In your green maths book:
Today, use your times table knowledge to work out factors. Factors are the numbers that divide exactly into a given number.
For example, the factors of 10 are 1, 2, 5 and 10.
The factors of 12 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 12.
The factors of 7 are just 1 and 7.
(Basically, they are the smaller numbers that 'go into' the larger number).
a) List in your book the factors of the numbers given. The number written in brackets tells you how many you should be listing for that number.
1. 20 (which has six factors)
2. 25 (three)
3. 18 (six)
4. 19 (two)
5. 24 (eight)
6. 35 (four)
7. 48 (ten)
8. 100 (nine)
In your purple writing book:
Follow these two links to find out about using apostrophes - as you will see, they can be used for two different purposes. Watch the video clip, read the information, and complete the activities.
b) Then in your book, write five sentences where you use apostrophes. Use one contraction and one apostrophe for possession in each sentence.
e.g. It was Steve's turn, but he couldn't decide what to do.
c) If you can, get someone to test you on some of the spellings from yesterday: the silent 'ue' pattern.
league, tongue, vague, antique, unique, cheque.
d) Geography. Can you name the 5 oceans of the world?
Follow the link below to find out more. Watch the video clip, read the information and complete the activity.
In your book, write down the names of the 5 oceans, and for each one, write 1 or 2 facts. You may have to do a little additional research!