Harry has been off school because of the lockdown. He’s worried about going back to school after such a long time. Find out what he does to prepare himself so that it’s not so scary after all!
His film shows you how to upload a photo or video from your tablet to your J2E folder so that you can keep it or use it to create a document such as a J2mix presentation.
This video gives a brief explanation of the tools in Jit5 that we use in Foundation Phase.
This video explains how to find and retrieve saved files in J2e. It also shows you where to look for shared files.
This video explain how to use the free J2launch app to sign in on a tablet.
This is the more formal method of division.
This video shows how we can use 'Smile Multiplication' tables facts to efficiently calculate problems involving 3 digits divided by 1 digit.
2 digits divided by 1 digit.
An extension of simple fact families. Understanding how to generate these fact families from simpler ones, is a particularly good strategy to have especially when tackling division problems using the 'chunking' method, when the numbers we are dealing with get bigger! See division of 3 digits by 1 digit for more information.
This is a Big Maths term meaning a group of connected mathematical facts. Understanding fact families is really useful, especially when dealing with algebraic questions (where there is a missing number in the question). To illustrate this using a simple example, if you were asked 3 + ? = 10, you could work out the missing number by creating the fact family, ie 10 - 3 = 7 so 7 is the missing number because it fits into the fact family.
A clever 'Big Maths' technique to easily calculate numbers that add together to equal 1000.