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Good morning J3!

I hope you are all well and staying safe. I started my morning with a Joe Wicks PE lesson. He is doing this every day, 9:00-9:30 on You Tube, if you would like to join in with this. 

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

Remember, lots of websites are giving their resources away for free during our time off school so make sure you have a look at these.

As well as some school work, remember to do things such as baking, planting, colouring, reading, jigsaws, crafts and talking to/ playing with your family. smiley

I will keep updating our class page with things for you to do.

Keep safe and I will see you all when we are back to school.

Love from Miss Garbutt xx

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This week in Maths we are looking at fractions - Week 5.

A unit fraction has a numerator of 1 e.g. 1/2     1/3    1/4    1/6   

A non unit fraction has any number other than 1 for the numerator e.g.   2/3    3/4    4/5     2/6  

Can you find 1/2 of different numbers?

Can you find 1/5 of different numbers?

Can you find 2/3 of objects?

Can you find 3/4 of objects?

Use resources around your home to explore amounts of fractions.

 

An equivalent fraction is a fraction that is the same e.g.

1/2 is the same as 5/10 or 3/6.

3/4 is the same as 6/8 or 15/20.

Can you find any more equivalent fractions?

 

Can you split a number line into different fractions?

How many parts would you split a number line into for thirds/ fifths/ tenths/ sixths?

Do these parts have to be equal? Why?

 

Can you use your knowledge of equivalent fractions and number lines to create a number line with equivalent fractions on?

 

Week 6 - Fractions. 

 

What do all these fractions have in common?

5/ 10    4/8    3/6    10/20   50/100    2/4

 

What do these fraction have in common?

2/8      4/16    5/20    3/12    1/4    10/40

 

What do these fractions have in common?

3/9   10/30    6/18   4/12   12/36

 

Did you guess right?

The first set of fractions are all equivalent to 1/2, the second are equivalent to 1/4 and the third are equivalent to 1/3.

Using your times table knowledge, can you create some of your own equivalent fractions?

 

Which fraction is larger?

1/10 or 1/3?

1/6 or 1/2?

1/4 or 1/12?

The larger the denominator, the smaller the fraction. 

Imagine a cake, if you cut it into 12 pieces, the slice would be smaller than if you cut the cake into only 3 pieces.

 

Which is larger?

3/12 or 6/12?

4/5 or 2/5?

7/10 or 9/10?

 

Can you use < > and = to show which fractions are larger/ smaller than each other?

 

Look at the fractions below. Can you order them smallest to largest?

3/8   1/8   5/8   7/8

4/5    1/5    2/5   3/5

2/12   6/12   9/12   3/ 12

 

 

Our timetable:

Monday- Spelling Test.

 

Tuesday- Out door P.E. 

               Library books to be brought back.

 

Thursday - Indoor P.E, Maths and English homework due in.

 

Friday - Times Table Test.

              Maths Homework handed out. 

              English Homework handed out.

Our topic this half term is Heroes and Villains. We have been looking at where the best place for a secret lair would be and have spotted the cities the Superheroes have been hiding in around the UK.

 

We are currently using our shading techniques to draw a city scape. We can't wait to show you them when they are done!

 

In English we have been reading the book Gangsta Granny by David Wallaims.

We have loved reading this book and have written letters, descriptions, acted out a heist of our own as well as written out own heist story!

 

In Maths, we are focusing on addition and subtraction of 3 digit numbers. We are challenging ourselves by crossing over the 1s and 10s. 

 

 

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