22.05.20 4B Maths Home Learning

Good morning, for your Home Learning today you are going to be practicing your timetables. Take a look below for your bronze, silver and gold challenges.

Bronze – https://ttrockstars.com

Silver – chose a times table that you struggle with and create a poster on how you can learn them.

Gold – explain the pattern for learning the 9 times tables.

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34 thoughts on “22.05.20 4B Maths Home Learning

  1. Silver: I did it
    Gold:
    An easy way to learn the 9 times tables is on your fingers or the units start with 9 and go down to 0 and the tens start from 0 and go to 8.

  2. Bronze
    I scored 30 correct and 1 incorrect,
    Silver
    I don’t struggle that much with times tables.
    Gold
    The pattern for learning the 9 times table is that the ones column goes from 1 to 10 but the tens column goes from 9 down.

  3. BRONZE
    I got 15 correct in sound check.
    GOLD
    The pattern is,54 5 + 4= 9so all the answers for the nine times table when you separate them and add them together it equals 9

  4. BRONZE
    I got 23 out of 25.

    SILVER
    I will do the poster.

    GOLD
    The pattern in the 9 Times table is that in the ones coloum it goes from 9 backwards and in the tens coloum it goes from 0 forward for example:
    9
    18
    27
    36
    45
    54
    63
    72
    81
    90
    99
    108

    • Your arrays are great Ellie. Now use them to learn the facts by heart so that if anyone asks you what 7×4 is you can give an answer quickly.

  5. Bronze:
    I have done tt rockstars.
    Gold:
    The pattern of the nine times table is:
    1×9=9
    2×9=18
    3×9=27
    4×9=36
    5×9=45
    6×9=54
    7×9=63
    8×9=72
    9×9=81
    10×9=90
    11×9=99
    12×9=108
    The pattern in this is that in the tens column it goes from 1 to 10 amd in the units it goes from 9 to 0 and then starting again from 9.

  6. Bronze – I will do this.
    Silver – I will do this.
    Gold – the pattern for the 9 times table is that in the right hand column the numbers go backwards and in the left hand column, the numbers go forward : 9
    18
    27
    36
    45 etc

  7. Bronze
    I have done that .
    Silver
    I have done that .
    Gold
    The pattern of the 9 times table is that the ones get smaller and the tens gets bigger .

  8. Bronze
    I have done it
    Silver
    I didn’t struggle with the times table.
    Gold
    When you learning the 9 times you just add the tens and the ones like 18 you do 1+8=9, 2+7=9, 3+6=9 so that a pattern of the 9 times table.

  9. Bronze
    My score was 79 in two minutes
    Gold
    The pattern is they always add to 9 for example
    1×9=9
    2×9=18
    3×9=27
    4×9=36
    5×9=45 and the rest of the nine times table

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