CLIC Targets – 16/05/2022

CLIC Targets for the week 16/05/2022:

C – CORE numbers (Step 4): I can understand 3-digit numbers.
Remember to:
-order the numbers by their hundreds digit
-then, if they have the same hundreds digit, order by the tens digit
-then, if they have the same tens digit, order by the units digit
Put these in order from smallest to largest: 543, 331, 187, 173, 921, 647

L – Practise these facts: Please see Google Classroom for facts to learn.

I – Doubling with Pim Without Crossing 10 (Step 5): I can double 3-digit numbers.
Remember to:
-partition the 3-digit number
-double the hundreds
-double the tens
-double the units
-put them back together again
Try these: Double 223, Double 143, Double 402, Double 213, Double 342

C – Addition (Column Method Step 3): I can solve a 3 digit + 2 digit without crossing 10. For example: 536
+ 42
578

Try these: 724 456 831 783 272
+ 35 + 23 + 46 + 15 + 27

Please note that we have covered some of these targets before. We are reviewing these for consolidation. You can practise these targets each day.

CLIC Targets – 09/05/2022

CLIC Targets for the week 09/05/2022:

C – Squiggleworth (Step 3): I can partition a 1 decimal point number.
Remember to:
-write the number
-draw the sticks
-copy the units digit
-copy the tenths digit and put zero-point in front of it
Try these: 3.6, 7.9, 9.2, 3.7, 15.2, 90.5

L – Practise the facts of the 6x table up to 12 x 6. Try playing a game like Hit the Button to get faster!

I – Adding with Pim (Step 3): I can add thousands. For example, 3000 + 4000 = 7000
Remember to:
-use your addition facts
-swap ‘the thing’ to a thousand
Try these: 2000 + 5000 = __, 1000 + 6000 = __, 5000 + 4000 = __, 7000 + 2000 = __,
7000 + 5000 = __

C – Multiplication (Step 10): I can do Smile Multiplication (x2,3,4,5). For example, 4 x 20 =
Remember to:
-do the tables bit
-count the zeros in the question
-put the zeros on your answer
Try these: 2 x 80 = __, 3 x 60 = __, 5 x 70 = __, 4 x 80 = __, 2 x 90 = __

Please note that we have covered some of these targets before. We are reviewing these for consolidation. You can practise these targets each day.

Week Beginning – 02/05/2022

Good morning everyone.
I hope that you had a lovely long weekend. As this is a very short week, there are no new CLIC Targets. You can go over the targets from last week for revision if you like. There will not be new spelling sounds this week either. Instead, we will be trying a few new Literacy activities. Please remember to send your child with their book bag tomorrow so that we can change out the reading books.
Many thanks!

CLIC Targets – 25/04/2022

CLIC Targets for the week 25/04/2022:

C – Squiggleworth (Step 2ii): I can partition a 4-digit number.
Remember to:
-write the 4-digit number
-draw the sticks
-copy the units digit
-copy the tens digit and put a zero on the end
-copy the hundreds digit and put two zeroes on the end
-copy the thousands digit and put three zeroes on the end
Try these: 3675, 7981, 9223, 3607, 1552, 9015

L – Practise the facts of the 6x table up to 12 x 6. Try playing a game like Hit the Button to get faster!

I – Pim the Alien (Step 3): I can swap units of measure.
For example, 2kg+ 3kg = 5kg is the same as 2cm + 3cm = 5cm

C – Addition (Step 27): I can solve any 3-digits + 2-digits. For example, 432 + 88 =
Remember to:
-park up the 100s
-solve the 2-digit add 2-digit
-add the 100s back on
Try these: 732 + 79 = __, 398 + 64 = __, 476 + 58 = __, 274 + 37 = __, 193 + 28 = __

You can practise these targets each day.

Our Learning In Term 4

During Term 4, Primary 4 pupils will focus on the following:

Topic – World of Work followed by a pupil choice topic.

Maths – Money, time, measurement, angles, symmetry and transformation plus ongoing Big Maths.

Writing – Instructions and persuasive writing including headlines, competition entries, directions, timetables, experiments and blueprints.

Health and Wellbeing – Planning for choices and changes and substance misuse.

CLIC Targets – 18/04/2022

CLIC Targets for the week 18/04/2022:

C – Reading Numbers (Step 6): I can read 3-digit numbers.
Remember to:
– say the hundreds digit
– say ‘and’
– say the 2-digit number
Try these: 365, 791, 923, 307, 152, 905

L – Practise the facts of the 6x table up to 12 x 6. Try playing a game like Hit the Button to get faster!

I – Pim the Alien (Step 2): I can swap amounts.
For example, 2 tens + 3 tens = 5 tens is the same as 2 hundreds + 3 hundreds = 5 hundreds

C – Addition (Step 26): I can solve 3-digits + 2-digits. For example, 432 + 24 = 456
Remember to:
-park up the 100s
-solve the 2-digit add 2-digit question as before
-add the 100s back on
Try these: 372 + 16 = __, 231 + 46 = __, 842 + 54 = __, 901 + 76 = __, 652 + 34 = __

Please note that we have covered some of these targets before. We are reviewing these for consolidation. You can practise these targets each day.

CLIC Targets – 21/03/2022

CLIC Targets for the week 21/03/2022:

C – Counting Along (Step 2): I can count along even when the numbers aren’t written in. Use a number line, ruler or other object with the numbers written in order but with missing numbers.

L – Practise the facts of the 4x table up to 12 x 4. Try playing a game like Hit the Button to get faster!

I – Where’s Mully? (Step 2): I can find Mully using 10 lots (sets) and a tables fact.
Remember to:
-see 10 lots ‘jump out’ at you
-then use your table facts to find Mully.
Try these: Mully is hiding behind the biggest multiple of 4 without going past 57. Mully is hiding behind the biggest multiple of 5 without going past 76. Mully is hiding behind the biggest multiple of 3 without going past 45.

C – Subtraction (Column Method Step 2): I can solve a 2 digit – 2 digit including borrowing 10. For example: 76
– 48
28

Try these: 93 72 32 91 78
– 55 – 57 – 14 – 75 – 39

Please note that we have covered some of these targets before. We are reviewing these for consolidation. You can practise these targets each day

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