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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Wednesday 22nd April

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Timetable Wednesday 22nd April



9:00 – 9:30

Exercise with Joe Wicks – Please see link on exercise page

9:30 – 10:00

Guided Reading – See below


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Maths – Multiplication

Lesson 5 – Multiplication

LO: To use arrays to solve 2-digit multiplication problems.

SC1. I can partition a number problem

SC2. I can create an array using 10s and 1s

SC3. I can solve simple number problems.

During today’s lesson you may want to pause the video to give yourself time to explain your answers to your parents or to write an answer down.

During the last few lessons we have been learning how to use arrays to help solve multiplication problems and we have been using our existing knowledge of PV and times tables to solve multiplication problems which include multiples of 10.

Today, we will be multiplying 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers, using arrays to support our understanding.



Today, you will be solving problems using the same method shown in the video. The steps are:

  1. Write the number sentence
  2. Partition the 2-digit number
  3. Create your multiplication grid
  4. Put your partitioned numbers into the correct parts of the grid
  5. Create your array
  6. Count the place value counters
  7. Write out the new number sentence
  8. Create your column addition and solve

There are a lot of steps to solving these problems but this process will support you later on when you are solving much harder problems.

Today, I would like you to use your multiplication arrays to solve:

  1. 12x3=
  2. 14x2=
  3. 11x5=
  4. 12x4=
  5. 11x19=

Remember that presentation is very important. You must use a ruler to draw the multiplication grid for your arrays. Give yourself plenty of room and don’t to solve too many problems on one page.

Answers will be published at 5pm. Please see below for attachment.


Break/Snack Time


English – Poetry


L.O: To understand what alliteration is and start to give examples of this.


SC1) I can explain what alliteration is

SC2) I can identify examples of alliteration

SC3) I can use alliteration in a phrase or sentence


Today will be starting the English part of our challenge – Poetry. We will be focusing on some new techniques to include in our poems, starting with alliteration. Please look at the Powerpoint attached for the information on alliteration.




Task 1 – Complete the task on the Powerpoint

Task 2 – Listen to the poems in the video. Write in your book examples of alliteration you can hear in the poems.

Task 3 – As we will be writing a poem about what we can see from our window, we would like you to look outside and come up with as many sentences or phrases using alliteration as you can.




Art – Perspective


LO: to explain the meaning of perspective and understand how we create this in a landscape


SC1: I can define perspective

SC2: I can find the vanishing point in a piece of art work

SC3: I can use strategies provided to create perspective in my art work


Perspective is used to represent the ways objects appear smaller as they move further into the distance. It adds depth and dimension to flat images.

Follow the link for to watch a video about perspective on bbc bitsize.


Look at the Powerpoint below, look at the slides and complete Task 1.


Below is another video on perspective. In the video, he explains how to begin drawing a picture using perspective. After watching this video, we would like you to have a go at creating your own perspective piece. This is your very first try so do not worry if you find it tricky! Keep all of your work in your journals and please don’t throw any of your work away.





Task 1 – Drawing shapes using perspective (ppt)

Task 2 – Create your own perspective piece using the video to help.


TTRockstars and/or Mathletics – see maths page for links.


Story time





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