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Name: Mathematics Tasks for Hexagons Week 4Term 3 Hunter, Dan, Aidan, Christina, Xayvion, JamesWe are learning to: Success Criteria: 1. I am learning to use compatible numbers to solve 1. - Use 2 of the first 3 numbers to make the problems like 5 + 3 + 6 – 8, by first adding five and last number. three to get eight then removing the eight. - Then take the number away. 2. Write and order numbers to 1000 forwards and 2. Write and order numbers to 1000. backwards. 3. Instantly say the answer to doubles 3. Remember basic facts and doubles to 20. addition facts to 20.Tasks to complete:Thursday 9 August Tasks FinishedDo 2 activities on Studyladder or Mathletics. Computer Day:Use the Mimio to play a game from Room 14’s Numeracy MimioUltranet page - with a buddy.Tick your name off the class list when you have had a turn. Day:Work with the teacher in your group on TeacherFriday and Wednesday.BOOK 5Compatible Numbers (p26)- Copy maths sums and complete answers into your maths book. Book work- Mark it with a buddy. Day:Play 2 games from your group’s shelf. Maths Games Day:- Complete the symmetry worksheet. Worksheet- Mark it with a buddy.- Put it in your maths folder. Day:Find these shapes in the classroom. Digital cameraUse the digital camera to take a photo of them.Square, cube, circle, oval, sphere, rectangle. Day:Use the easi-speak to practise saying these basic facts with abuddy:4+16= 13+6= 5+15= 11+8=17+2= 3+15= 2+18= 14+4= Day: Managing Self - Self-AssessmentI was able to manage my time well and I was able to manage my time well and I was unable to manage my time wellfinished all of the tasks. finished some of the tasks. and completed none of the tasks.What have I learnt this week?What did I do well?What do I need help with?What will I do better next time?
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