Maths Learning – Tuesday 5th January

LI: To understand what a percentage is

So that I can make connections between FDP

  • The numbers are all multiples of 10
  • The numbers are all divisible by 10
  • The column has ten numbers in it

What can you say about the column in relation to the whole number square?

  • The column is one tenth of the whole
  • The column covers 10 out of 100 squares of the whole is covered
  • 0.1 of the whole is covered
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  • one tenth of the whole
  • 1/10 of the whole
  • 0.1 of the whole
  • 10% of the whole
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  • Three tenths of the whole
  • 3/10 of the whole
  • 0.3 of the whole
  • 30% of the whole
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Think about connections between tenths in relation to percentages: The whole is divided into ten equal parts. Five parts are shaded. Five tenths of the whole has been shaded. This is equivalent to 50%. Five tenths are equivalent to one half. One half is the same as 50%.

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Look at the statements about the number square.  I know that it shows multiples of 7 because every seventh number is covered starting from the number 7; I know that 14 out of 100 numbers are multiples of 7.  14 out 0f 100 is the same as 14%.  I know this because percent means ‘out of 100’.
We can also say this as a fraction: 14/100, and we can say this as a decimal: 0.14

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3 rugs cover an area of 60%. What dimensions could the rugs be?  Try this out on a blank 100 square (see attached below).

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Maths Home Learning 18-12-20

To use my knowledge of circle properties

Watch the video from Oak Academy and follow it through step-by-step.

Try the exercises as you go through the video, then on paper try the independent task at the end and send it in by e-mailing an image of your learning including all your working out to year6@selsdonprimary.org.uk

Maths Home Learning 17-12-20

LI: To illustrate and name parts of a circle

Watch the video from Oak Academy and follow it through step-by-step.

Try the exercises as you go through the video, then on paper try the independent task at the end and send it in by e-mailing an image of your learning including all your working out to year6@selsdonprimary.org

Maths Home Learning 11-12-20

LI: To find missing co-ordinates of shapes

So that I can plot missing points of simple and more complex shapes

Watch the video from Oak Academy and follow it through step-by-step.

Try the exercises as you go through the video, then on paper try the independent task at the end and send it in by e-mailing an image of your learning including all your working out to Year6@selsdonprimary.org.uk

Maths Home Learning 10-12-20

LI: To solve practical co-ordinate problems

So that I can plot missing points on a grid.

Watch the video from Oak Academy and follow it through step-by-step.

Try the exercises as you go through the video, then on paper try the independent task at the end and send it in by e-mailing an image of your learning including all your working out to Year6@selsdonprimary.org.uk