Today, we are moving on to the 9 times table. Remember to keep making links with all of your table facts.
You can ask a grown up or an older sibling to give you a times table and division test today on the 6 times table. Ask them to read out the questions twice and then you have 5 seconds to answer the question. If you don't know it, then you know you need to learn that fact. Good luck! Let me know your scores.
Open the above PowerPoint and go through the slides. There is no expectation for you to record your answers, but feel free to write things down in your books. It might help you later. Some of the slides show a modelled answer for you. There is a blank 100 square sheet you can download if you want, otherwise, just write down the numbers you would shade.
You have 2 sheets to complete today. The first is your Varied Fluency sheets. Please complete the "Expected" level, which starts at question 5a. If you find these too easy, then move onto the "Greater Depth" questions, or if too hard, then complete the "Developing" questions. We normally use the Expected set of questions in class.
The second sheet is our Reasoning and Problem Solving sheet. Again, complete the "Expected" level which begins at question 4a, unless as above, it's too easy or too hard.