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Monday 20th April

Learning Focus: Decimals up to 2 decimal places (Miss Buckley's YouTube link- should you need)


  • Place value charts follow Hundreds, tens, ones, (decimal point), tenths, hundredths 

Numbers less than 1 can be represented as decimal numbers e.g 0.5 is the same as 1/2.

Use the video link below to access the home learning section on White Rose Maths, the video will show you how we can split numbers into place value charts.

Once you have watched the video complete Activity 1 in your pack. You are asked to write a sentence about the number represented on the place value chart, after this you are given other numbers to represent on the place value chart (use the grid provided in the booklet). You may wish to use counters, buttons or even pasta to represent the value in each place value- remember to send us your pictures.  

Look at the presentation below to see some examples of how we can split numbers to represent them in terms of place value.

The presentation will now guide you through the remaining activities.