Mental Maths!

Over the past two weeks, we have been using our place value knowledge to understand tenths and hundredths. Throughout this time, the children have used visual representations to help them identify tenths and hundredths, written tenths and hundredths as fractions and decimals, as well as using part-whole models to partition decimal numbers into tenths and hundredths.  To finish off our topic, we played a fun game which allowed the children to put their knowledge into practice.  The children had to pick a number then roll the dice to see if they would have to multiply or divide their number by 10 or 100.

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