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Wednesday 1st July 2020

English

 For the next 2 sessions, you will be studying the well-known poem 'The Owl and the Pussycat' by Edward Lear. I'm sure many of you will know it, but either way you have 2 versions to listen to and watch anyway. 

Open the document to find out more about each activity. Enjoy!

Maths

Warm-up: Complete 3 rounds on Hit the Button division. See if you can beat your score each time. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button 

 

We are continuing to study short division with remainders. First, you are going to remind yourself how to write remainders as fractions. Watch the video below first, then answer the first page of the short division document. 

Division - remainders as fractions

The next part of the lesson is all about interpreting remainders based on the context of the question. That means that based on the scenario or story, you will have to decide how the remainder impacts the question, and whether you will need to round your answer up or down. The video below uses simple calculations but gets this point across. Once you have watched, complete the rest of the document. 

Interpret remainders appropriately for the context (round up or down)

This video give you an insight into whether you need to round up or down depending on the remainder and the context of the question.

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