Maths Green Home Learning
Week Commencing 01/06/2020
Intended Outcomes:
Pupils develop a range of ways to describe position, direction and movement in everyday life and mathematical problems.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Identify right angles, three quarters of a turn and a complete turn (clockwise and anticlockwise)
 Identify how a shape has moved (through above angles of turn)
 Identify whether angles are greater than or less than a right angle
Session  Learning Activities / Web Links / Worksheets 
1 
Warm Up:
Today, we are going to be focusing on identifying whether angles are greater than or less than a right angle.
First, have a look through the PowerPoint below and have a go at some of the examples it shows you involving different types of angle. Now see if you can have a go at completing the questions on the worksheet below. It asks you whether each angle is bigger or smaller than a right angle  if you are feeling particularly clever, see if you can use the terms from the PowerPoint to describe the different angles.
Can you spot any examples of different angles in and around your home? If so, take some pictures and share them via email :) 
2 
Warm Up:
This session is going to focus on quarter, half, three quarter and whole turns.
First, watch the video clip below which talks about different directions of turn.
Now use the PowerPoint below to work through some different examples to check your understanding. When you have worked through the examples in the PowerPoint, see if you can then have a go at the following questions using the link below. 
3 
Warm Up:
In today's session we are going to be looking at looking at how shapes move through different types of turn.
You may want to revisit the video from session 2 to give yourself a refresher on how objects look when they move through quarter, half, three quarter and whole turns.
Using this learning, have a go at cutting out the animals in the worksheet below and positioning them after the various degrees of turn shown in the table.

4 
Warm Up:
This session will focus on money.
Have a go at the following games using the links below to improve your money skills.

Previous Weeks
Week Commencing 18/05/2020
Intended Outcomes:
To begin to explore and interpret the world around through statistical enquiry and representations.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Interpret and present data using bar charts, pictograms and tables
 Solve onestep and twostep questions [for example, ‘How many more?’ and ‘How many fewer?’] using information presented in scaled bar charts and pictograms and tables.
Session  Learning Activities / Web Links / Worksheets 
1 
Warm Up:
Here are the answers for the WarmUp Challenge  no cheating!
Today we are going to be looking at reading data and then presenting it in a bar chart.
First, take some time to watch this video explaining how to draw bar charts. It gives you some great tips on things that you have to remember when constructing your charts and will be very useful for completing today's task.
Once you have watched the video, have a go at completing the worksheet below on presenting data in bar charts.

2 
Warm Up: Here are the answers to the 5aday challenge... Today we are going to be looking at drawing and then interpreting pictograms and tally charts. First, watch the video below that explains what pictograms are and how to draw them:
Once you have had a look at the video, read the information on the link below and have a practice at the questions at the bottom of the web page. Now you have had a go at some questions, it is time to put your learning to the test and complete the worksheet below: 
3 
Warm Up: Here are the answers for today's warm up: Today's focus is going to be on interpreting data in bar charts and pictograms. You will need to use your knowledge from the first two sessions this week to tackle the questions in the worksheets below.
Each worksheet will give you a series of charts and questions about them (e.g. How many people chose red as their favourite colour?)
Look at the charts carefully to find the correct answers!

4 
This session is going to focus on time. We will be looking at months of the year and working on our calendar skills.
First, watch this annoyingly catchy but incredibly useful song about the number of days in each month:
For today's written activity, you will need access to a 2020 calendar. If you don't have one, then you can find one here, using this link: Online 2020 Calendar Have a go at the questions in the worksheet below. You may need to watch the catchy months of the year song again! 
Week Commencing 11/05/2020
Intended Outcomes:
For pupils to develop their understanding of multiplicative relationships including between the operations of multiplication and division.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Multiply and divide using the multiplication tables that they know, including for twodigit numbers times onedigit numbers, using mental and progressing to formal written methods.
Session  General Notes  Learning Activities / Web Links / Worksheets 
1 
This week we are focusing on multiplying and dividing.
Today's session is all about sharpening your multiplication skills.
Can you use a calculator to check your answers once you have done them? 
Use the grid below to practice your times tables. Are there any you struggle with? If so, think of a way to help you remember them (you could create cue cards and test yourself with the question on one side and the answer on the other)
Once you have had a practice of your times tables facts, see if you can test your understanding by completing the following tasks: 
2 
Today we are going to be looking at how you can use multiplication facts to find the answers to division questions.
Key Word:
Inverse 
Watch the video below explaining how to solve multiplication and division questions using the inverse operation:
Now see if you can have a go at some of the questions from the worksheets below  you might notice that if you do the multiplication questions first, it makes the division questions easier.

3 
Today's session is going to focus on using a written method to work out 2 digit x 1 digit problems.
You may want to pause the video at different points to make sure that you are understanding the process. 
Watch the video below which explains how to use column multiplication 2 multiply a 2 digit number by a 1 digit number:
Once you have watched the video, see if you can apply the method to the following questions. REMEMBER  it is really important to keep the numbers in their correct place value columns!

4 
This session is going to focus on money and finding the correct change from different amounts.

Before you complete the task in today's session you need to remember that £1 = 100p (This will help you with figuring out how much change you get from each amount)
e.g. If you spend £1.57 and pay with a £2 coin you can work out the change like this 
£1.57 = 157p and £2 = 200p
200p  157p = 43p (you might need to work this out by setting it out using column subtraction)

Week Commencing 04/05/2020
Intended Outcomes:
For pupils to be more confident in understanding, relating and using systems of measurement in their everyday lives and within mathematical problems.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Measure, compare, add and subtract:
 lengths (m/cm/mm);
 mass (kg/g);
 volume/capacity (l/ml)
Session  General Notes  Learning Activities / Web Links / Worksheets 
1 
Today we are going to be measuring and comparing the length of different household objects.
You will need a ruler.
If you don't have one, you can try to use the online ruler below:

Using a ruler or the online version in this table, find 5 different objects in your house and see if you can accurately measure them. Record your findings on the table in the link below.
REMEMBER...
Always line up the edge of your object with the 0 on the ruler, not the edge of the ruler. 
2 
Key Words:
Heavier Lighter Grams (g) Kilograms (Kg) 
Have a go at reading the scales on the worksheet below to record the mass of each of the objects.
Once you have done that, compare the weights of the two objects using language such as heavier / lighter
Can you have a go at using scales in your own home?
Find some different household objects and weigh them in either grams or kilograms. 
3 
Key Words:
Millilitres (ml) Litres (l)

Have a go at the game below to practice reading capacity of liquids. You can set the intervals at various levels to increase or decrease the difficulty depending on how you are getting on.

4  This session is going to focus on telling the time. 
Have a go at this online game about adding on periods of time. You can change the difficulty of the questions by setting the time intervals and you can test yourself against the clock or at your own pace!
Once you have had a go, you could test yourself by seeing how many questions you could get correct in 1 minute and then see if you can beat your score!

Week commencing 27/04/2020
Intended Outcomes:
For pupils to be more fluent at using addition and subtraction skills, including using number bonds and other known facts in order to more effectively and efficiently solve problems in a variety of contexts.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Add and subtract numbers with up to three digits, using formal written methods of columnar addition and subtraction
 Solve problems, including missing number problems, using number facts, place value, and more complex addition and subtraction in a variety of contexts.
Session  General Notes  Learning activities / Web links / Worksheets 
1 
This session focuses on addition.
Remember to always start adding with the right hand column first and move left. 
Have a look at some of the clips on the link below and try some of the example questions. Once you have had a look at those questions, see if you can apply the learning to the worksheet below. The answers are on the final page so you can check once you have completed them (no cheating!) 
2 
The focus of this session is to improve our understanding of subtracting.

Use the link below to explore a handy method for subtracting numbers. After you have had a look at the examples in the link above, see if you can have a go at the questions underneath. The worksheet has some "steps to success" to follow to help you out. 
3  Today's questions are a mix of addition and subtraction questions presented as word problems. 
For each of the word problems on the worksheet below, take some time to do the following things:
Identify any relevant Maths language (e.g. numbers / clues about whether it is + or  Decide whether the question is asking you to + or  Put the numbers into the column addition or column subtraction method Solve the question using the methods we have looked at this week

4  Today, we are going to focus on improving our understanding of money. 
Have a go at some of the games linked below to improve your money understanding. They all have options to increase and decrease the difficulty depending on how you are getting on.

Week commencing 20/04/2020
Intended outcomes:
Pupils begin to recognise and familarise themselves with the mathematics in the world around them through developing their understanding of properties of 3D shapes.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Identify and describe the properties of 3D shapes, including the number of edges, vertices and faces.
 Make 3D shapes using modelling materials; recognise 3D shapes in different orientations and describe them
Session 
General Notes 
Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
Adults  there are some key questions on the last page that could be good prompts!

Using the link above, try to recreate some of the shapes in the challenges and think about why each shape might be best for the job.
Record your ideas with images, drawings or text (or combine any of these) 
2 
Key Words:
Edges Faces Vertices 
Watch the video above explaining about different 2D and 3D shapes and how to describe them (the really useful stuff starts at 1min 45). Then have a go at the worksheet in the link below.
The answers are on the second page so you can check if you are correct once you have had a go. No cheating! 
3  Please be careful if you are using scissors! 
If you can, try printing out the nets for the 3D shapes from the link above and see if you can cut and stick them together to create 3D objects.
Watch the video above  If you have any clay / plasticine / blutac you could have a go at making some of your own 3D shapes! 
4  Today we are going to do some work on time so that you continue to practice and develop functional skills each week too. 
Use the links above to have a go at improving your time understanding. 
Previous Weeks
Week commencing 13/04/2020
Intended outcomes:
To develop pupils broader number sense through exploring the differences between numbers in different representations and contexts.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Recognise the place value of each digit in a threedigit number (hundreds, tens, ones)
 Compare and order numbers up to 1000
 Identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations
 Read and write numbers up to 1000 in numerals and in words
 Add and subtract amounts of money to give change, using both £ and p in practical contexts
Session  General Notes  Learning Acitvities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
Objective: Recognise the place value of each digit in a threedigit number (hundreds, tens, ones)
For this activity, you will need a dice and something to act as a character for the snakes and ladders game. If you don’t have a dice at home then you can use this website to act as a random dice generator https://www.random.org/dice/ 
Practise recognising the place value in the different numbers by playing the Snakes and Ladders game on the sheet below.
If you are feeling particularly adventurous then you could try to make your own version of the game with different three or four digit numbers. J
Pupils need to successfully partition the numbers in order to move on to the square (e.g. 457 has – 4 hundreds, 5 tens, 7 units)
You can prompt by asking:
How many hundreds are there? How many tens? How many units? The pupils could also create a place value table to help them (we have used these in lessons) 
2 
In this activity, we will be looking at different numbers up to 1000 and thinking about the language and symbols involved in ordering them.
< means less than
> means more than
= means equal to The following link provides some helpful information on the different symbols.

Try this worksheet ordering monsters using the more than, less than and equals symbols. To make things easier, first list the monsters in order with the smallest first. (You could use the number line to do this or cut the monsters out and arrange them on a piece of paper) 
3 
Consider the place value of each of the digits within the numbers and ask questions like how many hundreds / tens / units does the number have? 
In this activity, see if you can complete this worksheet on reading and writing 3 digit numbers filling in either the missing numbers or the missing words for each row of the table.
You could practise recognising different numbers by writing down three digit numbers for the children to practise saying the number
(e.g. Writing out 467 on the card and pupil to say out loud four hundred and sixty seven)

4 
Try using the web links opposite to practise finding change from different amounts of money. Each game allows you to set the difficulty with options including increasing and decreasing the amount of money worked with and modes that show how much change is required if help is needed to begin with. 