**Ongoing Activity:**

**TT Rockstars - **Online times-table practise.

**Numbots**

**Friday 24th April 2020**

Today we are going to look at a mixture of arithmetic problems **(A and B activities)**. Remember, you don’t have to print anything off, just write the number sentence you have used and any working out. For the questions involving time write the answer in words. Draw the coins for the money questions. Choose which activity suits you best **A activity **is more challenging. **Activity C is **looking at number bonds within 10.

__Things to think about__

Is there such a thing as a 14p coin or a 3p coin ?

Are these numbers odd or even 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 ?

Are these numbers odd or even 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 ?

Do you know ½ of 2 and ½ of 4 . Do you then know ½ of 24?

__Thursday 23rd April__

__Warm Up__

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjkphbk/articles/zf4sscw - Karate Cats Maths

**Main activity**

Today we are going to look at bar models and how we can use them to help us with word and reasoning problems **(A and B)**. Look at the activities, choose the one which is better for you (**A** is more challenging). The **C** activity is looking at bar modelling to 10 (feel free tochange the numbers if it is too easy). You do not need to write out the questions but I would like you to draw the bar models neatly in your book along with the number sentence you would use to work out the answer. Ask an adult if you need help to draw the bar model.

**Wednesday 22nd April 2020**

**Warm up**

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjkphbk/articles/zf4sscw - Karate Cats Maths

__Main Activity__

**Wow! What a super effort with your Numbots the other day. It was great to see nearly everyone have a go. Well Done! Feel free to have a go independently (remember to ask your grown ups).**

Today we are going to have go at some missing numbers problems and subtraction problems. Choose A,B or C (A is the most challenging). Remember to show working out and use resources (pasta,marbles etc). Write the number sentences with answers in your books. The answers are attached.

**Tuesday 21st April 2020**

__ Warm up__: https://www.ictgames.com/sharkNumbers/mobile/index.html (place value).

Choose the numbers to work with that suit you best. You can still play 'Funky Mummy', from last week, if you want to.

__Main Activity__

On Friday (17^{th} April), you chose from quiz A and quiz B addition and subtraction calculations to answer. You answered questions 1 to 12. Try questions 12 to 24 on the sheet that you had previously chosen. I have also added another **quiz C**, if anyone was finding the other questions too tricky. Remember to write the number sentences and answers in your books. You do not have to print anything off. Also remember to use working out by drawing or using a strategies to help you. The answers are attached.

**Monday 20th April 2020**

__ Warm up__: https://www.ictgames.com/sharkNumbers/mobile/index.html (place value).

Choose the numbers to work with that suit you best. You can still play 'Funky Mummy', from last week, if you want to.

**Main Activity**

Year 2,3 and 4 will be carrying out similar tasks today, to help learn number facts. I want you to log into TT Rock Stars, select Numbots and spend some time (a minimum of 10 minutes) in the 'Story' section.

After that, spend the next 15-20 minutes or so in the 'Challenge' zone. Some of you might find it a bit easy at the beginning but it does get trickier!

Good luck! I will have a look tomorrow to see how each of you have done.

**Friday 17th April 2020**

**Warm up**: https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/funkyMummy/index.html (+ up to 20)

**Main Activity**

There are two maths quizzes you can choose from. Quiz A is addition and subtraction facts to 20. Quiz B is more challenging and involves addition and subtraction with numbers beyond 20. There are 24 questions in each. Try questions 1-12 on either quiz (less if you are finding it tricky). Write down the number sentences in your book . Think about using number lines, bar models, sticks and stones (10's and 1's) etc. The answers are attached to the questions but do not peek. If you need some help, look back to 25th March-Parent Support.

**Thursday 16th April 2020**

**Warm up**: https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/funkyMummy/index.html (+ up to 20)

**Main Lesson** : To measure length and height to the nearest centimetre (cm).

**Activity**

Choose a variety of objects and practise measuring the length using a centimetre ruler.

Remember to line up the object to the zero mark on the ruler e.g.

How long is the pencil to the nearest cm?

__Discuss__

Why is it important to start measuring from zero on the ruler?

How can the numbers on the ruler help us?

__Question__

How tall is the glass?

Find other objects to measure the height of?

**Activity**

In your books draw a line that is:

- 5cm long
- 8cm long
- longer than 4cm but shorter than 7cm
- a rectangle that has 2 long sides 8cm long and 2 short sides 4cm long

__Discuss__

How long is this piece of string?

How can you find out?

Would the length of the string change if you changed how it is lying on the ground?

__Question__

Wilf has used a ruler to measure the length of the car.

Wilf says the car is 8cm long.

Do you agree?

Explain your answer in your book.

**Wednesday 15th April 2020**

**Lesson - Find a third**

Watch the video. The teacher will tell you when to pause but feel free to pause (and watch) as often as you wish. The ‘Flashback 4’ part of the lesson will be questions on work we have covered previously, before going onto the main part of the lesson. Stop the video at 2:50 mins and jump to 3:00 mins before finally stopping at 7.00 mins.

**Link to Video:**

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/ **NB you will find the video in Week 2 : Lesson 2**

Now try either Activity A or B. Activity B is more challenging. Remember to use resources (marbles,lego stones) to represent the objects in the questions. Where possible, write the fraction sentences you used in your Home Learning book.

**Tuesday 14th April 2020**

**Lesson : Finding ¾**

Watch the video. The teacher will tell you when to pause but feel free to pause (and watch) as often as you wish. The ‘Flashback 4’ part of the lesson will be questions on work we have covered previously, before going onto the main part of the lesson. Please use resources if you need to. They use lego as a resource in this video but you can use anything from pasta to marbles.

**Link to Video:**

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Choose either A or B. Activity B is slightly trickier.

**A )**

Watch video up to 7 mins 39 secs then try questions 3-5, **‘Get the Activity’** . Write the fraction sentences and any working out in your books (not just the answers) e.g. ¼ of 8 = 2.

**B)**

Watch the video and answer questions 3-9,**’Get the Activity’**. Write the fraction sentences and any working out in your books (not just the answers) e.g. ¼ of 8 = 2.

**Friday 27th March 2020**

**4 9 12**

**Choose one of these numbers and write as many number facts as you can e.g. **

** ****9**

**5+4=9**

**25-16=9**

**Remember to use addition , subtraction ,multiplication and fraction sentences.**

Look at word problem sheets A, B and C and choose which is best for you. Try as many as you have time for. If A and B look too tricky, stick with C.

Remember to write the calculations you used to find the answer as well as using drawings, bar models and number lines.

Fred makes 3 plates of scones. There are 2 scones on each plate. How many scones did he make altogether?

6 | ||

2 | 2 | 2 |

3 x 2 = 6

Have look at the addition and subtraction sentences write 2 or 3 addition and 2 or 3 subtraction sentences from section A, B and C in your book. Try to show your working out particularly for section C. If you find section C tricky concentrate on section A and B .

**Halves and quarters using bar models**

Look at both A and B 'Halves and quarters of amounts' and decide which is right for you. Draw the bar models in your home learning books (use a ruler). Fill in the blank spaces in the bar models.** **Try the extension activity if you feel confident.

**Monday 23rd March 2020**

Non-Unit Fractions

Look at both A and B non-unit fractions and decide which is right for you (it may be a mixture of both). If you feel that the activities might be too tricky for you look the Year 1 maths activities. Where possible write out the questions and answers in your books.

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