# Tuesday 31st March

Day 7- Tuesday 31st March 2020

Learning Focus- Introduction to Hundredths

Remember:

 Recognise that hundredths arise from dividing one whole into one hundred equal parts. Linked to this, you can see that one tenth is equal to ten hundredths. Children count in hundredths and represent tenths and hundredths on a place value grid and on a number line.

1.  An Introduction to Hundredths Video.                                                                                                                                                        Take a look at this video on exploring hundredths. Children can make notes whilst watching the video using the workbook provided in their home learning packs. If workbooks are used,  please remember to write the date and the learning focus for the day.

2.  Use the link below to access the White Rose Maths step-by-step tutorial on 'Hundredths'.                                 Scroll down to the video titled: Hundredths. Children can pause the video and attempt to answer the questions or work through the examples of the tutorial using their workbook.

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

3. Work through the 'Hundredths' Powerpoint attached below.                                                                                                    Have your workbook ready to work through the examples.

4. Complete the 'Hundredths' worksheet which can be found in your home learning pack.                                 Answers will be provided via the Parent Hub App.

5. Challenge: Complete the Hundredths Challenge attached below.                                                                                                The extension task is not in your home learning pack. A copy of the challenge can be found below to compete in your workbook. Answers will be sent through Parent Hub.