We would recommend that the children spend Monday and Tuesday working on the decimal addition activities and Wednesday, Thursday and Friday working on the decimal subtraction activities. They should aim to complete at least the Decimal Addition and Decimal Subtraction worksheets and most of Heinemann page 37 and page 38. The other Heinemann pages are extension activities. If they do Heinemann 6 page 45, they can skip question 1 as it isn't really relevant to what we are doing. If your child is unsure about any of the questions on the Heinemann activities, please send us a Seesaw message and we will help you!
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