 St Paul's C of E Primary School

Heathside Grove

LEARNING to make a difference

# Week 10

Maths Activity 1

Recap:

 6x3= 6x4= 6x5= 6x6= 6x7= 6x8= 6x9= 6x10= 6x11= 6x12= 7x3= 7x4= 7x5= 7x6= 7x7= 7x8= 7x9= 7x10= 7x11= 7x12= 8x3= 8x4= 8x5= 8x6= 8x7= 8x8= 8x9= 8x10= 8x11= 8x12= 9x3= 9x4= 9x5= 9x6= 9x7= 9x8= 9x9= 9x10= 9x11= 9x12=

1. Last week you had to add 2 four-digit numbers on your place value grid using counters and then column addition. This week we are going to do the same but we might need to exchange our counters.

Example:

3,356 + 2,435 We know how to represent the numbers on our place value grid. When we add our ones we have 11, we can exchange 10 of our ones for a 10 counter. Do we need to exchange any 10s? 100s? or 1000s? When we add them up we get 5,791.

Use this method and the counters to calculate:

3,356 + 2,437

3,356 + 2,473

3,356 + 2,743   3. Spot Gru’s mistake: Maths Activity 2

Recap:

 10x3= 10x4= 10x5= 10x6= 10x7= 10x8= 10x9= 10x10= 10x11= 10x12= 11x3= 11x4= 11x5= 11x6= 11x7= 11x8= 11x9= 11x10= 11x11= 11x12= 12x3= 12x4= 12x5= 12x6= 12x7= 12x8= 12x9= 12x10= 12x11= 12x12=

1. Recap your learning from the last activity and answer these questions.

Remember: You might need to exchange! 2. Can you work out the missing number on the bar model. Use a place value grid to help you work it out. 3. Can you work out the missing numbers?  Maths Activity 3

Recap:

Write these numbers as words:

5,143

6,329

7,322

8,908 What columns did you need to exchange?

Is it easier or harder when you need to exchange more columns?  2. Can you remember what these symbols mean?

< > = = equal to

Work out the questions below and add in the correct symbol. 3. Have a go at answering these problem solving questions for adding 4-digit numbers.   Top