I thought some of you may like another paper so here you are…
Here is a different maths paper for you to try out. Again complete the work in your homework book. Good luck, Mrs. P.
Here’s a fun idea that everyone can have a go at, from Reception all the way up to Year 6!
Let us know how you get on!
Here is the next paper to try.
Here is the next paper for you to try,
Here is Arithmetic Paper 4.
Remember to do 4 a day in your homework books. Try to use the methods you are used to using in school. I have posted working methods for Arithmetic 3, these should help you.
Here is the times tables challenge that we do in school. It would be good to have a go at doing these to maintain your times tables knowledge. Remember, five minutes to answer as many of the questions as you can. Don’t worry if you don’t get them all done, just try and improve on your previous score!
Here you are, there are lots of things for you to practice on this paper. You only need to do four questions a day, you should do them in your books so that you do not need to print the paper. You might remember we used to do four a day as a warm up for our maths lesson.
Here are the “Times Tables Challenge Grids” I mentioned on the planning table. See how quickly you can complete them! They have a five minute time limit but you could see if you could get quicker. Choose one which will challenge you, so not too easy! Some are very tricky, good luck.
Remember if you can’t print them you can draw each grid in your book! It’s really good practice making tables and grids ready for your science and statistics work. Plus practice using a ruler is always a good skill- you know who you are, as Mrs.P says… “underline the date with a ruler!”
Thank goodness you all had paper copies for your first two weeks at home. Miss Cave and I both put the plans on our class information page but it does not seem to have appeared so here goes… again!