# Archives for "September, 2009"

## Resource of the Week: Shape for Year 5

Don’t forget to look at our Shape and Measures resources as we have some excellent pages. For year 5 we have pages on congruent shapes, scalene triangles, classifying shapes using Venn diagrams as well as some worksheets on the properties of 3D shapes. Congruent shapes might be thought of as easy, but many children (and […]

## Multiplication of money (2)

This is the second of our pages on the multiplication of money by a single digit. This is good practice at using tables which have been learned already and can be completed quite quickly by those with a good knowledge. Remember to do a quick estimate of the answer before starting and checking this with […]

## Coming soon: Mental and written methods of calculating

Well, the sun is shining and its looking good for the weekend! Next week we have a sunny mixture of maths worksheets on both mental and written methods of calculating. We have our second page on written multiplication of money by a single digit, which will be found in our Four Rules section. There will […]

## Data handling for year 4: pictogram of popular cars

Graphs are often perceived as a quite easy part of maths, but many children find interpreting them correctly quite tricky. This page looks at the most popular cars seen in a village. Each picture of a car represents 5 cars. Again this page should be seen more as a starter to go and collect data […]

## Resource of the week: counting and colouring fish to total 10.

Our counting game, colouring ten fish, is great practice for young children both with counting and seeing how many ways three small numbers can total 10. The game involves clicking on each of ten fish to make them change colour. One click changes the fish to red, two clicks turns the fish blue and a […]

## Multiplication of money (1)

Here we have a straightforward worksheet dealing with the multiplication of money by a single digit.The main concern here is that the process is carried out much as multiplying a 3 or 4-digit number, but remembering the decimal point. The second set of questions, from 9. to 15 should be set out in the correct […]

## Standard written addition with money 2

The second of our worksheets on using the standard written method to add money. Remember to keep the decimal points in a straight column when writing these out. it is also important to write down any zeros that occur in the answer – don’t just leave that column blank. Encourage neat setting out of these […]

## Coming soon: addition and multiplication of money, plus pictograms for year 4

Coming soon: addition and multiplication of money, plus pictograms for year 4

## Data handling for year 4: pictogram of birds

Here we have another in our series of data handling worksheets for year 4. Each bird on the pictogram represents 5 birds. This page is a starter to show children how to complete and interpret a pictogram so that they can go on to create their own. In this case more information about the most […]

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