Mrs M Power
20th April – 1st May
Mrs M Power can be contacted during school hours by emailing email@example.com
This is an outline of work for the next 2 weeks.I hope everyone is safe and well and that I’ll see you all again soon!
Mrs. M. Power
Daily Mental Maths:(this should be completed every day)
1. This game is called Daily 10.
It covers addition, subtraction, ordering, partitioning, digit values (place value), rounding, multiplication, division, doubles, halves and fractions. 2. Tables Champion (this also should be completed everyday)
Revise the following tables: Multiplication:
×2, ×3, ×4, ×5, ×6, ×7, ×8, ×9, ×10
3. Hit The Button
Games including number bonds, timetables, doubling, halving, multiples etc
Toy Shop Money Game
Use coins to make up varying amounts to buy toys.
In the second activity you must work out the changeDon’t forget to change the currency to Euro!
Rocket Rounding Game
Rocket Rounding is a multiple-choice game which focuses on rounding numbers to tens, hundreds and whole numbers.
There are two alternative game modes. The first features a number line which provides an excellent introduction to the concept of rounding.
The second mode is more challenging as children have to round numbers without a visual indication.
Levels progress from rounding “Up to 99 to the Nearest 10” to “Up to 9.9 to the Nearest Whole Number”.
Rocket Rounding is tablet friendly.
For the best experience press the full-screen icon in the top right corner of the game.
Teaching Clock Game
The digital clocks can be viewed in either the 12-hour or 24-hour format. Each of the three clocks can be set to show the current time, or any given am or pm time. Children can use it to read or set various times. Pupils can be asked to show various times, such as an hour earlier or later.
Telling the Time
Read the time on an analogue clock: to the hour, to the half hour, to five minutes and to the minute and draw the hands on a clock face to show these times.
Read the time in words: to the hour, to the half hour, to five minutes and to the minute and draw the hands on a clock face to show these times.
Answer word problems involving adding and subtracting periods of time and finding the duration of events
Time Word Problems. Solve word problems involving adding time and finding elapsed time.
Read and interpret timetables. Interpret a bus timetable and answer questions involving finding elapsed time and adding time.
- Practice telling the time in five -minute intervals on the digital and analogue clock
- Create a time- table of your day using the digital clock
- Calculate the number of minutes you spend watching your favourite T.V programme
- Write the following times in digital form:
three o’clock, half past four, quarter past twelve, quarter to five, twenty past six, ten past seven, twenty-five to nine, ten to eight