Here are some questions we are aiming to be able to answer this week in maths.
How many pence make a pound?
Why do we write a decimal point between pounds and pence?
How would you convert 600p into pounds? How would you convert 620p into pounds?
Why is adding 99p the same as adding £1 and taking away 1p?
What do we mean by ‘change’ in the context of money?
Have a go at these reasoning questions at home
The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry
We have been making predictions, inferences and evaluations this week.
The problem of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest is highlighted through the story of a man tasked with chopping down the great Kapok tree. What happens when he becomes exhausted and decides to rest?
We don’t want to spoil the story here if you haven’t read it yet!
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