This morning, Year 5 were experimenting with coding in Hopscotch with Mr Coultas. The children had to produce simple algorithms (codes) to move a fidget spinner across their screen as a response to moving their iPad in a certain direction. We then shared our work using SeeSaw to keep a digital record of their project.
In today’s Math’s lesson, we were discovering how adding a single digit to a number can adjust the size of a number significantly.
To do this we were using our expanding knowledge of place value to make numbers up to 10’000 using base 10 including 100 squares, 10 rods and single cubes.
Today, Year 5 worked collaboratively to discuss what makes a good learner. These will be the basis for our expectations this year.
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