Today we are going to revise how tenths and hundredths are represented as parts of a whole and how we write them using unit and non unit fractions. We will use the video, pausing after each stage, or use the powerpoint to recap on this knowledge today and then you will carry out a fun activity using a blank hundred square to show that you understand how tenths and hundredths are part of a whole. 😉
Today we are continuing our learning from last week about noun phrases. Please read through the Powerpoint and examples, before selecting a worksheet which is appropriate for your understanding and confidence.
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