Click on the link below to help you become a master at Roman Numerals:
We have been learning about the properties of 2d shapes. Because we can describe many of the properties, we are now able to sort the shapes according to their properties.
First, we used a Venn diagram to sort the shapes.
Then, we used a Carroll diagram (or as William called it, a Hilary diagram!) to sort the shapes further. We asked our partner to try and guess the criteria for our Carroll diagrams.
Use this link to practice mental arithmetic at home.
You can change the question types each time too! Think about which types of questions you need to work on s that you become a master in maths!
4CR know so much about fractions now! Last week they began to use their knowledge of fractions to help them with time. We are going to be learning about time over the next few weeks so here is a game that may help you:
4CR are really becoming masters in maths. Look at the way they are representing problems independently below. And this was just the anchor task!
We have spent lots of time learning about fractions including what a fraction is, equivalent fractions and more recently fractions of amounts.
Play this game, by finding the quotient for each calculation it will help you with finding fractions of amounts this week.
Do you want to give your brain a workout? If so, click on the link to play this maths game.
It will help improve you fluency skills. Why not play with somebody at home?