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1 1:1 out of 15 1:2 out of plus groups of subtract minus Write these numbers on the place value chart. a 4280 b 2893 c 724 a b c a Which of these are odd? b Which of these are even? Write the numeral for nine hundred and forty-two. Write 65c in decimal form. Seth made 20 cakes. He gave 2 to his Nan, 1 to his Dad, and 3 to friends. How many cakes did he have left? Change from \$2 if I spend: a \$1.15 b \$0.85 Of 38 biscuits, 28 were eaten. How many were left? Name 2 coins that together make 30 cents. What fraction is shaded? out of 6 photos fill a page. How many pages can be filled by 24 photos? Which is smaller, 3632 or 3622? a = = b tables * How fast are you? * All answers are even. Even numbers end in 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8. 10

2 1:3 out of 14 Extension 1:4 out of Write the numeral modelled here a 111 more than b 212 more than Alex had 4 ice-cream containers with ml of ice-cream in each. How many litres did she have? A farmer had 87 sheep and sold 52. How many did she have left? What fraction is shown? Add 20 each time. 14,,,, The next odd number after 31. How many sides has a quadrilateral? a Subtract 5 from 9. b The product of 5 and 9. 4 girls shared 44 grapes. How many grapes was each girl given? a 1 2 of 20 b 1 4 of 20 c 1 5 of 20 d 1 10 of 20 The smallest number of coins that will total exactly \$ How many different outfits can you make from 2 shirts and 5 pants? Draw a prism and describe it. Fill out this table about yourself, a relative or a friend. Measure Name: Date: Age: Mass: kg Shoe size: Height: cm Waist: cm Neck size: cm 11

3 2:1 2:2 out of Subtract 7 from minus 5. Add 6 and Jill's skipping rope was 90 cm long. She cut 10 cm off. How long is the rope now? out of Write the numeral shown groups of 4. 3 plus T th Th Each Monday for 4 weeks, Lien picked 6 flowers. Pa ge s H How many flowers did she pick altogether? Write the total value of these coins in decimal form. weeks b 70 days = weeks 7 rows of 4. How many minutes before 5 o'clock? Choose the best answer above for the: a a height of a door 1 m, 2 m, 3 m, 6 m, 20 m, 2 cm, 20 cm, 2 mm, 5 mm, 2 km, 20 km e Sa m pl Does a spoon weigh more than 1 kilogram? b b length of a new pencil c width of a classroom d height of your desk How many groups of: Give the unit of measure for the length: a 8? a of a table b of a mobile phone b 12? is half of tables * 12 a 21 days = * T U

4 2:3 2:4 Extension out of 15 out of Shade one third of the snakes. How many hours from: a 4 am to 7 am? b 12 noon to 3 pm? In which season is January? There are 35 sweets and 23 are eaten. How many sweets are left? In this hundred square: a part shaded is hundredths. b part not shaded is out of. \$ \$ \$0.20 Stuart made 17 Anzac biscuits and Samantha made 6. How many biscuits altogether? Minutes in 2 hours. Days in 6 weeks. a b 25 3 c 25 5 How many legs on 3 cats, 8 birds and 5 snakes? After losing \$18 and finding only \$12, I had \$16 left. How much did I start with? What must we add to \$5.75 to make \$10.50? In two dozen eggs, there were 10 more duck eggs than chicken eggs. How many duck eggs? a How many sides on 11 octagons? b (7 8) + (7 8) Draw horizontal lines and record the length of each. even odd odd odd tables * * 13

5 3:1 out of 16 3:2 out of Double more than Take 3 from rows of This shape is a p. What change from \$4 would be given if Natalie spent \$1.40? Name these shapes. a c Take away 3 from 15. Round 56 to the nearest ten. How many digits are in the numeral 2 361? b d John had 32 coins. 14 of these were Australian. How many were not Australian coins? Is this a net of a cube? Is the area of a door more or less than one square metre? On a cube, how many: a faces? b edges? Complete this pattern if the dotted lines are lines of symmetry. 'Consecutive' means following on one after the other. Name 2 consecutive months that have the same number of days. tables Make sure that you know these tables. * * 14

6 3:3 3:4 Extension out of 15 out of The change from \$50 if I buy a watch for \$37. Could this shape be folded to make a cube? Greg had ten 20c coins. How much money did he have? Would an eggcup hold more water than a teacup? The sixth month of the year? What is the total of 40c, 20c and 5c? Groups of 2 in 10. A Which of these 3D objects is a: a prism? b cone? What am I, if my 4 faces are all triangles? B C D How many legs on 5 cows, 3 horses and 8 chickens? Boxes of 4 globes are packed in this container which has 2 levels. How many globes are there? If 2 cups of flour make 10 little cakes, how many cups of flour are needed to make 25 little cakes? a To half of \$1, add 65 cents. b From a quarter of \$1, take away 20 cents. In our class, there are 26 students. If half of the class have pets, how many students own pets? Draw a pyramid and describe it. Strategy Time a From Blue, Shark, Danger, Deep and Water, two different words must be chosen to name a movie. How many different names can be made? b List all 3-digit numbers smaller than 500 that can be made using the digits 0, 3, 6 and 9, if digits can only be used once in each number. 15

7 Answers ID Card A 1 metres 2 millimetres 3 centimetres 4 kilometres 5 litres 6 millilitres 7 grams 8 kilograms 9 seconds 10 minutes 11 hours 12 square centimetres 13 square metres 14 hectares 15 cubic centimetres 16 cubic metres 17 degrees Celsius counting numbers 23 even numbers 24 odd numbers 25 ordinal numbers 26 digits 27 2 and remainder ID Card B 1 line 2 straight line 3 curved line 4 wavy line 5 zigzag line 6 dotted line 7 parallel lines 8 perpendicular lines 9 horizontal line 10 vertical line 11 corner (or vertex) of an angle 12 arm of an angle 13 acute angle 14 right angle 15 obtuse angle 16 straight angle 17 reflex angle 18 revolution 19 tessellation 20 flip 21 slide 22 turn 23 axis of symmetry 24 axes of symmetry 25 number line 26 The coordinates of the dot are E2. 27 picture graph 28 tally 29 column graph 30 line graph ID Card C 1 triangle 2 square 3 rectangle 4 parallelogram 5 rhombus 6 trapezium 7 quadrilaterals 8 pentagons 9 hexagons 10 octagon 11 circle 12 oval 13 regular shapes 14 irregular shapes 15 Shape B is rigid. 16 diagonals 17 1 square metre 18 1 hectare 19 3 out of shaded shaded shaded shaded shaded 25 3 tenths and 6 hundredths out of % shaded , ID Card D 1 face 2 vertex or corner 3 edge 4 cube 5 rectangular prism 6 triangular prism 7 hexagonal prism 8 triangular pyramid 9 square pyramid 10 rectangular pyramid 11 base 12 cylinder 13 cone 14 sphere 15 net of a cube 16 net of a square pyramid 17 net of a cylinder 18 net of a cone 19 net of a triangular prism 20 Side view is Front view is Top view is D will not roll : :40 am 26 protractor 27 pair of compasses 28 thermometer 29 compass 30 tape measure 1: Thousands Hundreds Tens Units a 9, 13 b 34, 6, 12 a \$ (cakes) b c : a \$0.85 b \$ (biscuits) 20c, 10c 10 out of (pages) a 27 b 15 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40 1: (sheep) , 54, 74, (sides) a 4 b (grapes) 1:4 383 a b (litres) a 10 b 5 c 4 d 2 8 (coins) 10 (outfits) A prism will be drawn. Answers will vary. 2: cm \$ no a 15 (minutes) b 25 (minutes) a metres b centimetres 2: (flowers) a 3 (weeks) b 10 (weeks) a 2m b 20 cm c 6 m d 1 m a 3 (groups) b 2 (groups) 10, 50, 30, 100, 70, 40, 80, 20, 90, 60 5, 25, 15, 50, 35, 20, 40, 10, 45, 30 2: snakes will be shaded. a 3 (hours) b 3 (hours) summer 12 (sweets) a 57 (hundredths) b 43 out of 100 \$ (biscuits) 120 (minutes) 42 (days) 2:4 a 100 b 75 c (legs) \$22 \$ (duck eggs) a 88 (sides) b A1

8 Horizontal lines will be drawn. Answers will vary. 1, 9, 5, 4, 0, 8, 2, 6, 3, 7 5, 1, 7, 6, 2, 10, 4, 8, 3, 9 odd, even 3: pyramid \$2.60 a rectangle b oval c triangle d trapezium (digits) 3: (coins) yes more a 6 b 12 (edges) December and January (or July and August) 27, 21,18, 24, 3, 9, 12, 30, 15, 6 16, 36, 28, 8, 4, 40, 32, 24, 12, 20 3: \$13 no \$2 no June 65c 5 a B, C b D triangular pyramid 3: (globes) 5 (cups) a \$1.15 b 5c 13 (students) 320 A pyramid will be drawn and described. One answer could be: This is a triangular pyramid. Its 4 faces are triangles. It has 6 edges and 4 corners. It can slide. a 20 (names) b 306, 309, 360, 369, 390, 396 4:1 30, 6, 18, 27, 3, 12, 21, 9, 15, 24 6, 54, 36, 18, 42, 48, 24, 30, 12, 60 4: B Wednesday a 45 (minutes) b 90 (minutes) should be circled. a 177 b , 1 500,1 600 a > b > octagonal prism 4:4 a 30 (faces) 11 packets (with 6 pens left) a 3 1 b a 9:37 b 8:55 a 1340 b weeks Answers will vary. Some answers include: has 7 digits. It is an even number that is greater than 1 million. It rounds to (nearest million). 1st picture 2nd picture 3rd picture 4th 10th : a b :35 am a 200 b \$ (metres) a 6 (fish) b Matthew 5: (each) 7 (kilometres) should be circled. 4 km 297 m 3300 a 4 (hours) b 6 (hours) triangular prism 14, 42, 7, 28, 70, 49, 21, 63, 35, 56 35, 21, 49, 63 odd 5: cube a 7000 b 60 4 (each) 2 a 5000 b 50 4: Top Side four thousand and ninety three (each) 4 (each) September, October, November , , (books) 366 (days) a 400 b Answers will vary. Any number between 450 and 549 inclusive is correct (metres) 4:41 summer a 5 (faces) b 8 (edges) 5:4 87 (months) ante meridiem (before midday) 90 or 91 a 84 b (minutes) Answers will vary, eg A2

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