Today, we are looking at related calculations. We have looked at this a little bit before. It is when you use a calculation you already know to help you solve a trickier calculation.
For example - if we know that 2 x 10 = 20, we also know that 2 x 100 = 200 and even 2 x 1,000 = 2,000!
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The PDF has 3 levels of challenge, just choose one worksheet to complete.
Follow the instructions on the pdf then complete the worksheet. If you'd prefer to write on paper, send me a picture attached to this assignment.
In this lesson, you will also find your spellings for this week. Do the task on the worksheet now, and during the week make sure you practise some more. You could use the spelling activity ideas which are on our class page under additional resources.
If you find typing hard but want to complete this digitally, try using the dictate feature in powerpoint. Click on the microphone on the top right of the home tab. Further instructions for how to use this feature can be found here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/dictate-your-presentations-and-slide-notes-in-powerpoint-97f3373e-58b9-4e39-b413-83d6d2c09055