# Friday 1st May 2020

Maths

Starter 1: Daily 10 – 8 x tables - DIVISION

Starter 2:

How many multiplication and division calculations can you create using the number 48?

Remember to practise your 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 times tables and related division facts every day for the next few weeks!

Example: 2x2=4; 4/2=2

Today we’ll be solving division problems using known facts!

These are the arrays for 28:

Find all of the calculations in the fact family using the speaking frame for support.

Now try these for today’s task (Part 1):

Now try these for today’s task (Part 2):

Use <, > and = to complete the missing boxes.

24 ÷ 8  24 ÷ 4 + 4

32 ÷ 4  32 ÷ 8

64 ÷ 8  48 ÷ 8 + 2

Writing

Today you are going to write a paragraph about the second topic of your explanation.

Before you start explaining the facts and information of your second topic, remind yourself what the features of an explanation are.

Also, here is an example topic paragraph to remind you what it may look like.

(If you have aimed to write 3 then write that one today too.)

Try to write using as many of the features as you can.

You don’t need to write it under your work from yesterday because you will write a final draft of your explanation next week.

Read a different article that interests you from the magazine below.

AQUILA Magazine - https://view.joomag.com/aquila-childrens-magazine-magnificentmegamag-92pages/0684174001584550709

or

6x8=48; 8x6=48; 48/6=8; 48/8=6; 16x3=48; 24x2=48; 12x4=48

Maths answers; the arrays for 28:

7x4=28; 4x7=28; 28/4=7; 28/7=4

1.        There are 5 rows. 8x5=40

2.        There are 6 groups of beads. 24/4=6

3.        There are 8 dots in each row. 48/6=8

4.        There are 8 beads in each group. 24/3=8