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For our first week, we will be learning a new times table! By now, we are professionals at our 2, 5 and 10 times tables so now it is time to explore our 3's!

Complete the activities for Wednesday and Thursday and make sure to send me your work on p.wilks@johnhunt.notts.sch.uk

Love Miss Wilks x

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Before you begin your Maths lesson

Do a big stretch! Shake your fingers and get the blood to your brain flowing. You have your fluent in 5 booklet to begin your morning. Can you check your answers and correct any mistakes? I have attached your booklet each day. If you don't have a printer then you can just copy out the questions.

 

Fancy a challenge? Ask someone (a grown-up or sibling) to pick any number. Answer the following questions:

 

  • What is one more?
  • What is one less?
  • What is ten more?
  • What is ten less?
  • Can you count on from this number in 2's?
  • What other similar questions can you think of?

 

Do some counting in your 2's, 5's, 10's and 3's. Follow these links to warm your brains up:

Fluent in 5 for the term 

  • Ensure you complete 1 page per day
WEDNESDAY
  • Welcome to your first home learning lesson! Today, you will need to watch the videos (perhaps more than once) to learn your 3 times tables
  • Once you feel confident, could you write your times tables out? What is the largest number you can get to?
  • There are additional activities for you to enjoy afterwards
  • Remember to send me your work on p.wilks@johnhunt.notts.sch.uk

3 Times Tables

3 Times Tables

3 Times Tables

THURSDAY
  • Can you make a multiplication flower for your 3 times tables?
  • Put the number 3 in the middle and then what you are multiplying it by above
  • There are lots of examples to help you. I can't wait to see them!

How To Make A Multiplication Flower

        

 

 

FRIDAY

  • Just like in school, on Friday's we will split into our 'Maths groups' for our arithmetic practice 
  • If you are in Mrs Parkes group then you should complete the first page of the arithmetic paper
  • If you are in my Maths group then you should complete both pages of the arithmetic paper
  • And if you are in Mrs Parker's group, then you can complete the paper and try the challenges below too! 
  • Make sure to use all of the methods we have been practising in class (e.g. sticks and bricks)
  • Check your work once you have finished and send me a photograph of your completed work smiley
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