Here are the answers for Monday’s maths work:
Maths starter activity:
The link below will explain everything you should need for today’s lesson.
It includes examples of bar models (pictures that help you see what is happening in a question):
The equation in the example above is read as “one half of 20 is equal to 10”
To find 1/4 of 20, simply divide the whole (20) by 4 (How many 4s are in 20?)
In the following example, you are searching for 1/3 of 48. First, a 10 counter is placed in each of the 3 parts of the bar model. Then, the remaining 18 are shared out equally:
If you need extra help, Log into Espresso. The username for Espresso is 'student29797' and the password is 'quinton'. Try searching “fractions of a set of objects”
Today’s maths work:
Answers to Prepositions work from Week 2 Day 1:
The PowerPoint answers were given as you went through the work. Here are the answers to the extension questions:
Today’s literacy task is a comprehension
Write your answers out in full sentences please. Read the text to someone and look up or discuss words that you do not know. Think about your handwriting too – it should be neat and joined. There are four different levels of penguin comprehensions to choose from:
There is also a simpler one that one or two in the class may need to try.
You may use a dictionary: