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# Maths

Use your brilliant mathematical skills to complete these activities.
Week beginning 18th May

Arithmetic

Remember to show your working out for these questions. Remember you can look on the help document if you need to.

46 + 23 =                                35 + 30 =                     35 + 60 =

77 – 42 =                                98 – 36 =                     40 – 30 =

3 x 6 =                                    9 x 3 =                         5 x 11 =

28 ÷ 4  =                                 40 ÷ 5 =                       20 ÷ 10 =

½ of 26 =                                 1/2 of 16 =                   2/4 of 16 =

What do you notice about 1/2 of 16 and    2/4 of 16 ?

Week beginning 11th May

Arithmetic

Remember to show your working out for these questions. Remember you can look on the help document if you need to.

55 + 24 =                                30 + 60 =                     52 + 7 =

64 – 32 =                                57 – 30 =                     95 – 45 =

5 x 6 =                                    8 x 3 =                         10 x 5 =

16 ÷ 4 =                                  35 ÷ 5 =                       28 ÷ 2 =

½ of 40 =                                 1/2 of 18 =                   2/4 of 12 =

Date Challenge

What day is it today?

Which day will it be tomorrow?

Which day was it yesterday?

Write all the days of the week in the correct order. Check your spellings!

Write all the months of the year in the correct order. Check your spellings!

Week beginning 4th May

Arithmetic

Remember to show your working out for these questions. Remember you can look on the help document if you need to.

70 + 25 =                                27 +52 =                      92 + 6 =

75 – 42 =                                67 – 23 =                     80 – 20 =

7 x 6 =                                    3 x 3 =                         8 x 5 =

27 ÷ 9 =                                  20 ÷ 5 =                       14 ÷ 2 =

½ of 4 =                                 1/2 of 8 =                   2/4 of 24 =

Time challenge

What time is it now?

Can you draw this on the clock? Remember the hour hand is the small hand and the minute hand is the big hand.

What time will it be in half an hour?

How many minutes are in 1 hour?

How many minutes are in half an hour?

Can you draw a clock and draw different times? E.g. 2 o’clock or half past 4 or quarter to 5 or quarter past 11.

Week beginning 27th April

Arithmetic

Remember to show your working out for these questions. Remember you can look on the help document if you need to.

20 + 30 =                                71 +13 =                      45 + 53 =

99 – 32 =                                76 – 21 =                     40 – 30 =

4 x 6 =                                    9 x 2 =                        5 x 5 =

27 ÷ 9 =                                  15 ÷ 5 =                       14 ÷ 7 =

½ of 18 =                                 1/3 of 6 =                    2/4 of 20 =

Money challenge

Look at each coin – how much is it worth?

Can you put the coins into order smallest to largest value?

What about largest to smallest value?

How much money do you have altogether?

Take two coins away. How much do money you have left?

Can you make 10p? How many different ways can you make it?

Can you make 85p? How many different ways can you make it?

Can you think of your own?

Remember to give all the coins back at the end. Remember you only borrowed the coins!

Week beginning 20th April

Arithmetic

Remember to show your working out for these questions. Remember you can look on the help document if you need to.

14 + 30 =                          46 + 42 =                35 + 54 =

56 – 32 =                          98 – 32 =                65 – 24 =

3 x 5 =                             7 x 2 =                   6 x 3 -

18 ÷ 9 =                            12 ÷ 2 =                  28 ÷ 7 =

½ of 20 =                          ¼ of 16 =                2/4 of 18 =

Rainforest Problems

Remember to show your working out.

There were 24 trees in a part of the rainforest. 73 more were planted. How many trees are there now?

There were 99 trees but 54 of them were chopped down. How many trees are left?

There are 3 families of sloths. Each family has 6 sloths in it. How many sloths are there altogether?

There were 5 Macaws in the family. They had to share a pile of 20 nuts. How many nuts did they have each?

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