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# Week beginning 19/10/20

This week's sessions are all based upon adding and subtracting numbers.

Our Maths sessions are split up into three main parts, the children usually start with answering questions from a document called Flashback 4. Flashback 4 has 4 questions which relate to previous learning. We do one of the slides each day. Here are the slides per day for the week beginning 19/10/20:

Tuesday: Week 5, Lesson 3

Wednesday: Week 5, Lesson 4

Thursday: Week 5, Lesson 5

Friday: Week 6, Lesson 1 (if you want to get ahead of the game)

The title of the slide is at the top of the power point (on the right hand side) when it is opened.

The second part of the lesson involves using power point slides to support the teaching of the area each day. Here are the power point slides for each day:

Tuesday: Lesson 5 (adding and subtracting 3 digit and 2 digit numbers-not crossing 100)

Wednesday: Lesson 6 (adding 3 digit and 2 digit numbers -crossing 100)

Thursday: Lesson 7 (subtracting 2 digit numbers from 3 digit numbers-crossing 100)

Friday: Lesson 8 (add and subtract 100's) This lesson is for if you want to get ahead of the game after half term.

You can access these slides just below.

## Slides to support the teaching of the Maths lessons

After the children have seen the slides and have took part in working out the answers to the questions given, they then complete a task relating to what they have been taught. You do not need to print these sheets if you do not wish to. The children may answer the questions on paper (trying to save your printer's ink :))

Here are the tasks for this week:

Tuesday: Lesson 8 ( add and subtract 3 digit and 2 digit numbers without crossing 100)

Wednesday: Lesson 9 (add 3 digit and 2 digit numbers-crossing 100)

Thursday: Lesson 10 ( subtract 2 digit from 3 digit numbers crossing 100)

Friday: Lesson 11 ( add and subtract 100's) This lesson is for if you want to get ahead of the game for after half term.

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