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# Maths

## Times Tables

## x 6

## x7

## x8

## x12

__Summer One - Week five__
## Monday 18.05.20 - Mental strategies to multiply by 5, 20, 6, 4 & 8

## Tuesday 19.05.20 - Mental strategies to divide by 5, 20, 6, 4 & 8

## Wednesday 20.05.20 - Properties of 2D shapes including polygons

## Thursday 21.05.20 - Describe properties of polygons

## Friday 22.05.20 - Properties of quadrilaterals

__Summer One - Week four__
## Monday 11.05.20 - Addition and subtraction of decimals (2dp)

## Tuesday 12.05.20 - Adding decimals (rounding and estimating)

## Wednesday 13.05.20 - Subtracting decimals (1dp)

## Thursday 14.05.20 - Properties of 3D shapes

## Friday 15.05.20 - Properties of prisms and pyramids

__Summer One - Week three__
## Monday 04.05.20 - Written Subtraction

## Tuesday 05.05.20 - Written Subtraction 2

## Wednesday 06.05.20 - Temperature

## Thursday 07.05.20 - Temperature 2

__Summer One - Week two__
## Monday 27.04.20 - Short multiplication

## Tuesday 28.04.20 - Short Multiplication (Money)

## Wednesday 29.04.20 - Short Division (3 digit)

## Thursday 30.04.20 - Short Vision (4 Digit)

## Friday 01.05.20 - Column Addition

__Summer One - Week One__
## Friday 24.04.20 - Multiples and factors

## Wednesday 22.04.20 - find non-unit fractions of amounts

## Monday 20.04.20 - find unit fractions of amounts

__Spring Two - Week Two__
## Friday 03.04.20 - Use equivalence to compare & order fractions

## Wednesday 01.04.20 - Rounding decimals to nearest tenth and whole

## Monday 30.03.20 - Adding decimals (formal method)

__Spring Two - Week One__
## Friday 27.03.20 - Counting on to subtract

## Wednesday 25.03.20 - Subtraction (formal method)

## Monday 23.03.20 - mental strategies for addition and subtraction

Welcome to Maths home learning. Everyday we will be setting a Maths task for you to try and complete at home. These tasks will mainly be areas that we have already covered in school which we would like to you keep practising. When and if we introduce something new, we will add some extra information to help guide you through.

Miss Ridgway's and Mrs Lally's top tips are to keep practising your times tables. We will add some times tables activities for you to work through at your own speed. If you are feeling really enthusiastic you could play on some My Maths games too or try setting yourself a goal of chanting a times table you are not confident with every day!

Take this opportunity and turn this into a positive by taking ownership of your own learning and having the time to practise any areas of Maths you don't feel confident. Enjoy!!

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