Below is a PowerPoint with practise questions that use multiples. Work through it, trying to answer as many questions as you can. You can record your answers in your work books. You do not need to write the questions.
Then have a go at on of the sheets below. If the work has been ok, do the questions with a blue E in the star. If you are finding this work straight forward, have a go at the GD questions.
After talking to some of you yesterday, it seems that some of you would like more practise at multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. You might find the following work more helpful to help consolidate this instead of today's problem solving.
I have also included a place value grid. You can use Lego or something similar as the counters.
Today, you will be continuing the story from yesterday. Follow the link to find Mrs C's lesson:
I will post this as soon as it is available!
Over the next few weeks, we will be studying the work of Kandinsky.
Today, I would like you to follow the PowerPoint, pausing to answer the questions on the slides in your home-learning books.
Below you will find some photos to help you with the final task, which you might prefer to do on plain paper if you have some.
I would love to see your creations.