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1 Answers will vary. This is one example. Name MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction Multiplication + = + = = = = + = + = = = = + = + = = = = + = + = = = = + = + = = = = Number & place value Write each number without the expander. Money & Financial mathematics Use tallies to show different ways to pay the exact amount for the item. $. Write the three numbers above in order from least to greatest. least Fractions & Decimals,, Shade onehalf of each shape. Record the number of parts. Then complete the fraction in words. two four greatest shaded parts out of equal parts quarters is shaded. shaded parts out of equal parts eighths is shaded. Patterns & Algebra a. Colour green the numbers you say when you start at zero and count in steps of. b. Colour blue the numbers you say when you start at zero and count in steps of. c. Loop the numbers you say when you start at zero and count in steps of. A net is a flat model that can be folded to make a D object like a pyramid or prism. PAGE
2 Answers will vary. This is one example. ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Shape Draw a line to connect each object to its matching net. LOCATION & TRANSFORMATION Draw all the mirror lines you can see in these shapes. STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Data Representation & Interpretation Bella has a pet dog. Connor has a pet lizard. a. Look at this Venn diagram. Write lizard or dog to label each loop. forked tongue scales lays eggs About Our Pets lizard tail legs claws dog fur snout feathers mammal b. Think about a different pet. Write a characteristic of that pet in the part outside the loops. The picture graph shows the results from the tally chart. Number Tally Total Test Scores = vote Find and write a mistake in each display. Mistake Tally Chart Mistake Graph votes put in for score of Tally for should be TESTER There are cubes in this box. How many more cubes like these can fit in the box altogether? Write your answer in the box. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
3 Name Answers will vary. This is one example. MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction Multiplication + = + = = = = + = + = = = = + = + = = = = + = + = = = = + = + = = = = NUMBER & Place value Write the numbers. less more Draw a picture to help solve the problem. Then write the matching multiplication sentence. There are lolly bags with lollies in each bag. How many lollies altogether? = Write a story problem to match the picture. Then write the matching multiplication sentence. Use all these digits. a. Write the greatest possible number. b. Write the least possible number. Fractions & Decimals Write numbers to describe the fraction that is shaded. a. shaded parts or equal parts b. shaded parts equal parts Colour threequarters. Write the fraction. or There are fishbowls with fish in each bowl. How many fish altogether? = Money & Financial Mathematics Ellen has $.. Imagine she spends $.. Draw coins to show how much she will have left. ($. left) You can use tens to work out multiplication facts involving fives. For example, when you see think = so is half of or. PAGE
4 Answers will vary. ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Using Units of measurement a. What day of the week is June June June S M T W Th F S b. How many weekend days are in June? c. Write the date of the th Wednesday. Thursday Sunday nd Complete these sentences. There are days in one. There are Geometric Reasoning These geostrips show a threequarter turn clockwise. months in one year. Draw strips that show these amounts of turn. Draw an arrow to show the direction. onequarter turn anticlockwise week onehalf turn clockwise STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Chance Alex and Nelson decide to play Rock, Paper, Scissors to determine who chooses which game to play. a. Predict how many times each outcome will win. Rock Paper Scissors b. Play Rock, Paper, Scissors times with a partner and record the winning outcomes. Outcome Rock Paper Scissors Tally of Winning Outcome Total c. Complete this bar graph to show your results. Outcome Title: Rock Paper Scissors Number of wins d. Is this a fair way to decide who chooses the game to play? Why? TESTER Tennis balls are packed into cans. Each can holds balls. The tennis coach wants to use balls during the lesson. What is the least number of cans the coach needs? Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
5 Name Answers will vary. This is one example. MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction Multiplication & Division + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = Number & place value Write numbers to make true sentences. shared by is so =. shared by is so =. Onehalf of is so =. Onehalf of is so =. Use counters or buttons to help you complete these sentences. shared by is each. There is left over. shared by is each. There are left over. shared by is each. There are Work out the amount left. Record your thinking. $ Gift Voucher $ left over. is subtract is Amount left = $ Fractions & Decimals Look at the number line. Complete the fractions in the boxes. Money & Financial Mathematics Mia uses a $ note to buy a drink for $.. Draw the change she will receive. Patterns & Algebra Complete these addition patterns. + = + = + = + = + = + = ($. change) + = + = + = + = + = + = In a tworing Venn diagram, the overlapping part shows what the groups have in common. PAGE
6 Answers will vary. This is one example. ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Using Units of Measurement Write numbers to make these true. metre = centimetres hour = minutes Onequarter of a metre = Half an hour = minutes centimetres Draw hands to show the time. Then write the time in words. : quarter past Shape Draw the top view of each object. STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Chance Use the words possible or impossible to describe the likelihood of these events. There will be a storm tonight. I will fly to China and back this morning. Data Representation & Interpretation There are parts in this Venn diagram. Write numbers in each part. Even Numbers Numbers to possible impossible Less than Look at this graph. Animal Lion Gazelle Giraffe Zebra Elephant African Animals at the Zoo Number of animals a. How many more gazelles are there than elephants? b. How many African animals altogether at the zoo? c. How many of the animals have a name that begins with G? d. Colour more parts of the graph to show a total of animals. TESTER Which spinner has the best chance of stopping on purple? Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
7 Name Answers will vary. This is one example. MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction Multiplication & Division + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = Number & place value Work out the number shown by this block picture. Fractions & Decimals Complete the fractions. Write a number that is: Ten more One hundred less Two thousand more Two tens less Use buttons or counters to help you complete these sentences. shared by is each. There are left over. shared by is each. There are left over. Money & Financial Mathematics Write how much money is in each equal share. $ $ $ $ $ Write the total amount that was shared. $ You can use buttons or counters to help you work out the number in each share and the amount left over. PAGE
8 ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Using Units of Measurement metre centimetres is the same as cm. Complete the missing parts. metres centimetres m cm cm metres centimetres m cm cm Write the missing lengths in metres and centimetres. m cm m cm Location & Transformation Draw what each shape will look like after making the turn. threequarter turn clockwise onehalf turn clockwise onequarter turn anticlockwise one full turn anticlockwise cm cm cm m cm m cm STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Chance Colour the spinners to match the labels. It is impossible to spin yellow. It is certain to spin orange. It is more likely to spin red than blue. Data Representation & Interpretation Write the totals in the tally chart. Then complete the bar graph to show the data. Favourite Desserts Desserts Tally Total Ice cream Pavlova Chocolate Fruit Votes Title: Favourite Desserts Ice cream Pavlova Chocolate Fruit Desserts TESTER The total number of bananas is equal to + Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
9 Name Answers will vary. This is one example. MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction Multiplication & Division + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = Number & place value Write the number on the expander. Then write the number in words. two thousand, three hundred and four Fractions & Decimals Complete the fractions. Write these numbers from least to greatest. Use the number line to work out the difference between the prices. $ Guitar and Drums Keyboard and Guitar $ $ $ $ Money & Financial Mathematics Josh uses a $ note to buy a sandwich for $. and a drink for $.. How much change will he get? Patterns & Algebra Write the missing parts in these doubling patterns.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Count on in steps of. Write the numbers you say. c You can count back the parts to work out difference. For example, when you see think or. PAGE
10 ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Using Units of Measurement Read the scales and write the mass. kilograms kilograms one and one quarter kilograms kilograms two and onehalf kilograms four and one half kilograms three kilograms kilograms SHAPE Draw a shape to match each description. A red scalene triangle A blue pentagon A green quadrilateral with at least sides the same length STATISTICS & PROBABILITY DATa Representation & Interpretation a. This table shows the number of students who ate some fruit in one week. Write the totals. Fruit Tally Total Apple Melon Orange Grapes b. How many students in total ate these fruits? c. There are students in Year. How many students did not eat fruit in this week? d. Show the same data on this graph. Number of students Fruit Eaten in Week Apple Melon Grapes Oranges Fruit e. How many more students ate grapes or melon than those who ate apples or oranges? TESTER Which clock shows a quarter past? : : : : Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
11 Name MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction Multiplication & Division + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = Number & Place Value a. Use all the digits. Make these numbers. The greatest number possible The least number possible A number as close to as possible All the digit numbers possible b. How many different digit numbers did you make? Write the number on the expander. Then write the number in words.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, four thousand, nine hundred and three Fractions & Decimals Colour half the petals. Write the numbers. Onehalf of is. = Money & Financial Mathematics Write each amount on the open and closed expanders. $. $. $. $. Work out the total cost. Draw coins to show your thinking. c + c + c = c + $. c = $. In a fourdigit whole number, the digits in the tens and ones places are read together. For example, when you see read five thousand, six hundred and thirtytwo. PAGE
12 Answers will vary. This is one example. Using Units of measurement These items need to be packed in the bags below. Each bag can carry no more than kilograms. Write or draw how you would pack each bag. Shape Loop the nets that will fold to make this prism. ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Cheese kg Steak kg Beetroot kg Grapes kg steak kg beetroot kg grapes kg oranges kg apples kg Loop the net that will fold to make this cube. Apples kg Oranges kg Sausages kg sausages kg cheese kg STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Data Representation & Interpretation There are parts in this Venn diagram. Write numbers in each part. Numbers greater Numbers to Sum of digits is This column graph has some mistakes. Find and write mistakes... red blue orange numbers do not line up with grid a colour label is missing TESTER Ella spins this spinner. Which number has no chance? Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
13 Name Answers will vary. This is one example. MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction Multiplication & Division + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = Number & Place Value Write the number that each arrow is pointing to. Then write the number in words. Show ways you could work out the total you would pay for these items. $ $ three thousand, eight three thousand, eight hundred three thousand, nine hundred hundred and ten and sixty and ninety + + Fractions & Decimals Complete the parts. parts out of equal parts parts out of equal parts Money & Financial Mathematics Imagine you have $. How much more do you need to buy the shoes? Draw a money picture to show your thinking. $ Patterns & Algebra a. Count on in steps of. Write the numbers you say. b. Count back in steps of. Write the numbers you say. $ Fractions describe equal parts of one whole. For example, when one whole is divided into four equal parts, the fraction threequarters describes three of four equal parts. PAGE
14 ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY USING Units of Measurement Draw a line to connect each jug to the label that shows the amount of water. L L L L litre onequarter litre onehalf litre Geometric Reasoning Draw another angle arm and mark the angle to match. threequarter turn clockwise onehalf turn clockwise onequarter turn anticlockwise onehalf turn anticlockwise threequarter litre STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Data Representation & Interpretation Look at this picture graph. Number of Books Read in Book Week Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Days = book a. On which day were the most books read? b. On which days were the same number of books read? Tuesday c. What is the total number of books read on Monday and Tuesday. d. How many more books were read on Monday and Tuesday than Friday? e. Write the days in order of fewest books read to most books read for the week. f. How many books were read in Book Week? Monday Thursday Wednesday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Monday TESTER Which fraction describes the number of lollipops that are red?? Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
15 Name MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction Multiplication & Division + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = + = = = = = Number & Place Value Tuesday Number of tickets sold Money raised Wednesday Number of tickets sold Money Raised Adults $ $ Children $ $ a. Work out how many tickets were sold each day. Tuesday Wednesday Money & Financial Mathematics Cross out the amount spent. Then complete the number sentence to show how much is left. Total = Total = b. Work out how much money was raised each day. Tuesday Total = $ Fractions & Decimals Complete the fractions. Wednesday Total = $ $ $ = $ Patterns & algebra Complete these addition and subtraction patterns. + = = + = = + = = + = = + = = $ In D objects, when surfaces join together, they make an edge. When or more edges meet, they make a corner. PAGE
16 ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY USING Units of Measurement Draw the hands on the clock. Then write the time in words. : half past : quarter past : half past Shape Write the number of corners and edges for each object. Corners Edges STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Chance Use possible, impossible or certain to describe these events and outcomes. Event or Outcome I toss a coin and get heads. Next month I will be month older. I roll using a regular sided die. The sun will set today. It will be a full moon tonight. The sky will be green tomorrow. Chance possible certain impossible certain possible impossible Data Representation & Interpretation Complete the tally chart to sort these animals. Animal Tally Total Horse Cow Pig Chicken TESTER Cooper had $. He bought a drink and got this change. How much did the drink cost? $. $. $. $. Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
17 Name Answers will vary. This is one example. REVIEW Number & Place Value Write the number on the expander. Then write the number in words. Colour one bubble. Write the number. Then write the number in words. Work out how much would be left after buying the item. Write a number sentence to show how you worked it out. $ Gift Voucher $ two thousand, four hundred and eight five thousand and twenty Amount left = $ Fractions & Decimals Complete the fractions. Money & Financial Mathematics Write the amount on the open and closed expanders. $. Cross out the amount shown then complete the number sentence. $ $ = $ $ $ Add the prices. Record your thinking. $ $ Write a story problem to match then write the answer. Total = $ = Kayla has lollies to share between people. How many lollies will each person get? Patterns & Algebra Look at these scales. Same objects have the same mass. Work out the mass of each object. kg kg kg = kg = kg = kg PAGE
18 Answers will vary. ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY USING Units of Measurement Write the missing lengths. metres centimetres metres centimetres m m cm cm metres m centimetres cm Write the minutes to time. Then write the time on the digital clock. Shape Draw a net for this D object. minutes to : cm cm cm Location & Transformation Look at this map. A B C D E F G a. Write the buildings that can be found on these grid squares. C G Year Year b. Write instructions to walk from to the library. GEOMETRIC REASONING Draw an angle arm to show a threequarter turn anticlockwise. Use an arrow to show the turn. Prep Year Office Office Library right, up, right STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Chance Roll a dice times and record your results in this tally chart. Outcome Tally Total a. What number was rolled the least? b. What number was rolled the most? Data Representation & Interpretation There are parts in this Venn diagram. Write words in each part. couch sky Letter Words shoes Words horse goose Animal Names cow piglet blanket PAGE
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