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Mental Maths Learning Objective I can count in 2s, 5s and in fractions.

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Main Learning Objective I am able to solve maths problems.

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Problem to be solved:-Luke gets 50p pocket money. He buys a comic for 28p. How much money has he got left? PROBLEM:- read through problem underlining all the words that are important and give us the clues how the problem could be best solved Working out

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Problem to be solved:-Luke gets 50p pocket money. He buys a comic for 28p. How much money has he got left? Calculation needed?:- From reading the question, the next step is to decide the kind of calculations and operations that are need to be used to solve the problem. Working out

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Problem to be solved:-Luke gets 50p pocket money. He buys a comic for 28p. How much money has he got left? Answer to Calculation?:- This the purely mathematical part where careful calculation is now needed in order to arrive at the correct answer.. Working out

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Problem to be solved:-Luke gets 50p pocket money. He buys a comic for 28p. How much money has he got left? Answer to Problem?:- This is sometimes the hardest part where we have to re-read the original problem and decide how the answer to our calculation enables use to solve it. Working out

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Problem to be solved:-There are 40 cows on a farm, and the farmer has milked 18 of them – how many left to milk?? PROBLEM:- read through problem underlining all the words that are important and give us the clues how the problem could be best solved Working out

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Calculation needed?:- From reading the question, the next step is to decide the kind of calculations and operations that are need to be used to solve the problem. Working out Problem to be solved:-There are 40 cows on a farm, and the farmer has milked 18 of them – how many left to milk??

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Answer to Calculation?:- This the purely mathematical part where careful calculation is now needed in order to arrive at the correct answer.. Working out Problem to be solved:-There are 40 cows on a farm, and the farmer has milked 18 of them – how many left to milk??

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Answer to Problem?:- This is sometimes the hardest part where we have to re-read the original problem and decide how the answer to our calculation enables use to solve it. Working out Problem to be solved:-There are 40 cows on a farm, and the farmer has milked 18 of them – how many left to milk??

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Today's Learning Objectives I am able to solve count on in 2s, 5s, and fractions I am able to solve maths problems.

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Problem Solving What is the problem? Calculation needed? Answer to Problem? Answer to Calculation?

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