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1 Name MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction = = + 11 = = 1 + = = + 1 = = + 1 = = = 1 = = + 1 = = + + = = = 1 + = = + 1 = = Number & Place Value 1 Loop groups of. Then write the total. 0 Money & financial mathematics Draw a line to connect each coin to its name. ten cents five cents twenty cents NUMBER & ALGEBR A 0 0 one dollar two dollars fifty cents Patterns & algebra Draw more blocks on the left to make each balance picture true. Colour matching parts the same. fourth third 1st balances nd th second rd first fifth th th sixth balances The reflection of a shape looks like the shape has been flipped over an imaginary line. PAGE 1
2 Answers will vary. This is one example. Using Units of Measurement Location & Transformation ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Write the time on the digital clock. : 00 1 : 00 : 00 Draw the reflection of each shape on the other side of the blue line. CHANCE Data Representation & interpretation a. Colour the spinner so that green is less likely than red. This tally chart shows the number of books some students read while they were on school holidays. a. Write each student s total in the last row. STATISTICS & PROBABILITY b. Use a pencil and paperclip with the spinner. Make 0 spins. Record each result in the tally chart below. Then write the totals. Colour Tally Total Green Red 1 Chloe Ruby William Thomas b. Who read the greatest number of books? c. Write the students names in order from who read the least number to who read the greatest number. Ruby Chloe d. How many books did these students read altogether? Thomas William Thomas 0 TESTER Which picture shows onehalf? Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
3 Name MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction = + = = = + = + = = + 1 = + = + = = + 1 = + = + = = + 11 = + = + = = = Number & Place Value 1 Write the missing numbers on this number track Money & Financial Mathematics Loop coins you can trade for $1. Then write the total. Total = $. NUMBER & ALGEBR A Write an addition fact. Then write the turnaround fact. + = + = Patterns & Algebra Total = $. Draw blocks on the right to make each balance picture true. Then complete the matching number sentence The equals symbol (=) means balances or is the same as. For example, + = 1 can be read as + balances 1 or + is the same as 1. PAGE
4 Answers will vary. This is one example. Using Units of Measurement Location & Transformation ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Write the o clock time. o clock 11 o clock o clock Copy each shape. CHANCE Data Representation & interpretation a. Colour the spinner so that orange and green have the same chance. This tally chart shows the number of vowels in some students names. STATISTICS & PROBABILITY b. Use a pencil and paperclip with the spinner. Make 0 spins. Record each result in the tally chart below. Then write the totals. a. Write the total for each vowel in the last row. A E I O U b. Which vowel was used most? c. Which vowel was used least? U A Colour Tally Total Green Orange 11 d. Write the vowels in order from used the least to used the most. A I E O U TESTER Look at the picture. Which statement is true? The ball is above the boy. The ball is on his right. The ball is on his left. The boy is on the ball. Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
5 Name MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction = 1 + = 1 = + = 11 = + = 1 = + = 1 = 1 = + 1 = = + = 1 = + 1 = 1 = + = + = 11 = + = = Number & Place Value 1 Add the groups. Write the addition fact and the turnaround. Fractions & decimals Colour one of the equal parts in each shape. + = + = money & financial mathematics Complete the missing parts. NUMBER & ALGEBR A Write an addition sentence. Then write a related subtraction sentence. ten cents fifty cents twenty cents five cents c 0c 0c c = Patterns & algebra Draw more shapes in each pattern. = When you use the counton strategy for addition, put the greater number in your head first then count on the small number. For example, when you see 1 + = think and one more is. PAGE
6 Answers will vary. This is one example. Using Units of Measurement Shape ME asurement & GEOMETRY Think of the reallife object. Write longer or shorter to make true sentences. is is is is is is longer longer shorter longer shorter shorter than a ruler. than a pencil. than a pencil. than a car. than a ruler. than a car. Write the number of sides and corners for each shape. Look at the labels on the right. Write each name inside the matching shape. square sides corners oblong sides corners oblong triangle square triangle sides corners CHANCE DATA REPRESENTATION & INTERPRETATION STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Write possible or not possible for each of these. eats an not possible eats a eats a possible possible This graph shows the weather for one week. Weather Each Day rainy sunny cloudy a. What type of weather happened most? b. What type of weather happened least? rainy cloudy c. For how many days was the weather recorded? days TESTER Which shape is a circle? Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
7 Name Answers will vary. This is one example. MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction = 1 + = 1 = + 1 = 1 = + = 1 = + = 1 = 1 1 = + 1 = 1 = + = 1 = + 1 = 1 = + = + = 1 = + = 1 = Number & Place Value 1 For each picture, write an addition fact and its turnaround. + = Fractions & decimals a. Colour one of the equal parts in each shape. NUMBER & ALGEBR A Write an addition sentence. Then write a related subtraction sentence. b. Loop the shapes that show onehalf. Money & Financial Mathematics Complete the missing parts. one dollar two dollars $1 $ = patterns & algebra Draw more shapes in each pattern. = Fractions describe equal parts of one whole. For example, when one whole is divided into equal parts, the fraction onehalf describes one of those equal parts. PAGE
8 Answers will vary. This is one example. Using Units of Measurement Location & transformation ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Write each time. o clock half past o clock 11 Draw a ball in each place. a. on the chair b. under the table c. between the TV and the table d. beside the door half past STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Chance Look at the table on the right. a. Roll a regular die times. Write each number in the table. b. Which set of numbers is the biggest? c. Do you think the outcome would change if you rolled the die more times? d. Roll the die more times and write the numbers in a different colour. Numbers on a Regular Die Numbers 1 to Numbers to e. Did the outcome change? TESTER Which face is the same on both sides of the dotted line? Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
9 Name MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction = 11 = = + = 1 + = 1 = = = = = + = = 1 = = 1 + = + = = = NUMBER & ALGEBR A Number & Place Value 1 Write the number on the expander. Then write the number. thirtynine fiftyseven thirteen twentytwo 1 Draw a line to each matching space on the number track Write an addition sentence to match the picture. Then write a related subtraction sentence. = Fractions & decimals Loop onehalf of each group. Then complete the sentences. Onehalf of 1 is. Onehalf of 1 is. money & financial mathematics Write the amount in each piggy bank. 0 c 1 c 1 0 c 0 c A polyhedron is any simple, closed D object with flat faces. For example, a cube is a polyhedron and a sphere is not a polyhedron. PAGE
10 ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Shape Choose a word to complete each sentence. flat curved face The surfaces of polyhedrons are. A flat surface is called a. a. Loop the polyhedrons. pyramid sphere face flat cube cone Location & transformation Start at the. Colour the path red or blue. Write what is at the end of each path. b. Look at the labels below. Write each name below the matching object above. sphere cube pyramid cone Red Blue 1 flag rocket STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Data Representation & Interpretation Look at this jar of lollies. a. Draw a tally in the tally chart for each lolly. b. Write the total for each type of lolly. Tally Total 11 TESTER Look at the lolly jar above. Imagine Sam takes out one lolly without looking. Which lolly is he most likely to get? Colour one bubble. PAGE PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
11 Name Answers will vary. This is one example. MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction = + = 1 1 = 1 = + = 1 + = 11 1 = = + = + = 11 1 = = + = + = 1 1 = 1 = + = 1 + = 1 1 = 1 = Number & Place Value 1 Look at the number of stars. Write the number on the expander. Then complete the number name. Write an addition fact and a subtraction fact to match the picture. twenty eight = NUMBER & ALGEBR A 1 1 one four thirty teen Draw a line to connect each number to the correct position on the number line. 1 fractions & decimals Write the numbers that should be in the first half of each track money & financial mathematics Draw coins in the purse to match the amount shown c You can use the bridgeto strategy when adding numbers that are close to. For example, + is the same as +. PAGE 11
12 Using Units of Measurement Choose and copy a label that best describes the mass of each toy. more than less than the same as Location & Transformation Draw the reflection of each shape on the other side of the blue line. ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY The train is The robot is the same as less than 1 blocks. blocks. The bear is more than blocks. STATISTICS & PROBABILITY chance Colour the word that best describes the chance of each event happening tomorrow. a. I will fly to China. likely unlikely b. My teacher will eat lunch. likely unlikely c. A dinosaur will come to school. possible impossible d. It will rain. possible impossible e. A train will stop at school. possible impossible TESTER Paul made this model of a castle. How many cones did he use? Colour one bubble. PAGE 1 PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
13 Name MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction = + = + = = = + = + = 11 1 = + 1 = 1 + = + = 1 1 = 11 + = + = + = 1 = + = 1 + = 1 11 = NUMBER & ALGEBR A Number & Place Value 1 Write the number on the open and closed expanders. thirtysix seventyfour ninetyfive Count on to work out how much more money is needed. Then write the fact family to match. + = + = = = Write the fact family to match. dots altogether $ Fractions & decimals Draw twelve. Loop onehalf and complete the sentence. Draw sixteen. Loop onehalf and complete the sentence. money & financial mathematics Half of 1 is. Half of 1 is. Draw a line to join each wallet to the matching amount. = = 0c 1c 0c An addition fact family includes an addition fact, its turnaround fact, and the related subtraction facts. PAGE 1
14 Answers will vary. This is one example. ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Using Units of Measurement Write the day just before or just after. Wednesday Monday Saturday Sunday Friday Thursday Tuesday Monday Thursday Tuesday Sunday Saturday Friday Wednesday Shape a. Loop the cube. b. What is something that looks like a cube? c. A cube has surfaces. d. Draw a beside each true sentence. It can roll. It can stack. It has all flat surfaces. It has no flat surfaces. die, box STATISTICS & PROBABILITY chance Look at the spinner. Write colours to make true statements. Red Blue Green is less likely than. is more likely than. is impossible. blue red Data Representation & Interpretation Number of Pets at Home Eddy Ryan Dan Kate Will Fred Millie Jack Sue 0 pets 1 pet pets pets Look at the graph. a. Who has pets? b. How many pets do most people have? c. How many people were asked about their pets? Sue one TESTER Which piggy bank holds the greatest total? Colour one bubble. PAGE 1 PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
15 Name Answers will vary. This is one example. MENTAL MATHS Addition & Subtraction = = + = 1 = 1 = 1 + = = + 1 = = 1 = + 1 = = + = = = 1 + = = + = = 1 = + 1 = = + 1 = = 11 = Number & Place Value 1 Use all of these digits. Write a number that has tens. Complete each puzzle. sixteen = = TOTAL + NUMBER & ALGEBR A 1 0 Complete each. Then write the fact family. 1 sixty sixtyone fractions & decimals Draw a line to cut each piece of fruit into equal parts. money & financial mathematics Loop the coins you would use to pay the exact amount for each item. + = = = TOTAL + 0c c When you use the counton strategy for addition, put the greater number in your head first then count on the small number. For example, when you see + = think and two more is. PAGE 1
16 Answers will vary. ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY Using Units of Measurement a. Write the number of lids and cups. b. In each box, loop the container that holds the least. lids cups lids cups Location & Transformation Look at this frog. a. Draw a butterfly in front of the frog. b. Draw a fish behind the frog. c. Draw a bee on the left of the frog. d. Draw another frog on the right of this frog. chance Draw an event to match each label. STATISTICS & PROBABILITY possible impossible TESTER How many cars were in the car park altogether? 1 11 Number 1 0 Colours of Cars in Car Park red blue white silver Colour Colour one bubble. PAGE 1 PARENT/CARER SIGNATURE DATE
17 Name Answers will vary. This is one example. REVIEW NUMBER & ALGEBR A Number & Place Value 1 Loop the even numbers. 0 Write the odd numbers between 0 and 0. Write the number on the open and closed expanders. fortyeight sixtytwo Colour matching numbers the same. sixty 1 1 sixteen eighteen 0 Complete. Write the fact family. 1,,,, = = Fractions & Decimals Colour onehalf of each shape. TOTAL + Write the numbers that should be in the first half of each track Money & Financial Mathematics Write the amount in words. cents cents Write the amount. 11 Draw coins to match the amount. 0c fifty twenty 1 Loop the coins you would use to pay the exact amount for this item. 0c 0 Patterns & Algebra ten five cents cents 1 Draw the next shapes in the pattern. c 1 Draw to show a repeating pattern. Draw a line to show equal parts. 1 Colour the shapes to show a repeating pattern. PAGE 1
18 Answers will vary. This is one example. Using Units of Measurement 1 Write each time. Shape 1 Loop the quadrilaterals. ME ASUREMENT & GEOMETRY o clock half past 1 Choose and copy a label that best describes the mass of each toy. less than The robot is equal to less than more than the car. 0 Draw a line to connect each D object to its name. cone sphere cylinder cube Location & Transformation 1 Draw a reflection of each shape on the other side of the blue line. The truck is equal to the plane. 1 Write the day just before and just after. Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday STATISTICS & PROBABILITY Chance Look at this spinner. Write colours to complete true sentences. Blue Red Yellow a. is most likely. b. is less likely than green. c. is impossible. Data Representation & Interpretation This table shows how some students go to school. a. Write the totals. Bike Car Bus Tally b. How many students in total were asked how they go to school? Total 0 PAGE 1
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