CGP Activities –
KS2 English Y3: 10 min weekly workout – Autumn Term Workout 2
KS2 English Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling – Section 3 - Sentences – Statements and Questions (p18) and Commands and Exclamations (p19)
L.O: To add and subtract multiples of 10 and near multiples of 10 to and from 2-digit numbers (Y2).
Wish 1: I can add and subtract multiples of 10 using a 100 square.
Wish 2: I can add and subtract multiples of 10.
Wish 3: I can add and subtract near multiples of 10.
Show 34 + 50 =.
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/paint-the-squares - open a 0-100 number square.
Colour in 34 and then count on five 10s to 84 i.e. 34, 44, 54, 64, 74, 84.
Explain that if they know 3 + 5 = 8, then they also know 30 + 50 = 80 (as it is 10 times bigger), so 34 + 50 = 84. Remind children that because they are moving down in a straight line the 1s digit does not change as we are only adding 10s.
Repeat, this time using 93 – 30 =. Demonstrate bouncing up three 10s from 93 to 63 counting back each time: 93, 83, 73, 63.
Solve 67 – 29 =. What is 29 nearly? Twenty-nine is nearly thirty.
Use the 100 square to count back 30 in 10s, then ask the children if that is the right answer? No. We need to add one as we subtracted one too many. Help them to adjust to get the correct answer.
Repeat with 26 + 61 =.
They count on six 10s then add the 1 afterwards.
Ask children to solve 85 – 41 =. Discuss how they did it, by counting back four 10s or knowing 80 – 40 = 40 then counting back an extra 1, so they subtract 41 altogether, to get 44.
Adding or subtraction multiples of 10 and near multiples of 10 sheet 1 textbook sheet. Page 17. Only complete questions 1-4.
Then move on to Adding or subtraction multiples of 10 and near multiples of 10 sheet 2 textbook sheet. Page 18.
Maths 6 (50 minutes)
KS2 Maths Y3: 10 min weekly workout – Autumn Term Workout 2
CGP KS2 Maths Targeted Question Book – Place Value page 6.
Art & Design/Design & Technology (1 hour 30 minutes)
LO: to use shade to darken and lighten colours.
WISH 1: I know what shade/tint is.
WISH 2: I can experiment with the colours.
WISH 3: I can use white and black to add tint/shade.
**If you aren't able to access paint at home, don't worry you could do a similar activity to below with coloured pencils but changing the shade by pushing harder to make it darker to the right and shading more gently to make it lighter to the left.**
What is shade/tint?
You can use white to lighten colours or black to make a colour darker – this is called changing the shade/tint.
Chn experiment in their art books first to lighten and darken colours using black and white. 5-10 mins
Use primary and secondary colours. Recap what these are –primary colours: red, blue and yellow. Secondary colours are made from mixing primary colours: purple, green and orange,
See picture below for an example.
Task: the chn use the sheet to darken the shade of the colours. Ensure that the first box is the lighter shade (chn mix white to the colours to achieve this), the second box is the colour itself without mixing white or black and the third box, the chn mix black to the colour.
Remind the chn that they should only be using a little bit of black and white paint to begin with to change the shade/tint and add more if needed.