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W.C. 30.03.2020

The RESULTS are in for the Tournaments from Friday 3rd April!

1,670 for FOX and 1,696 for KESTREL

2,554 for BOYS and 505 for GIRLS

 

See below for the certificates!

WELL DONE AGAIN! 

WELL DONE FOX CLASS!

I can see all of the wonderful work you are all putting into your times-tables, and I have been enjoying watching the leader board scores change and rise each day!

Your speed times are all increasing and you are earning so many coins!

Super work, very proud of you all!

Mrs Lynaugh

 

P.S. watch out this Friday for more organised Times-Table Battles!

'Rock Name' Certificates for the Fox vs Kestrels Battle!!

Unfortunately, the certificates won't download for the Girls vs Boys battle, but well done to...

LANA ROSE 

and

TOMATO BELL

for scoring the most points in this battle! Super scorers!! :) 

Watch this CLIP from 'the start to 1 min 50 sec', and then 'from 3 min 10 sec to the end'.

This is another clip that I have found that might help explain multiplying fractions in a different way.

Multiply fractions by whole numbers

Multiplying Fractions -

Watch the video. This is a very useful clip, but only watch it until the ‘recipe part’, it is the example of the drawings and diagrams to help you that will be of most use.

Have you noticed, that MULTIPLYING FRACTIONS  is exactly the same as ADDING FRACTIONS? I told you this ‘Fractions Stuff’ was easy!

We have completed lots of learning around adding fractions! So for example, watch the magic take place:

 

Adding fractions would look like this        1/5 + 6/5 + 4/5 = 11/5 =

(which we all know, is exactly the same as…) 2 Whole Ones and 1/5

 

If we were to multiply, this is exactly the same as         

1/5 X 11 !! = 1/5 + 1/5 + 1/5 + 1/5 + 1/5 + 1/5 + 1/5 + 1/5 + 1/5 + 1/5 + 1/5 = 11/5 =

(which we all know, is exactly the same as…) 2 Whole Ones and 1/5

 

The Denominator ALWAYS stays the SAME when adding or multiplying fractions!

 

REMEMBER: the ONLY time we do the same to the numerator as we do to the denominator is when we are finding EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS, which are fractions that show/mean/are EXACTLY THE SAME!

03.04.2020 - 

Spend some time on TT Rockstars today –I am looking at your progress each day and will keep setting different tables for you to work on! I have also set two battles for you today, one for boys vs. girls in Fox class and one for Fox vs Kestrels! Have fun!
Use this time to also complete any of the extension task activities you’ve not yet managed to try out from this weeks work!

02.04.2020 - See below for the answers to Multiplying By an Integer worksheet number 3

02.04.2020 - Multiplying by an Integer worksheet number 3

01.04.2020 - See below for the answers to Multiplying By an Integer worksheet number 2

01.04.2020 - Multiplying by and Integer Worksheet Number 2

31.03.2020 - This is a Help Sheet that I have put together just incase you need another couple of examples of how to use diagrams when multiplying fractions.

31.03.2020 - See Below for answers to Multiplying by an Integer 1

31.03.2020 - Multiplying by an Integer QUESTIONS

30.03.2020 - See below for the answers to the online link questions - 1 to 6.

27.03.2020 - ANSWERS to the Extension Questions on Friday

30.03.2020 - WATCH the Multiplying Fractions CLIP. Have a go at answering Questions 1 – 6 on this link. Use the visual method shown as much as you can, drawing diagrams and colour coding to help you!

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