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Thursday 14th January 2021


Spr5.2.4 - Multiply up to a 4-digit number by a 2-digit number

Today we are carrying on multiplying 4 digit by 2 digit numbers.  You can either continue with the tasks from yesterday or try some of the new ones.  The Target page has more calculations and the Word Problem and Reasoning sheet has some trickier questions to really push you.  There is no recap or anchor task today - just carry on with the multiplication work.

Answers are attached.



Today we are editing our writing from yesterday. 


Firstly, complete the Activating Prior Knowledge task on the document - you will need to edit the sentences, correcting the mistakes. The answers are included to check your work. 


If you did not do it yesterday, colour code your work like we do in school. You can use colours, wiggly/straight lines, boxes...just make sure it's neat! 


Use the Success Criteria to edit your work. Now you have colour coded, you will be able to see if there is anything on the SC that you have missed and you can add/change/edit if you need to. If you can, you could ask someone to have a look through your work and point out any spelling errors so that you can correct them using a dictionary. if you have one (and you're going to do it neatly!) you could use a purple pen to make corrections and amendments like we do at school. As well as correcting mistakes, make sure you also look for places you can make improvements to your language. 

Following on from our work last week looking at California, today we will look in more detail at some of the Geographical features of each region.  The regions song will help remind you of what they all are.

California's Regions

Start off by activating your prior knowledge and answering the questions on the SC sheet.  Your work from last week may help you with this.


Now move onto the lesson sheet.  You will see a selection of photos of different physical geographical features from California.  Using your maps from last week, the regions song and the 2 geographical vocabulary sheets, fill in the table.


Completed examples of the SC and the sheet are attached so that you can check your work.


You may also want to go back to your California map from last week and add any regions you missed.