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WEEK 5- CLIC TARGETS

Yes, Zero Marking! | Big Maths

C- Counting – Count Fourways- Improper and Mixed fractions. Using conversion to change from improper to mixed fractions and visa versa.

L- Learn Its- Times Tables Challenge and some targeted revision.

I- It’s Nothing New- 3digit subtraction e.g. 573-238=

C-Calculations – Division- using different methods to solve long division e.g. coin multiplication, long division using the bus stop method.

Week 4- CLIC TARGETS

Yes, Zero Marking! | Big MathsAs this week is a short 3 day week we will be focusing on specific individual CLIC targets. Each pupil has identified their own areas for improvement. This week we will be working in partners, groups and with teachers to receive support in the areas we are less confident with.

 

 

WEEK 3- PUPIL OF THE WEEK⭐️🥳

WEEK 3 PUPIL OF THE WEEK IS……

⭐️Aiden ⭐️

Well done Aiden! Aiden has shown fantastic effort in art this week. Despite not being as keen on art, he had a positive attitude the whole way through the lesson. He used his strong angles knowledge to create an artistic Kandinsky inspired abstract piece of art. He made excellent use of lines, different types of angles, as well as other 2D shapes. He also made successful choices in contrasting, bold colours to help his art stand out! Good job Aiden.

 

WEEK 3- CLIC TARGETS

 

Yes, Zero Marking! | Big Maths

C- Counting – Count Fourways- Finding Fractions of whole numbers (basic) e.g. ¼ of 50.

L- Learn Its- Times Tables Challenge and some targeted revision.

I- It’s Nothing New- Jigsaw Numbers with multiple digits e.g. 23 + ?= 273, 347 + ? = 2841, 363.1 + ? = 8472.3

C-Calculations – Division- using different methods to solve long division e.g. coin multiplication, long division using the bus stop method.

Week 2- CLIC targets

Week 2- CLIC TARGETS

 

Yes, Zero Marking! | Big Maths

C- Counting – Count Fourways- Understanding fractions on a number line, recognising and understanding the size of fractions, e.g. which is bigger ¼ or ⅖? Finally we will be focusing on equivalent fractions.

L- Learn Its- Times Tables Challenge and some targeted revision.

I- It’s Nothing New- Jigsaw Numbers with multiple digits e.g. 23 + ?= 273, 347 + ? = 2841, 363.1 + ? = 8472.3

C-Calculations – Division- using different methods to solve long division e.g. coin multiplication, long division using the bus stop method.