St Paul's C of E Primary School

Heathside Grove

LEARNING to make a difference

# Week 1

Maths Activity 1

Arithmetic Starter

1. 5813 + 1359 =
2. 87 ÷ 3 =
3. 424 – 51 =
4. 12 x 5 x 4 =
5. 729 x 4 =

Flashback Questions

1. What is the 3 worth in 2.134?
2. Which of these are square numbers:  1, 8, 16, 49, 60?
3. Write 38/7 as a mixed number?
4. Order these numbers from smallest to largest: 33, 130, -13, 303, -30, -100.
5. How many grams are there in 2.5 kilograms?

Reasoning Challenge

Todd chose a number.

He multiplied the number by 7.

Then he added 85.

His number was 953.

What number did Todd choose?

Maths Activity 2

Arithmetic Starter

1. 7624 – 931 - 87 =
2. 2.6 x 10 =
3. 0.3 x 3 =
4. 36.4 – 27.8 =
5. 15% of 90 =

Flashback Questions

1. Sort these numbers into odd and even: 27, 34, 16, 51, 42, 69 and 80.
2. What do the angles in a straight line add up to?
3. Round 145,603 to the nearest: 10, 100 and 1000.
4. Write these decimals as fractions: 0.25, 0.1 and 0.634.
5. What is the lowest common multiple of 5 and 7?

Reasoning Challenge

Buddy asked 60 dogs to choose their favourite flavour of dog food.

These were his results.

Chicken = 12

Beef = 8

Lamb = 15

Fish = 25

What percentage of the 60 dogs chose lamb?

Maths Activity 3

Arithmetic Starter

1. 7/9 of 45 =
2. 221 ÷ 17 =
3. 23.8 ÷ 1000 =
4. 63.6 x 7 =
5. 5/6 – 2/3 =

Flashback Questions

1. Double 49.  Halve 54.
2. What is the difference between 6 and -8?
3. What is the highest common factor of 12 and 15?
4. What is the value of a if a + 45 = 76?
5. Which is larger, 0.4m or 350mm?

Reasoning Challenge

Dylan has completed this calculation.

He thinks the answer is 2 thirds. Do you agree? Explain why.

Mrs Booth’s Challenge

If…

5 + 4 = 1920

6 + 1 = 576

9 + 6 = 31554

What will…

7 + 4 = ?

8 + 3 = ?

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