It has been a fun week learning all about factors in Maths. Together the children now understand what a factor is and the product number. They know just how important times tables are and how they truly unlock the key to Maths.

**HOMEWORK**: In Maths next week we will be learning about area. Can you find out what area means in Maths and how to calculate it? For extra **BONUS **house points how is area different to perimeter?

Factors of 15:

1×15=15

5×3=15

5,10,15,

Factor of 12:

1×12=12

6×2=12

4×3=12

1,2,3,4,6,12

Factor of 50:

5×10=50

1×50=50

5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50

Factor of 36:

6×6=36

1×36=36

13,36,

Factor of 18:

7×3=18

1×18=18

9×2=18

9,18,

Factor of 10:

1×10=10

5×2=10

5,10,

Factor of 24:

1×24=24

8×3=24

12,24,

Area is the inside of a shape and you work it out by timesing the width by the height.

Perimeter is the outside off the shape and area the inside