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Friday 10th July 2020


I am learning to solve division problems using the bar model 

Last week we looked at bar model for multiplication. Today we will explore it for division. 

Like arrays, bar model is a useful and visual way to represent and solve problems.  

Take a look at this quick video of how to use the Bar Model with Division problems Password Year1 

Then have a go at the division problems attached (Division with Bar model)! 


English  Can I write up the results of my experiment? 

Using the template attached below (experiment write up sheet) fill in your experiment name, the equipment you used, what you did and what you discovered. Or you may have used a plan template which includes a ‘Results’ area where you can write up what you discovered. 

If you haven't quite completed your preparation or have yet to conduct your experiment, continue with yesterday's learning then complete the above. Have fun scientists!!! 



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If you are unsure about which set to follow please don’t hesitate to email to ask and I will guide you   


Note: Please feel free to attempt the English tasks above on occasion too.   


Set 2 – oo – look at a book 
1)  took   2) shook   3) look 

Write these sentences using the focus sounds 

1) I took a book to look at. 

2) Have a good look at my foot. 

Set 3 – ew 
1) chew   2) stew   3) renew 

Write these sentences using the focus sounds 

  1. The new baby bird flew out of the nest. 

  1. Please put cashew nuts into the stew. 


Reading longer words – oo/ u-e/ ew 

Helpful links for parents and carers    

And don't forget Miss Spurrier’s speed sounds for extra practice (accessible at any time as an option)   

RWI Set 1 sounds    

RWI Set 2 sounds    

RWI Set 3 sounds   

Red words   

Level 1 Red words:   

Level 2 Red words:    

Level 3 Red words:   



Today I wanted to give you the chance to catch up on any topic learning that you may have missed or haven’t quite completed. All of the previous learning is saved in the blogs. Simply scroll back through the blogs using the < > arrows next to the Archive button, below the Padlet. All the learning and resources are saved in the original blogs.