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### Transcript of Year 3 Maths Home Learning Monday Look in your kitchen at home and try to find a container that...

This question required me to use my addition skills as the question was asking me to find the combined capacity of two containers. There were three unique combinations that I used and found one combination that added together to equal 3l 600ml.

For this question, I had to use the table to find the capacities that were being subtracted from each other. I found them one at a time and then made sure to subtract the smaller capacity form the larger one. I then wrote my answers neatly underneath.

When working out this question, it was important to read it a couple of times. This was the case as I needed to work out pot C first as pot A relied on knowledge of pot C. Once I had worked out pot C, I could then work out the remaining information using addition and subtraction.

Remember to write the date and the LO in your book. Choose which challenge you want to do. You can do as many as you wish. Bonus Task… Find different containers at home and create an addition or subtraction problem using them. If someone can work it out, then you can have two house points.

1000ml = 1L

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1. Which two of these containers would you need to have a total of 3L and 700ml?

2. Find the difference between the containers:

3. Wendy the witch is sorting through her cauldrons. Cauldron A holds 2L and 150ml more than Cauldron C. Cauldron B’s capacity is half of Cauldron C’s capacity.

What are the capacities of Cauldron A and C? 4. Mag the witch has put too much magic potion in her cauldron. She has 4L and 500ml but only needed 2L and 700ml. She has the bottles below to remove the potion. What different ways could she remove the potion so she has 2L and 700ml left?

• Year 3 Maths Home Learning – Tuesday LO: I can solve a range of capacity problems. Introduction: Today we are finishing off our topic of measurement by looking at a range of problems based around capacity. You will need to use your knowledge from previous lessons to break down and solve the following problems. If you are stuck at all, you may find it useful to look back at previous work to help you solve the question. The clips below will help remind you of the different skills. https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/88/itp- measuring-cylinder - Interactive measuring jug https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMpkm4dAB4w - Measuring in litres and millilitres https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAC_2JQJGdo – Comparing capacities

Remember to write the date and the LO in your book. Choose which challenge you want to do. You can do as many as you wish. Bonus Task… Look in your kitchen at home and try to find a container that holds more than 600ml and less than 950ml. If you can find one, you can have a house point.

1000ml = 1L

• Activity

‘I have 6L of liquid in my container’.

2. Deena thinks that container B has a larger capacity than container A because 100 has a bigger value than 1. Is she correct? Explain why.

3. Josh fills the measuring cylinder with liquid. The volume is more than 1L 600ml but less than 1L and 750ml. Which of these containers could he fill exactly?

1. Lu says, “The jug has a capacity large enough to make 2 lots of slime”.

Is he correct? Prove it. What is the difference between the capacity of the jug and the volume of liquid?

• Year 3 Maths Home Learning – Wednesday LO: I can recognise the value of different coins. Introduction: Today we are starting to look back at areas of maths that we have covered this year and recapping them so we are ready for next year. Over the next two days we will look at money. Beside this text are the coins that we use in the UK. Remember that 100 pence is equal to 1 pound. Watch the clips below to remind yourself of how recognise different values of money. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vs8F_g3MGtM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1y65mk6y5g From 2.30 – 7.00

This question gave me two statements about the coins show, I had to find which one was true. The first thing I did was label each coin underneath so that I could then add them together. I proceeded to add these together to find the final answer which was £2.03 and I wrote this neatly underneath.

For this question, I had to find combinations of coins. I could make the value of the goods up which meant that I just had to focus on the value of coins being more than a pound for the crisps and less than a pound for the chocolate. I followed this method and wrote how many of each coin they had clearly. I finally put the total value of each good in the table. Remember to write the date and the LO in your book. Choose which challenge you want to do. You can do as many as you wish. Bonus Task… Give yourself two minutes to find as many coins at home as you can. If you can group them correctly into their values, then you can have a house point.

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1. Brett and Leah are finding the total of the coins below. Brett – “I think the total is £4 and 20p”. Leah – “I think the total is £3 and 20p”. Who is correct? Explain why. 2. Look at the pricelist below.

Tom uses 9 coins to buy the doll and 4 coins to buy the board game. Find three possible combinations of coins for each item which total less than £10 for each item. 3. Below is a price list for the items on sale in the pet shop. Sam and Jane only buy two items each. Sam – “I use no more than 20 coins to buy rabbit food and a hamster cage”. Jane – “I only use 17 coins to buy hamster bedding and dog biscuits”. Investigate which coins they use to buy each of their items. Investigate which items from the pricelist could be paid for using the same number of coins.

• Year 3 Maths Home Learning – Thursday LO: I can calculate how much change to give when using money. Introduction: We are carrying on our topic of money today. The particular focus is on change. Change is the name we use for the money that is given back to someone if they pay for something with too much money. We work this out by subtracting the value of the item from the amount we pay with, this tells us how much change should be given back. Watch the clips below to understand more.

This question asked me to find the missing part of the bar model. I knew the total needed which was £5. I then had to subtract the lower part that I knew which was £2.50. I first subtracted the pounds and then the pence separately which gave me the final answer of £2.50.

For this question, I started by finding out the value of the two groups of coins. Then from this I found how much money was paid (£5.00). I then subtracted the pounds first and finally the pence. This gave me the answer of £3.77. this matched one of the groups of coins so I found it to be my final answer. Remember to write the date and the LO in your book. Choose which challenge you want to do. You can do as many as you wish. Bonus Task… With an adult, create a shop at home for your adult to buy something from. Make sure you give the correct change! Have a house point if you manage this.

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1. Jade buys a bag of popcorn for £1 and 45p. She pays with a £2 coin. What will her change be?

2. Billy buys a comic which costs £1 and 64p. He gives the shop keeper a £5 note.

Which is correct? Prove it. 3. Fred and Poppy visit the DIY store. They buy two items each. They both have two notes with a total value of less than £20. Poppy spends more than Fred.

What two notes could Poppy and Fred have? Explore which two items they b