Year 3 have been working hard with their Maths. Exploring different ways to solve questions.
2020/21 Year 4 have been using SLSO to support their understanding of place value and addition of 4 digit numbers.
2019 - 2020
Year 4 have been using concrete numicon pegs to work out fractions of amounts.
Year 4 used their maths skills to work out the costs of the ingredients needed to do our Greek style cooking in D&T.
Year 4 used fraction pieces to work out a range of equivalent fractions.
Year 4 explored fractions further using concrete resources and applied this knowledge to an abstract representation.
Year 4 have been exploring fractions and have learnt a fraction is part of a whole. Just like a wheel is part of a car, so a wheel is a fraction of a car.
Year 4 have looked at worded problems and identified the key information to help us solve the calculations.
Mija, in Year 4, expertly demonstrated column method using stem sentences.
Year 4 always show resilience and independence when working with the concrete aparatus.
Year 4 took their learning outside and practised drawing Roman Numerals on the playground.
Year 3 used Learning By Questions to support their mathematical understanding of place value.
Year 3- Multipication and division using concrete, pictorial and abstract methods.
In Year 3 children led the learning explaining how to add and subtract fractions numerically and pictorially.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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