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Monday 20th April

Day 1 - Monday 20th April 2020

Learning Focus- Making a whole

Remember:

  1. We know that a fraction means a part, so a fraction is the part of a whole object or quantity. 
  2. Therefore, 3/4 means 3 parts of a whole that is divided into 4 equal parts (or quarters). 
  3. When making a whole with hundredths, knowing numbers bonds to a hundred can help. There are one hundred hundredths in a whole, so to calculate what to add to 0.48 to make one whole, the number bond 48 + 52 = 100 will help. 0.48 + 0.52 = one whole.

1.  Use the link below to access the White Rose Maths step-by-step tutorial on 'Making a whole'.                          

Click on the video below to access the White Rose Maths tutorial. Remember to select the Summer term- Week 1 - Making a whole Video. Children can pause the video and attempt to answer some questions or work through the examples of the tutorial using their workbook.                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Link: Click on the video above to take you to the tutorial.

2. Work through the 'Making a whole' PowerPoint attached below.                                                                                            Have your workbook ready to work through the examples.                                                                                                               

3. Complete the 'Making a whole' worksheet which can be found in your home learning pack.                         Answers will be provided shortly via Parent Hub App.                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

4. Challenge: As a bonus challenge, children can complete the White Rose Maths extension attached below.  The challenge is not in your home learning pack and should be completed in your workbook.