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# Maths

This week in Maths we would like you to revise as much as you can in preparation for returning to school next week! :)

You can pick and choose which units you revise first or you can follow the plan detailed below. You may find that you need more revision on some units of Maths than others. Just remember to do what you can and send your work into Class Dojo for your class teacher.

Monday - Fractions (Halving & Quartering Numbers)

Tuesday - Numbers (Tens & Ones, One more/One less, Number Bonds)

Wednesday - Money

Thursday - Multiplication & Division

Friday - Time (o'clock & half past)

## Halving & Quartering Numbers

Practice halving and quartering amounts practically by doing one of the following:

• Physically sharing items out (using cubes/ blocks of lego)
• Roll a dice and find half or a quarter of that number (Challenge - use 2 dices to make a two digit number)
• Complete some of your own Halving Walls (see activity from last week)
• Draw two circles for halving/ four for quarters and draw cookies to share amounts equally

Don't forget you can only use EVEN numbers!

## Number

Some activities you might like to do include:

• Finding the number of tens and ones within a number and displaying this on a Place Value chart
• Using a hundred square to find one more/ one less/ two more/ two less/ ten more/ ten less than a given number
• Making number patterns (multiples of 2s, 5s, 10s/ odd and even numbers)
• Adding and Subtracting numbers (practically or using column method)
• Recapping Number Bonds to 10 and 20

## Money

Recap what you can remember about Money by completing some of the following activities:

• Recap what each coin is worth
• Order coins from the most to the least value
• Coin rubbing with real coins
• Label items around your house with amounts (Don't forget to include the pound & pence sign)
• Challenge - Finding Change

## Multiplication & Division

Recap what you can remember about Multiplication & Division:

• Use a hundred square to help recall your 2, 5 and 10 times table
• Write your Times Tables out as number sentences
• Play Numberbots/ TT Rockstars
• Practice practically sharing out objects and write as a number sentence using the division symbol

## Time

Practice telling the time to the o'clock and half past. Additionally you could do the following: