**Please email if you have any problems or if you want to show your work for correction**

olivia.lindon@warrenmountprimary.com

The following are some games to practise tables and number bonds :

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/multiples-and-factors

**Tables:**

**Revise x9 Thursday and Friday this week**

Each class group will revise their 8 times tables next week. Use your speedy tables board for daily practise.

**3rd Class**

Do 2 rows of x8 **speedy tables** on Monday, 3 on Tuesday, 4 on Wednesday/Thursday and Friday

Do **Mental Maths Tests 19 and 22 **today and tomorrow

Then do tests **23 to 26** each day Monday to Thursday (If you can,email them on Friday)

**Maths Together Worksheets**: Chapter 6: Halves ,Quarters & Eights

***Look at how we can use our multiples of 4s to get a quarter of a number** on **page 6-7**

Share means divide. Each portion/share must be equal. 8 divided by 4. Count in 4s until you get to 8 : 4,8

You get 2 counts of 4. That means that 8 divided by 4 is 2.

What would 16 divided by 4 be? Count in 4s: 4,8,12,16. 4 counts of 4. So 16 divided by 4 is 4. Try it for 24 and other multiples of 4 eg 12,36,20,28,32.

***Remember you can also get ¼ of a number by halving it and halving it again (half it twice)**

Look at the fraction wall. Start at the bottom with the eights. 2 eights is the same as how many quarters? See what 2/8 match to above. Thats right! ¼

Now do the same for 4/8 - how many quarters/halves does it match?

**Page 6-8**

This page revises **½ s** and **¼ s** and introduces **⅛** . Each slice = ⅛ so 3 slices =⅜

***Next week:**

**Page 6-9 **Colour ⅛ and draw a line to divide the shapes in ½ and colour one half

**Page 6-10 **Draw a loop around ⅛

- Count how many are in the set
- Divide that number into ⅛ s by halving the amount and halving it 3 times
- You can also count in 8s up to the number like we did with our multiples of 4

Eg 16 divided by 8: count in 8s : 8,16 The answer is 2.

**Page 6-11 **Practice your division by 8. Simply count in 8s to the number so

40 divided by 8 is 8,16,24,32,40 ie 5! Try to memorise some.

** **Remember if 8x5=40, then 5x8=40 and 40 divided by 8=5 and 40 divided by 5=8**

**Page 6-12 Revise ½, ¼ and ⅛ . **Can you say what fraction is shaded? Sometimes you will be able to say it several ways** eg 4/8 or 2/4 or ½ **

https://ie.ixl.com/math/class-1/simple-fractions-what-fraction-does-the-shape-show

**4th Class**

**Revise x9 Thursday and Friday this week**

Next week revise x8. Do 2 rows of x8 **speedy tables **on Monday, 3 on Tuesday, 4 on Wednesday, 5 on Thursday and Friday

***Keep practising long multiplication every day or 2. Use you 8s**

**24 32**

**X8 ****x28 **Keep the numbers low for practise.Send me a photo of work by email

**Topic: Data**

https://ie.ixl.com/math/class-3/interpret-bar-graphs

https://ie.ixl.com/math/class-3/create-bar-graphs

https://ie.ixl.com/math/class-3/interpret-pictographs

https://ie.ixl.com/math/class-3/create-pictographs

Do **some** activities from **chapter 11** in your **Cracking Maths book p.70 to 82**

**Make your own survey of Favourite Colour/Singer/Meal etc. Ask your family members or friends by text if needed. Create a bargraph of your findings.**

**5th/6th Class**

**Revise x9 Thursday and Friday this week**

Next week revise x8. Do 3 rows of x8 **speedy tables **on Monday, 4 on Tuesday and Wednesday, 5 on Thursday and Friday

Do **Mental Maths** daily

P.32 Mon 1-12 today **Thursday**

P.32 Mon (word probs at the bottom) on **Friday**

p.32 Tues 1-12 on **Monday**

p.32 Tue (word probs at the bottom) on **Tuesday**

p.33 Wed 1-12 on **Wednesday**

P.33 Thurs 1-12 on** Thursday**

P.33Wed and Thurs (word probs at the bottom) on **Friday**

**Topic: Decimals**

**Worksheet 10.3: **

number 1: What is the value of the underlined figure

***Be careful! the no. to the left of the point is only a unit, **after **the point is 1/10 or 1/100

Number 2: Express a decimal as pence or cent

Number 3: Express a fraction of money. Some are mixed numbers ie 1 1/10 =1.10

Number 4:Express an amount involving ⅕ s as a decimal. Convert ⅕ to 1/10s first

**(hint double top and bottom eg ⅗ =6/10 )**

**Worksheet 10.4:Introducing 1/100 =0.01**

Number 1 write the numbers shown on the abacus as a decimal e.g. 24.11

(the pt goes **after** the unit)

Number 2:Convert 1/10 s to 1/100s **hint multiply top and bottom by 10 so 8/10 =80/100

Number 3: write the fraction as a decimal. Some are mixed numbers ie whole numbers and fraction/decimal *****Don’t forget 1/100 =0.01**

Number 4: Write the numbers as decimals. Write the unit, then point _ _ 1/10s 1st then 1/100

number 5: What is the value of the underlined figure

https://ie.ixl.com/math/class-5/place-values-in-decimal-numbers

https://ie.ixl.com/math/class-5/understanding-decimals-expressed-in-words

https://ie.ixl.com/math/class-5/compare-decimals-and-fractions