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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Monday 18th May

Timetable Monday 18th May




9:00 – 9:30

Exercise with Joe Wicks – Please see link on exercise page

9:30 – 10:00

Guided Reading – See attachment below

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Maths - Division

LO: To be able to use chunking to solve division problems 

SC1. I can explain how chunking helps to simplify division problems.

SC2. I can use my times tables knowledge to recognise where this is more than one multiple of 10.

SC3. I can use my knowledge of chunking to solve problems.

On Friday, we introduced chunking on a number line. We learnt that we don’t always need to do lots of small jumps on the number line but instead we can use our knowledge of multiples of 10 and times tables to help us use “chunking” to solve a problem.

“Chunking” is where we use a times table e.g. 2x and our knowledge of multiples of 10 to make much larger jumps e.g.

30 ÷ 2 =         

In this example we are focussing on the 2x table only and numbers which are in the 2x table.

Using our knowledge of times tables (or the multiplication grid) helps us to recognise that 20 is a multiple of 10 and it is in the 2x tables.

We can now use this knowledge to make one big jump of 20 and then small jumps of 2 (see PowerPoint for images).


Today, we are going to start to think about what happens when there is more than one jump of a multiple of 10 in a number problem.

Watch the attached video and use the PowerPoint to guide you through today’s lesson.



Today, I would like you to use your number lines and chunking to solve the number problems you will find on the PowerPoint.

As an additional challenge you should try to solve the problems using as few jumps as possible.


Break/Snack Time



LO: to recall what I already know about nutrition, healthy eating and food

SC1) I can discuss my knowledge of nutrition with someone.

SC2) I can present my thinking in a way that works for me

SC3) I can present my work neatly


Watch the challenge video below by Mrs Mitchell and Miss Fermor.



At the beginning of every challenge we organise what we already know about things. This should be bright, colourful, have pictures and be well organised. You can present the knowledge you already have in a way that you feel comfortable – just like we do in our reflective journals. Have a look at my example at the bottom of the page.






LO: to explain what the task is and identify what may need to be learned, sourced or asked in order to complete this

SC1) I can watch and understand what the task is I have been set

SC2) I can record my thinking of the challenge set

SC3) I can present my work in a way I feel comfortable with


Make sure you have watched the video by Mrs Mitchell and Miss Fermor so that you understand what the challenge is for this week. We know that at the moment we are only supposed to be shopping for essential items and therefore going shopping for additional ingredients may not be possible.

In your book, explain in your own words what the challenge is.

Is there anything you will need to find out in order to be able to achieve it?

Is there anything you need to get?

Is there anyone you need to ask for help with it?

Are there any skills that you don’t yet have that you need to learn?


Have a look at my example as one way of displaying your work but remember you can do this in any way you want to.

2:00 - 2:30 Use this time to have a break. If it’s nice get some fresh air or relax and read a book.


TTRockstars, Mathletics or Mental Maths Times Tables Challenge

For this week’s Times Tables challenge we would like you to focus on the 4x tables. We have put together some videos which show different strategies for learning the 4x tables. I have also attached the link to the “Times Tables Generator”, where you can challenge yourself to get not only a higher mark but also a faster time.






Times Tables Generator



Story Time – if you wish to read along to the story please open the attachment below.




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