount

- exchange 10s so that the tens and ones are easy to divide

- divide the tens (10s)

- divide the ones (1s)

- combine to give the total

Once you've finished your work, have a think about today's 'True or False?' Quiz by clicking the link

 

You can upload a photo of your whizzy maths work by clicking HERE.

Wedesday 27th January 2021

 

Today we are going to explore what we have learned further and practice using the methods learned on Monday and Tuesday.

 

LO: To be able to divide 100 into 2, 4, 5 and 10 equal parts

 

I can remember to:

- use a place value grid to divide 100 into equal parts

- use the partitioning method to divide 100 into equal parts

- use a 100 grid to divide 100 into equal parts

- notice patterns

 

Today there is not a worksheet so get yourselves a whiteboard and pen or a pencil and piece of paper and use the video to complete different activities. Make sure that you pause to give yourself plenty of thinking time. It is quite a long video today but remember the video is the lesson and there are lots of fun activities to complete as we go along.

 

You can share your whizzy work on the form here

There is a problem solving quiz for you to complete here

FAAAAANNNTASTIC work today!

Thursday 28th January

 

Before we start today’s lesson, watch this great video from Amber at Maths 4 Kids to recap using groups and arrays for diving.

Todays’ lesson will focus on how to divide numbers that don’t divide equally. Watch the video to see an explanation of a remainder:

LO: To be able to divide with a remainder

 

I can remember to:

- share an amount into equal groups

- count what is left over as the remainder

- use a number line to count back in groups

 

You can share your whizzy work on the form here

There is a True or False quiz for you to complete here

A big SUPERMAN to all of you that completed the learning today. Your working out was so clear and it was fantastic to see you using, 'make it, draw it, write it' to make sure that you had a really good understanding of division with remainders!

Friday 29th January 2021

 

Happy Friday Aslans! Well done on all your whizzy division work this week! I’ve been blown away!

 

L/O: to be able to use bar models to show scaling

 

I can remember to:

- compare amounts

- use bar models to calculate parts of amounts

- use bar models to calculate total amounts

 

You can share your whizzy work on the form here

 

There is a True or False quiz for you to complete here

A brilliant end to the week! So great to see so many children completing all of the challanges! What whizzy workers you all are! Remember with scaling that you are finding how many times bigger something is, not the difference

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