Tuesday 19th May 2020
Starter 1: Daily 10 – 3 x tables - DIVISION
check answers at the bottom of the page.
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 learning how to do short division (bus stop) method!
What is a quotient? .
The answer to a division problem is the quotient.
Look at the following example:
The balls need to be shared equally between 3 party bags.
The number being divided is 7 (=dividend)
3 is the number of groups (=divisor)
The quotient is 2 (on top of the bus stop/division symbol)
The 6 stands for the 6 balls that have been shared into the two groups.
Notice the short division layout!!!
In the next example, we will look at the layout using base-10 equipment ones.
13 ÷ 4
Watch these short division video clips and practise the correct division layout!
BBC Bitesize Video - https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p089pry0/bitesize-79-year-olds-week-3-4-maths-and-sikhism
Now try these for today’s task:
Today, I would like you to publish your final poem. Rewrite your poem in neat and add pictures and drawings to create a final piece of writing.
Be as creative as your poems are. You could type it up, write, paint it or create it in any other way you can imagine.
Send your final version to your teacher.
Go to https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvmy382
Listen to and read the text, then try having a go at activity 1 today.
We will be trying the other activities later this week.
Maths starter answers:
1. 9 2. 7 3. 9 4. 8 5. 9 6. 6