To start your maths learning each day, work your way through one of the 'Fluent in Five' pages. These will help you practise your mental and written calculation skills. On Thursday you will have an online activity on MyMaths so you will need your MyMaths login. You should all have these already but if you have lost these for whatever reason or cannot remember them, please send me an email prior to Thursday's session. On Friday, complete the short arithmetic test to consolidate your learning for the week. 

This week, you will be completing a Roman Numerals Home-Learning booklet (see below). You will have a couple of pages to complete each day. There will also be some additional questions to help with your understanding of Roman Numerals. The answers are included below for you to see how you are getting on when you have completed the tasks. There is also a 'Roman Numerals Support' sheet below if you need any extra help!

Monday/Tuesday - Roman Numerals (Extended video)

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MONDAY: please watch the video above and then complete the 'Nero's Numbers' and 'Nero's Sundial' activities in your home-learning booklet.


TUESDAY: you might want to rewatch the video from yesterday or the video below. Then, complete the 'Roman Numerals Match' and 'Agrippa's Vases' activities in your home-learning booklet.

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday - Extra Video

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WEDNESDAY: Please complete the 'Be the Teacher' activity in your home-learning booklet and the 'Codebreaker' activity below.
THURSDAY: Please complete the online task on MyMaths to consolidate our learning of Roman Numerals. Once you have done this, please use TTRS or Supermovers to practise your times tables (focus on 6, 7, 8 and 9!). 


Today, please complete the Arithmetic test for this week and then mark your answers using the answer sheet at the back! Once complete, please do your 99 Club for the week and don't forget to record your score. Then, move onto any of the optional Maths extras on the Class Page (e.g. TTRS, MyMaths, Topmarks).

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