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# Maths

Monday 8th February

To compare and order fractions greater than 1

In this lesson, you will be comparing fractions which are greater than 1 whole.

## Spr5.5.5 - Compare and order fractions more than 1

Tuesday 9th February

In this lesson, you will be adding and subtracting fractions which have the same denominator.  Make sure you look carefully at the symbol, so that you accurately add or subtract.

## Spr5.6.2 - Add and subtract fractions

Wednesday 10th February

To add and subtract fractions with denominators which are multiples

Work through the Mymaths lesson on adding and subtracting fractions which have denominators which are multiples of each other. The picture below, shows you where to find it on Mymaths.  We have also set the online home work for you to have a go at.

## A worksheet for you to do if you prefer.

Thursday 11th February

To add and subtract fractions with different denominators

This lesson is similar to yesterdays, where you are adding and subtracting fractions which have denominators which are multiples of each other.  Refer back to yesterday's Mymaths lesson if you need to.  There are two sheets: one is adding and the other subtracting.

Friday 12th February - Maths investigation

In maths today, click on the link and it should take you to a mymaths investigation about frogs moving on lily pads.  There are instructions so follow them carefully.  To make it easier, start off with just 2 frogs on either end of the lily pads (you'll need to go to page 3 on mymaths and adjust it yourself.  You can gradually build up the number of frogs at each end to make it more difficult. If you want to take it further here are some questions to think about:

Can you see any patterns in the sequence of moves that it takes to swap the frogs over?
Can you explain why those patterns occur?
Can you describe a method for swapping all the frogs over in the minimum number of moves?

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