Good Morning!

We will continue our learning on Fractions

Do you remmeber these words from this week?

What do they mean?

Today you will need strips of paper to make a fraction wall.

Use the slides to complete today’s learning.

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Good Morning!

We will continue our learning on Fractions

Do you remmeber these words from this week?

What do they mean?

Today you will need strips of paper to make a fraction wall.

Use the slides to complete today’s learning.

We will continue our learning on Fractions..

We have seen and used the Star words this week already, which words can you use?

Numerator, Denominator and Vinculum

**Whole**= If the numerator and denominator are the same, the fraction is equal to 1.

**Equal Parts = **Fractions represent **equal parts of a whole** or a collection.

Fraction of a **whole**: When we divide a **whole** into **equal parts**, each part is a fraction of the **whole**.

**Bar Model ** = a pictorial representation of a problem or concept where **bars** or boxes are used to represent the known and unknown quantities.

Continue your learning on fractions by working through the slides.

Good Morning Year 4!

Today we will begin our learning on Fractions.

What is a fraction?

Have a look at our Key words.

What words do you know?

**Numerator and Denominator **

**Vinculum **

Use the slides to work through the activities.

We will continue our learning on division.

Have a look at our Star words.

Do you know what they mean?

Can you use any of these words in a sentence?

**Part**

**Whole **

The Part-whole reasoning or model is the concept of how numbers can be split into parts. We use this model will see the relationship between the whole number and the component parts, this helps us make the connections between addition and subtraction.

Part-whole reasoning also helps us to interpret, visualise and solve word problems.

This whole part model shows 3 + 3 = 6 and 6 – 3= 3

**efficient**= The most effective way to calculate.

**Calculation strategy =**The method used to find the answer.

Use the slides to work through today’s learning.

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Good Morning Year!

This week in Maths we will be continuing our learning on Division and start exploring fractions.

These are the Star words for today’s learning.

Do you know what these words mean?

Have you seen these words before?

Can you use these words in a sentence?

**Known **= The information in the word problem that we know.

**Unknown** = The information in the word problem that we do not know, this is the information that we need to find out.

**Bar model** = A method to present the known and unknown information in labelled bars.

**Relationship **= How the known and unknown information is connected or related.

**Value **= The answer to the calculation.

Try to use this vocabulary when you work trough the activities.

Use this link to access today’s learning

Our learning intention to day is “To divide a number by two, three, four or five without regrouping”.

We have been using these vocabulary words all week, what words do you remember?

What multiplication facts do you know if you know 4 X 3 = 12?

Today we will be looking different methods to divide. We have looked at using place value to help with division, today we will be comparing it with grouping.

We will be using this vocabulary to support our learning.

Today we will continue our learning on division.

This is the vocabulary we will be using today.

What words do you know?

What do these words mean?

Complete the activities using the PowerPoint.

This week we are going to be learning bout division.

Division is the inverse of multiplication, and we can use what we know about multiplication to help us with division.

Let’s first look at some vocabulary that we will be using throughout this lesson.

What words do you know?

What words are you unsure of?

Work through the slides, and complete the learning activities.