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Maths homework that’s too good for the dog! (Book 2) Published by Prim-Ed Publishing 2008 Reprinted under licence by Prim-Ed Publishing 2008 Copyright© Jan Bobin/Tanya Kirkright 2007 ISBN 978-1-84654-146-9 PR–6498

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Foreword Maths homework that’s too good for the dog! is a new and exciting four-book homework series. With each book containing 40 homework sheets, teachers have their weekly homework for the whole school year! Integrated easily into any primary maths programme, Maths homework that’s too good for the dog! will complement the ongoing learning in the classroom and allow pupils to reinforce and consolidate essential mathematic concepts at home. As each homework sheet follows a similar format, pupils and parents will quickly become familiar and comfortable with what is being asked.

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Each sheet begins with a motivational starter activity which will engage pupils in their homework and challenge them to think creatively. This is followed by age-appropriate maths activities from the five main areas of mathematics—Number, Shape, Measurement, Data and Working mathematically. Each sheet finishes with a challenge activity to be completed on the back of the page. Teachers can use this activity to cater for the varying abilities in the classroom by only assigning it to particular groups, or asking the whole class to complete it. These activities provoke pupils to apply their knowledge and extend their thinking.

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Pupils are asked to self-evaluate their understanding of the homework tasks by colouring a face on a ‘happy to sad’ scale. Teachers can use this information for assessment and future planning.

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As Maths homework that’s too good for the dog! also includes an individual pupil record sheet, detailed answers, an overview of the mathematical content for each activity and curriculum links, teachers have a complete homework package with this series.

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Book 1 Book 2 Book 3 Book 4

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Thank you to staff and pupils at Watsonia Heights Primary School for trialling these sheets.

Contents Teachers notes................................................. ii – iii Overview of mathematical content..................... iv – v Homework record sheets................................. vi – vii Curriculum links................................................viii–ix Homework sheets 1–40.................................... 1–40 Answers........................................................ 41– 44

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Maths homework that’s too good for the dog! is a new four-book series of homework sheets. With forty worksheets—one for each week of the school year—teachers have a complete homework package. The activities chosen for each homework sheet cover a range of mathematic topics taken from the five main areas of maths—Number, Measurement, Shape, Data and Working mathematically. Also included are creative thinking activities to engage pupils in the homework tasks and challenge activities to extend their thinking. Each homework sheet follows a similar format, so pupils and parents will quickly become familiar with them and know what is expected. Each sheet contains the following features:

Pupil page

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So teachers and pupils can keep track of the activities completed, all sheets from 1 to 40 are clearly numbered. Pupils can copy the worksheet number and other information, such as their self-evaluation data, on the record sheets on pages vi – vii.

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Starter activity

Each homework sheet begins with a creative thinking activity to engage pupils. This activity can be from any curriculum area, including Art and design, Literacy or Mathematics. The worksheets have been written to engage the pupils in their homework and to encourage them to think creatively.

Mathematics activities The activities are from the five main areas of Mathematics and have been designed to reinforce and further consolidate classroom learning.

Self-evaluation

Challenge Each homework sheet ends with a challenge task. Teachers may choose to set this question for the whole class or, to cater for different levels of ability, ask particular groups of pupils to attempt it. These questions have been designed to encourage pupils to apply their knowledge and extend their thinking, and may be from curriculum areas such as Literacy, Art and design, Health or Mathematics.

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Pupils have the opportunity to assess their efforts and understanding by completing the self-evaluation faces. Pupils then transfer their self-evaluation score to the record sheets on pages vi – vii. Teachers can also keep a record of this information for future planning and assessment.

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Along with the forty homework sheets, Maths homework that’s too good for the dog! includes:

Overview of mathematical content grid The overview of mathematical content grid on pages iv – v displays the main mathematical content for each of the forty homework sheets. Teachers can use this chart when programming, allocating a homework sheet for each week of the term.

Homework record sheet

The number of the homework sheet and the area of mathematics covered are included in the grid.

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The homework sheets can be used in any order, allowing teachers to choose a sheet that corresponds with the maths learning occurring in the classroom at the time.

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The homework record sheet allows pupils and teachers to record when homework is distributed and the date of completion. Pupils and/or teachers can record the pupil’s individual self-evaluation score on the sheet. Teachers can review the homework and record their own assessment of the pupil’s understanding and/or efforts by completing a teacher evaluation score and recording this on the sheet also. Parents are made aware of how regularly the pupil is completing homework and, also, his or her understanding of the work when signing the record sheet.

Curriculum links Curriculum links for the mathematical content in the books are located on pages viii–ix. Answers Where appropriate, answers have been included on pages 41 to 44.

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Number sentences Using a calculator Problems Grouping


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Number sentences Using a calculator Problems Grouping


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Curriculum links England – Maths Level Year 2

Objectives • read and write two-digit and three-digit numbers in figures and words • order two-digit numbers • recognise multiples of 2, 5 and 10 • visualise common 2-D shapes and 3-D solids • recognise odd and even numbers

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• derive and recall doubles of all numbers to 20 • derive and recall all addition and subtraction facts for each number to at least 16–19, 37, 40 10 • calculate the value of an unknown number in a number sentence 16–19, 40

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• explain what each digit in a two-digit number represents • partition two-digit numbers in different ways

• represent data as block graphs or pictograms

• identify reflective symmetry and draw lines of symmetry • use units of time • read time to the quarter hour

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• represent sharing as division • derive and recall multiplication facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times-tables and the related division facts • compare lengths

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8 10 name 2-D and 3-D shapes 12–13 understand the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division 15–19, 34–35, 37, 40 know addition and subtraction facts to 20 15–19, 37, 40 understand the use of a symbol to stand for an unknown number 16–19, 40 understand that the place of the digit indicates its value 20–23 discuss and interpret data and extract information from a range of charts 26–27 recognise reflective symmetry 28 recognise times on the analogue clock 29 know the days of the week and the months of the year 30 use prepositions to state position 31–32 recognise coins and use them in simple contexts 33 use the language associated with length and area 38–39

• copy and continue repeating patterns • • • • • • • • • • • •

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Curriculum links Scotland – Maths and Numeracy • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Pages explore number patterns and continue simple number sequences 6–8, 14 continue more involved repeating patterns 10 name 2-D and 3-D shapes 12–13 use addition, subtraction, multiplication and division 15–19, 34–35, 37, 40 find value of symbols used to replace a number in a number statement 16–19, 40 know the link between a digit, its place and its value 20–23 answer questions about data presented in a variety of ways 26–27 explore symmetry and recognise symmetrical pictures and shapes 28 tell the time using 12-hour clocks 29 use a calendar 30 use words associated with direction 31–32 use money to pay for items and work out how much change I should receive 33 use vocabulary to describe the likelihood of events occurring 36

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• recognise reflective symmetry • read times on analogue clocks • know and use the conventional way to record money • use everyday language for early ideas of probability • know that the likelihood of an event lies between impossible and certain

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1 Name:

Due day:

Did you remember your coat?

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1. Draw yourself on the first day of school. What did you take with you?

2. Draw a line to match the numbers to the words.

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3. How did you do? Colour a face.

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2 Name:

Due day:

1. I have a lunch box with a healthy sandwich. Draw what is in your sandwich. Label your picture.

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2. Count the items in the groups and write the number in the box. (a)

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3. (a) Colour the stars yellow.

(b) Colour the arrows green.

(c) Colour the circles red.

4. How did you do? Colour a face.

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3 Name:

Due day:

1. I had a balloon. It was red. One day it popped! What could make it do that? Draw or write about it.

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2. Count the items in the groups and write the number in the box. (a)

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3. Draw 18 dots in this rectangle. 4. How did you do? Colour a face.

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4 Name:

Due day:

1. Why would a fish be a good class pet?

Give two reasons why.

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(a) how many stars..............

(b) how many moons..................

(c) how many triangles.......

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(b) Colour the moons green.

4. Draw 15 crosses.

5. How did you do? Colour a face.

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5 Name:

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• ten eyes

• three feet

• a long tail

• two arms

• six fingers.

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3. How did you do? Colour a face.

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1. Draw five things that you see in your house with numbers written on them.

(a) 1, 2, 3, 4,

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4. How did you do? Colour a face. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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7 Name:

Due day:

1. What am I? • I have a trunk.

• I am tall.

• I have leaves.

• I have roots.

What am I? I am a

. Draw me.

2. Follow the instructions.

Ordinal numbers

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• Colour the last face green.

• Colour the first face red.

• Circle the fifth (5th) face.

• Draw a hat on the eighth (8th) face. • Give the sixth face a body.

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• Draw hair on the second face.

3. Match the number to the word.

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second third

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4. How did you do? Colour a face.

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8 Name:

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1. Think of a new, healthy item of food for our school dinners. Draw it and write a sentence about why it is healthy.

(c) Colour blue the numbers you count by fives (5).

3. How did you do? Colour a face.

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9 Name:

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1. Design a clapping pattern to show to your class. Describe it.

2. Put the numbers in the correct order from smallest to largest.

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How did you do? Colour a face.

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10 Name:

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1. Continue the pattern.

2. Put the numbers in the correct order from largest to smallest.

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3. How did you do? Colour a face.

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11 Name:

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2. Write the number in figures.

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1. Decorate this word with patterns that make them look like sweets.

(a) twelve..................................................

(b) fifteen.............................

(c) thirty-one............................................

(d) nine.................................

(e) twenty-two..........................................

(f) eleven............................

(g) two hundred and forty.......

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3. How did you do? Colour a face.

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12 Name:

Due day:

1. What am I?

• I fly in the sky.

• I have wings.

• I have seats.

• I have an engine.

What am I? I am an

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kite shape

diamond

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3. How did you do? Colour a face.

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13 Name:

Due day:

1. What am I?

• I have long ears.

• I have a fluffy tail.

• I can hop.

• I like to eat carrots.

What am I? I am a

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3. (a) What shape is a basketball?

(b) Which shape could you buy ice-cream in?

4. How did you do? Colour a face.

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14 Name:

Due day:

1. What am I? • I can be lots of different colours.

• I have a stem.

• I can have leaves.

• I drink water.

• I go in a vase.

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3. Circle the odd numbers.

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9, 27,

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4. How did you do? Colour a face.

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15 Name:

Due day:

1. What am I? • I am wet.

• There is a lot of me.

• I have waves.

• Some people like to swim in me.

What am I? I am a

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(a) 1 + 1 =

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(d) 4 + 4 =

(e) 5 + 5 =

(f) 6 + 6 =

(g) 10 + 10 =

(h) 12 + 12 =

(i) 15 + 15 =

(j) 13 + 13 =

(k) 20 + 20 =

4. How did you do? Colour a face.

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16 Name:

Due day:

1. What am I? • I can be big or small.

• You can put things inside me.

• I can be made of cardboard.

• I can be cube-shaped.

What am I? I am a

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2. Write the answers to these number sentences. (a) 4 + 3 =

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(c) 5 + 6 = (f) 8 + 0 =

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3. Complete these number sentences. = 10 = 17

4. Try these questions.

(a) 10 + 3 + 2 =

(b) 14 + 7 + 4 =

(c) 20 + 5 + 2 =

(d) 30 + 7 + 4 =

5. How did you do? Colour a face.

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1. Draw a circle inside a rectangle. Draw a triangle on the right side of the rectangle. Draw a star above the rectangle.

Cardinal numbers (a) 14 + 13 =

(d) 23 + 0 =

(b) 22 + 4 =

(c) 15 + 7 =

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(f) 13 +

= 22

4. Try these questions.

(a) 23 + 5 + 3 =

(b) 7 + 30 + 3 =

(c) 10 + 13 + 13 =

(d) 12 + 4 + 4 + 4 =

5. How did you do? Colour a face.

... write three number sentences that equal 20. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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18 Name:

Due day:

1. Put these words into alphabetical order. boat

apple

frog

car

eggs

ham

zoo

pool

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Number sentences

2. Write the answers to these number sentences. (a) 8 – 6 =

(b) 10 – 2 =

(c) 3 – 1 =

(d) 8 – 3 =

(e) 10 – 9 =

(f) 7 – 5 =

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(a) 5 –

= 4

(d) 15 –

= 10

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3. Complete these number sentences. (b) 10 –

= 2

(c) 8 –

(e) 11 –

= 4

(f) 13 –

=3 =2

4. Try these questions.

(a) 17 – 5 =

(c) 22 – 11 =

(b) 18 – 6 =

5. How did you do? Colour a face.

... write a number sentence about Freddy the frog. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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19 Name:

Due day:

1. Fill in the missing letters. ABC

EF

JKL S

N

U

P

XYZ

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2. Complete these number sentences.

pl e

Number sentences (a) 18 – 6 =

(b) 22 – 2 =

(c) 31 – 5 =

(d) 80 – 2 =

(e) 100 – 9 =

(f) 12 – 11 =

in g

3. Complete these number sentences.

(d) 15 –

= 14

(b) 100 –

= 90 (c) 88 –

=0

= 1

(e) 100 –

= 98 (f) 21 –

= 11

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(a) 25 –

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4. Try these questions.

(a) 55 – 6 =

(c) 207 – 107 =

(b) 127 – 25 =

5. How did you do? Colour a face.

... write five things you find on a computer keyboard. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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20 Name:

Due day:

1. Write a word that begins with each letter.

A

C

P

F

D

W

2. Circle the number in the tens place. (a)

56

(e) 110

(b)

33

(c)

27

(d)

89

(g)

46

(h)

104

Sa m

pl e

Place value

(f) 234

7

(e) 134

15

(c)

43

(d)

87

(f)

12

(g)

34

(h)

423

(b)

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3. Circle the number in the ones (or units) place.

4. Circle the number in the hundreds place.

(a) 321

(b) 300

(c) 420

(d) 123

(e) 107

(f) 508

(g) 900

(h) 1987

5. Circle the tens place. 4327 6. How did you do? Colour a face.

... write a number that has 7 ones, 2 hundreds and 4 tens. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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21 Name:

Due day:

1. Draw ten things that are yellow.

Hundreds

2

1

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7

Ones

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67 403

Tens

in g

21

Place value

Sa m

2. Complete the table.

pl e

3. Create your own bookmark in the rectangle.

131 523

4

6

1

7

8

4. How did you do? Colour a face.

... write five different numbers that have a 9 in the tens place. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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22 Name:

Due day:

1. Decorate this word with a bee-like pattern.

... draw the number 13 in blocks.

pl e

2. Shade in the blocks to show each number. Tens

Ones

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Hundreds

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147

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in g

24

3. What number has been shaded?

4. How did you do? Colour a face.

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23 Name:

Due day:

1. Write the word or number.

(a)

(d) 7

ten

(b)

fifteen

(e) 5

(c)

six

(f) 2

2. Draw each number as hundreds, tens and ones. Tens

Ones

pl e

Hundreds

Sa m

31

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52

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in g

103

80

3. What number is shown here?

4. How did you do? Colour a face. ... draw six shapes and label each of them. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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24 Name:

Due day:

Sa m

pl e

1. List ten things that are made of wood.

in g

2. Write the numbers as words. (a) 19

(b) 28

(c) 40

(d) 6

(e) 150

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3. How did you do? Colour a face.

... write ten words that have ‘in’ in them.

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25 Name:

Due day:

1. Decorate this word with patterns that make the letters look like trees.

pl e

2. Numbers quiz!

(a) Write a number with a five in the tens place..........................

(b) Write three even numbers....................

(c) Write two odd numbers...........................................

(d) What number is your lucky number?.......................................

(e) How many pupils are in your class?.........................................

(f) How many computers are in your class?................................

(g) Write the number that is 2 less than 8......................................

(h) Write a number that has hundreds and ones, but a zero in the tens place.................

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3. How did you do? Colour a face.

... draw two fruits that have seeds in them. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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26 Name:

Due day:

1. Why would a tiger not be a good pet? Give three reasons.

Graphs

2. This is a bar graph. Read this graph and answer the questions.

Sa m

Class 2 pets

(a) What is this graph about?

pl e

(b) How many dogs are kept as pets?

Birds

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Cats

Fish

Tigers Dogs

(c) How many tigers are kept as pets?

(d) How many birds are kept as pets?

(e) The same number of birds and pets.

are kept as

(f) How many children are in the class if they all have one pet?

(g) How many more cats than fish are there?

3. How did you do? Colour a face.

... write the names of eight different types of pets. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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27 Name:

Due day:

1. Can you balance on one leg? Start on your left leg and count to 20. Now try the other leg. Count to 20.

Which one was easier?............................

2. This is a picture graph. Can you read this graph and answer the questions?

Teachers’ cars

(a) What is this graph about?

pl e

Graphs

(b) How many teachers have a silver car?

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Red

Silver

Blue

White

(c) How many teachers have a white car?

Black

(d) How many teachers have a red car?

(e) How many teachers are in the school if they all have one car?

(f) How many more teachers have a black car than a blue car?

3. How did you do? Colour a face.

... draw a car and colour it in your favourite colour. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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28 Name:

Due day:

1. Decorate the butterfly with the same pattern on each wing.

Symmetry

(c)

(d)

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2. Draw a line to show symmetry in each picture.

3. Complete the picture to make both sides look the same.

(a)

(b)

(c)

4. How did you do? Colour in a face.

... draw a traffic light and write what each colour stands for. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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29 Name:

Due day:

Time

pl e

1. Why do we use clocks?

3.00 (e)

(c)

1.30

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(a)

(f)

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2. Draw the correct time on each clock face.

quarter past 5

4.30

(d)

6.15 (g)

Half past 2 (h)

7 o’clock

ten past 9

3. How did you do? Colour a face.

... count the number of clocks in your house and write the amount. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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30 Name:

Due day:

1. Write the days of the week in order.

S

M

W

T

S

T

F

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

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Monday

pl e

2. Draw something that happens at school on each of these days.

ew

3. (a) Use a calendar and write these months in order. January March April November October September

June December February July August

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JANUARY 2007 7 14 21 28

1 8 15 22 29

2 9 16 23 30

3 10 17 24 31

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

(b) Which month is missing from the list?

4. How did you do? Colour a face.

... write how many days are in a month and in a week. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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31 Name:

Due day:

1. What do we use maps for? 2. This is a treasure map. It is missing some things. Help finish the map.

in g

Sa m

pl e

Treasure map!

• Draw a volcano in the centre of One-tree Island.

• Draw a raft on the right side of Four-tree Island.

• Draw a camp fire next to the hut.

• Which island has the larger area?

• What do you think the cross means on this map?

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3. How did you do? Colour a face.

... draw a map of your bedroom. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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32 Name:

Due day:

1. Do you know a way to remember left and right? 2. Follow the instructions to complete Kris’s Kitchen.

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Sa m

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Kris’s kitchen

• Draw clothes and hair for Kris.

• Kris has two blocks of cheese in the fridge. Draw six eggs on the shelf under the cheese.

• Draw a rubbish bin next to the recycling bin.

• Draw two plastic bottles in the recycling bin.

• Draw a cat below the soup tin.

• Draw a fruit bowl on top of the fridge.

• Draw a table in the middle of the kitchen.

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3. How did you do? Colour a face.

... draw and write an emergency plan to get out of your house if there was a fire. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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33 Name:

Due day:

pl e

1. What colour is the 10p coin? Colour each coin the correct colour(s).

(a)

10p (b)

(c)

20p

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10p

10p

10p

Total cost:

15p

15p

Total cost:

10p

5p

Total cost:

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Sa m

2. Add up the cost of the cans in each row.

3. Your mum gave you 50p to spend and you bought a cake that cost 20p.

How much change do you have?

4. How did you do? Colour a face.

... draw or make rubbings of four different coins. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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34 Name:

Due day:

1. Write the alphabet in your best handwriting.

Division and grouping (b) Put them into groups of three.

How many groups?

Sa m

pl e

2. (a) How many stars?

3. (a) How many boxes?

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(b) Put them into groups of two.

How many groups?

(b) Put them into groups of five.

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4. (a) How many hearts?

How many groups? 5. (a) How many faces?

(b) Put them into groups of two.

How many groups?

6. How did you do? Colour a face.

... draw six groups of two apples. How many apples are there altogether? Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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35 Name:

Due day:

1. Draw a clock face and write the numbers 1 to 12 in the correct places.

... write your five times tables.

Division and grouping (b) Put them into groups of three.

How many groups?

(c) 3 groups of 3 moons = 3x3=

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2. (a) How many moons?

3. (a) How many diamonds?

(b) Put them into groups of four.

How many groups?

(c)

groups of diamonds = 12 3x4=

4. (a) How many arrows?

(b) Put them into groups of two.

How many groups?

(c)

groups of arrows =

x

=6

5. How did you do? Colour a face. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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36 Name:

Due day:

1. I have ten dogs and four cats in my family! How many legs altogether?.................................

Chance

2. Circle the ‘chance’ word which you think matches the statement.

(b) It is going to rain tomorrow. certain

likely

unlikely

impossible

pl e

unlikely

impossible

Sa m

likely

(c) I will have a drink tomorrow. certain

likely

unlikely

impossible

(d) I will never go to school again!

in g

certain

likely

unlikely

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(a) This week my family will get a new car.

certain

unlikely

impossible

(e) My teacher will let us play this week. certain

likely

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impossible

(f) I will travel to the moon on Tuesday. certain

likely

unlikely

impossible

3. Write a statement that matches these ‘chance’ words.

(a) impossible

(b) certain

4. How did you do? Colour a face.

... write two ‘likely’ statements. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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37 Name:

Due day:

1. Do you know your phone number?..................... Say the number to an adult.

If you were right, ask him/her to sign here.

If you were wrong, keep trying!

pl e

Sa m

Brain calculator 2. Use your brain to complete the calculations.

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

8

+

4

=

9

in g

5

-

0

=

x

5

= =

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(a)

1

8

+

8

3

0

÷

1

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0

=

3. How did you do? Colour a face.

... draw and label your favourite animal. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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38 Name:

Due day: 1. Why do you think we need trees?

Area

a swimming pool

or

a baby’s hand

my house roof

or

a book

this sheet of paper

or

a TV screen

(b)

an adult hand (c)

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or

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a puddle

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(a)

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pl e

2. Circle the larger area.

(d)

3. How did you do? Colour a face. ... draw three things that have an area larger than your classroom. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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39 Name:

Due day:

1. Name or draw five things that live in the ocean.

2. Circle the longer object or distance. a pencil

or

a garden shovel

(b)

a snake

or

an ant

(c)

your leg

or

your finger

(d)

from your house to school

or

from your house to the city

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(a)

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in g

pl e

Length

CITY

3. How did you do? Colour a face. ... draw the length from your thumb to your little finger. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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40 Name:

Due day:

Sa m

pl e

1. Which words rhyme with bat? Write a list.

Tricky problems

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

9 5

+

=

1

ew

(a)

-

0

Vi

in g

2. Use your brain or a calculator to fill in the missing numbers.

÷

8 =

4

=

1

0 1

4

0

2

4

7

=

3

5

x

=

3

5

0

3. How did you do? Colour a face.

Find three things about water in magazines or newspapers, cut them out and glue them to your sheet. Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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Answers Page 2 2. (a) 5 stars (c) 7 arrows

(b) 12 circles (d) 9 lightning bolts

3. (a) 1,3,5,7,9

(b) 7,5,9,3,1

(c) 15,17,27,13

Page 15 Page 3 2. (a) 13 faces (c) 12 crosses

1. sea/ocean (b) 22 suns (d) 14 hearts

Page 4 2. (a) 7 stars

(b) 5 moons

(c) 18 triangles

(b) 18 diamonds

3.

(b) 4 (e) 10 (h) 24 (k) 40

(c) 6 (f) 12 (i) 30

(b) 6 (e) 13

(c) 11 (f) 8

(a) 2 (d) 8 (g) 20 (j) 26

Page 16

Page 6

1. box

(b) 8,10,12 (d) 20,40,60

2. (a) 7 (d) 11

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2. (a) 5,6,8 (c) 3,2,1

2. (a) 8 tyres

Page 9

3. (a) 3 (d) 6

(b) 4 (e) 3

4. (a) 15 (c) 27

(b) 25 (d) 41

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(a) 2,3,6,9,10,12,17 (b) 9,12,21,32,45,55,74 (c) 3,13,31,33,43,103,133

Page 17

Page 10

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2. (a) 12 (d) 9 (g) 204

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2. (a) 77,21,13,12,8,5,0 (b) 240,72,35,34,24,12,4 (c) 355,77,65,64,56,33,23

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1.

Page 11

(c) 4 (f) 4

(b) 15 (e) 21 (h) 60

Page 12

(c) 31 (f) 11 (i) 70

2. (a) 27 (d) 23

(b) 26 (e) 36

(c) 22 (f) 30

3. (a) 13 (d) 6

(b) 4 (e) 8

(c) 10 (f) 9

4. (a) 31 (c) 36

(b) 40 (d) 24

Page 18 1. apple, boat, car, eggs, frog, ham, pool, zoo 2. (a) 2 (d) 5

(b) 8 (e) 1

(c) 2 (f) 2

3. (a) 1 (d) 5

(b) 8 (e) 7

(c) 5 (f) 11

4. (a) 12

(b) 12

(c) 11

1. aeroplane Page 19 Page 13

1. d, g, h, i, m, o, q, r, t, v, w

1. rabbit

2. (a) 12 (d) 78

(b) 20 (e) 91

(c) 26 (f) 1

3. (a) 11 (d) 14

(b) 10 (e) 2

(c) 88 (f) 10

4. (a) 49

(b) 102

(c) 100

3. (a) sphere

(b) cone

Page 14 1. flower 2. (a) 2,4,6,8,10 (b) 8,6,2,4,6,10 (c) 12,14,18,20,21,13,16 (d) 32, 14, 110, 56, 142, 98, 16 Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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Answers Page 21

Page 20 2. (a) 5 (d) 8 (g) 4

(b) 3 (e) 1 (h) 0

(c) 2 (f) 3

3. (a) 7 (d) 7 (g) 4

(b) 5 (e) 4 (h) 3

(c) 3 (f) 2

4. (a) 3 (d) 1 (g) 9

(b) 3 (e) 1 (h) 9

(c) 4 (f) 5

2.

Hundreds

Tens

Ones

21

2

1

67

6

7

0

3

403

4

7

7

131

1

3

1

523

5

2

3

461

4

78

5. 2

6

1

7

8

Page 22 2.

Tens

Ones

pl e

Hundreds

in g

Sa m

24

3. 135

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147

Page 23 1. (a) 10 2.

(b) 15

(c) 6

Hundreds

(d) seven

Tens

(e) five

(f) two

Ones

31 103 52 80 3. 335 Prim-Ed Publishing – www.prim-ed.com

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Answers Page 24 2. (a) nineteen

(b) twenty-eight (c) forty

(d) six

(e) one hundred and fifty

(c) 0

(d) 3

(e) fish

(f) 21

(c) 0

(d) 4

(e) 14

(f) 5

Page 26 2. (a) pets in Class 2 (b) 9

(g) 3

Page 27 2. (a) teachers’ cars (b) 3 Page 28 (b)

(b)

(d) Teacher check

(c)

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3. (a)

(c) Teacher check

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2. (a)

Page 29 (b) 1.30

(c) 6.15

(d) Half past 2

(g) 7 o’clock

(h) ten past 9

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2. (a) 3.00

(e) quarter past 5

(f) 4.30

Page 30 1. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 3. (a) January, February, March, April, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.

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(b) May

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Answers Page 33 1. silver; teacher check 2. (a) 30p

(b) 40p

(c) 35p

3. 30p Page 34 2. (a) stars: 12

(b) groups 4

3. (b) boxes: 10

(b) groups 5

4. (c) hearts: 10

(b) groups 2

5. (d) faces: 14

(b) groups 7

Page 35 3. (a) diamonds: 12 (b) groups 3 4. (a) arrows: 6 (c) 3, 2, 6

(c) 9 moons, 9 (c) 3, 4, 12

(b) groups 3 3x2=6

Page 37 (b) 8 (e) 3

Page 38 (a) swimming pool (b) adult hand (c) my house roof (d) a TV screen (most likely)

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2.

(c) 20

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2. (a) 14 (d) 26

pl e

(b) groups 3

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2. (a) moons: 9

2. (a) garden shovel (b) snake (c) leg (d) house to city (may differ) Page 40 2. (a) 9 (d) +

(b) 10 (e) 7

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(c) 4

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