Summer 1 Homework will all be related to Times Tables in preparation for the assessment later in the term.
We hope you found the information that we sent out before the holidays about the national test useful.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you or your child have any further questions.
The children are regularly working with Times Tables in class, but the best way to support them in readiness for the assessment, is to do little and often, as the repetition is what will help.
We would like to see the children spend 5 minutes a day on TT Rokstars at home.
They will then also have a weekly Times Tables recall sheet that will be posted on the website as their arithmetic homework activity. It does not need to be fully completed, but the children should be spending
15-20 minutes on the sheet and see how far they can get in that time.
The children love a challenge and will enjoy the competition of seeing how many questions they can answer in the set time.
Many thanks for the continued support.
Homework set 10th June
TIMES TABLES, TIMES TABLES, TIMES TABLES!
Please ensure your child does lots of revision over the weekend as the formal assessments will be starting from Monday for 2 weeks. The children can use any of the sheets from previous weeks as well as lots of goes on TT Rockstars. Please feel free to listen to Times Tables songs and play games. Anything and everything to help the children be able to quickly recall all their times tables.
Times Tables, Times Tables, Times Tables
Please make sure you revise your times tables in lots of different ways. Use Times Tables Rockstars as well as revisit any of the sheets below. Feel free to play games, recite or use any other method you like.
1st July 2022 -
The children have been set a time related maths activity for this week's homework. They can choose which page they do. They do not need to do all of them.
We are also asking that the children also do a few sessions on Times Tables Rockstars. Although the multiplication checks are finished, we do not want them to loose all that great learning. Repetition is still key.
The children have seen these Times Tables wheels before, but you may not have done so.
To complete, you need to multiply the inner circle with the number in the middle ring, which will give an answer in the outer ring. Where there are missing numbers, the inverse operation of division in needed to find the answer.