Maths Home Learning

No flipped learning this week, but an opportunity to practise further what we have been doing in class. Many of you are using the column method of vertical addition. Others are using other methods alongside this until you get more confident. You have been given 3 sets of questions for you to look at. Choose the section that you want to do and complete them in your learning log. House points to everyone who completes one section.

Feel free to post any questions or comments here.

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Fancy more practice? Have a go at this. Can you complete level 6?

http://www.transum.org/software/SW/Starter_of_the_day/students/Basic_Addition.asp?Level=1

20 thoughts on “Maths Home Learning

  1. Well I’m going to show you my simple way of adding numbers!

    I’m going to start on building confidence
    48+35=83
    129+166=295
    44+77=121
    57+27=84
    218+391=609
    46+84=130
    547+256=803
    430+594=1024
    136+245=381
    275+143=418
    155+136=291
    Bye for now I will be doing the rest on Saturday maybe and Sunday bye bye😁😀

    • If you fancy a further challenge, could you arrange the calculations in “Fancy a Challenge” into order of difficulty? Which are harder to do and why?

  2. I have decided to do the easy ones in my learning log which are Building confidence and Something to think about. I have tried to do the one that you gave us on this website and I got up to level 6!

  3. I did the questions on the website and I completed level 1 – 6. I did level 1-4 mentally and levels 5-6 I used column addition. I managed to get every single question right but it was hard.

    • That’s brilliant Tamsin. It’s all about practice. I love the way you decided when written methods were needed – the sign of someone who is really thinking about their Maths! Nothing wrong with learning being hard – it should be! House point.

  4. I am starting on something to think about🙃🙃🙃😊😊😊

    282+31=313
    76+58=134
    379+54=433
    1,143+147=1,290
    444+777=1,221
    965+51=1,016
    505+396=901
    275+126=401
    427+686=1,113
    989+69=1,058
    758+675=1,433
    Bey🙂🙂😊🙃🙃

  5. I did the calculations in my learning log. I did all of them building confidence, something to think about and fancy a challenge.
    They were fun to do .I want more homework for maths like that.
    PLEASE!!!!!!!

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