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Wednesday 10th June 2020

English Year 3 and 4 Tongue Twisters: Alliteration can create great tongue twisters such as Peter Piper Picked a Pickled Pepper! Six sizzling sausages, sizzling in a pan. Can you create your own tongue twisters to challenge your family members with? Take a look at the PowerPoint for some inspiration.

 

Maths

Year 3: Write the numbers given in words. E.g. 99 = ninety-nine. 203 = two hundred and three. I have attached a sheet with the numbers written on in words to help you.

1.          23

 

6.       78

 

11.      836

 

2.       45

 

7.       71

 

12.      24

 

3.       147

 

8.       93

 

13.      117

 

4.       15

 

9.       104

 

14.      711

 

5.       22

 

10.      245

 

15.      946

 

Year 4: Number sentences.

Look at this number sentence: 4,123 + 3,865 = 7,988.

This can be rearranged to be:

3,865 + 4,123 = 7,988 OR

7,988 – 4,123 = 3,865 OR

7,988 – 3,865 = 4,123.

All of these number sentences can be made using just 3 numbers. Try with the following number sentences – you should have 3 variations after the original number sentence. You need to work out the answers first.

 

1) 5,982 + 1,222 =

2) 8,123 – 1,235 =

3) 7,421 + 4,621 =

4) 4,257 – 1,345 =

5) 10,642 – 5,872 =

6) 23,874 + 1,555 =

7) 16,832 – 13,111 =

8) 12,359 + 6,924 =

 

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