St Paul's C of E Primary School

Heathside Grove

LEARNING to make a difference

# Week 2

Watch this video first:

Find 10 small objects around your house (e.g. 10 pegs/ hair clips/crayons etc.)

Can you share them into 2 equal groups? How many objects are in each group? Are your groups equal?

Using your ten objects, split them into 5 equal groups. How many objects are in each group? Are your groups equal?

Using your 10 objects, split them into 3 groups. Can you do this? Are your groups equal?

Practise sharing equally on these games:

Spot Gru’s Mistake:

Recap: Share the cupcakes into 2 equal groups. How many cupcakes are in 1 group?

Share 12 into three equal groups.

Watch my example below for the method:

## 12 shared equally into 3 groups.

Can you share 15 into 3 equal groups? How many are in each group?

Check the clip below to see if you got the correct answer:

## 15 shared equally into 3 groups.

Share 16 into 4 equal groups.

Share 12 into 4 equal groups.

Share 18 into 3 equal groups.

Share 18 into 6 equal groups.

Gru has 16 minions.

He shares them into 2 boxes.

How many minions are in each box?

Recap:

Share 10 into 2 equal groups.

Share 8 into 4 equal groups.

Share 14 into 2 equal groups.

Share 20 into 5 equal groups.

If you got them all correct move onto the problem-solving questions. If you need more practise answer the questions below first:

Further Practise:

Share 6 into 3 equal groups.

Split 18 into 2 equal groups.

Split 10 into 5 equal groups.

Share 12 into 3 equal groups.

Problem Solving:

Dora has 10 biscuits.

She wants to share them equally at her party.

How many people could be at the party?

There are 10 cakes and 2 boxes.

An equal amount needs to be put into each box.

Who is correct? Why?

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