This week during maths we have been learning how to use the column addition method. Please watch this video and use it to help your child to practise more at home.
Thank you for your support. There are also some My Maths column addition support activities too.
Now your child has practiced addition in columns without carrying, they are ready to understand why the ten needs to be carried across to the tens column.
Explain that any number greater than 9 can not be written in the units column. They will need to partition the number into tens and units and write the additional ten below the tens column ready to be added. Again reinforce that we always begin with the units column.
If they cross out the additional ten when adding, it will encourage fewer mistakes when adding mentally.
Watch the clip below to practice with your child.
Here is another great game to give a go. It needs you to identify either 5 verbs, 5 adjectives or 5 nouns. Can you blast the rocket?
Today I sent out a reminder password. Thank you so much to all the children who have been on my maths. I have also set some new tasks as a couple of children have finished them all! If you are having trouble accessing at home let us know and we can see if we can help. Thank you for your continued support.
This week in our SPAG sessions we have been learning about conjunctions. This fabulous can help you practice using them! Which ones can you use correctly?
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The school username is: phill
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Today in Science we made ‘sedimentary rock’ sandwiches. We learned how sedimentary rock was made and had a go at replicating that by pretending that the things we added to our sandwich were different layers or the rock.