## Welcome

At Anglesey, we are a vibrant and nurturing school community, where children are given the skills to become, inquisitive, resilient, independent learners. Our curriculum provides a range of creative, challenging and inspiring experiences for all. This equips our children with the life skills to be happy, flourish and be successful...Today, tomorrow and in the future

Attendance

## Whole School Attendance

The schools total attendance is currently at:

91.1% (Since September 2020)

# Numeracy

This week we are going to play maths games involving different types of calculations.

Have fun!

Friday 9th July

Today we will revise our times tables and carry out a sorting activity.

Click on the links below to access the games.

Hit the button

Challenge - Try the mixed times table.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

2D shapes on a Carroll Diagram

Challenge - Can you get to level 4?

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/carroll-diagrams/2d-shapes

BATTLE OF THE BANDS

There will be a short competition between 4C, 4G and 4M

on TT Rockstars

2.15 - 3.15 pm Friday 5th March

This marks the last hour of the normal school day,

as we end online learning

and get ready to see each other again on Monday.

Shape

This week we will be working on 'shape'.  We will learn about different types of triangles, find out what a quadrilateral is and find lines of symmetry in different shapes.

Click on today's date to access

the work.

Time

This week we are going to work on time.

We will begin with a recap of telling the time and we will end with telling the time in analogue and digital.

Click on today's date to access

the work.

Data Handling

This week we going to work on data handling.

What is data handling?  Data handling is when you gather, record and present information and data in graphs, charts or tables.  We will practise solving problems using the information presented in different types of charts, pictograms and tables.

Click on today's date below, to

access the work.

Monday 8th February

Today we will be looking at data presented in pictograms.

Before we begin, can you remember how to tally? Tally marks are a quick way of keeping track of numbers in groups of five.  You might need to know this for the data handling.

This is an example of a tally chart. Listen to the video below then answer the questions on the worksheet.  The answers are provided for you.

## Spr3.6.1 - Interpret pictograms

Fractions

This week we are going to learn about fractions.

Friday 5th February

Division practice

Easier:

45 divided by 5

27 divided by 3

Medium:

48 divided by 4

45 divided 3

Harder:

143 divided by 11

189 divided by 9

Equivalent Fractions – part 2

Today we are going to use a fraction wall to find equivalent fractions.  Click on the document below to print your own copy of a fraction wall. Watch the video below, then answer the questions on the worksheet.  The answers are provided for you to check your answers after you have completed the work.

## Spr4.6.2 - Equivalent fractions (1)

Thursday 4th February

Division practice

Easier:

32 divided by 4

65 divided by 5

Medium:

64 divided by 4

108 divided 9

Harder:

252 divided by 12

136 divided by 8

Equivalent Fractions – part 1

Can you remember what equivalent means?  It means of an ‘equal amount’ or ‘the same value’.

For example:  3 + 1 is equivalent to   2 + 2  because they both equal 4.

Watch the video below to find out more about equivalent fractions, then answer the questions on the worksheet.  The answers are provided for you to check your answers after you have completed the work.

While watching the video, see if you can spot a pattern to help you find equivalent fractions.

## Spr4.5.5 - Equivalent Fractions (1)

Wednesday 3rd February

Division practice

Easier:

70 divided by 5

28 divided by 2

Medium:

72 divided by 3

135 divided 9

Harder:

288 divided by 12

112 divided by 8

Fractions - Count in tenths

In today’s lesson, we will be counting in tenths.  We will also use different ways to  represent tenths.

For example:

Watch the video below to find out more about counting in tenths, then answer the questions on the worksheet.  The answers are provided for you to check your answers after you have completed the work.

## Spr4.5.4 - Count in tenths

Tuesday 2nd February

What is a fraction?

Can you explain what a denominator is?  Can you explain what a numerator is?

A denominator is …

A numerator is …

Watch the video below to find out more about what a fraction is, then answer the questions on the worksheet.  The answers are provided for you to check your answers after you have completed the work.

## Spr4.5.2 - What is a fraction?

Monday 1st February

There will be some new words for you to understand.

Denominator

A denominator is the number at the bottom.  It tells us how many equal parts altogether.

Numerator

A numerator is the number at the top.  It tells us how many parts we are looking at.

Unit fraction

A unit fraction is when the numerator is one e.g. ¼.

Unit fraction

A non unit fraction is when the numerator is more than one e.g. ¾.

## Division on a Numberline - Years 3 and 4

What is 55 divided by 5? (Easier)
108 divided by 6? (Medium)
232 divided by 16? (Harder)

## Year 3 - Maths - Division on a Numberline KS2

Our good friend the Numberline.

## Division on a number line

Monday 25th January

This week we are going to learn an important skill

which will teach us how to solve

division problems in Year 4.

Work through this video

and see how many of the six steps

you can teach to someone in your family.

## Year 4 Maths Revision: Division

What is the Q word?
What comes after 10 and 5?

Which of these divisions can you do now?

Easier:     65 divided by 5

Medium:    126 divided by 3

Harder:   377 divided by 13

Area

This week we are going to learn how to calculate the area of a 2D shape.  The area is the amount of space inside a shape.

Friday 22nd January

No video to watch today Year 4.  We are going straight to measuring area.  If you can’t remember how to calculate the area, you can always watch yesterdays video again.

REMEMBER:  The measurement of area is measured in squares, so we write cm² after

After that, you have 8 revision multiplication questions using the grid method, which will gradually get more difficult.  If you can’t remember how to use the grid method, scroll down to last week’s work.  As usual, the answers will be provided for you to check your answers after.

You can also use TTRS to practice your times tables and play Hit The Button.

Grid method questions

a)  32  x  4  =                                             e)   351  x  3  =

b)  65  x  2  =                                              f)    239   x   5  =

c)  33  x  12  =                                           g)   561  x   21   =

d)    58  x  20  =                                           h)   182  x  152

Thursday 21st January

Today we will be comparing areas.  Can you remember the symbol that we can use to compare?

Do these symbols look familiar?  < and >

<  less than         >  more than/greater than

You will be using these symbols to answer some of today's questions.

Watch the video below.  This will show you how to compare the area of shapes.  The second half of the video will show you how to order the shapes according to the area and finding the difference between the smallest and largest area.

Can you remember how to find the difference?  To find the difference, we subtract the smaller number from the larger number.   E.g. What is the difference between  4 and 9?

To find the answer we would subtract.  So 9 - 4 = 5.  The difference is 5.

If you want to practice finding the difference, click on the word document.  The answers are provided for you.

## Spr4.4.4 - Comparing area

Here are the worksheets that go with the video.  You can check your answers after you have completed the work.

Wednesday 20th January

Today we are focussing on how to make different shapes with the same area.  You will come across the word RECTILINEAR which means 'moving to make straight line'.  Listen to the video and pause at 3:55 to answer questions 1 to 4.  The second part demonstrates how to change a shape to make it a square.  Pause the video at 4:55 to answer questions 5 to 8.  The remaining part of the video explains how to make rectilinear shapes, then answer the last question.

## Spr4.4.3 - Making shapes

Remember to log on to 'times table rockstars' to practice your multiplications.

Tuesday 19th January

Today we are going to continuing with finding the area by counting squares.  Listen to the next set of explanations and instructions on the video below.  Pause the video at 4:20 minutes then answer questions 1 to 4.  The second half of the video show you another method of calulating the area.  After watching the second part, answer questions 5 to 8.

## Spr4.4.2 - Counting squares

Have a go at this emoji code breaker.

Each image represents a number.

For example:    2  1   +    2  2  = 43

Monday 18th January

This week we are going to learn how to calculate the area of a 2D shape.  The area is the amount of space inside a shape.

Watch the video below.  It will help you to understand what area is.  After you have watched the video, click on the word document to access the worksheet.  One of the worksheets is easier.  The answers are provided for you to check your answers after you have completed the worksheet.

## Spr4.4.1 - What is area?

Friday 15 January

(Also, remember that you can always top up your work

with a TT Rockstars or a Hit The Button workout.

Can you beat your best score?)

Here are the final questions for grid multiplication.

Do as many as you can. (The first has been done for you.)

 200 + 300 = 500 50 + 60 + 15 = 125   500 + 100 = 600   1000 + 600 + 25 = 1625

Grid Method: 3 x 2 digits

8)  125 x 13 = 1625

 X 100 20 5 10 1000 200 50 3 300 60 15

9)  213 x 12 =

 X

10)  125 x 12 =

 X

11)  311 x 15 =

 X

12)  123 x 23 =

 X

13)  245 x 31 =

 X

Grid Method:  3 x 3 digits

1) 231 x 135 =

 X

2)  321 x 132 =

 X

3)  421 x 121 =

 X

4)  523 x 232 =

 X

5)  425 x 342 =

 X

This week's revision is about subtraction.

How many of the six steps have you learned?

## Year 4 Maths Revision: Subtraction

How many of the six steps do you know?Which number goes on the left?Can you explain the word 'difference'?

Thursday 14 January

Well done with learning Grid Multiplication.

Here are today's questions -

we are using three-digit numbers now.

Also, here is another video to help explain how the grid works.

## What is the grid method of multiplication?

Find out what grid multiplication is and discover fun ways to practise multiplication.

 500 + 100 = 600 600 + 15 = 615
Grid Method 3 x 1 digit

1)  123 x 5 = 615

 X 100 20 3 5 500 100 15

2) 321 x 3 =

 X

3)  245 x 3 =

 X

4)  421 x 5 =

 X

5) 531 x 4 =

 X

6)  241 x 5

 X

7)  159 x 3 =

 X

Wednesday 13 January

Here are some questions where we multiply

a two-digit number by another two-digit number.

Check you understand this first. You'll need it

when you multiply the two numbers in the tens columns.

2 x 2 = 4

20 x 2 is ten times bigger = 40

20 x 20 is ten times bigger AGAIN = 400

Here's a video to remind you how to multiply by multiples of ten.

## Multiplying by 10 and 100

In this video we are looking at multiplying whole numbers by 10 and 100. We use a place value slider to show how digits move one column to the left when mult...

Grid Method:  2 x 2 digits

8)  62 x 14 = 868

 600 + 200 = 800  40 + 20 = 60   800 + 60 + 8 = 868

 X 60 2 10 600 20 4 240 8

9)  45 x 15 =

 X

10)  28 x 25 =

 X

11)  21 x 16 =

 X

12)  35 x 21 =

 X

13)  41 x 25 =

 X

THIS WEEK'S PUZZLE

If you would like an extra challenge,

have a go at this.

Tuesday 12 January

Today we have some more practice

at using the grid method to multiply.

The first question has been done for you.

If you have some extra time,

can you beat your best time or score

somewhere on TT Rockstars?

Grid Method: 2 x 1 digit

1)  27 x 5  =

 100 + 35 = 135

 X 20 7 5 100 35

2)  26 x 3 =

 X 20 6 3

3)  35 x 2 =

 X

4)  47 x 3 =

 X

5)  26 X 4 =

 X

6)  31 X 5

 X

7)  23 X 5 =

 X

Monday 11 January

This week for our Numeracy work

we are going to focus on multiplication.

In Year 4, we use GRID MULTIPLICATION.

Today's challenge is to see if you remember

the six steps on this video.

If you can teach someone in your family about the six steps,

that would really show that you understand.

Can you teach someone?

## Year 4 Maths Revision: Multiplication

A simple reminder about the grid method. Can you work out the six-steps-quiz?Could you teach your family?

Here are some practice questions. Do as many as you want to.

Easier

12 x 3

Medium

16 x  22

Harder

137 x 241

Friday 8th January

Times Tables

Today, we would like you all to practice your times tables on Times Tables Rockstars.  Challenge yourselves.  Practice one that you know, then practice one that you would like to learn.

Do you know your 3x and 4x tables?  Do you know your 8x and 9x tables?

You can also practice using "Hit the Button" or try your skills using "Times Tables Flashcards".

Hit the button

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Times table flashcards

Perimeter

This week we will be learning how to calculate the perimeter of a 2D shape.  The perimeter is the length around the outside of a shape.

Thursday 7th January

Today you are going to calculate the perimeter of squares and rectangles.  Click on the link to access the worksheet.  There are two worksheets, one is easier.  The answers are provided for you to check your answers after you have completed the work.

Wednesday 6th January