# Numeracy

Tables

Focus- +9 /-9

Online game and worksheet (or write your own sums remembering to add 10 and take away 1.)

Taking away 9
Online game and worksheet (or write your own sums remembering to take away 10 and add 1.)

Extension
Why not challenge yourself?

 +19 Add 20 and -1 -19 Subtract 20 and +1

 +29 Add 30 and -1 -29 Subtract 30 and +1

Can you go further?

*Area

*Symmetry

*Shape

Number Work

Focus- Place Value and Number Operations

Digit Challenge

World War 2 ended in 1945. We are going to work with those 4 digits. If it helps write each of these numbers down on a scrap page so that you can move them around and build new numbers.

1           9         4        5

What single (one) digit numbers can you make using the digits above? I’ll give you a clue there are 4.

What double (two) digit numbers can you make using the digits above? You can’t use the same digit twice in one number e.g. 11 isn’t allowed. Clue there are 12.

More challenging

What 3 digit numbers can you make using the digits above? Try to be logical. I’ve completed the 3 digit numbers that have one hundred.

 194 195 149 145 154 159

Let’s look at the numbers we generated in Task 1.

Can you put your odd 2 digit numbers in descending order starting with the largest?

Write the even 2 digit numbers you generated in words e.g. 12 – twelve. Take care with the spelling.

More challenging

Can you put your even 3 digit numbers in ascending order starting with the smallest?

What was the largest even 3 digit number you made?

What was the smallest odd 3 digit number you made?

Number riddle

What number am I?

Find me the odd 3 digit number you made using all odd digits.

The difference between the hundreds digit and my units digit is 8.

The sum of my tens and units digits is 6.

Now try writing your own riddle.

Using the numbers generated in Task 1 I want you to challenge yourself. How many vertical addition sums can you complete? You might want to use your maths classwork book for this as the squares will help keep your place value columns nice and neat.

More challenging

Did you find which two numbers made a total of 973?

Subtraction

Visit the link below for a recap of Vertical Subtraction.

Using the numbers generated in Task 1 I want you to challenge yourself. How many vertical subtraction sums can you complete? You might want to use your maths classwork book for this as the squares will help keep your place value columns nice and neat.

More challenging

Did you find which two numbers had a difference of 310

Measures- Area

Focus- calculating area by counting squares.

Try 'Comparing Area' if you are in P3.

Then 'Partitioned Rectangles' and 'Using a grid to measure area' for P4.

## Going further with Area

Let's get creative using area!

## From the Archive: Dig For Victory

During the Second World War, getting the most from your little plot of land was crucial. This film, produced by the Ministry of Agriculture in 1941, explains...
Don’t worry no digging will be required in this task!