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MONDAY 15TH JUNE 2020

SPEEDY TIMES TABLES.

This week we are focusing on our 8 TIMES TABLES.

There will be a times table test on FRIDAY so make sure you're practicing.

 

WARM UP

 

 

FLUENCY

 

Today, we will be recapping division.

 

Don't worry if you find this tricky - we'll have more practice of this over the next few weeks.

 

PROBLEM SOLVING

 

a) A teacher asks some children to arrange 36 chairs into rows of nine chairs.

How many rows will there be?

 

b) A photographer prints 96 photographs to arrange in an album.

Each page will contain 8 photographs.

How many pages will be used?

 

 

c) There are 68 tennis balls in a tub.

The tennis balls are organised into sets of four tennis balls.

How many sets will there be?

 

 

WARM UP

 

Find and correct the misspelt words in this passage: 

 

My house has chiken legs. To or three times a year, without warning, it stands up in the midle of the knight and walks a way from where we've bin living. It mite walk a hundrd miles or it mite walk a thousand, but where it lands is always the same. A lonly, bleak place at the edge of civilisation. 

 

Taken from 'The House with Chicken Legs' by Sophie Anderson. 

Authorfy 10 minute Challenge!

 

The Authorfy website has teamed up with authors of all your favourite books to come up with writing challenges for you to try.

 

This week, take a look at these two challenges from the website: https://authorfy.com/10minutechallenges/

 

Swapna Haddow challenges you to write from the perspective of an animal. What would the world look like to an ant? Or an elephant?!

 

Nicola Skinner asks you to imagine waking up in 100 years time in your favourite room. What would it look like?

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