 St Paul's C of E Primary School

Heathside Grove

LEARNING to make a difference

# Week 1

 Arithmetic Starter 2 x 8 = 236 + 252 = 876 – 424 = 7 x 4 = 4 x 3 = Flashback Questions Order the numbers from the smallest to the largest.    62     34      74     73     69 Finish the sequence        2   4   6   8   ­__   __   __   __   __ Partition the number 345 in three different ways. Round 23 to the nearest 10. If I have 2 £1 coins and 2 50p coins. How much money do I have? Reasoning Challenge There are 8 children. Each child has 3 sweets. How many sweets are there altogether? Squeak thinks there are 16 sweets. Do you agree? Yes     no Explain why?

Maths Activity 2

 Arithmetic Starter 7 x 8 = 4 x 4 = 6 x 3 = 232 + 225 = 879 – 234 = Flashback Questions   Use the column multiplication method to find the answers to the following questions. 26 x 2 = 35 x 3 21 x 4 12 x 8 23 x 2 = Reasoning Challenge   Tommy has four bags with five sweets in each bag. Annie has six bags with four sweets in each bag. Squeak thinks Tommy has more sweets. Do you agree – yes     no Explain you answer.

Maths Activity 3

 Arithmetic Starter 634 + 223 = 869 – 243 = 43 + 53 = 87 – 23 = 5 x5 = Flashback Questions Fill in the missing numbers 100    200    300    ____    ____    600    ____    700    ____    ____    1000 Count in 10’s from 0 e.g 0    10    20    …. Count in 10’s from the number 2 eg.  2    12    22    32    ____    ____    ____    ____ If I have 2 tens and 5 ones. What number do I have? If I have 4 hundreds, 3 tens and 2 ones. What number do I have? Reasoning Challenge Squeak thinks that if I have 4 hundreds, 3 tens and 7 ones then I have the number 347. Is Squeak correct?    Yes     No Explain your answer.

More Maths Activities

Top