Starter 1: Daily 10 – 2 x tables - DIVISION
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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 revising quotients and remainders when sharing!
What is a quotient? .
The answer to a division problem is the quotient.
Look at the following example:
This time another friend comes to join 2 children.
• Share the 16 shells equally between them.
• You need to share 16 shells into 3 groups.
Now try these calculations to practise.
Record your answers in your workbook.
Now try these for the rest of today’s task:
Today, I would like you to finish your poem from last week with a final verse.
Read the last verse from the poem below to remind yourself of what the last verse looks like.
See if you can notice how it is different from the other verses. (You may want to highlight these for later if you can)
• Final verse: about the box used to store these memories / ideas within.
Now think of how you will describe your magic box.
Your task today is to write the final verse of your poem trying write it in a similar format to the original, describing the box.
Take today’s reading task time to explore a few new opportunities we have for you to continue reading at home.
Let your teacher know what you got up to and what things you tried for your reading task today.
The library section of the school website has been updated
Explore it to find something to read today.
Maths starter answers:
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