MULTIPLICATION TABLES
Recite 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10 multiplication tables. Example: 6 groups of 3 4 groups of 10 Recite the multiplication tables. Print or make a multiplication tables chart. DIVISON FACTS Recite division facts for the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10 multiplication tables. Recite the division facts for the multiplication tables Print or make a division tables chart. ARRAYS Calculating the number of dots in a rectangular pattern, using multiplication. Look for arrays in everyday life, eggs, muffins, cupcakes in cartons. Ask your child to calculate using multiplication of rows and columns. Make/download flash cards with different arrays. COUNTING Counting by 3, 4 and 6. Example: 3, 6, 9, 12....30 4, 8, 12, 16....40 6, 12, 18, 24...60 Practise saying and writing the counting patterns. Have them written down and placed in a prominent area of the house... MULTIPLICATIVE Students need to describe a method for finding a solution that requires multiplicative thinking, that is they use repeated addition or multiplication facts. Make up questions like the example above for the student to work out. Ask the student how they got their answer and what strategy they used. Encourage them to use multiplicative thinking which is repeated addition is. FRACTION Students are able to identify what fraction of a shape has been shaded. Locate fractions in the real world. (Pizza/cake/windows/ chocolate bars, liquid bottles.) Allow students to break/fill objects up into different fractions. Allow them to explore the amounts eg. 2 quarters will equal a half. Remember all sections must be equal. PARTITIONING Students are asked to fold a square of paper into sections and then colour certain fractions. Example: Fold your paper into thirds. Colour two thirds. Ask your child to fold paper into different fractions. eg. fold this into thirds and colour 2 thirds. (Remember the parts must be equal sizes). READING & WRITING Students are asked to read and write numbers to 999,999 Example: Ask students to read/write: 2340 200,587 Ask students to write numbers to 999, 999. Identify large numbers in real life (money etc.) Write numbers onto cards and play memory game, student must read number to keep pair. RENAMING Students need to demonstrate they know that 1237 is made of: 1 thousand, 2 hundreds, 3 tens, 7 ones OR 12 hundreds and 37 ones Ask students similar questions to the examples above. Students could use a Hundred chart to help. |
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