We would suggest that the children spend Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday working on the decimal multiplication activities and Thursday and Friday working on the decimal division activities.
In case your child isn't sure what to do completing the questions on Heinemann 7 page 33, they do a written sum and calculate the answer. For example, the answer for Q1(a) is 4.8. They have to look at the units digit which in this case is 4 and look at the yellow key to find the code letter which is A. The letters from Q1 spell out the first two words of a message; the letters from Q2 spell out the third and fourth words and the letters from Q3 spell out the last word. Look at the answer page if you are still unsure and hopefully it will make sense!
Remind your child about including units of measurement, e.g. kg, m, etc, if needed.
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