Maths
Tuesday 14th July
Year 3
For our remaining weeks in year three I thought you would enjoy a maths challenge. Each day this week, you will have to use our learning in maths so far solve a mystery. I hope you enjoy it!
Don’t forget to cross out the culprits that don't fit the clue (click here).
Year 4
Monday 13th July
Year 3
If there is one thing you know about me Year 3, it is that I love chocolate!
Someone has raided my secret chocolate stash in the classroom, and I need you to help me find the culprit!
Solve the clues each day to work out who the chocolate thief is. After solving each clue, don’t forget to cross out the culprits on this list (click here).
Year 4
Friday 10th July
Year 3
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In maths, we are going to recap our learning so far rather than focusing on one specific topic. This will give you the chance to master your calculation and reasoning skills.
Check your answers here.
Year 4
Thursday 9th July
Year 3
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In maths, we are going to recap our learning so far rather than focusing on one specific topic. This will give you the chance to master your calculation and reasoning skills.
Check your answers here.
Year 4
Thursday 09.07.2020
Wednesday 8th July
Year 3
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In maths, we are going to recap our learning so far rather than focusing on one specific topic. This will give you the chance to master your calculation and reasoning skills.
Check your answers here.
Year 4
Wednesday 08.07.2020
Tuesday 07.07.2020
Monday 06.07.2020
Friday 03.07.2020
Arithmetic
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Maths Task – Fraction Code Breaker!
Find the answers to the fraction addition calculations and then use the code breaker to find the words they spell out. You might need to find equivalent fractions to help you.
HINT! The words are all big or small things!
Thursday 02.07.2020
Fluent in Five
 3,086 + ___ = 10,000
 Write 237 in Roman Numerals
 MMMDCCCXXVI =
 8 x 6 x 10 =
 656 ÷ 8 =
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Maths Task – Add two or more fractions
Wednesday 01.07.2020
Fluent in Five
 874 + 200 =
 29 x 3 =
 41 ÷ 3 =
 1,087 – 100 =
 7 x 3 x 2 =
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Maths Task – Counting in Fractions
Tuesday 30.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 2,517 – 1,876 =
 187 + ___ = 1,014
 + __ = 1
 9 x 12 x 10 =
 1.8 – 0.4 =
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Maths Task – Counting in Fractions
Monday 29.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 570 + 1,367 =
 160 – 79 =
 10 x 43.5 =
 12 x 6 =
 2.8 + 4.9 =
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Maths Task – Fractions Greater Than 1
Friday 26.06.2020
Arithmetic
 8,974 + 100 =
 274 + 347 =
 2,807 – 2,089 =
 6 x 5 x 10 =
 3.9 + 7.2 =
 656 ÷ 8 =
 of 88 =
 10 x ___ = 27
 6 x 3 =
 9 x 9 =
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Maths Task – Fractions Greater Than 1
Thursday 25.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 7,000 – 597 =
 752 + ___ = 2,000
 ___ x 10 = 34
 0.2 + 12.9 =
 12 x 6 =
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Maths Task – Equivalent Fractions
Year 4
Wednesday 24.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 10,978  ___ = 5,798
 7 x 6 =
 8 x 9 =
 of 28 =
 6 x 7 x 2 =
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Maths Task – Equivalent Fractions
We're carrying on with some more equivalent fraction questions today. Have a go at the worksheet below then check your answers!
Tuesday 23.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 605 + 3,987 =
 874 – 474 =
 100 x 0.8 =
 12 x 3 =
 0.9 + 10.8 =
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Maths Task – Equivalent Fractions
Remember you can look at the fraction wall on your knowledge organiser to help you find equivalent fractions.
Monday 22.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 106 + 1,906 =
 489 – 196 =
 100 x 32 =
 12 x 4 =
 0.6 + 4.4 =
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Maths Task – What is a fraction?
This week we are looking back at the learning we did on fractions earlier in the year. Have a look at the knowledge organiser to remind yourself of the key learning on this topic.
Friday 19.06.2020
Arithmetic
 3,710 + 100 =
 2,734 + 179 =
 7,021 – 2,897 =
 5 x 3 x 4 =
 1.9 + 2.7 =
 350 ÷ 5 =
 of 72 =
 100 x ___ = 36
 12 x 7 =
 8 x 8 =
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Maths Task – Comparing Area
Thursday 18.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 16 ÷ 4 =
 8 x 7 =
 12 x 4 =
 of 21=
 100 x ___ = 54
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Maths Task – Making Shapes
Wednesday 17.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 699 ÷ 3 =
 780 + ___ = 2,000
 100 X 0.79 =
  =
 Write 257 in Roman Numerals
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Maths Task – Counting Squares
Tuesday 16.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 2.7 – 1.8 =
 5,016 – 2,874 =
 9 x 2 x 8 =
 8 x 10 x 5 =
 366 ÷ 6 =
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Maths Task – What is area?
Monday 15.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 914 + 1,079 =
 201 – 197 =
 100 x 56 =
 12 x 8 =
 0.7 + 8.4 =
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Maths Task – What is area?
This week we are looking back at the learning we did on area earlier in the year. Remember: Area is the space inside a shape!
Have a look at the knowledge organiser below to remind yourself of the key learning on this topic.
Use sticky notes (or make small squares of paper) to measure the area of objects in your house. Fill in the table below with your estimate and the area you measure. Choose three more objects to complete the table.
Friday 12.06.2020
Arithmetic


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Maths Task – Correspondence Problems
Thursday 11.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 24 ÷ 6 =
 96 ÷ 3 =
 109 = 53 + __
 0.8 + ___ = 1
 ¼ of 88 =
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Maths Task – Dividing 3digit numbers by 1digit numbers
Wednesday 10.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 10 x 4 x 3 =
 of 48 =
 CCCIX =
 ___  87 = 241
 0.12 x 10 =
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Maths Task – Dividing 2digit numbers by 1digit numbers
Tuesday 09.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 2 x 7 x 9 =
 1,037 + 94 =
 CCCXXVIII =
 49 ÷ 7 =
 100 x 45 =
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Maths Task – Multiplying 3digit numbers by 1digit numbers
Monday 08.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 10 x 0.84 =
 20 x ___ =200
 4 x __ = 4
 12 x 46 =
 60 ÷ 5 =
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Maths Task – Multiplying 2digit numbers by 1digit numbers
Friday 05.06.2020
Arithmetic
 715 – 30 =
 759 + 300 =
 96 ÷ 8 =
 33 x 6 =
 3 x 10 x 7 =
 + =
 of 28 =
 459 ÷ 9 =
 137 ÷ 10 =
 4.7 x 10 =
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Maths Task  Written methods
Thursday 04.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 6,078 + 2,179 =
 100 x 2.7 =
 6 x 10 x 8 =
 of 81 =
 147 ÷ 7 =
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Maths Task  Efficient multiplication
Wednesday 03.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 7 x 8 x 2 =
 10 x 14 =
 100 x 16 =
 207 + 29 =
 2,013 – 974 =
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Maths Task  Factor Pairs
Tuesday 02.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 804 + 1,207=
 Write 152 in Roman Numerals
 121 ÷ 11 =
 18 x 10 =
 2,700 ÷ 10 =
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Maths Task  Multiply 3 numbers
Monday 01.06.2020
Fluent in Five
 2,818 + 1,097 =
 2,000  897 =
 9 x 5 x 4 =
 12 x ___ = 144
 of 54 =
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Maths Task  11 and 12 x tables
Welcome back! I hope you have had a lovely half term break and have been enjoying the sunshine! We are going to be focussing on multiplication and division again this week. Because this is a recap of something we have done quite a lot of in school, you should be able to work through these on your own using the methods we have learnt earlier in the year. Here is a knowledge organiser to remind you of the key learning:
Friday 22.05.2020
Arithmetic
 372 + 600 =
 482 – 50 =
 88 x 6 =
 76 ÷ 4 =
 4501 + 329 =
 6728 – 734 =
 7 x 8 =
 7 x 3 x 6 =
 986 x 2 =
 7.9 – 0.6 =
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Maths Task
Thursday 21.05.2020
Fluent in Five
 + =
 180 ÷ 10 =
 817 – 109 =
 7 x 12 =
 56 ÷ __ = 7
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Maths Task
Today you will continue with your 7 times table work, looking at the multiplication and division facts.
Wednesday 20.05.2020
Fluent in Five
 8 x 2 x 7 =
 100 x ___ = 4,800
 4,809 + 371 =
 2/9 of 81 =
 360 ÷ 9 =
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Maths Task
We’re moving on to the 7 times table today. See if you can write out your 7 times table from memory before starting today’s task.
Tuesday 19.05.2020
Fluent in Five
 1,008 – 854 =
 2,997 + 107 =
 9 x 26 =
 540 = ___ x 9
 2 x 12 x 9 =
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Maths Task
We are carrying on with our 9 time tables today, looking at the multiplication and division facts.
Monday 18.05.2020
Fluent in Five
 297 + 1,108 =
 720 – 289 =
 10 x 24 =
 6 x 30 =
 ___ x 6 = 180
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Maths Task
We are carrying on with our multiplication and division learning again this week. Look back at the knowledge organiser from last week if you need reminding of any of the key learning.
Today’s topic is the 9 times table. Before you start the task, see if you can write out your 9 times table from memory.
Extra Worksheet (if you want a challenge!)
Friday 15.05.2020
Arithmetic
 479 – 100 =
 72 + 200 =
 624 – 30 =
 64 ÷ 4 =
 2788 + 3417 =
 8291 – 73 =
 9 x 5 =
 9 x 2 x 4 =
 352 x 3 =
 3.54 + 0.09 =
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Maths Task
We’re spending some more time working on the 6 times table today – looking at the multiplication and division facts. Write out your 6x tables again and then your 3x tables. What do you notice?

Challenge 4
Read each statement. Are they true or false? Explain why.
Thursday 14.05.2020
Fluent in Five
 of 55 =
 25 ÷ 1 =
 9 x 0 =
 1,811 – 489 =
 78 x 5 =
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Maths Task
Today’s task will focus on multiplying and dividing by 6. See if you can write out your 6 times table from memory before having a go at the tasks.
Wednesday 13.05.2020
Fluent in Five
 823 + 1,991 =
 642 – 287 =
 48 x 6 =
 29 x 9 =
 84 ÷ 3 =
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Maths Task
Today we will be recapping dividing by 1. Dividing a number by 1 means sharing it between just one group. For example, if I have 12 apples and I share them between 1 friend, the friend will get 12 apples.
12 ÷ 1 = 12
Challenge 4 
Tuesday 12.05.2020
Fluent in Five
 2,807 + ____ = 4,000
 999 – 50 =
 57 x 100 =
 57 x 10 =
 890 ÷ 100 =
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Maths Task
Today we are looking at multiplying numbers by 1 and 0.
REMEMBER! Multiplying a number by 1 means you have one lot of that number, so the answer is the same as the number you are multiplying by 1. For example:
7 x 1 = 7
1 x 12 = 12
Any number multiplied by 0 is 0.
2 x 0 = 0
0 x 9 = 0
Monday 11.05.2020
We are going to be focussing on multiplication and division this week. Because this is a recap of something we have done quite a lot of in school, you should be able to work through these on your own using the methods we have learnt earlier in the year.
Here is a knowledge organiser to remind you of the key learning:
Fluent in Five
 1,687 + 2,871 =
 3,114 – 2,971 =
 12 x 8 =
 11 x ___ = 77
 ½ of 46 =
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Maths Task
Today we will start with multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100.
REMEMBER! When you multiply your digits move left and when you divide your digits move right.
The distance they move depends on the amount of zeros in your number. If you are multiplying by 100 they move left, 2 spaces because 100 has 2 zeros! The decimal point does not move! Use the place value chart below to help you.
Thursday 07.05.2020
Fluent in Five
 46 + 81 =
 7 x 40 =
 + =
 9441 – 1000 =
 4 x 12 x 7 =
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Maths Task
Today you will be finding the perimeter of rectangles.
Remember, if you know the length and width of a rectangle you can work out the missing lengths and then calculate the perimeter.
Have a look through the powerpoint and then try te questions on the worksheet!
Wednesday 06.05.2020
Fluent in Five
 81 x 6 =
 701  287 =
 of 54 =
 103 + 7899 =
 9 x 50 =
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Maths Task
Today's maths is all about perimeter. Remember that the perimeter is 'the distance around a shape'.
For today you will be calculating the perimeter of a shape using a grid (tomorrow we will move on to using mm/cm/km to work out the perimeter of rectangles). Count how many squares make up the distance around each of these shapes. Think about how you can make sure you count all of the sides only once.
Now have a go at today's worksheet:
Tuesday 05.05.2020
Fluent in Five
 177 + 1008 =
 ____ + 413 = 487
 87 x ___ = 8700
 12 x 8 =
 2 x 5 x 2 =
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Maths Task
Today you will be looking at kilometers!
Can you research any athletic running races? What distances are they run over? Can you convert the measurement between meters and kilometer?
Monday 04.05.2020
Fluent in Five
 1408 + 109 =
 9713 – 987 =
 18 x 100 =
 170 ÷ 10 =
 9 x 3 x 2 =
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Maths Task
We will be recapping our length and perimeter topic this week, so have a look at the knowledge organiser below to remind you of the key learning.
It is a great opportunity for you to do some practical work this week as well as the normal worksheets!
Today's task will be to use a ruler to measure the length and perimeter of some of the things in your house and record them either in the table linked here or you can make your own!
Friday 01.05.2020
Arithmetic
(Give yourself 10 minutes to complete your arithmetic. Ask a grown up to check your answers!)
 39 + 100 =
 581 – 100 =
 208 + 300 =
 418 – 40 =
 73 x 4 =
 69 ÷ 3 =
 + =
  =
 6731 + 3629 =
 4037 – 538 =
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Maths Task
"If you've finished, check through your answers!"
I'm sure you've all heard me say that lots of times, but today you are going to recap some of the strategies you can use to help you check your answers properly! Have a look through the powerpoint and then have a go at the worksheet!
Thursday 30.04.2020
Fluent in Five
 11 + 72 =
 9 x 30 =
 + =
 9799 – 1000 =
 4 x 8 x 7 =
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Maths Task
Today is all about estimating! This is a really important skill as it helps you to look at your answer and check if it looks right. We use rounding to make the numbers in the calculation easier and then see if the answer we get is close to this.
For example, if I asked you to work out 1490  818 and you thought it was 225 you could check if your answer looks right by estimating and seeing how far off your answer is.
We do this by rounding the numbers in the calculation:
1490 to the nearest 100 is 1500
818 to the nearest 100 is 800
Now your numbers are much easier to do in your head.
1500  800 = 700
You can now see that your answer of 225 is very far off from 700, so you would need to have another go at the question!
Have a look through the powepoint for some more examples, then have a go at today's worksheet!
Wednesday 29.04.2020
Fluent in Five
 11 x 3 =
 701  599 =
 ½ of 208 =
 210 + 1080 =
 4 x 50 =
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Maths Task
We're carrying on with some subtraction today, but focussing on using the most efficient method. That means looking at the numbers and deciding if you need to do the full written method or if there is an easier or quicker way to do it. Have a look at the examples below, explaining the methods you might want to use.
Now have a go at today's activities  think carefully about which method is most efficient in each question!
Tuesday 28.04.2020
Fluent in Five
 109 + 3710 =
 ____ + 207 = 4077
 42 x ___ = 420
 12 x 6 =
 2 x 8 x 6 =
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Maths Task
Today, you will be looking at subtracting 4 digit numbers. Have a look at the example that has been worked out below. Can you spot where they have had to do an exchange? Remind yourself how to use the column subtraction method before having a go at today's task!
Video (click launch to start the video)
Monday 27.04.2020
Fluent in Five
 6891 + 558 =
 9713 – 2073 =
 82 x 100 =
 307 ÷ 10 =
 12 x 8 x 4 =
Times Table Rockstars
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Maths Task
This week we will focus on addition and subtraction. Have a look at the knowledge organiser to remind yourself about the written methods, when to exchange an how to use more efficient methods of addition and subtraction.
For today we will focus on addition. Check carefully as there might be some exchanges needed! Linked below are the powerpoint, worksheet and answers so you can check your work!
Friday 24.04.2020
Arithmetic
(Give yourself 10 minutes to complete your arithmetic. Ask a grown up to check your answers!)
 276 + 100 =
 672 – 100 =
 56 + 70 =
 698 – 300 =
 34 x 8 =
 72 ÷ 4 =
 + =
  =
 476 + 1000 =
 1892 – 1000 =
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Maths Task
Today is Roman Numerals day! I know you all enjoyed doing this when you did it earlier in the year, so I hope you have fun recapping it today!
Firstly, have a look at the song and game linked below:
Roman numerals song (This is stuck in my head now!)
Now have a go at the worksheet task:
Thursday 23.04.2020
Fluent in Five
 16 + 96 =
 11 x 20 =
 + =
 3,889 – 1,000 =
 7 x 3 x 6 =
Times Table Rockstars
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Maths Task
Today you will use your place value knowledge to estimate where numbers will go on a number line.
Have a look at this example:
We know the starting number and the end number.
Can you work out the intervals?
Where would 2850 go on the number line?
Now have a look at today's activity below.
Wednesday 22.04.2020
Fluent in Five
 11 x 11 =
 826  597 =
 ½ of 148 =
 4,877 + 1006
 8 x 70 =
Times Table Rockstars
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Maths Task
Today we are going to look back at partitioning. Partitioning big numbers into smaller chunks can help with lots of other things in maths, so it is important you can find different ways of splitting up numbers.
First, remind yourself how to partition by watching the video linked below:
Can you work out which numbers have been partitioned here?
There is a powerpoint linked below with examples of partitioning questions, then have a go at the worksheet for today!
Tuesday 21.04.2020
Fluent in Five
 781 + 1,074 =
 ____ + 479 = 1,840
 85 x ___ = 8,500
 12 x 9 =
 12 x 8 x 2 =
Times Table Rockstars
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Maths Task
Today we will be carrying on with rounding, but this time rounding to the nearest hundred. If you need to, watch th video from yesterday again to remind you what is different about rounding to the nearest 10 and 100.
Then have a go at today's worksheet!
Monday 20.04.2020
Welcome back! I hope you have enjoyed some time off and had a lovely Easter.
Fluent in Five
 5,147 + 128 =
 2,917  1,086 =
 45 x 100 =
 976 ÷ 10 =
 10 x 8 x 6 =
Times Table Rockstars
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Maths Task
For your maths learning each day, we will now be going back over some of our previous learning in maths  things you have already done so far in Year 4, so you can remind yourself of what you learnt and make sure you can still use the learning we did! Because we have already covered this topic, you should be able to complete the tasks independently.
We will start with some place value work this week. Before you start, have a look at the knowledge organiser below  this will help you with all the tasks for the place value topic.
Today we are starting with rounding to the nearest 10. There is a video linked to remind you how we do this, a powerpoint to go through and then a worksheet to complete. When you have finished, the answers are also below so you can check through your work.
Easter Holidays
During the two week Easter break there will be no daily tasks set on this page!
Please have a look at the Easter Task page for some fun activities to keep you busy over Easter.
Friday 03/04/2020
Happy Friday Year 4! Here is your arithmetic for this week. Remember to set a timer for 10 minutes and then email me with your score!
Arithmetic
 402  100 =
 1,307 + 254 =
 91 ÷ 7 =
 11/12  7/12 =
 7116  516 =
 4 x 6 x 5 =
 812 x 6 =
 8.2  0.9 =
 66 ÷ 100 =
 5/6 of 18 =
Today’s task
Complete week 2, lesson 5  Divide one and two digit numbers by 100
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Thursday 02/04/2020
It's great to see lots of your maths work each day  keep it up Year 4!! Here is today's learning:
Fluent in 5
 2,020 + 204 =
 2.49 x 10 =
 2.49 x 100 =
 4 x 3 x 12 =
 88 ÷ 3 =
Today’s task
Complete week 2, lesson 4  Hundredths on a place value grid
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Wednesday 01/04/2020
Happy April! Here are your midweek maths challenges!
Fluent in 5
 123 + 2,019 =
 8 x 9 x 4 =
 __ x 12 = 96
 __ ÷ 11 = 8
 2.8 ÷ 10 =
Today’s task
Complete week 2, lesson 3  Hundredths as decimals
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Tuesday 31/03/2020
Here are the maths tasks for today.
Fluent in 5
 8,642 + 1,337 =
 2 x 4 x 7=
 7.4 x 100 =
 2/9 of 45 =
 396 ÷ 10 =
Today’s task
Complete week 2, lesson 2  Hundredths
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Monday 30/03/2020
It's the start of a brand new week! I hope you have had a fantastic weekend and are ready for anther week of learning from home!
Here are the maths tasks for today.
Fluent in 5
 4,567 + 597 =
 2,182  199 =
 78 x 4 =
 89 x 8 =
 486 ÷ 6 =
Today’s task
Complete week 2, lesson 1  Dividing 2 digit numbers by 10
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Friday 27/03/2020
Happy Friday! Just as we would on a Friday at school, today we have an arithmetic test. Set yourself a 10 minute timer and try your best with these questions. Remember to check your answers if you have extra time. Please then email me with your score.
Arithmetic
 1996 – 1000 =
 3622 + 5759 =
 12 x 8 =
 87 x 6 =
 8/9 – 2/9 =
 7.2 + 0.9 =
 88 ÷ 10 =
 4.66 – 2.7 =
 3/7 of 49 =
 56 ÷ 7 =
Today’s task
Complete lesson four  Tenths on a number line
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Thursday 26/03/2020
Good morning Year 4, I hope you are all enjoying the sunshine! I am really pleased to see how many of you have been on Times Table Rockstars every day! It has been lovely to be hear from some of you via email too, showing me all the hard work you are putting in at home. Keep it up!
Here are the maths tasks for today.
Fluent in 5
 5,125  4,987 =
 0.59 x 10 =
 4/7 of 105 =
 6 x 28 =
 ____ + 999 = 2,741
Today’s task
Complete lesson three  Tenths on a place value grid
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Wednesday 25/03/2020
Wednesday's task is linked below! Please also complete your Fluent in 5 questions and go on Times Table Rockstars. Well done to those of you who I have seen are playing every day  remember I can see who has been doing their times tables!
Fluent in 5
 1,857 + 199 =
 587  299 =
 21 ÷ 100 =
 43 x 8 =
 2/9 of 108 =
Today’s task
Complete lesson two  Tenths as decimals.
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Tuesday 24/03/2020
Good Morning Year 4! I hope you enjoyed learning from home yesterday and are starting to get into a good routine!
For the rest of this week, the task for maths each day will be a link to a website called White Rose. Each ‘lesson’ has a video to watch, an activity to complete and then the answers to mark your own work (just like we do in school!)
Please also remember to do your Fluent in 5 questions and spend time on Times Table Rockstars.
Fluent in 5
 5,401 + 679 =
 ______ + 437 = 1,021
 456 ÷ 100 =
 38 x 6 =
 126 ÷ 6 =
Today’s task
Complete lesson one  Can I recognise tenths and hundredths?
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Monday 23/03/2020
Fluent in 5
 5,892 + 4,988
 6,000  3,977
 145 x 7
 2,000 ÷ 100
 2/3 of 21
Today's Task
Page 1 of your Maths Activity pack: Label the fractions. Use the Fraction Wall to write down equivalent fractions.
Don't forget to go on Times Table Rockstars!
Tuesday 7th July
Year 3
TT Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
In maths, we are going to recap our learning so far rather than focusing on one specific topic. This will give you the chance to master your calculation and reasoning skills.
Check your answers here.
Year 4
Monday 6th July
Year 3
TT Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
In maths, we are going to recap our learning so far rather than focusing on one specific topic. This will give you the chance to master your calculation and reasoning skills.
Check your answers here.
Year 4
Recap challenges
Each day this week you will have four challenges to complete. The questions will cover all of the learning done so far in Year 4. Each day you will have:
 Fluent in five
 A word problem
 An ‘explain it’ question
 A challenge question
Remember to also spend some time on Times Table Rockstars each day.
Friday 3rd July
Year 3
Arithmetic
1. 40 x 6
2. 32 x 3
3. 167 + ? = 200
4. 400  35
5. 932  641
6. 449 + 207
7. 11 x 8
8. 78 + 40
9. 27 ÷ 9
10. __ x 4 = 32
Check your answers here.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Year 4
Arithmetic
Times Table Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Fraction Code Breaker!
Find the answers to the fraction addition calculations and then use the code breaker to find the words they spell out. You might need to find equivalent fractions to help you.
HINT! The words are all big or small things!
Thursday 2nd July
Year 3
TT Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
In maths, we are going to recap our learning so far rather than focusing on one specific topic. This will give you the chance to master your calculation and reasoning skills.
Check your answers here.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 3,086 + ___ = 10,000
 Write 237 in Roman Numerals
 MMMDCCCXXVI =
 8 x 6 x 10 =
 656 ÷ 8 =
Times Table Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Add two or more fractions
Wednesday 1st July
Year 3
TT Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 874 + 200 =
 29 x 3 =
 41 ÷ 3 =
 1,087 – 100 =
 7 x 3 x 2 =
Times Table Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Counting in Fractions
Tuesday 30th June
Year 3
In maths, we are going to recap our learning so far rather than focusing on one specific topic. This will give you the chance to master your calculation and reasoning skills.
Check your answers here.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 2,517 – 1,876 =
 187 + ___ = 1,014
 + __ = 1
 9 x 12 x 10 =
 1.8 – 0.4 =
Times Table Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Counting in Fractions
Monday 29th June
Year 3
In maths, we are going to recap our learning so far rather than focusing on one specific topic. This will give you the chance to master your calculation and reasoning skills.
Each day you will have:
 A set of fluency questions (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)
 A word problem
 An explain it question
 A challenge
Check your answers here.
Have a wonderful day!
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 570 + 1,367 =
 160 – 79 =
 10 x 43.5 =
 12 x 6 =
 2.8 + 4.9 =
Times Table Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Fractions Greater Than 1
Friday 26th June
Year 3
Arithmetic
 45 x 4 =
 15 x 3 =
 48 ÷ 6 =
 214 + 80 =
 526 + 133 =
 9 x ___ = 72
 18 x 8 =
 320 – 40 =
 105 + ____ = 238
 11 x 11 =
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
This week we are going to recap our work on ‘statistics’ that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Statistics problems
Today you are going to recap this week's work on statistics by solving these problems (click).
Year 4
Arithmetic
 8,974 + 100 =
 274 + 347 =
 2,807 – 2,089 =
 6 x 5 x 10 =
 3.9 + 7.2 =
 656 ÷ 8 =
 of 88 =
 10 x ___ = 27
 6 x 3 =
 9 x 9 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Fractions Greater Than 1
Thursday 25th June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 8 x 7
 24 + 30 + __ = 94
 118 – 49
 17 x 9
 643 + 348
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
This week we are going to recap our work on ‘statistics’ that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Drawing bar graphs
Below, you have a blank tally chart to record data which you are then going to display in a bar graph (template below).
Your graph can show data about anything of your choice. Here are some ideas, if you are struggling to think of some:
 Temperature each day of the week
 People’s favourite fruit/ movie/ chocolate bar
 Hours spent watching TV/ on a computer each day of the week
Don’t forget to think of a sensible scale for your bar chart what are you going to go up in?
I would also like you to write 5 sentences interpreting the data in your bar graph.
Don't forget to send them to mgoodwin@birklandsschool.co.uk
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 7,000 – 597 =
 752 + ___ = 2,000
 ___ x 10 = 34
 0.2 + 12.9 =
 12 x 6 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Equivalent Fractions
Wednesday 24th June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 12 x ___ = 36
 29 + ___ = 100
 199 – 61
 42 x 5
 803 + 78
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
This week we are going to recap our work on ‘statistics’ that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Interpreting bar graphs
Watch this Chuckle Brothers video to recap our learning on bar graphs.
Complete the bar graph template below using the tally chart.
Now answer the questions below:
 Which bird was seen the most?
 Which bird was seen the least?
 How many birds were seen altogether?
 How many Robins and Chaffinches were seen?
 How many more Chaffinches were seen than Blue tits?
 How many fewer pigeons were seen than Magpies and Robins?
Optional: You could record what birds visit your garden this week and use it to create a bar chart.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 10,978  ___ = 5,798
 7 x 6 =
 8 x 9 =
 of 28 =
 6 x 7 x 2 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Equivalent Fractions
We're carrying on with some more equivalent fraction questions today. Have a go at the worksheet below then check your answers!
Tuesday 23rd June
Year 3
Fluent in Five
 605 + 3,987 =
 874 – 474 =
 100 x 0.8 =
 12 x 3 =
 0.9 + 10.8 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Equivalent Fractions
Remember you can look at the fraction wall on your knowledge organiser to help you find equivalent fractions.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 605 + 3,987 =
 874 – 474 =
 100 x 0.8 =
 12 x 3 =
 0.9 + 10.8 =
Times Table Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Equivalent Fractions
Remember you can look at the fraction wall on your knowledge organiser to help you find equivalent fractions.
Monday 22nd June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 7 x 6
 45 + __ = 100
 232  57
 24 x 3
 136 + 78
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
This week we are going to recap our work on ‘statistics’ that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Interpreting pictograms
If you need a recap of how to interpret pictograms, watch this video here. Always look at the key first!
This pictogram shows the number of hours spent playing computer games by 6 children this week:
Use this pictogram to answer the questions below. Don't forget to look at the key!
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 106 + 1,906 =
 489 – 196 =
 100 x 32 =
 12 x 4 =
 0.6 + 4.4 =
Times Table Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – What is a fraction?
This week we are looking back at the learning we did on fractions earlier in the year. Have a look at the knowledge organiser below to remind yourself of the key learning on this topic.
 Have a go at writing a definition to remind yourself what a fraction is.
 What is the name of the top number of a fraction?
 What is then name of the bottom number of a fraction?
 What is a unit fraction?
Friday 19th June
Year 3
Arithmetic
 â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹22 x 8 =
 7 x 9 =
 84 ÷ 4 =
 612 + 48 =
 534 + 792 =
 9 x ___ = 54
 18 x 6 =
 200 – 35 =
 620= ____ + 40
 15 x 7 =
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Recap time problems
Today you are going to use your learning of time so far to solve some ‘time zone problems’. Use the knowledge organiser above to recap the 24 clock.
Year 4
Arithmetic
 3,710 + 100 =
 2,734 + 179 =
 7,021 – 2,897 =
 5 x 3 x 4 =
 1.9 + 2.7 =
 350 ÷ 5 =
 of 72 =
 100 x ___ = 36
 12 x 7 =
 8 x 8 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Comparing Area
Thursday 18th June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 12 x 7
 232 + ____ = 282
 412 – 117
 48 x 5
 457 + 281
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Duration problems
I have a problem! My dogs might look cute...
BUT they have torn up the TV guide and I need your help to fill in the gaps below.
Use the TV guide to answer these questions:
 How long would I be watching TV if I watched an episode of Scooby Doo, Horrible Histories and Ben Ten?
 Three episodes of Chucklevision is ___________ (longer/ shorter) than two episodes of The Flinstones.
 I am watching the same TV programme for 2 hours. What could I have watched? Find as many possibilities as you can.
Wednesday 17th June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 8 x 8
 150 = __ + 70
 600 – 62
 34 x 3
 458 + 333
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Start and end times
Today, rather than calculating the duration, you will need to find the start and end times.
 If you have the start time, add the duration to find out the end time.
 If you have the end time, take away the duration to find the start time.
1. Watch this video about finding the start and end times when solving problems.
2. Complete today's tasks:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 699 ÷ 3 =
 780 + ___ = 2,000
 100 X 0.79 =
  =
 Write 257 in Roman Numerals
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Counting Squares
Tuesday 16th June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 5 x 9
 38 + __ = 70
 450 – 210
 62 x 5
 611 + 158
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Thank you to Emily's mum, who sent this great model to help you read a clock:
Comparing the duration
You are going to be using yesterday’s learning to help you compare durations of time today. You will need to work out the duration and then decide which is longer/ shorter.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 2.7 – 1.8 =
 5,016 – 2,874 =
 9 x 2 x 8 =
 8 x 10 x 5 =
 366 ÷ 6 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – What is area?
Monday 15th June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 7 x 6
 45 + __ = 100
 232  57
 24 x 3
 136 + 78
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points:
Finding the duration
Duration means how the amount of time something takes or the amount of time passed between the start and end time.
1. Watch this video to help you with today's work.
2. Complete today's tasks:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 914 + 1,079 =
 201 – 197 =
 100 x 56 =
 12 x 8 =
 0.7 + 8.4 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – What is area?
This week we are looking back at the learning we did on area earlier in the year. Remember: Area is the space inside a shape. Have a look at the knowledge organiser below to remind yourself of the key learning on this topic.
Use sticky notes (or make small squares of paper) to measure the area of objects in your house. Fill in the table below with your estimate and the area you measure. Choose three more objects to complete the table.
Friday 12th June
Year 3
Arithmetic
 45 x 4 =
 15 x 3 =
 48 ÷ 6 =
 214 + 80 =
 526 + 133 =
 9 x ___ = 72
 18 x 8 =
 320 – 40 =
 105 + ____ = 238
 11 x 11 =
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
24 hour clock
Today we are looking at the 24 hour clock.
Remember there are 24 hours in a day. When times are pm we can write them like this:
1. Click here to learn about the 24 hour clock. This will help you with today's tasks.
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Arithmetic


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Maths Task – Correspondence Problems
Thursday 11th June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 60 x 6
 29 x 4
 18 x 7
 65 x 3
 37 x 8
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points:
Telling the time problems
To recap our learning so far this week, read the problems below and draw the hands on the clock to show the time each sports event starts.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 24 ÷ 6 =
 96 ÷ 3 =
 109 = 53 + __
 0.8 + ___ = 1
 ¼ of 88 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Dividing 3digit numbers by 1digit numbers
Tuesday 9th June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 20 x 4
 30 x 8
 15 x 3
 52 x 5
 43 x 6
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points:
am and pm
Today you are going to look at telling the time on a digital clock.
1. Use the information and diagram below to help you with your tasks today.
The day is split into:
 the 12 Hours running from Midnight to Noon (the AM hours), and
 the other 12 Hours running from Noon to Midnight (the PM hours)
2.
4. Here is a game you can play to practise identifying am or pm.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 10 x 4 x 3 =
 of 48 =
 CCCIX =
 ___  87 = 241
 0.12 x 10 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Dividing 2digit numbers by 1digit numbers
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 32 + ? = 100
 200= ?  20
 ? = 421 + 38
 146  ? = 131
 101 + ? = 300
TT Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points:
Telling the time to 1 minute
Today you are going to look at telling the time on an analogue clock. Complete and use the diagram below to help you.
1. Fill in the boxes counting in your fives, starting at 0 above the 12. The lines in between in number on the clock, shows 1 minute. There is 5 minutes between each number.
2. Watch this video to recap how to tell the time. Under each clock, write the time it shows:
3. On each clock, draw the hands to show the time it says beneath it. The first one has been done for you.
Fluent in Five
 2 x 7 x 9 =
 1,037 + 94 =
 CCCXXVIII =
 49 ÷ 7 =
 100 x 45 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Multiplying 3digit numbers by 1digit numbers
Monday 8th June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 45 + ? = 100
 250= ?  20
 ? = 130 + 450
 165  ? = 35
 92 + ? = 200
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points:
Telling the time to 5 minutes
Today you are going to look at telling the time on an analogue clock. Use the diagrams below to help you. Here is a song to help too!
This is a very important life skill, practise telling the time by telling your grown up what time it is using the clocks and watches at home.
1. Watch this video to look at telling the time in 5 minute intervals.
2. Under each clock, write the time it shows.
3. On each clock, draw the hands to show the time it says beneath it:
4. Explain it:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 10 x 0.84 =
 20 x ___ =200
 4 x __ = 4
 12 x 46 =
 60 ÷ 5 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task – Multiplying 2digit numbers by 1digit numbers
There are 3 main methods we use for multiplication. Remind yourself how each one works by looking at the examples below.
Now complete the missing parts to show how to use each method of multiplication in the examples below.
Friday 5th June
Year 3
Today you are going to answer 10 arithmetic questions like you usually do on a Friday in school.
Arithmetic
 312 – 204 =
 5 x 50 =
 96 ÷ 8 =
 450 + 80 =
 565 + 173 =
 12 x ___ = 48
 24 x 5 =
 530 – 45 =
 112 + ____ = 500
 11 x 10 =
TT Rockstars
Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
Ordering time
Here are some cards, I want you need to use this week’s maths to place them in order of length of time (you don't need to print them, you can write the actions out in time order). You might need to do some research to find out some answers.
Year 4
Arithmetic
 715 – 30 =
 759 + 300 =
 96 ÷ 8 =
 33 x 6 =
 3 x 10 x 7 =
 + =
 of 28 =
 459 ÷ 9 =
 137 ÷ 10 =
 4.7 x 10 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task  Written methods
Thursday 4th June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 ? x 6 = 48
 25 x 3
 ? x 8 = 965
 55 x 4
 ? x 12 = 36
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points:
Units of time Seconds, minutes and hours
You are going to focus on understanding time today thinking about how long a minute, hour and second is.
Watch this video to recap some of the key concepts of time.
Sort the actions below into whether they would take an hour, minute or second on the table.
2. Now I want you to think of your own examples for each column of the table. What have you done today that has taken a second, minute or hour?
4. Here is a game to practise your units of time.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 6,078 + 2,179 =
 100 x 2.7 =
 6 x 10 x 8 =
 of 81 =
 147 ÷ 7 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task  Efficient multiplication
Wednesday 3rd June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 30 x 5
 105 + ? = 200
 12 x 7
 600  80
 134 + 368
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points:
Key concepts of time
Use the key facts and the diagram below to help you with today’s tasks.
Key Facts
 1 year = 12 months/ 365 days (366 days in a leap year)
 1 week = 7 days
 1 day = 24 hours
 Sadie’s little brother is 60 months old. How old is he?
 Sadie is 36 months older than her brother.
a) How many years older is she?
b) How old is Sadie?
 Sadie was born on the first day of the 5th month. Which month is her birthday?
 Her brother was born exactly 4 months later.
a) What is her brother’s birthday?
b) How many days are there between Sadie and her brother’s birthday?
 Amir’s big brother is 16 years and 2 months. How old is he in just months?
 Amir is exactly 5 years younger than his brother.
a) How old is Amir?
b) What is Amir’s age in months?
 Amir’s brother works every weekday in a bank. How many days does he work in 10 weeks?
 June 1st is a Monday.
a) How many days does Amir’s brother work in June?
b) How many hours are there in June altogether?
 Check your answers here.
 Play this game here to recap your learning on months in the year and using a calendar.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 7 x 8 x 2 =
 10 x 14 =
 100 x 16 =
 207 + 29 =
 2,013 – 974 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task  Factor Pairs
Tuesday 2nd June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 16 x 4
 203 + 49
 90 x 5
 638  164
 250 + ? = 500
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points:
Key concepts of time
1. Use the key facts and the diagram below to help you with today’s tasks.
Key facts
1 day = 24 hours
1 week = 7 days
1 year = 12 months/ 365 days (366 in leap year)
2.
Year 4
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
1. 804 + 1,207=
2. Write 152 in Roman Numerals
3. 121 ÷ 11 =
4. 18 x 10 =
5. 2,700 ÷ 10 =
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
Maths Task: Multiply three numbers
Monday 1st June
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 12 x 8
 302 + 175
 88 x 3
 600  44
 350 + ? = 700
TT Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE)
For the next 3 weeks, we will be focusing on ‘time’ as this is an ideal topic to practise at home. Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points:
Can I identify months and years?
Before we look at telling the time, we are going to spend some time looking at the key concepts of time.
Today we are going to start with months. There is a rhyme to remember how many days are in each month, and a knuckle trick too:
1. Familiarise yourself with how many days are in each month by looking here. If you have a calendar at home, have a look through that too and use it to help you today.
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 2,818 + 1,097 =
 2,000  897 =
 9 x 5 x 4 =
 12 x ___ = 144
 of 54 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task  11 and 12 x tables
Welcome back! I hope you have had a lovely half term break and have been enjoying the sunshine! We are going to be focussing on multiplication and division again this week. Because this is a recap of something we have done quite a lot of in school, you should be able to work through these on your own using the methods we have learnt earlier in the year. Here is a knowledge organiser to remind you of the key learning:
Friday 22nd May
Year 3
Arithmetic Today you are going to answer 10 arithmetic questions like you usually do on a Friday in school
 700 – 120 =
 7 x 30 =
 64 ÷ 4 =
 238 + 149 =
 644 + 78 =
 30 x ___ = 90
 47 x 4 =
 129 – 30 =
 60 + ____ = 500
 48 x 8 =
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Can I solve multiplication and division problems?
Today we are going to recap our learning of multiplication and division with some problems.
Make sure you look at the vocabulary in each question to work out if you are multiplying or dividing. USE THE METHODS YOU HAVE LOOKED AT THIS WEEK!
Click here to check your answers.
Optional Challenge:
Year 4
Arithmetic
 372 + 600 =
 482 – 50 =
 88 x 6 =
 76 ÷ 4 =
 4501 + 329 =
 6728 – 734 =
 7 x 8 =
 7 x 3 x 6 =
 986 x 2 =
 7.9 – 0.6 =
Times Table Rockstars Spend 10 minutes on TT Rockstars (ON SOUNDCHECK PLEASE!)
Maths Task
Thursday 21st May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 14 x 6
 23 x 4
 61 x 3
 34 x 5
 56 x 8
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Multiplication and Division' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I divide 2digit by 1digit numbers?
Yesterday we looked at the bus stop method. Today we are going to become experts at this method.
1. Watch this video to recap the short division (bus stop) method.
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 + =
 180 ÷ 10 =
 817 – 109 =
 7 x 12 =
 56 ÷ __ = 7
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Maths Task
Today you will continue with your 7 times table work, looking at the multiplication and division facts.
Wednesday 20th May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 40 x 8
 30 x 6
 50 x 7
 90 x 4
 55 x 9
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Multiplication and Division' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I divide 2digit by 1digit numbers?
Today you are going to focus on the short division method that we have looked together in class we sometimes call it the ‘bus stop’ method.
1. Watch this video to practise the bus stop method.
The steps to success are below.
2. Use the video and the steps to success to answer these division questions:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 8 x 2 x 7 =
 100 x ___ = 4,800
 4,809 + 371 =
 2/9 of 81 =
 360 ÷ 9 =
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Maths Task
We’re moving on to the 7 times table today. See if you can write out your 7 times table from memory before starting today’s task.
Tuesday 19th May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 1/2 of 46
 Double 25
 1/2 of 52
 Double 68
 1/4 of 88
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Multiplication and Division' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I use written methods to multiply 1digit and 2digit numbers?
Yesterday we looked at multiplying in our head. Today we are going to look at some written multiplication methods.
1. Grid method: Watch this video and look at the steps to success below. Use these to help you answer the 10 questions.
2. Short multiplication method (column): Watch this video and look at the steps to success below. Use these to help you answer the six multiplication questions.
4. Optional challenge:
Year 4
Monday 18th May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 255  32
 506  29
 219  78
 309  44
 550  18
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Multiplication and Division' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I multiply 1digit and 2digit numbers mentally?
This week we are focussing on the different multiplication and division methods we looked at in school.
Today we are going to start with mental multiplication methods. Look at the examples below and then use them to complete today’s tasks.
Check your answers here.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 1,008 – 854 =
 2,997 + 107 =
 9 x 26 =
 540 = ___ x 9
 2 x 12 x 9 =
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Maths Task
We are carrying on with our 9 time tables today, looking at the multiplication and division facts.
Fluent in Five
 297 + 1,108 =
 720 – 289 =
 10 x 24 =
 6 x 30 =
 ___ x 6 = 180
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Maths Task
We are carrying on with our multiplication and division learning again this week. Look back at the knowledge organiser from last week if you need reminding of any of the key learning.
Today’s topic is the 9 times table. Before you start the task, see if you can write out your 9 times table from memory.
Extra Worksheet (if you want a challenge!)
Friday 15th May
Year 3
Today you are going to answer 10 arithmetic questions like you usually do on a Friday in school.
Arithmetic
 312 – 204 =
 5 x 50 =
 96 ÷ 8 =
 450 + 80 =
 565 + 173 =
 12 x ___ = 48
 24 x 5 =
 530 – 45 =
 112 + ____ = 500
 11 x 10
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Can I solve mathematical problems?
Today you are going to recap the learning we have done from the previous 4 weeks by solving some problems and trying to track the code.
1. Work out the calculations and use the answers to rearrange the words in the grid below to solve the first clue.
Clue 1: ______________________________________________________
2. Order each set of numbers from smallest to largest. Take the largest number in each set and colour it in the table below. Rearrange the words to find clue 2.
Clue 2: _______________________________________________________________
3. Use your clues to work out which of these Pirate's is the new captain:
Email Miss Goodwin to find out if you are correct of not! mgoodwin@birklandsschool.co.uk
Year 4
Arithmetic
 479 – 100 =
 72 + 200 =
 624 – 30 =
 64 ÷ 4 =
 2788 + 3417 =
 8291 – 73 =
 9 x 5 =
 9 x 2 x 4 =
 352 x 3 =
 3.54 + 0.09 =
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Maths Task
We’re spending some more time working on the 6 times table today – looking at the multiplication and division facts. Write out your 6x tables again and then your 3x tables. What do you notice?
Challenge 4
Read each statement. Are they true or false? Explain why.
Thursday 14th May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 400  37
 106 18
 530 46
 194  46
 365  237
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Multiplication and Division' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I solve 3, 4 and 8 times table problems?
Today you are going to apply your times table practise to some problems.
1. Copy and complete the venn diagram below. (Multiples of both 3 and 4 go between them, multiples of 3, 4 and 8 go in the centre etc.)
2. Solve the word problems below:
4. Optional challenge. Complete the multiplication grid below.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 of 55 =
 25 ÷ 1 =
 9 x 0 =
 1,811 – 489 =
 78 x 5 =
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Maths Task
Today’s task will focus on multiplying and dividing by 6. See if you can write out your 6 times table from memory before having a go at the tasks.
Wednesday 13th May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 82 + 37
 70 + 91
 14 + 46
 81 + 94
 65 + 37
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Multiplication and Division' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I multiply and divide by 8?
Today I want you to practise multiplying and dividing by 8. When we multiply by 8, we can double, double and double again.
1. Watch this video to get singing and practising your 8 times table. You could even have a go at making your own 4 times table tune to your favourite song.
2. Complete today's activities:
4. Click here for a board game to practise your 4 times table. If you are not able to print this, click here for an online game.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 823 + 1,991 =
 642 – 287 =
 48 x 6 =
 29 x 9 =
 84 ÷ 3 =
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Maths Task
Today we will be recapping dividing by 1. Dividing a number by 1 means sharing it between just one group. For example, if I have 12 apples and I share them between 1 friend, the friend will get 12 apples.
12 ÷ 1 = 12
Challenge 4 
Tuesday 12th May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 340  150
 670  280
 445  139
 811  194
 765  378
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Multiplication and Division' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I multiply and divide by 4?
Today I want you to practise multiplying and dividing by 4. Remember when we multiply by 4 we can double and double again!
1. Watch this video to get singing and practising your 4 times table. You could even have a go at making your own 4 times table tune to your favourite song.
2. Complete today's activities:
4. Click here for a board game to practise your 4 times table. If you are not able to print this, cilck here for an online game.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 2,807 + ____ = 4,000
 999 – 50 =
 57 x 100 =
 57 x 10 =
 890 ÷ 100 =
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Maths Task
Today we are looking at multiplying numbers by 1 and 0.
REMEMBER! Multiplying a number by 1 means you have one lot of that number, so the answer is the same as the number you are multiplying by 1. For example:
7 x 1 = 7
1 x 12 = 12
Any number multiplied by 0 is 0.
2 x 0 = 0
0 x 9 = 0
Monday 11th May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 450 + 320
 670 + 280
 145 + 462
 811 + 194
 765 + 378
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Multiplication and Division' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I multiply and divide by 3?
I know you are whizzes at your 3 times table, today I want you to practise multiplying and dividing by 3 so that you are super speedy!
1. Watch this video to get moving and practising your 3 times table.
2. Complete today's activities:
4. Click here for a board game to practise your 3 times table. If you are not able to print this, cilck here for an online game.
Year 4
We are going to be focussing on multiplication and division this week. Because this is a recap of something we have done quite a lot of in school, you should be able to work through these on your own using the methods we have learnt earlier in the year.
Here is a knowledge organiser to remind you of the key learning:
Fluent in Five
 1,687 + 2,871 =
 3,114 – 2,971 =
 12 x 8 =
 11 x ___ = 77
 ½ of 46 =
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Maths Task
Today we will start with multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100.
REMEMBER! When you multiply your digits move left and when you divide your digits move right.
The distance they move depends on the amount of zeros in your number. If you are multiplying by 100 they move left, 2 spaces because 100 has 2 zeros! The decimal point does not move! Use the place value chart below to help you.
Friday 8th May
No work todayit's a Bank Holiday!
Thursday 7th May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 147 + 32
 345 + 66
 214 + 78
 309 + 44
 550 + 81
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Addition and Subtraction' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I add and subtract numbers mentally?
We have looked at different written methods for adding and subtracting in class and on here. Today you will use them to answer some word problems.
1. Click here to look at some written addition and subtraction strategies to help you today.
2. Solve today's word problems. Make sure you look at the vocabulary in each question to work out if you are adding or subtracting:
3. Check your answers.
Challenge
Write your own word problems for each number sentence and calculate the answer.
 112 + 56
 346 – 275
 933  ? = 805
 455 + 180
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 46 + 81 =
 7 x 40 =
 + =
 9441 – 1000 =
 4 x 12 x 7 =
Times Table Rockstars
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Maths Task
Today you will be finding the perimeter of rectangles.
Remember, if you know the length and width of a rectangle you can work out the missing lengths and then calculate the perimeter.
Have a look through the powerpoint and then try te questions on the worksheet!
Wednesday 6th May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 147 + 32
 345 + 66
 214 + 78
 309 + 44
 550 + 81
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Addition and Subtraction' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I add and subtract numbers mentally?
We have looked at different methods for adding and subtracting mentally (in your head) in class and on the website. Today we are going to practise these methods.
1. Click here to look at some mental addition and subtraction strategies to help you today.
2. Complete today's activity:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 81 x 6 =
 701  287 =
 of 54 =
 103 + 7899 =
 9 x 50 =
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Maths Task
Today's maths is all about perimeter. Remember that the perimeter is 'the distance around a shape'.
For today you will be calculating the perimeter of a shape using a grid (tomorrow we will move on to using mm/cm/km to work out the perimeter of rectangles). Count how many squares make up the distance around each of these shapes. Think about how you can make sure you count all of the sides only once.
Now have a go at today's worksheet:
Tuesday 5th May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 264 + 132
 309 + 271
 178 + 425
 706 + 229
 556 + 268
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Addition and Subtraction' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I subtract 3digits from 3digits?
1. Watch this video to recap the column subtraction method for 3 digit numbers.
We have already looked at the column subtraction method a lot. The steps to success to remind you are below:
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 177 + 1008 =
 ____ + 413 = 487
 87 x ___ = 8700
 12 x 8 =
 2 x 5 x 2 =
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Maths Task
Today you will be looking at kilometers!
Can you research any athletic running races? What distances are they run over? Can you convert the measurement between meters and kilometer?
Remember:
Monday 4th May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 255  32
 506  29
 219  78
 309  44
 550  18
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Addition and Subtraction' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I two 3digit numbers?
1. Watch this video to recap the column addition method for 3 digit numbers.
We have already looked at the column addition method a lot. The steps to success to remind you are below:
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 1408 + 109 =
 9713 – 987 =
 18 x 100 =
 170 ÷ 10 =
 9 x 3 x 2 =
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Maths Task
We will be recapping our length and perimeter topic this week, so have a look at the knowledge organiser below to remind you of the key learning.
It is a great opportunity for you to do some practical work this week as well as the normal worksheets!
Today's task will be to use a ruler to measure the length and perimeter of some of the things in your house and record them either in the table linked here or you can make your own!
Friday 1st May
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 147 + 32
 345 + 66
 214 + 78
 309 + 44
 550 + 81
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Addition and Subtraction' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I subtract 2digits from 3digit numbers?
1. Watch this video to see how to use the column subtraction method for 3 and 2 digit numbers.
Here are the steps to success for the column subtraction method. You are subtracting 2digits from 3 digit numbers, so don’t forget your hundreds too!
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Arithmetic
(Give yourself 10 minutes to complete your arithmetic. Ask a grown up to check your answers!)
 39 + 100 =
 581 – 100 =
 208 + 300 =
 418 – 40 =
 73 x 4 =
 69 ÷ 3 =
 + =
  =
 6731 + 3629 =
 4037 – 538 =
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Maths Task
"If you've finished, check through your answers!"
I'm sure you've all heard me say that lots of times, but today you are going to recap some of the strategies you can use to help you check your answers properly! Have a look through the powerpoint and then have a go at the worksheet!
Thursday 30th April
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 132  7
 644  6
 211  9
 107  8
 453  5
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Addition and Subtraction' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I add 3digit and 2digit numbers?
1. Watch this video to recap how to use the column addition method for 3 and 2 digit numbers.
The steps to success are below:
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 11 + 72 =
 9 x 30 =
 + =
 9799 – 1000 =
 4 x 8 x 7 =
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Maths Task
Powerpoint
Wednesday 29th April
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 478 + 6
 116 + 7
 129 + 5
 264 + 8
 505 + 9
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Addition and Subtraction' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I subtract 1digit from 3digit numbers?
Remember If we are subtracting a larger ones digit than the digit in the ones column, we have to exchange one ten for 10 ones. E.g. 132 6
6 is greater than 2, so I need to exchange a ten for 10 ones so that I could do 12 6
Teddy’s example below shows this. You might want to draw base 10 out like him to help you.
Bronze Look at each method and use it to answer the questions below it.
Check your answers to today's work here.
Practical activity
If you have a pack of cards at home you could choose 3 cards to make a 3digit number and then choose another card (number) to subtract from it.
This could also work if you have a dice, roll 3 numbers to make your first 3digit number and the next roll will give you a number to subtract from it.
If you do not have a pack of cards or dice, you could ask someone to choose numbers randomly.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 11 x 3 =
 701  599 =
 ½ of 208 =
 210 + 1080 =
 4 x 50 =
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Maths Task
We're carrying on with some subtraction today, but focussing on using the most efficient method. That means looking at the numbers and deciding if you need to do the full written method or if there is an easier or quicker way to do it. Have a look at the examples below, explaining the methods you might want to use.
Now have a go at today's activities  think carefully about which method is most efficient in each question!
Tuesday 28th April
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 10 more than 279
 10 less than 802
 100 more than 6
 100 less than 128
 110 more than 109
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Addition and Subtraction' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I add 3digit and 1digit numbers?
Remember When we add two digits together in the ones column that add to more than 9 (e.g. 6+4 =10), then the tens column will change because 10 ones = 1 ten.
Bronze Look at each method and use it to answer the questions below it.
Check your answers to today's work here.
Practical activity
If you have a pack of cards at home you could choose 3 cards to make a 3digit number and then choose another card (number) to add to it.
This could also work if you have a dice, roll 3 numbers to make your first 3digit number and the next roll will give you a number to add to it.
If you do not have a pack of cards or dice, you could ask someone to choose numbers randomly.
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 109 + 3710 =
 ____ + 207 = 4077
 42 x ___ = 420
 12 x 6 =
 2 x 8 x 6 =
Times Table Rockstars
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Maths Task
Today, you will be looking at subtracting 4 digit numbers. Have a look at the example that has been worked out below. Can you spot where they have had to do an exchange? Remind yourself how to use the column subtraction method before having a go at today's task!
Video (click launch to start the video)
Monday 27th April
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 10 more than 309
 10 less than 612
 100 more than 91
 100 less than 407
 110 more than 8
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This week, we will recap our learning about 'Addition and Subtraction' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I add and subtract multiples of 100?
1. Watch this video to recap adding and subtracting multiples of 100.
It might help you today to draw the numbers out with base 10, like the example below.
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 6891 + 558 =
 9713 – 2073 =
 82 x 100 =
 307 ÷ 10 =
 12 x 8 x 4 =
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Maths Task
This week we will focus on addition and subtraction. Have a look at the knowledge organiser to remind yourself about the written methods, when to exchange an how to use more efficient methods of addition and subtraction.
For today we will focus on addition. Check carefully as there might be some exchanges needed! Linked below are the powerpoint, worksheet and answers so you can check your work!
Friday 24/04/20
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 47 x 6
 81 x 4
 500 x 8
 62 x 7
 39 x 9
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This week, we th will recap the learning about 'Place Value' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I order and compare numbers?
Key vocabulary
1. Watch this video to help you with today's tasks.
2. Complete today's activities:
3. I have seen some amazing work from you superstars this week! I know you are whizzes at place value, so complete the activity below to recap our learning.
Year 4
Arithmetic
(Give yourself 10 minutes to complete your arithmetic. Ask a grown up to check your answers!)
 276 + 100 =
 672 – 100 =
 56 + 70 =
 698 – 300 =
 34 x 8 =
 72 ÷ 4 =
 + =
  =
 476 + 1000 =
 1892 – 1000 =
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Maths Task
Today is Roman Numerals day! I know you all enjoyed doing this when you did it earlier in the year, so I hope you have fun recapping it today!
Firstly, have a look at the song and game linked below:
Roman numerals song (This is stuck in my head now!)
Now have a go at the worksheet task:
Thursday 23/04/20
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 16 x 4
 52 x 7
 200 x 6
 15 x 9
 74 x 8
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This week, we will recap the learning about 'Place Value' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I identify 1, 10 or 100 more or less?
To help you today, you can draw out base 10 on a place value chart.
1. Choose a number from the top row. Find your way to the cup by making a path finding 10 more or less than your number (like the example given).
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 16 + 96 =
 11 x 20 =
 + =
 3,889 – 1,000 =
 7 x 3 x 6 =
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Maths Task
Today you will use your place value knowledge to estimate where numbers will go on a number line.
Have a look at this example:
We know the starting number and the end number.
Can you work out the intervals?
Where would 2850 go on the number line?
Now have a look at today's activity below.
Wednesday 22/04/20
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 11 x 10
 14 x 5
 22 x 9
 34 x 8
 29 x 6
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This week, we will recap the learning about 'Place Value' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I identify the place value of each digit?
Today, it might help you to write numbers on a place value chart. Don't forget to put each digit in the correct column, use this to help:
1. Watch this video to recap representing numbers.
I have mixed up my place value charts with my answers.
Can you match the place value charts below to these numbers? 309, three hundred and forty nine, 262
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 11 x 11 =
 826  597 =
 ½ of 148 =
 4,877 + 1006
 8 x 70 =
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Maths Task
Today we are going to look back at partitioning. Partitioning big numbers into smaller chunks can help with lots of other things in maths, so it is important you can find different ways of splitting up numbers.
First, remind yourself how to partition by watching the video linked below:
Can you work out which numbers have been partitioned here?
There is a powerpoint linked below with examples of partitioning questions, then have a go at the worksheet for today!
Tuesday 21/04/2020
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
 7 x 5
 30 x 6
 37 x 3
 48 x 2
 63 x 8
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This week, we will recap the learning about 'Place Value' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I count in fifties?
You all know your 5 times table: 5. 10. 15, 20, 25, 30, 35...
So, you can all count in fifties: 50, 100, 150, 200, 250, 300, 350...
What do you notice?
50 is ten times greater than 5 so when we count in 50s it is ten times greater than the 5 times table.
1. On the 1000 grid below, write the multiples of 50 and the multiples of 100.
What do you notice about the multiples of 50 and 100?
1.
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 781 + 1,074 =
 ____ + 479 = 1,840
 85 x ___ = 8,500
 12 x 9 =
 12 x 8 x 2 =
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Maths Task
Today we will be carrying on with rounding, but this time rounding to the nearest hundred. If you need to, watch th video from yesterday again to remind you what is different about rounding to the nearest 10 and 100.
Then have a go at today's worksheet!
Monday 20/04/2020
Year 3
Fluent in Five can you answer them all in 5 minutes?
1. 4 x 8
2. 12 x 6
3. 44 x 3
4. 72 x 4
5. 21 x 8
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This week, we will recap the learning about 'Place Value' that we did earlier in the year. As we have already covered this topic at school, children should be able to attempt it by themselves.
Here is a 'Knowledge Organiser' to remind you of some of the important points.
Can I count in hundreds?
1. Have a look at these number lines to recap counting in hundreds. This video will help too.
Today's key facts will help you, it might help you to think about the base 10 blocks today. You can draw these out using squares (100), lines (10) and dots (1).
2. Complete today's activities:
Year 4
Fluent in Five
 5,147 + 128 =
 2,917  1,086 =
 45 x 100 =
 976 ÷ 10 =
 10 x 8 x 6 =
TT Rockstars
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Maths Task
For your maths learning each day, we will now be going back over some of our previous learning in maths  things you have already done so far in Year 4, so you can remind yourself of what you learnt and make sure you can still use the learning we did! Because we have already covered this topic, you should be able to complete the tasks independently.
We will start with some place value work this week. Before you start, have a look at the knowledge organiser below  this will help you with all the tasks for the place value topic.
Today we are starting with rounding to the nearest 10. There is a video linked to remind you how we do this, a powerpoint to go through and then a worksheet to complete. When you have finished, the answers are also below so you can check through your work.
Friday 03/04/2020
Happy Friday Year 4!
Today’s task
Complete week 2, lesson 5  Divide one and two digit numbers by 100
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Thursday 02/04/2020
It's great to see lots of your maths work each day  keep it up Year 4!! Here is today's learning:
Fluent in 5
 2,020 + 204 =
 2.49 x 10 =
 2.49 x 100 =
 4 x 3 x 12 =
 88 ÷ 3 =
Today’s task
Complete week 2, lesson 4  Hundredths on a place value grid
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Wednesday 01/04/2020
Happy April! Here are your midweek maths challenges!
Fluent in 5
 123 + 2,019 =
 8 x 9 x 4 =
 __ x 12 = 96
 __ ÷ 11 = 8
 2.8 ÷ 10 =
Today’s task
Complete week 2, lesson 3  Hundredths as decimals
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Tuesday 31/03/2020
Here are the maths tasks for today.
Fluent in 5
 8,642 + 1,337 =
 2 x 4 x 7=
 7.4 x 100 =
 2/9 of 45 =
 396 ÷ 10 =
Today’s task
Complete week 2, lesson 2  Hundredths
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Monday 30/03/2020
It's the start of a brand new week! I hope you have had a fantastic weekend and are ready for another week of learning from home!
Here are the maths tasks for today.
Fluent in 5
 4,567 + 597 =
 2,182  199 =
 78 x 4 =
 89 x 8 =
 486 ÷ 6 =
Today’s task
Complete week 2, lesson 1  Dividing 2 digit numbers by 10
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Friday 27/03/2020
Happy Friday! Just as we would on a Friday at school, today we have an arithmetic test. Set yourself a 10 minute timer and try your best with these questions. Remember to check your answers if you have extra time. Please then email me with your score.
Arithmetic
 1996 – 1000 =
 3622 + 5759 =
 12 x 8 =
 87 x 6 =
 8/9 – 2/9 =
 7.2 + 0.9 =
 88 ÷ 10 =
 4.66 – 2.7 =
 3/7 of 49 =
 56 ÷ 7 =
Today’s task
Complete lesson four  Tenths on a number line
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Thursday 26/03/20
Good morning Year 4, I hope you are all enjoying the sunshine! I am really pleased to see how many of you have been on Times Table Rockstars every day!
Here are the maths tasks for today.
Fluent in 5
 5,125  4,987 =
 0.59 x 10 =
 4/7 of 105 =
 6 x 28 =
 ____ + 999 = 2,741
Today’s task
Complete lesson three  Tenths on a place value grid
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Wednesday 25/03/20
Wednesday's task is linked below! Please also complete your Fluent in 5 questions and go on Times Table Rockstars. Well done to those of you who I have seen are playing every day  remember I can see who has been doing their times tables!
Fluent in 5
 1,857 + 199 =
 587  299 =
 21 ÷ 100 =
 43 x 8 =
 2/9 of 108 =
Today’s task
Complete lesson two  Tenths as decimals.
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Tuesday 24/03/20
Good Morning Year 4! I hope you enjoyed learning from home yesterday and are starting to get into a good routine!
For the rest of this week, the task for maths each day will be a link to a website called White Rose. Each ‘lesson’ has a video to watch, an activity to complete and then the answers to mark your own work (just like we do in school!)
Please also remember to do your Fluent in 5 questions and spend time on Times Table Rockstars.
Fluent in 5
 5,401 + 679 =
 ______ + 437 = 1,021
 456 ÷ 100 =
 38 x 6 =
 126 ÷ 6 =
Today’s task
Complete lesson one  Can I recognise tenths and hundredths?
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year4/
Monday 23/03/20
Fluent in 5
 5,892 + 4,988
 6,000  3,977
 145 x 7
 2,000 ÷ 100
 2/3 of 21
Maths
Page 1 of your Maths Activity pack: Label the fractions. Use the Fraction Wall to write down equivalent fractions.
Don't forget to go on Times Table Rockstars!