Guiding each other around the classroom using our fraction and turns language
Turning using fraction knowledge
Fractions on a number line
How many fractions can Miss Sullivan eat? What happens when she eats 3/3? Other than be sick...
Beginning to see fractions as parts of a whole
Sometimes we may not know the answer, but we know how to work it out!
Using bar models to represent multiplication and division
Making equal groups is key to multiplying and dividing
Multiplication and division
Multiplication as repeated addition
Multiplication as arrays
Multiplication as equal groups
Big calculations? No problem, expanded formal written method to the rescue!
Bar modelling for large calculations
Number lines to 1,000
Making numbers different ways. This still says 566!
100 = 10 tens and 10 = 10 ones
How many ways can you make a number using tens and ones?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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