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Friday

SPEEDY TABLES

Have a go at the 9x tables on BBC SUPERMOVERS

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-maths-the-9-times-table/zr2gt39

Times table test. Write out the questions and write the answers.

2 x  9 =

7 x 9 =

4 x 9 =

6 x 9 =

1 x 9 =

5 x 9 =

10 x 9 =

4 x 9 =

12 x 9 =

9 x 9 =

11 x 9 =

3 x 9 =

8 x 9 =

FLUENCY

Today, we're going to practise our multiplication method again.

Have a go at these questions into your book. The first one has been done for you.

PROBLEM SOLVING

Have a go at working this question out into your book.

I know that Alex/Dexter is correct because....

I know that Alex/Dexter is incorrect because...

I can prove my answer because I know that...... so.....

REASONING

45 x 6 > 38 x 8

True or false

CHALLENGE - If you've finished and want an extra challenge

Have a go at this challenge into your book
Make sure you prove it with calaculations and working out

We would love to see what you think

Remember you can post your ideas to our class blog or email to

learningyr4@victoriaparkschool.co.uk

You could write a story, make a comic, research a fact-file, write a poem...it is up to you!

Top Tips:

Plan your idea - make a map of the story arc so you know the journey your character is taking.

Don't forget detail - the more detail you add, the better the reader can picture your story. Use expanded noun phrases and subordinate clauses to help.

Vary those sentence starters - no reader wants to read the same sentence starter over and over again. Use fronted adverbials for when and where as well as adverb starters to keep your story flowing.

Use your senses - show sentences that use the characters senses (sight, sound, taste, feel and smell) to describe what is going on or how they are feeling.

Don't forget to send your stories to learningyr4@victoriaparkschool.co.uk

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