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Consolidation of Steps 4-6 Year 6 Decimals Learning Video Clip

Step 4-6: Consolidation of Steps 4-6 Year 6 Decimals Learning Video Clip

Alex and Sophia continue their school trip where they enjoy a lunch at Pizza Shed and work out how much the pizzas will cost. They also take a boat ride where they work out the price of the tickets for the whole group. In the Museum of Useless Information, they discover some fascinating facts that involve them multiplying and dividing decimals. Finally, there’s another quiz which tests all their knowledge!

This Learning Video Clip has been designed as a consolidation tool for steps 4, 5 and 6. It contains content relevant to all these steps and can be used in parts to recap a particular step or in on its own at the end of a teaching sequence for the included steps.

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Discussion points for teachers

1. How much will 9 pizzas cost him?
Discuss how to work out the sum making sure to focus on correct layout.
£47.25

2. Who do you agree with?
Discuss the correct price to use and the sum.
Sophia is correct. The tickets will cost £29.16

3. If they had paid full price, how much would it cost for 9 people?
Discuss the correct price and work out the answer. Discuss the differences in price.
£38.88

4. Do you agree with Sophia?
Discuss the sum that Sophia has worked out and the mistake she has made.

5. Alex and Sophia write out the answer, are they correct?
Discuss the different ways of solving the question and working out the answer.
No, the correct answer is 0.6

6. How much rain would fall on average each day?
Discuss ways of solving the question and showing the correct layout.
8.1mm

7. How much would 2 cookies cost?
Discuss what the problem is asking and the steps needed to get to the correct answer.
£0.64

8. Do you agree?
Discuss the sum and show the answer.
No, one cookie would cost £0.32

9. What word did she choose?
Discuss the game and the rules. Discuss words that can be seen and then work out the answers.
She chose the word - HAIR

National Curriculum Objectives

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