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New Wave Mental Maths • Retains many of the much-loved features of New Wave Mental Maths, with a range of added extras and new improvements, particularly in relation to problem-solving. • Provides a 40-week, structured mental maths programme covering all strands and sub-strands of the maths curriculum. • Provides daily practice of mental maths skills and problem-solving skills (10 daily questions for 1st and 2nd Class books; 20 daily questions for 3rd to 6th Class books). • Develops mathematical concepts and vocabulary sequentially, along with practice in speed of recall.

New Features • Series extended into Senior Infants, with a brand-new book containing daily mental maths for the full school year. • Modern and contemporary layout using subtle colours, which is not distracting or overwhelming for the pupil. • A new ‘Problem-Solving’ column in each week’s unit of work. • Problem-solving questions drawn from a mixture of strands and strand units, incorporating real-life maths contexts and situations. • Problem-solving questions positioned in a separate column, so teachers can use them flexibly: either for classwork or homework; or for a mental challenge before the daily maths lesson. • Pictorial and written representations of problems in both the problem-solving and daily columns. • Maximum focus on the maths concepts with the language and readability of questions simplified, wherever needed. • Includes new question types, with the removal of some of the previous ones, based on feedback, comments and observations from practising teachers.

1st and 2nd Class Books

3rd–6th Class Books

• New ‘Problem-Solving’ column with one carefully worded problem-solving question for each day.

• New format using a 3-page weekly unit, with the ‘Friday Review’ now moved into the main week’s unit of work for ease of access.

• Space provided around each problem should some pupils require the support of rough jottings or diagrams.

• New ‘Problem-Solving’ column with two carefully worded problem-solving questions for each day.

• ‘Friday Review’ increased to 12 questions, which can be used for assessment and monitoring pupil progress.

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MONDAY Week 1

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or

11 10 9 8

past 5.

2. 10, 12, 14,

7

, 18

12

6

1

5

1. Time? 2 3 4

.

or

11 10 9 8

past 7.

2.

+

+

4. Draw a circle under a triangle.

3. 5, 10, 15,

5. 12 apples in a bowl, later 4 were left.

4.

How many were taken?

5. 8 – 2 – 2 – 2 =

6. 10 – 2 – 2 =

6. How many groups of 3 balloons can be made using 9 balloons?

= , 25 +

9. 5 + 5 =

+

=

R

+

AF T

+

+7

5

3 4

D

8. 12 =

6

2

+

3. 2 + 2 + 2 =

7. 7 + 3 =

7

12 1

Week 1

1. Time?

TUESDAY

SE

7. Write one hundred and thirty as a numeral.

10. 10 – 3 = 11. 9 –

8. 4 + 4 =

=2

12. One year =

days

13. A fortnight has

days.

10. 30 + 50 = 11. Tick which would better measure a pencil.

EL

14. 12 of 10 =

EA

9. 14 + 7 =

PR

E-

R

15. Colour the number 148 on the abacus.

hundreds tens

16. 1 m =

17. Name this shape.

units cm

cm

m

12. 9 – 9 = 13. 5 groups of 2 = 14.

minutes = 1 hour

15. Which farm has the most cows? DAIRY FARM A ‘Big Moo’ B ‘Dairy Me’ C ‘Bessy’

NUMBER OF COWS 25 17 23

16. Double 10.

18. Double 4.

17. 12 of 20 =

19. Is 9 odd or even?

18. 6, 16, 26 and 36 are odd even numbers.

20. 20 + 30 =

19. 2 m =

cm

20. 600 + 30 + 2 = 2

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WEDNESDAY

or

11 10 9 8

past 2.

2. 100,

7

, 120, 130, 140

12 1

6

5

1. Time?

2 3 4

.

or

past 10.

2.

+

3. 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 =

+

4. Write thirty-seven as a numeral.

=

+

6

5

2 3 4

, 15, 18

4. Complete the pattern.

5. 12 – 2 – 2 – 2 =

6. 10 – 2 – 2 – 2 =

R

6. How many groups of 2 balloons can be made using 14 balloons?

D

7. 10 + 6 = 8. Draw a semicircle between 2 triangles.

SE

7. 3 + 3 =

9. 10 – 8 =

8. 10 + 8 =

10. 7 – 4 =

EA

9. Tick which would better measure a garden.

11. Look at Tuesday’s table. The difference between

cm

the largest and smallest farm is

10. 0 + 4 =

cows.

EL

12.

7

12 1

+

3. 3, 6, 9,

5. How many groups of 3 balloons can be made using 12 balloons?

11 10 9 8

AF T

Week 1

.

Week 1

1. Time?

THURSDAY

hours = 1 day

R

13. 12 of 12 = 14. 100 cm =

m

11. 16 – 6 = 12. 700 + 60 + 3 = 13. Colour the number 105 on the abacus.

E-

m

PR

15. How many seasons in a year? 16. How many months in a year?

hundreds tens

17. Colour the number 182 on the abacus.

14. 4 + 3 = 15.

hundreds tens

units

seconds = 1 minute

16. How many cents make €1? 17. 12 of 18 =

18. Double 3.

18. Double 5.

19. 40 + 30 =

19. 7 – 5 =

20. 200 + 70 + 5 =

20. 60 + 20 =

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past 6. 12

11 10 9 8

How many sides did he draw altogether?

What 3-D shape did it turn into?

6

5

hundreds tens

2 3 4

2. A violin has 4 strings. 5 violins need brand new strings.

4. 3, 6, 9, 12,

2. Mia bought 5 new markers at the weekend. This gave her a total of 13 markers in her pencil case.

Ec.

19. Tick which would better measure a classroom.

6. How many days in a year?

PR

m

20. 8 – 3 =

+ =

9. 10 – 2 – 2 – 2 =

What 2-D shape did she draw? 2. Tim drew 4 identical 2-D shapes. He counted 16 sides in total. He noticed all the sides were equal.

10. 7, 17 and 27 are 22. 1 day = odd even numbers. 23. 500 + 20 + 5 11. Draw a line to make = 2 triangles.

hours

24. 12 of 16 =

What 2-D shape did he draw?

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7. 1 m = +

1. Ava drew 4 identical 2-D shapes. She counted 12 sides in total.

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18. How many days in a fortnight?

8.

Thursday

15. Double 7.

EA

R

c

2. Nevin has 3 coins in one hand and 4 coins in the other hand. He has a total of

+5

17. 40 + 50 =

1. Lisa has 11c in each of her 2 purses. How much has she in total?

14. 12 =

SE

5. How many groups of 3 balloons can be made using 15 balloons?

EL

Wednesday

13. 10 + 7 =

R

How many did he have on Monday?

How many markers did she have on Friday?

16. Draw a semicircle under a circle. 3. Write four hundred and forty as a numeral.

1. Liam ate half of his 20 sweets at the weekend.

4

12. What number is shown on the abacus?

How many strings are needed altogether?

Tuesday

units

AF T

2. Jill was using a computer. She made a square. She clicked a button that turned it into a 3-D version.

7

1

D

Week 1

1. Jack drew a square, a triangle and a rectangle.

.

Week 1

Monday

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MONDAY Week 2

.

or

11 10 9 8

past 4.

2.

+

7

12 1

6

5

2 3 4

=

1. Time?

.

or

past 8.

2. 80, 85, 90, 95, 3.

3. 45, 50, 55,

, 65, 70

11 10 9 8

7

12 1

6

5

2 3 4

Week 2

1. Time?

TUESDAY

+

+

=

4. 4+5=

5. Complete the pattern.

5. 20 – 5 – 5 =

6. Share 30 roast potatoes equally among 3 hungry children.

6. 15 – 5 – 5 = 7. Double 20.

9. 5, 15, 25 and 35 are odd even numbers.

6+8

8. 24 – 10 =

9. Draw a rectangle between 2 circles.

12

EA

11. Draw a triangle above a square.

7. 8–4=

SE

10. Fill in the correct sign (<, > or =).

each

D

8. Halve 60.

R

AF T

4. 6+3=

EL

12. Tick which would better measure a chocolate bar. m

R

cm

PR

10 – 4 and winter

days in a year.

16. A year has

cm

12. Fill in the correct sign (<, > or =).

14. Spring, summer, are the four seasons. 15.

11. Measure the snail’s trail.

cm

E-

13. Measure the snail’s trail.

10. 22 is odd even .

8

13. A hexagon has

sides.

14. of 12 = 1 4

15. Halve 22. 16. Double 7.

weeks.

17. 27 – 10 =

17.

18. Write one hundred and sixty-seven as a numeral.

18. There are 24 hours in a

19. 6 pairs of shoes =

seconds = 1 minute .

19. 11 – 4 = shoes

20. 100 cm =

m

20. 68 + 10 = 3rd Class

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.

or

11 10 9 8

past 5.

2. 7–1=

7

12

6

1

5

1. Time?

2

.

or

3 4

11

past 11.

2. 10 + 27 =

3. 97 – 10 =

3. Halve 20.

4. Dad ate 2 eggs out of a dozen.

4. Is 15 odd or even?

How many are left?

6. 4, 8,

+

+

=

7. 365 days are split into

25 – 5

months.

15 + 6

7. 93 – 10 =

8. 10 – 5 – 5 =

8. 24 + 10 =

9. Share 15 flowers among 5 girls.

9.

flowers each

10. 5 + 6 =

+

+

+

=

, 15, 20,

11. 3 + 7 =

EA

11. Seán has 20 songs on his device. If he divides them equally into 2 playlists, he will have

songs in each playlist.

EL

13. 57, 59, 61, 63 and 65 are odd even numbers. 12. 25 – 5 – 5 – 5 = 14. Draw an oval. 13. Rectangle =

R

oval

E-

square

PR

16. 5 eggs out of a dozen are broken. How many are left? 17. 1 m = 50 cm +

16. Fill in the correct sign (<, > or =).

cm

18. 9 + 6 =

20 – 3

19. Measure the snail’s trail.

17. Double 6.

18. 38 + 10 = 19. There are 14 days in a

cm

.

20. The hour hand on a clock went from 2 to 3.

6

hexagon

15. 2 + 9 =

It took

sides

14. Which 2-D shape has 6 sides?

15. Draw a square between 2 rectangles.

15 + 2

, 30

SE

10. 5,

12. Write two hundred and twenty as a numeral.

5

6. Fill in the correct sign (<, > or =).

, 16, 20, 24

6

3 4

AF T

+

7

2

year.

R

+

12 1

5. There are 366 days in a

D

5.

10 9 8

Week 2

1. Time?

THURSDAY

20. 300 + 50 + 2 =

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FRIDAY REVIEW

Week 2

11 10 9 8

1. Liam brought half of his 30 football cards to school. How many cards did he bring? 2. Liam’s friend, Bill, had double the number of Liam’s cards, but he lost 8.

7

12 1

6

1. Time?

11. 4 + 6 =

2

5

12. 34 – 10 =

3 4

.

or

past 11.

15. Measure the snail’s trail.

AF T

= Tuesday

3. Take 10 eggs from one dozen.

How many pupils will need to wait their turn to play an instrument?

SE

D

4. Share 10 sweets among 5 boys.

2. A music class has 11 violins and 7 flutes. A class of 23 arrives for the lesson.

EA

EL

Each drummer needs a pair of drumsticks to play. How many drummers are there? 1. 24 drumsticks are handed out.

R

1. A violin has 4 strings. 10 new violins were delivered to a music class. How many strings were there in total? 2. Room A has 8 tin whistles and Room B has 4 tin whistles more than Room A. How many tin whistles in total?

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17. 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 +5+5 = minutes

19. Double 9.

5. Days in a leap year?

20. A hexagon has

6. Fill in the correct sign (<, > or =).

21. Write two hundred and forty-seven as a numeral.

26 – 3 , 25

8. Spring,

Thursday

=

= 1 hour

7. 5, 10, 15,

E-

PR

16. 300 + 70 + 6

18.

sweets each

19 + 5

2. 30 drumsticks are handed out.

cm

R

Wednesday

How many are left?

1. A music class has 12 violins and 8 tin whistles. A class of 25 arrives for the lesson.

14. 7 + 6 =

2. 5+5+5+5

How many cards had Bill?

13. How many days in a week?

Week 2

Monday

sides.

22. Draw a rectangle between 2 squares.

, autumn and winter are the four seasons. 9. The music teacher replaced all the strings on 5 violins. How many new strings? 23. Halve 50.

24. 9 – 3 =

10. 7 pairs of shoes

25. 30 – 5 – 5 – 5

=

=

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MONDAY Week 3

past

2:05

.

60

past

10:10

.

2. 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 =

2. In 561, what is the value of the 6? 600

1. The time is

3. 5+6+5+5=

6

3. Circle the units in 73.

4. 21 + 10 =

4. 50 – 10 – 10 =

5. Share 20 cupcakes among 10 girls. How many each?

, 400, 500

HORSE STABLES

6. Share 10 sweets among 10 boys. How many sweets each?

A ‘Neigh’

7. 5+4= 8. Write one hundred and forty-eight as a numeral.

‘Iron shoes’

C

‘Saddle up’

8

12 9

R

Which 2 stables have

6. A total of 21 horses?

and

7. A total of 17 horses?

and

D

9. 10 + 5 + 10 + 5 = 10. Colour the heavier side.

8. What is the total number of horses?

2 kg 5 kg

kg

SE

10 A

B

NUMBER OF HORSES

AF T

5. 100, 200,

Week 3

1. The time is

TUESDAY

9. In 179, what is the value of the 7?

B

700

EA

11. What month was last month?

70

7

10. 40 – 10 – 10 =

EL

11. 50 + 20 =

12. 8 + 5 = 13. 21, 18, 15,

sides

12

16. Measure the snail’s trail.

cm

15. 1 m = 20 cm +

cm

16. What day was yesterday? 17. Measure the snail’s trail.

17. 300 + 300 = 18. 30 cm +

, 32, 36, 40

14. How many faces has a triangular prism?

3 4

PR

13. 20, 24,

E-

15. Which is bigger?

R

14. Hexagon =

, 9, 6, 3

12. What month is next month?

cm

cm = 1 m

19. Take €5.00 from €11.00. €

18. Draw a hexagon.

20. Continue the pattern. 19. 21 – 10 = 20. 400 – 100 = 8

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WEDNESDAY

past

8:20

.

2. Square =

past

5:25

.

2. 130, 150, 170,

sides

, 210

3. 2+4=

3. Halve 6.

4. Share 30 flowers among 10 vases.

4. 11 + 10 =

How many in each vase?

5. 94 – 10 =

5. In 34, what is the value of the 3?

6. In 89, what is the value of the 9? 900

90

AF T

Week 3

1. The time is

Week 3

1. The time is

THURSDAY

300 9

30

6. Draw an oval.

7. 50 – 10 – 10 – 10 = 8. The year is

R

.

7. 5+7=

9. 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 =

D

8. Which number is nearest to 90?

10. Colour the heavier side.

96 18 kg

B

, 31

13. Divide 50c in

5 kg

coins among 10 jars.

Each jar will have

R

c.

E-

PR

16. Tick the 2-D shape that has one or more right angles.

C

m

D

16. Fill in the correct sign (<, > or =). 8

1 2

of 10

19. Double 8.

19. Halve 100.

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18. Double 15.

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cm

17. 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 =

17. 500 + 400 =

20. 25, 35, 45,

13. Tick which would better measure a field.

15. Draw a vertical line.

15. March is before after April.

B

12. 500 – 200 =

p r

i

A

10. Christmas is before after Easter.

14. Name this 3-D shape.

14. Name this 3-D shape. c b

9. 91 – 10 =

11. Write two hundred and seventy-eight as a numeral.

EL

12. 10 – 6 =

88

EA

A

94

SE

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FRIDAY REVIEW

12:20

Week 3

14. Tick the 2-D shape that has one or more right angles.

Week 3

Monday

1. Eva has 8 songs on her device. Erin has 3 fewer songs than Eva.

1. Write the time.

Total songs =

2. Seán has 12 songs on his device. Conor has 10 more songs than Seán.

2. 10 + 10 + 10 =

15. 43 + 10 =

Total songs =

3. Wednesday is before after Tuesday.

16. Tick which you would use to measure the school playground.

700 70 7

A

5. 10, 20,

1. Alex put his chair in the corner greater than a right angle.

EA

8. A hexagon has

EL

.

Wednesday

R

How many wheels have

E-

1. 8 bicycles and 1 tricycle?

PR

2. 6 bicycles and 10 unicycles? Thursday

How much money altogether?

1. Ethan has 3 and 4 €

coins in the other.

and 5

10

sides.

9. Write two hundred and eighty-three as a numeral.

coins in one hand

2

18. Colour the heavier side. A

,

= 30 kg

B = 18 kg

= 5 kg

19. 8 + 4 = 20. 13 – 6 = 21. Draw a hexagon.

10. Share 30 biscuits among 10 teachers. 11. 1 m =

biscuits each 22. What day is tomorrow? cm

12. What day was yesterday? 13. 60 – 10 – 10

.

2. Shay has 4 €

coins in one hand

, 40, 50

7. 20, 24, 28, 36, 40

2. Finn put his chair in the corner with a right angle. It was in corner

17. What is the value of the 2 in 29?

6. 30 + 40 =

.

m

20

SE

It was in corner

cm

D

C

D

C

B

R

4. In 374, what is the value of the 7?

Look at the plan of the classroom.

B

A

AF T

Tuesday

past

=

23. 700 – 200 = 24. Which number is nearest to 100? 98 104

103 97

25. 14 – 4 =

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TUESDAY

Week 4

1. Write the time.

5:10

past

3:25

past

2. Round 17 to the nearest ten.

2. 3,

3. 800 – 300 =

3. 2 + 2 + 2 = 3 × 2 =

4.

+

+

Week 4

1. Write the time.

, 9, 12, 15

4. Colour one pair of parallel sides.

=

5. In 635, what is the place value of the 6? tens

units

6. Last year was the year

AF T

hundreds

.

5. 7+8=

8. 30 +

6. Round 76 to the nearest ten.

= 100

9. 100, 97, 94, 91,

7.

, 85

R

7. €4.00 – €2.00 = €

How long?

p r

8. €1.00 – 50c =

m

D

10. Name this 3-D shape. d

SE

9.

11. 8 + 5 =

EA EL

4 kg

A

14. 1 kg =

equal sides.

16. 4 chocolate bars at 10c each =

PR

c

impossible certain

18. 12 – 3 – 3 =

16. 170, 180, 190,

19. What is the chance of having rain today?

17. Halve 30.

impossible certain

18. Double 13.

possible uncertain

20. What day was yesterday?

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15. What is the chance of having rain, thunder and lightning today?

c

17. What change if 50c was given for the chocolate bars?

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13. Colour the heavier side.

, 12, 15

15. A square has

=

12. 12 – 3 – 3 – 3 =

E-

14. 3, 6,

11. 1, 3, 5, 7,

R

c

10. Share 12 cupcakes among 3 girls. How many each?

12. 80 + 20 = 13. How many groups of 5 balloons can be made using 20 balloons?

+

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2.

11:05

past +

+

+

1. Write the time.

8:20

past

2. 4, 8, 12,

=

, 20

3. 15 – 3 – 3 =

3. €2.00 + €1.50 = €

4. Round 66 to the nearest ten.

4. 6+6=

5. 20 – 3 =

5. 30, 33, 36, 39,

6. Share 15 sweets among 3 boys. How many each?

6. Round 62 to the nearest ten. 7. 1, 3,

, 15

, 45

AF T

7. 3, 6, 9,

Week 4

1. Write the time.

THURSDAY

, 7, 9,

, 13, 15

8. In 294, what is the place value of the 2?

8. What day is tomorrow?

hundreds

tens

units

79

p

10. In 147, what is the place value of the 4? hundreds 11. 1,

tens

units

, 5, 7, 9

ar

m

SE

82

tr

D

9. Which is nearer to 80?

R

9. Name this 3-D shape.

10. 200 + 400 = 11. 1 m = 10 cm +

cm

EA

12. Name this 2-D shape.

12. Name this 3-D shape.

EL

13. of 16 = 1 4

13. Finish drawing the hexagon.

R

14. Which pair of red sides is parallel? A

E-

B

14. 6 + 7 = 15. Share 9 apples among 3 pupils. How many each?

16. 3 + 3 + 3 = 3 × 3 =

16. 18 – 3 – 3 =

17. 10 – 8 =

17. 4 + 4 + 4 = 3 ×

PR

15. 400 + 20 + 7 =

18. €1.00 – 40c =

c

=

18. 10 – 3 =

19. Draw a line to make a semicircle.

19. How long?

cm

20. Colour the heavier side. A

B

20. 100, 95, 90, 12

C

, 80

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FRIDAY REVIEW

Week 4

1. A jar had 1 euro in coins. in A total of

coins and 80c coins.

A total of

Measure.

1. Write the time.

2. A money box had 1 euro in 35c in coins.

14.

10:05

coins and

cm

15. Round 63 to the nearest ten.

past

2. 3+3+3+3

=

16.

Week 4

Monday

3. 15 – 3 – 3 =

coins.

4.

How many rods are needed to make a metre using

AF T

Tuesday

Name this 3-D shape.

Name this 2-D shape.

p

17. 24 – 10 =

R

5. Tick which pair of blue 18. €1.50 + €3.00 = sides is parallel. € A 19. Which is nearer to 70?

D

1. 10-cm rods?

68

SE

2. 20-cm rods?

20. How much for 9 lollipops at 5c each?

EA

B

Wednesday

EL

The total length he ran was

m.

6. 7+8=

1. Ethan ran 3 laps of a 200-m track.

c

21. Tick the hexagon.

7. 3, 6, 9, 12, 18 8. 39, 51

73

, , 45, 48,

9. Share 12 bananas among 3 children.

How many each?

23. €1.00 – 40c =

10. 4 + 4 = 2 ×

11. 18 + 2 =

24. 19 – 9 =

R

The total length she ran was

22. How many groups of 4 balloons can be made using 16 balloons?

E-

2. Jane ran 4 laps of a 150-m track.

PR

m.

Thursday

1. There are 16 marbles in a jar to be shared equally among 4 boys. Each boy will get

marbles.

2. There are 24 balloons to be shared equally among 3 children. Each child will get

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c

12. What day is tomorrow? 25. In 830, what is the place value of the 3? hundreds 13. Fill in the correct tens sign (<, > or =). units 1 1 4 of 16 2 of 16

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, 18, 24, 30, 36

1. 14 hour =

minutes

2. 4 + 4 + 4 = 3 × 4 =

2. 36, 33, 30,

3. 4, 8, 12,

3. Round 27 to the nearest ten.

, 20

, 24, 21

4. 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 = 4 × 4 =

How many each?

5. Buy 5 comics at €2.00 each.

5. 12 – 4 – 4 =

Cost = €

6. Take €7.00 from €12.00. €

6. 6 + 8 =

7. Write four hundred and fourteen as a numeral.

7. 70 cm +

R

Rule = add

How long?

t

cm

p

possible uncertain

12. 600 + 200 =

11. A 2-D six-sided shape is a

.

12. Share 12 books among 4 children.

EL

13. How many blocks to fill the gaps?

R

14. Double 9.

10. 5 + 9 =

EA

impossible certain

r

m

SE

11. What is the chance of your class going to the library today?

D

9. Name this 3-D shape.

10.

E-

15. Tick which would better measure a swimming pool. m

PR

16.

cm = 1 m

8. 2, 5, 8, 11

9. 3 + 8 =

cm

AF T

4. Share 12 apples among 4 hungry horses.

8. 36 – 10 =

Week 5

1. 6,

TUESDAY

Vertical or horizontal?

How many each? 13. €1.00 – 20c =

c

14. €5.00 – €3.50 = € 15. 13 – 7 = 16. How many blocks to fill the gaps? 17. Half of 42 = 18. Complete the pattern.

17. Finish drawing the hexagon. 18. Which is nearer to 120? 117

122

19. 4, 8, 12, 16, 20. 800 + 60 + 2 = 14

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1. 34 hour =

minutes

minutes

2. 5 + 3 =

2. Round 42 to the nearest ten.

3. €10.00 + €4.50 = €

3. 12 – 8 =

4. 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 = 5 × 4 =

4. Write one hundred and ten as a numeral.

5. Colour the heavier side.

5. Share 16 bananas among 4 monkeys.

A

B

10 kg

How many each? 6. €1.00 – 70c =

c

AF T

12 kg

6. 16 – 4 – 4 =

7. 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 = 6 × 4 =

7. Double 44.

8. €10.00 – €5.50 = €

10. 4, 8,

11. 300 + 90 + 4 =

9. 4 + 9 =

12. 30, 60, 90

EL

Rule: add 13. You need

to make €1.

R

14. Write three hundred and twenty-five as a numeral.

PR

E-

Vertical or horizontal?

16. 12, 15,

, 21, 24, 27

17. Name this 3-D shape. sp

13. Draw a circle between 2 semicircles.

EA

11. 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 are odd even numbers.

SE

12. 6 + 8 =

10. 12 + 8 =

, 16, 20

D

R

9. 6 + 4 =

8. Name this 2-D shape.

15.

e

18. How many blocks to fill the gaps?

14. The 21st of July is in which season? 15. In 389, what is the value of the 8? 800

80

16. 1 m = 50 cm +

18. Match. Regular hexagon

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B

Irregular hexagon

19. 39 – 10 =

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cm

Rule: add

19. Is a square a 2-D shape?

20. 700 – 200 =

8

17. 4, 7, 10, 13

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1. 12 hour =

THURSDAY

20. 20 – 4 – 4 =

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Week 5

14. 7 + 8 =

1. 14 hour = minutes

1. Eva has 10 apps on her device. Anna has 4 fewer than Eva.

15. Colour the heavier side.

How many apps does Anna have?

2. 24, 27, 30, 36

3. 4 + 4 + 4 + 4

2. The total of all their apps is

=

Tuesday

1. In 1 hour, 12 pizzas are made. In half an hour, there would be

pizzas made.

A

= 15 kg

6. Round 86 to the nearest ten.

R

D

7. 4, 8,

, 16, 20

8. Tick which you would use to measure a pencil.

EA

1. A chef cut 3 pizzas into halves to be shared equally among 3 customers.

SE

Wednesday

How many halves will each customer get?

cm  

EL

2. A chef cut 3 pizzas into quarters to be shared equally among 4 customers.

R

How many quarters will each customer get?

E-

Thursday

m

9. Name this 3-D shape. c

10. €5.00 – €2.50 = €

How much has he in total?

12. 200 + 700 =

2. James bought a sweet and now he had 30c left.

13. How many blocks are needed to fill the gaps?

PR

1. James has 3 coins in one hand coins in the other. and 4

c

16

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18. 20 cm + =1m

cm

19. Vertical or horizontal? 20. 16 – 8 = A

B

oi

11. Share 16 balloons among 4 people. How many each?

How much did the sweet cost?

= 20 kg

4. Write two hundred and 16. 11, 13, 15, 17 two as a numeral. Rule: add 17. 5. St Patrick’s Day is in How long? what season?

2. In a quarter of an hour, there would be pizzas made.

B

AF T

.

,

Week 5

Monday

21. Match. regular hexagon irregular hexagon

balloons each 22. 3, 6, 9, 12, 15,

blocks

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2.

minutes

1. 12 hour =

+ 7 = 20

minutes

2. Share 40 flowers among 10 vases.

3. €5.00 + €

= €9.00

How many in each vase?

4. Share 12 sweets among 4 boys.

3. 6 +

How many each?

4. Which number is nearer to 200?

5. Clockwise or anticlockwise ?

198

6.

5. 3+3+3+3=

+

=

=9

203

AF T

+

Week 6

1. 1 hour =

TUESDAY

7. Round 94 to the nearest ten.

6. 16 wheels.

8. Tick the month with more days.

How many cars?

September

7. 8 kg

A

3 kg

B

R

9. Colour the heavier side.

+ 9 = 100

8. Name this 3-D shape. s

D

March

p 10. 10, 20,

SE

, 40, 50

9. 1 kg =

11. Share €15.00 among 3 children. €

each

10. 4, 8,

, 16, 20

EA

11. Measure this line.

12. 60, 55, 50, 45,

EL

13. Would you buy flour by the kilogram (kg) or the kilometre (km)?

R

A

E-

14. Which circle is shaded as 14 ?

g

15. 21, 23, 25, 27

cm

41 + 13

13. 8 + 9 = 14. 10 – 3 = 15. Draw a vertical line.

PR

Rule: add

B

12.

16. 17 – 9 = 17. 12 – 6 =

18. Which red lines are parallel? A

B

16. Write two hundred and thirty-two as a numeral. 17. 300 + 5 + 60 = 18. 3, 6, 9, 12,

19. Name this 3-D shape.

19. 9, 7, 5, 3, 1

Rule: subtract

20. 10 is 12 of 3rd Class

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minutes

1. 34 hour =

2. 4+4+4=

minutes

2. 15 – 9 =

3. 333 = 300 +

+3

4. 2, 4, 6,

3. €10.00 – €4.50 = €

, 10, 12

4. 30, 50, 70, 90,

5. Share 12 cakes between 2 girls.

5. 10 +

How many each?

= 14 FAVOURITE FRUITS – 3RD CLASS

6. 110, 105,

AF T

, 95, 90, 85

7. €5.00 + €1.50 = € 8. 500 + 200 =

c each = 1 pupil

12. 24 wheels.

6. How many children were asked?

How many cars?

EA

7. 5+5+5+5=4×5=

= 100

8. 3, 6, 9,

14. Which shape is shaded as 12 ?

EL

B

, 15

9. 32 wheels.

R

A

How many cars? 10. 2, 12, 22 and 32 are odd even numbers. 11. €1.00 – 90c =

E-

15. Clockwise or anticlockwise ?

c

12. Round 101 to the nearest ten. 13. €3.00 + €2.40 = €

Rule: subtract

14. After autumn comes

PR

16. 10, 8, 6, 4, 2

17. 15 is 12 of

500

50

19. Which angles are greater than a right angle? and

20. 11, 9, 7, 5,

18

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15. In 209, what is the value of the 2?

.

200

18. In 258, what is the value of the 5?

banana

apple

SE

11. 1, 11, 21 and 31 are odd even numbers.

13. 2 +

pear

D

10. 16 – 4 – 4 =

R

9. Share 25c among 5 children.

Week 6

1. 14 hour =

THURSDAY

C

2

16. 100 + 70 + 5 =

5 A

20

17. 20, 15, 10, 5

B D

Rule: subtract

18. 25 – 5 – 5 – 5 = 19. 10 + 10 + 10 = 3 × 10 = 20. 25 is 12 of

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FRIDAY REVIEW

Week 6

1. 3 boys have 6 pencils each.

=

How many pencils in total?

2. 15 + 6 =

minutes

How many crayons in total?

AF T

Tuesday

1. Angus downloaded 15 apps over the weekend. He now has 35 apps.

R

How many apps did he have on Friday?

D

How many apps did she have on Friday?

7. In 423, what is the value of the 4?

SE

2. Kate downloaded 25 apps over the weekend. She now has 32 apps.

400 40 4

EA

EL

1. Bill brushes his teeth twice a day.

8. Trace over 2 parallel lines.

20. Clockwise or anticlockwise ?

21. Would you buy sugar by the kilogram (kg) or the kilometre (km)?

9. 12, 9, 6, 3

Rule: subtract

22. Double 15.

How many times in a week?

E-

R

2. Lucy has 5 coins in one hand and the same amount in the other hand.

PR

She has a total of €

Thursday

1. A garden tub has 4 strawberry plants, each with 6 strawberries. How many strawberries? 2. Another tub has 6 strawberry plants, each with 4 strawberries. How many strawberries?

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3. Which number is nearer 16. Share €30.00 among to 200? 3 people. 206   195 € each 4. 16 – 4 – 4 = 17. 9 + 5 = 5. Share among 18. Round 75 to the 4 children. nearest ten. c each. 6. 5 2 19. Colour 14 . + 34

2. 6 girls have 3 crayons each.

Wednesday

14. 5, 8, 11,

1. 34 hour

Week 6

Monday

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A

B

C D 23. Which angles are greater than a right angle?

and

24. After summer comes

.

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.

or

11 10 9 8

to 3.

2. Complete the table.

6

5

2 3 4

1. Time?

.

or

11 10 9 8

to 8.

2. Which number is nearest to 100?

7

17

27

37

112

3

3

3

3

30

40

3. Clockwise or anticlockwise ? 4. A cube has

3. Draw a vertical line.

5. 4+7=

4.

6. 11 + 10 =

How long?

5. Tick the chance of you going to school at the weekend. impossible

possible

certain

6. What time does school start? 7. Tick the 2-D shape that has no right angles. B

9. 30 +

= 100

R

10. In 478, what is the place value of the 7? tens

E-

hundreds

cm

m

9. 6×2=

10. Tick which you would use to measure the length of a witch’s broom. centimetres kilograms

11. Name this 3-D shape.

EL

8. Round 46 to the nearest ten.

106

8. Tick which you would use to measure the length of the school hall.

minutes kilometres

C

units

c 12. Tick the chance of you using a cup today. impossible likely

possible unlikely

13. Share €40.00 among 4 children.

12. 12 + 6 =

PR

11. 80 + 50 =

13. 80 cm +

cm = 1 m

each

14. 700 + 200 =

14. 15 – 8 =

15. 12, 17, 22, 27,

15. 1 × 2 =

16. €4.00 + €6.20 = €

16. 10 ÷ 2 =

17. 4 ÷ 2 =

17. Halve 46.

18. 900 – 600 =

18. 8 × 2 =

19. 2 × 2 =

19. What is the number before 200?

20. Buy 8 pens at €2.00 each.

20. 11, 15, 19, 23,

Cost = €

20

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EA

A

5

2

R

cm

6

1

D

7. 17 – 5 =

7

12

AF T

10

95

SE

+

7

12 1

Week 7

1. Time?

TUESDAY

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.

or

11 10 9 8

to 5.

2. In a 50-m pool, you swam 100 m.

12 1

7

6

5

2 3 4

1. Time?

.

or

11 10 9 8

to 3.

2. 8÷2= 3. In a 50-m pool, you swam 250 m.

3. 8+7=

How many laps?

4. 19 – 10 =

4. 16 ÷ 2 =

5. 21 – 9 =

5. Finish drawing the irregular hexagon.

6. After winter comes

.

7. 10 + 10 = 2 × 10 = 8. 8+

= 12

5

3 4

6. Can a sphere roll?

10. Which number is nearest to 200?

7. 14 ÷ 2 = 210

11. 6 ÷ 2 =

8. 60 cm +

cm = 1 m

SE

204

D

R

9. Write seven hundred and seventy as a numeral.

195

6

2

AF T

How many laps?

7

12 1

Week 7

1. Time?

THURSDAY

9. Name this 3-D shape.

12. 20 ÷ 2 =

EA

13. Name this 3-D shape.

p

R

14. Clockwise or anticlockwise ?

EL

t

13. 11 – 4 =

16. 7 × 2 =

14. 15 – 6 =

PR

17. €3.00 – €1.50 = €

15. €10.00 – €3.50 = €

18. Complete the table.

+

8

18

28

38

2

2

2

2

10

20

19. What time does school finish?

20. Can a cylinder stack?

= 14

17. Continue the pattern. 18. Which number is nearest to 365? 300

500

19. 10 × 2 = 20. 4 × 2 =

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400

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11. 100 + 70 + 3 = 12. 20 + 30 =

E-

15. 3 × 2 =

10. Draw an arrow showing anticlockwise.

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2. The bell rang at 3 o’clock. After a half an hour walk, Flynn was home. The time was around

14. Draw an irregular hexagon.

.

or

to 3.

2. Draw a vertical line.

B

C

4. Draw an arrow showing an anticlockwise direction.

SE

R

EL

1. Declan leaves home at 8.00. It takes him 12 an hour to get to school. This morning, there was a delay of 15 minutes on the road.

2. Use 2, 3, 5 and 7 to make 10 across and down.

5. Cuboid =

E-

PR

cm  

2. Ben and Lisa each wrote down a number. Ben’s number was 135. Lisa’s number was a hundred less, and the next odd number up.

What was Lisa’s number?

m

11. 70 cm + =1m

22. Buy 3 boxes of chocolates at €3.00 each. Cost = € 23. Which number is nearest to 285? 250 300 325

9. What time does school start?

10. 9 +

A = 6 × 4 kg B = 9 × 2 kg

21. 9 × 2 =

7. Tick which you would use to measure a fork.

8. 8+2=

B

20. 12 ÷ 2 =

6. Name this 3-D shape.

1. Draw a line through the triangle to make a smaller triangle and a quadrilateral.

A

faces.

Thursday

17. Double 6.

19. In a 50-m pool, you swam 200 m. How many laps did you swim?

EA

Wednesday

16. 5 × 2 =

18. Colour the heavier side.

D

A

AF T 15. 15 – 9 =

3. Tick the shape with no right angle.

2. Draw a line through the rectangle to make a triangle and a quadrilateral.

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1. Farmer Dave has 5 sheep and 5 hens.

22

6

13. What is the number before 200?

2

.

Tuesday

What time did he get to school?

7

12 1

R

Week 7

1. Use 1, 4, 5 and 9 to make 10 across and down.

11 10 9 8

Week 7

1. Time?

Monday

= 12 cm

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or

11 10 9 8

to 4.

2. 12 – 5 =

12 1

7

5

6

1. Time?

2 3 4

to 11.

4. Name this 3-D shape. o

or

7

12

6

1

5

2 3 4

squares each

3. 2×5=

d

4. 14 – 5 =

5. What time does break start?

5. 19 – 10 =

6. 15 ÷ 5 =

6. 8×5=

7. Treble 2. 8. 125 cm =

11 10 9 8

2. Share 12 squares of chocolate among 6 children.

3. 1×5=

c

.

m

7. 40, 36, 32,

cm

8. 10 ÷ 5 =

, 24, 20

R

9. Draw a triangle inside a hexagon.

AF T

Week 8

.

Week 8

1. Time?

TUESDAY

D

9. 900 – 300 = 10. 11 +

= 16

11. 40 + 80 =

SE

10. Double 5.

12. 142 cm =

11. 9 × 5 =

m

cm

13. How long?

EA

12. 35 ÷ 5 =

13. 4 + 8 =

cm

15. 10 +

= 15

R

16. 25, 45, 65,

EL

14. 10 × 5 =

14. 28 + 10 =

17. Tick the chance of you sweeping a floor today.

16. What time does break finish? 17. Colour-code the answers to match.

E-

PR

impossible certain

15. Name this 2-D shape.

possible uncertain

7 9

18. Tick which would best measure your weight. grams kilograms

tonnes centimetres

19. Round 143 to the nearest ten. 20. Tick the pyramid.

× 4 = 36

24

28

6 18. In 395, what is the value of the 5? 500

50

5

19. Draw a horizontal line.

20. This is an irregular 3rd Class

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.

or

11 10 9 8

to 2.

2. 20 ÷ 5 =

7

12 1

6

5

1. Time?

2

.

or

3 4

11 10 9 8

to 5.

2. 6×5=

3. Tick which would best measure your height.

3. 5÷5=

kilograms kilometres

4. 31 + 10 =

centimetres

12 1

7

6

5

2 3 4

Week 8

1. Time?

THURSDAY

5. A square-based pyramid

4. 200 + 600 =

has

5. Colour .

6. 25 ÷ 5 =

faces.

AF T

1 4

7. Name this 3-D shape 6. Tick the triangular prism.

c 8. 6–3=

m

9. 40 ÷ 5 =

D

7. 154 cm =

R

d

cm

10. Which is nearest to 120?

SE

8. What time does lunch break start?

130

121

11. 5 × 5 =

12. €12.00 – €2.50 = €

EA

9. Is coffee sold by the gram or by the centimetre?

13. Is milk sold in litres or metres?

10. 12 – 4 =

EL

11. Colour-code the answers to match. 8

× 3 = 33

E-

11 12. Name this 3-D shape.

PR

13. 12 +

21

R

7

118

= 18

24

14. Colour-code the answers to match. 9 10

× 6 = 30

15. 9 + 6 = 16. 50 + 70 = 17. Treble 5.

15. Write eight hundred and eighty-eight as a numeral.

18. Clockwise or anticlockwise ?

16. 6 + 7 =

19. What time does lunch break finish?

18. 21, 24,

, 30, 33

19. 19 – 4 =

60

5

14. 3 × 5 =

17. 140 – 40 =

54

20. Which comes first? St Stephen’s Day

St Patrick’s Day

20. 60 + 30 + 30 = 24

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LIBRARY BOOKS BORROWED – APRIL

100 80

1. Time?

60

40 20

Monday

2. The difference between these two

EL

Wednesday

Complete the patterns.

R EThursday

PR

1. Rotate the arms of the straight line 14 turn clockwise. A

A

D

C

B

2. Rotate the arms of the right angle turn anticlockwise. 1 4

A

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B C

80

8

R

17. Name this shape.

10 cm p r

i

18. Which is larger? 306

360

7. Name this 3-D shape.

19. €10.00 – €2.50 =

20. 30 ÷ 5 =

8. 400 + 70 + 6 =

21. Colour 14 .

9. Round 95 to the nearest ten.

22. 8 + 7 =

10. Name this 2-D shape.

23. 7 × 5 = 24. Colour-code the answers to match.

11. What time does break start?

8

12. 24, 28, 40

× 4

, 36,

13. Write three hundred and fifty-one as a numeral.

11 9

C

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EA

times more than the 2 lowest borrowing classes.

3rd Class

St Stephen’s Day Christmas Day

D

2. The 2 highest borrowing classes borrowed

C

800

SE

books.

15. In 845, what is the value of the 8?

3. Which comes first?

6. 4×5=

1. In total, the 4 classes borrowed the sum of

B

m

cm

1 m   5. 11 – 5 =

Tuesday

D

a hexagon. an oval. a semicircle.

to 3.

4. Which is longer?

books.

B

5

AF T

most =

D

6

3 4

.

least =

2.

7

14. This is

2

2. 134 cm =

1. Which classes borrowed the least and the most books?

1.

10 9 8

or

1st CLASS 2nd CLASS 3rd CLASS 4th CLASS

classes is

12 1

11

120

Week 8

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= 44

32

36

25. Halve 30.

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MONDAY Week 9

to

8:35

2. 1 × 10 =

1.

to

3. Can a cone roll in a straight line?

3. 3 × 10 =

4. What time does lunch break start?

4. 8 × 10 = 5. 91 – 10 =

= 15

6.

6. Colour of these circles. 1 4

+

= 296

7. Which pair of blue lines is parallel? A

B

8. Name this 3-D shape. m

p

cm

8. 5 + 8 =

3

D

9. Colour-code the answers to match.

9. 200 – 100 – 10 – 10 – 5 =

SE

7

10. 400 + 500 =

× 3 = 21

27

9

9

11. 7 + 9 = , 250

13. €8.30 + €5.00 = €

EL

14. 30 ÷ 10 = 15. 300, 350, 400,

, 500

R

16. Colour-code the answers to match. 3

10. What time does lunch break finish?

EA

12. 50, 100, 150,

× 4 = 36

28

E-

7

R

7. 235 cm =

9

+

AF T

5. 7 +

10:50

2. 80 + 60 =

Week 9

1.

TUESDAY

PR

17. Round 16 to the nearest ten.

11. Tick which would best measure the weight of a fridge. kilograms 12. 459 cm =

kilometres m

grams cm

13. In 794, what is the value of the 9? 12

900

90

9

14. Double 19.

18. Name this 2-D shape.

15. What change from

19. Draw a hexagon with a triangle inside it.

16. 40 ÷ 10 =

for

€1.25?

c

17. 900 – 400 = 18. 6 + 5 = 19. Name this 3-D shape. c

20. Write six hundred and sixteen as a numeral. 26

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2:40

2. 50 ÷ 10 =

1.

to

12:55

2. 5 × 10 = 3. 7 × 10 =

3. 70 ÷ 10 = 4. A cuboid has

4. 20 ÷ 10 =

edges.

5. 4, 9, 14, 19,

5. The season following winter is autumn spring .

6. 9 × 10 =

AF T

7. This is an irregular

6. 4 × 10 =

7. €10.00 – €1.50 = €

.

8. Round 239 to the nearest ten.

8. 12 – 7 =

9. Write 12 or 14 beside the matching shape.

9. Colour 14 of these circles.

D

R

Week 9

to

Week 9

1.

THURSDAY

SE

10. 6, 12, 18,

11. 400, 350, 300, 250,

10. 921 cm = 11. 12 +

cm

12. Can a cone roll straight?

EA

m = 20

13. Draw a vertical line.

EL

12. 14 of 100 = 13. 6 × 10 =

15. €1.00 – 60c =

R

14. 8 + 9 =

c

14. A cube has 15. 14 +

16. 11 – 8 =

PR

E-

16. Share €36.00 among 4 teachers. each

17. A triangular prism has

faces.

18. 40 + 90 =

edges. = 19

17. 13 – 4 = 18. Is paint sold in litres or metres? 19. Draw dots equalling 4 groups of 3.

19. 11 – 6 = 20. A cube has corners (vertices).

20. Add ten minutes to Question 1.

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FRIDAY REVIEW

Week 9

3:50

Complete the patterns.

1.

1.

2.

2. Tick which blue lines are parallel.

to

11. 255 cm =

m

cm

12. 59 – 10 = 13. 200, 250, 300, 350, 400

A

Rule: add 14.

B

+ 30 +

= 336

AF T

Tuesday

Week 9

Monday

15. 600 + 300 = 16. 3, 8, 13,

3. How long?

4. Which number is nearest to 107?

What date is she going?

110 100 90

What day is his birthday?

EA

R

EL

1. Use 1, 4, 5 and 6 to make 10 across and down.

PR

E-

2. Use 6, 4, 3 and 1 to make 10 across and down.

Thursday

Look at the plan of a classroom. Find the corner. C

2. Ethan stacked his chair on the left-side corner with an angle less than a right angle.

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22. Cuboid = corners (vertices) 23. 900 – 700 =

= 20

24. Add 10 minutes to the time in Question 1.

8. The weight of a fully packed school bag can be measured in

:

kilometres. kilograms. tonnes.

25. Colour-code the answers to match. 9

9. What change from

1. Conor stacked his chair in the corner greater than a right angle.

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21. 60 ÷ 10 =

6. 80 + 90 =

B

for

each

20. There are edges on a cube.

hundreds tens units

7. 14 +

5. In 382, what is the place value of the 3?

Wednesday

18. €10.00 – €3.50 =

19. Share €35.00 among 5 teachers.

SE

2. David’s birthday is the 3rd of May.

28

D

1. The date is 9/4. Jessica is going on holiday in a fortnight and three days.

A

17. 15 – 9 =

R

cm

, 23

10

€1.45?

× 3

c

= 30

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3:40

Week 10

to

2. 2×2=

1.

5:55

to

2. 4×2=

3. 7+4=

3. 7×5=

4. 7–5=

4. Colour-code the answers to match.

Week 10

1.

TUESDAY

20

5. This is a

18

triangular prism. square-based pyramid.

÷ 2 =

7

9

10

5. 5 × 10 =

6. Colour-code the answers to match.

AF T

14

6. Tick the chance of you singing a song this week.

21 ÷ 3 =

18

5

6

7

7. Complete the table. 19

29

39

285

5

5

5

5

309

8. 7+7=

44

9. 20 ÷ 5 =

EA

10. 15 – 9 = 11. 14 – 7 =

9. 9×5=

EL

10. 300 + 200 =

R

11. 40 – 10 =

m

E-

13. 365 cm =

D

9

= 14

12. 3 × 10 =

certain

7. Tick the number nearer to 300.

14 8. 8+

unlikely

SE

+

likely

R

15

impossible

14. 30 cm +

12. 3, 7, 12, 18, 13. How many corners (vertices)? 14. €5.50 – €5.00 =

cm

15. 2 ×

PR

=1m

c

= 14

16. Clockwise or anticlockwise ?

15. Round 143 to the nearest ten.

16. 20 ÷ 2 =

17. How many edges has this 3-D shape?

17. 30 ÷ 5 =

18. The date is 12.4 or 12/04.

18. 8 × 10 =

What month is it?

19.

+ 70 +

20. 10, 14, 18, 22, 26

= 378

19. 563 cm =

m

cm

20. 80 + 30 =

Rule: add 3rd Class

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WEDNESDAY Week 10

to

3:40

2. 5×5=

1.

to

11:35

2. 14 ÷ 2 = 3. 80 ÷ 10 =

4. 10 × 10 =

4. 100 + 85 =

5. 16 – 9 =

5. 2+9=

6. 13 – 9 =

6. Tick the shape that has no right angles.

7. Draw a triangle inside a regular hexagon.

A B C

AF T

3. 6×2=

Week 10

1.

THURSDAY

7. A bus left at 8.30 and arrived at its next stop at 8.45. 8. Colour-code the answers to match.

8. 962 cm =

32 6

4

SE

9. 8+6=

10. Prism or pyramid ?

10. The date is 9.12 or 09/12.

11. 12 – 6 =

EA

What month is it?

12. 10 ÷ 5 =

11. 500 + 400 =

13. 8 × 2 =

EL

12. Round 129 to the nearest ten. 13. 18, 17, 16, 15

R

Rule: subtract

corners (vertices).

17. Colour-code the answers to match.

PR

16. Find and label 14 or 12 .

9

× 3 =

3

18. A bus left at 9.10 and arrived at its next stop 20 minutes later. The time is now

. m

0

3

9

24

27

0

= 19

19. 742 cm =

15. 7 × 10 =

15. €10.00 – €8.50 = €

14. 3 × 5 =

16. A triangular prism has

E-

14. 16 ÷ 2 =

17. 12 +

cm

9. Round 72 to the nearest ten.

8

24

m

D

÷ 4 =

16

R

How long was the journey?

18. 21, 19. A cube has

cm

, 27, 30, 33

20. 14 +

faces. = 22

20. Seven cyclists need new tyres for their bikes. How many tyres are needed? 30

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FRIDAY REVIEW

Monday NUMBER OF HORSES

40

B

‘Iron shoes’

5

C

‘Saddle up’

14

1.

to

2. ‘Saddle up’ has doubled its number from the previous month. How many horses had it then?

3. 40 cm + =1m 4. A bus left at 5.30 and arrived at its next stop at 5.55.

17. How many edges?

faces.

6. Find and label 14 or 12 .

EL

1. The dog kennel had a lot of dogs. The owner counted 48 dog legs. How many dogs were there?

E-

R

2. Rita had €2. She bought a pear for 70c and a banana for 60c.

PR

c

Thursday 3.00

Stop 1

3.10

Stop 2

3.20

Stop 3

3.25

1. The bus arrives at Stop 4 a 14 of an hour after leaving Stop 3. Write the time for Stop 4.

7. Write five hundred and twenty-nine as a numeral.

20. Clockwise or anticlockwise ?

8. Round 127 to the nearest ten.

21. €5.00 + €8.50 = €

10. The date is 17/1. What month is it?

2. Leaving Wexford and arriving at Stop 4 takes

12. 7 ×

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22. 9 × 10 =

9. 1×5=

11. 12 ÷ 2 =

minutes.

18. 8 + 6 = 19. 14 – 9 =

BUS TIMETABLE

Leave Wexford

16. 200 + 700 =

5. A triangular prism has

EA

2.

What change did she get?

Rule: subtract

minutes.

SE

1.

Wednesday

15. 24, 20, 16, 12

D

Complete the patterns.

cm

cm

How long did the journey take?

Tuesday

14. Colour a semicircle.

2. 10 × 2 =

1. Which stable has 8 times more horses than ‘Iron shoes’?

m

AF T

A ‘Neigh’

13. 553 cm =

R

HORSE STABLES

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