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Numeracy

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Level 3
Know all of the halves for multiples of 100 up to 1000.
Know all of the doubles of multiples of 5 up to 100.
Know halves of even numbers below 100.
Know halves of all numbers below 100.
Know all doubles and halves of multiples of 10 up to 1000.
Level 4
Know how to find halves of ThHTU numbers.
Know how to double ThHTU numbers.
Know how to find a number multiplied by 4 by doubling and doubling again.
Use doubling and halving from known facts eg x25 ÷4
Use doubling and halving from known multiplication facts beyond 10×10. Eg if you know x4 x16 can be worked out by doubling then doubling again or by doubling x8.

Doubling and halving numbers
Level 5
Half and double 1 place decimal numbers.
Half and double 2 place decimal numbers.
Know how to double and half a negative number.

Area of a Trapezium – song

Parallelogram

 

Equivalent Fractions

FRACTION of a NUMBER

PERCENTAGE – change a fractions into Percentages

Boom! Boom! POW!

Click HERE to do some mental maths tests on Primary Online – interactive too [links on the left]

PITCH AND EXPECTATIONS – as mentioned in class on Friday 19th October 2012 – download and look at the SATS-type of questions.

Pitch_and_expectations Year 5

KS2 2011 Mathematic Paper A

KS2 2011 Mathematics Paper B

Y6 Pitch and Expectations

Pitch_and_expectations_Y6Y7 – Rifa and Chanda…

Check also the ‘Numeracy Interactive’ section on the sidebar for many new links – to learn in a FUN way! Some links can also be found on the FUN section.

Practise your times tables on this link. Match the statement with the answer. Have fun! You have the option to time yourself or to use the ‘relaxed mode’ -without the timer.


Area and Perimeter
Play ON THIS LINK with elastic bands and colours and learn more about area and perimeter! – click on the red links – all links will open in a new window.

 

On THIS LINK you can play a great game of Battleships! Choose either: measures, decimals, whole numbers or fractions. Have fun!

Maths SITE to practise more maths!

 

 

For practising THE GRID METHOD click the link in red. This is a FABULOUS link!

Addition – 3 digit numbers Column Method

Partitioning – 3 digits

Subtraction – Column Method

Multiplication – Grid Method

Division – long division, the Chunky Method

Division – long method and short method – with a remainder

Division- numberline

Multiplication – Grid Method – money

Grid method

AREA of COMPOUND shapes – Compound shapes are more than one shape put together – like in this video.

Click HERE to visit an interactive site that will help you understanding Perimeter and Area even more. This is a GREAT site!

Here is another site to explore area.

This SITE has a geoboard for you to explore shapes too.

SQUARE

If your shape is a square, it’s easy as you times 4x the length e.g. 4x6cm [all the sides will be e.g. 6cm if it is a square].

Square – Perimeter=4x6cm

P=24cm

RECTANGLE

A rectangle has 2 opposite sides the SAME length e.g. 2 sides [width] = 2 cm each and 2 sides [length] might be 4cm each.

So, for this rectangle Perimeter = 2x [ 2cm+4cm]

P = 2x 6cm

P= 12cm

[long way: 2cm + 2cm+ 4cm+4cm = 12cm]

Polygons: [closed plane shapes with at least 3 straight sides and angles]

 

Multiply fractions

Regular polygons

e.g. regular hexagon = 6 sides and all sides will be the same length

SO: Perimeter = 6 x 8cm

P = 48cm

IRREGULAR hexagon [6 sides, but the sides are NOT the same lenght]

Perimeter = 4cm + 3cm + 6cm+ 7cm + 2cm + 5cm

P=27cm

Great game! The target in this case is 50. Using the numbers in the grid, I can try and make 50. For example:

2 x 25 = 50
13 + 27 + 10 = 50
(8 x 5) + 10 = 50
100 ÷ 2 = 50
27 + 33 – 10 = 50

and so on. Note that I could not have done: 15 + 15 + 15 + 5 = 50 because 15 appears only once in the grid. However, (5 x 5 ) + 25 = 50 is valid because 5 appears twice in the grid.

Times by 10, 100, 1000 and ÷10, 100, 1000

Click HERE for Numeracy Abacus Y5 to go through activities you might be interested in to help you understanding Maths!

Angles in maths – video to watch

Do you enjoy Sudoku? See the Numeracy-Interactive section for the ONLINE link! Have fun!

A Bar Line Chart to show the number of puppies born in a litter.

A bar line chart – bars, but as lines

Bar Chart – bars, they DO NOT touch  13837 X [Your age] x 73 = ? Try it out on everyone you know. Check the results each thime. Example: 13837×9 [your age] x 73 = ? Check! Try more out. Practise your fraction-knowledge Square numbers = 1 [1×1],4 [2×2],9 [3×3],16 [4×4],25 [5×5],36 [6×6],49 [7×7], 64 [8×8], 81 [9×9], etc. Can you see how 10 mm = 1 cm?

How many 2D shapes do you know? Do you know their properties? e.g. how many sides, how many lines of symmetry, is it a polygon [closed shape with 3 or more lines], is it a quadrilateral [shape with 4 sides], etc?Â

Place Value

 

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x10/100/1000

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Divide by 10/100/1000

 


Odd, Even, Square and Cube numbers! Click on the image for a larger, clearer view

 


PRIME NUMBERS – Click the image for a clearer view

Take 30 seconds to work this out! See more on 30secondchallenge.com



2 Responses to “Numeracy”

  1. Hi Amrit! Glad you LOVE Maths! 🙂 I LOVE it too!!

  2. I LOVE MATHS 🙂

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