**Summer Term**

Welcome back! We hope you had a lovely holiday. Maths homework for these two groups will now be put on the website every Wednesday.

You can either write your answers on paper and bring them into school to give to your teacher, or you can do them on a computer and email them to us.

Week beginning 16th May

This week we have been using scales to measure the weights of items. Below is work sheet to practice your skills.

You can also have a go at the Mostly Postie game here: Weighing Scales Game

Week Beginning 9th May

This week we have been looking at time - reading clocks, and timetables. We have also looked at the 24 hour clock. Your homework for this week is a quiz on time and some word problems .

Have Fun!

**Week Beginning 2nd May**

We are continuing with division.

Here are some word problems for division.

Page 1 has problems with 2 digits and page 2 has 3 digits.

Mrs Bees/Mrs Hardwidge please do page 2.

Miss Watson's group page 1

Week beginning 25th April

We have started to look at division using arrays, partitioning and the bus stop method.

Please complete the sections you are most comfortable with -

challenging, more challenging or superstar material. You can try two sections.

Please email, or hand in the work to your class teacher.

**Week Beginning: 28th March 2022**

This week we have begun looking at time. We started by looking at and converting between units of time (seconds, minutes, hours, days etc).

**Week Beginning: 21st March 2022 **

We have been looking at measuring temperature this week, including negative numbers. Children to complete the questions o the two photos below:

**Week Beginning: 14th March 2022**

This week we have been looking at formal written methods (column method) for addition and subtraction.

Complete the questions below:

**Week Beginning 7th March**

We have been working on worded problems this week. We have looked at the words and language of the problems and how they give us a clue to the operation (add, takeaway, multiply or divide) that we need to use.

Children have also had an opportunity to choose the difficulty of the questions that they have answered with our Chilli Challenge - from mild, to hot, spicy and even flaming hot!

Children from the Prisms and Cubes can choose **either Section A or Section B** to complete below. A is a bit easier:

**Week beginning 14th February **

This week we have been working on our multiplication tables and we would like you to continue to practice these during the holidays. Please concentrate on the 2,3,4,5 and 6 times tables. You can write them out on paper, and maybe someone in your house could ask you questions about them.

If you have access to the Internet, you can also play multiplication games on the Top Marks website. The link is below:

Hit the Button - Quick fire maths practise for 6-11 year olds (topmarks.co.uk)

We hope that you have a lovely half term and look forward to seeing you after the holidays.

**Week beginning 7th February**

This week we have been learning about halves and quarters. Try to answer the questions below and remember that to find a quarter, you just need to find half of the half!

If you are finding it difficult, you can draw circles to represent the numbers to help you.

**Week beginning 1st February**

There's no maths homework this week as we have had China week in school. Please continue to practice your two, three, four, five and six times tables.

**Week beginning 24th January**

This week we have been looking at money. Can you work out the different amounts on the sheet below?

**Week beginning 17th January**

This week we have been looking at bar charts. Have a go at answering questions about the chart in the sheet below.

**Week beginning 10th January 2022**

This week we have been working on tally charts. Have a look at the activities below and see if you can complete them.

**Week Beginning: 6th December 2021**

**No maths homework this week!**

**Week Beginning: 29th November 2021**

Perimeter problems

Children need to solve the problems below

They can write their answers on paper or type on to an email or Word document and send it to their class teacher.

**Week Beginning: 22nd November 2021**

Children need to solve the challenges below

They can write their answers on paper or type on to an email or Word document and send it to their class teacher.

**Week Beginning: 15th November 2021**

Multiplication problems

Children need to solve the problems below using mental strategies. They can do section A (easier) or B (harder) or both!

They can write their answers on paper or type on to an email or Word document and send it to their class teacher.

**Week Beginning: 8th November 2021**

Multiplication problems

Children need to solve the problems below using mental strategies.

**Week Beginning: 1st Novemeber 2021**

Multiplication word problems

Children need to solve the problems below quickly using mental strategies (no written workings).

**One-Step Multiplication Word Problems**

1. A baker arranges iced buns into 4 rows of 3 buns. How many iced buns are there altogether?

2. In a classroom, there are 6 tables. There are 5 children sitting at each table. How many children are there in the classroom?

3. A box contains 6 bottles of lemonade. How many bottles are there in 4 boxes?

4. A toy shop has 9 shelves. There are 5 robots on each shelf. How many robots are there in the toy shop?

5. A bag of sweets contains 7 cola bottles. How many cola bottles are there in 3 bags of sweets?

6. Pencils are sold in packs of 10. Samantha buys 4 packs. How many pencils does Samantha have in total?

7. Tennis balls are sold in packs of 3. Mr Robinson buys 12 packs for the school. How many tennis balls will they have?

8. A local pet shop has 10 hutches. There are 2 guinea pigs in each hutch. How many guinea pigs does the shop have in total?

**Week Beginning: **18th October 2021

Mental Maths

Children need to solve the questions below quickly using mental strategies (no written workings).

**Week Beginning:** 11th October 2021

Mental strategies for adding

Below is a photo of the questions that the children need to solve.

There is also a photo with a reminder of the different strategies that we have looked at in school.

Children can write their answers on paper and photograph it or they can type their answers directly into an email or on to a blank Word document.

**Week Beginning: **4th October 2021

Multiplying

This homework is some times table revision from last year.

Children should also be practising their 2,5 and 10 times table for quick recall and learning their 3 and 4 times tables.

This maths work can be opened in Word and answers typed in the boxes or it can be printed. To draw lines and circles on Word go to 'Insert' and then 'Shapes'. Alternatively children can write the answers on a blank page.

As some people's devices didn't display the homework correctly last week, I have also attached a photograph of the sheet.

**Week Beginning:** 27th September

Place Value and Ordering

This maths work can be opened in Word and answers typed in the boxes or it can be printed. Alternatively children can write the answers on a blank page.

As some people's devices didn't display the homework correctly last week, I have also attached a photograph of the sheet.

**Week Beginning: **20th September

Place Value & Ordering

This maths work can be opened in Word and answers typed in the boxes or it can be printed. Alternatively children can write the answers on a blank page.

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