Before you start the lesson, watch the videos below. These videos will help you understand the method when dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.
As you can see, because we are dividing, the numbers are becoming smaller, which is why you see the numbers moving to the right.
Today, we are going to be dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.
Have a look at the In focus question below.
What do you think the pictures mean?
How many doughnuts are there in 1 row? a tray? And in 10 trays? Have a closer look at the picture and see if you can count.
If we had 4792 doughnuts, how many groups of a thousand doughnuts could we get?
Have a look at page 2 below to see if you got this correct.
How many groups of a hundred doughnuts could we get?
Have a look at page 3 below to see if you got this correct.
How many groups of ten doughnuts could we get?
Have a look at page 4 below to see if you got this correct.
You have just shown that you can divide a number by 1000, 100 and 10!
Now, have a look at the Guided Practice below and answer these in your blended learning book.
Now you are ready to complete some examples on your own.
Complete worksheet 16 below in your home learning book. Take a picture of your work and send it to your teacher.