This week we have been looking through our books and the progress we have made since we started year 6. It is important to know what our aspirations are to help us to work towards achieving our job. What are your aspirations?
Category Archives: Maths
Today we have been given the challenge to solve division word problems. We know w e need to follow ‘RUCSAC’ to solve word problems. We are using our prior learning to aid us with the questions. We know too how to express our remainder as a fraction if needed. Do you know how to do division word problems?
This afternoon in R.E, we have been looking at the statistics of those who died during D- Day. We used column subtraction and column addition. Do you know how to do column addition?
This morning we have been recapping on improper fractions and mixed number fractions. We converted improper fractions into mixed number fractions and mixed number fractions into improper fractions. As well as being able to work out decimal equivalencies. Do you know what a decimal equivalence is?
This morning we have been doing short multiplication with decimal numbers. We have been multiplying decimal numbers together as well we have been rounding decimals to the nearest. Can you multiply decimal numbers together?
This morning we have been looking at prime numbers. We know what a prime number is. We identified numbers 1-100 that are prime numbers. Do you know what a prime number is?
This morning w have been looking at multiples and factors. We recapped on what the differences were between multiples and factors. Then we were able to find common multiples and factors of numbers. What is a factor?
This morning in Maths we have been looking at angles. We recapped that angles around a point always add up to 360. We were able to work out missing angles as well as identifying the angles as acute, obtuse or reflex angles. We were able to use a protractor and estimate angles too. Do you know what an acute angle is?
This afternoon we have been looking at data comprehension. We had a table that showed items that were rationed during World War 2. The table consisted of of what one person would have and how much it would cost. We were then given the challenge to work it out for 4 people. Can you work out how much it would be for a family of 5?
This morning we have been recapping place value in numbers with decimals. We have been mentally adding decimal numbers as well as comparing and ordering numbers. Can you order the numbers: 123.8, 123.808, 123.18 and 123.78?