Archives for "March, 2008"
Counting game: colour ten fish
The vocabulary that young children are expected to know is quite challenging and none more so than in Shape and Space. Children are expected to be able to explore shapes, talk about their properties and know some quite tricky names of 2D and 3D shapes, including sphere, pyramid and cone. This knowledge can only be […]
The first in our subtraction worksheets. Pure and simple subtraction of numbers less than 10. No number lines or pictures to count. Just two worksheets with ten sums each. Subtraction worksheet: subtract from a single digit (1) Download “Subtraction Worksheet: Subtract From A Single Digit”File Size: 61.08 KB
Some quick revision of addition, working all answers out ‘in your head’. By now children should have a wide range of techniques for adding mentally. One example on this maths worksheet is to add 29 by adding 30 and subtracting one. Also here is some revision of the language of addition: increase, total, how many […]
Another worksheet with a ‘wheel’ of questions to practise subtraction of whole tens. year 5′s should find this quite easy and it is worth considering what approach they take to finding all the possible questions. Start with a high number and go through the spokes to make a sum eg 130 – 80. By year […]
This is another area of maths that children meet very early in their lives. Standard units of measurement (eg metres or kilos) are not taught at this stage – it would be pointless as many children are unable to count up to 100 or 1000. Rather it is about comparing things – objects which are […]
Here’s a very straight forward little revision for children to practise their counting on in the hundreds. In Year 3 many children will still be using their fingers to count on whilst others will be learning to add the number using the facts they already know. As most of these questions cross the next tens […]
Getting to know pairs of numbers which total 100
World Maths Day has begun! Good luck to everyone taking part. World top students and World Top Classes can be viewed now at World Maths Day. Whingate Primary doing well!
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