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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Wednesday 20th May

Timetable Wednesday 20th 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

Lesson Six – Division – Wednesday 20th May

LO: To be able to use chunking when solving division problems

SC1. I can apply my knowledge of times tables to division problems.

SC2. I can use chunking to simplify division problems.

SC3. I can solve division problems.

Over the last few days, we have learnt to use our times table skills to help us solve division problems. We have learnt that “chunking” up a problem helps us to simplify solving division problems and it also helps to reduce the possibility of making mistakes.

Today’s lesson is all about consolidating this knowledge to make sure that we are 100% confident when:



-recognising multiples of 10

-using times table skills to recognise other multiples

-chunking on a number line

-finding a solution to 2-digit division number problems


Before trying today’s questions, you may wish to review yesterday’s video and PowerPoint.

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 appropriately research using the internet

SC1: I can use my knowledge of balanced meals to select appropriate recipes

SC2: I can collect a variety of recipes to use as inspiration


If you need a reminder of food groups, look back at yesterday’s lesson. Now you need to research examples of healthy balanced meals. You could use recipe books, the internet or knowledge from people that you know (parents, relatives, friends – even chefs if you know one!) At the moment you don’t need to worry about if you have the ingredients to be able to make it, you are simply gathering ideas that you can borrow parts of when you design your own meal.

Collect the information you find and present in an interesting way. You could take photos, annotate them and stick them in, print off recipe ideas, write them out by hand and decorate – it is completely up to you.


You will be using this research to help you make your healthy meal. Have fun researching!





How many ideas can you think of?

LO: To generate ideas for cooking a balanced healthy meal

SC1) I can decide what options I have for a meal

SC2) I can record ideas about what I can cook


Now you know what a healthy balanced meal includes, you know what ingredients you have in your house and you have researched ideas of what you could make. You need to think carefully about the cooking skills involved and who you have to help you. If you think of a skill you need, you may need to practise this before you make your meal. Safety is of very important so make sure you speak to an adult when you are coming up with your ideas.

1) Ideas taken from recipe research

2) Cooking skills

Use an interesting way to display all the possibilities you have for a balanced healthy meal using the ingredients you have in your home. Make sure you think carefully about your presentation and making it look colourful and eye catching. Have a look at my example below.

When you have generated all the possibilities, think carefully and discuss which one you will do. You will need the permission of the adult in your house to do this so make sure they agree with your selection.



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. Please refer to Monday’s videos and links.

Remember to challenge yourself by beating your score and time on the “Times Tables Generator”.



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




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