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Miss McAvoy's Maths

01/06/2020

 

From today onwards, new maths learning will be posted on Teams instead of the class page. I will still be putting up Challenges and the White Rose Maths on the class page but will not be adding revision as I was before.

 

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This part of our class page will be used for revision of previous maths skills we have already learnt in class.

 

I will, where I feel appropriate, add a video reminding you which method to use/how to answer the questions. I will also add questions to be answered.

 

I will put the answers in a separate section of the class page.

Summer Term
Week 5
This learning focuses on recapping learning on place value through a range of questions. There are 3 levels of differentiation, 1*, 2** and 3***. The answers are on the following pages.
Week 4

11/05/2020

 

This week's learning will be focusing on using the inverse of addition and subtraction to check answers. See below for questions.

Be the Teacher - Mark the questions by using the inverse

Week 3

04/05/2020

 

Worded problems. The problems below need you to use addition and subtraction to solve them.

 

1. On a school trip 272 people visit a museum. There are 223 children and 16 teachers, the rest are parents. How many parents are there?

 

2. In a week Gemma saves £5.75. On Monday she has £2.55. On Wednesday her mum gives her 75p. How much does she save in the rest of the week?

 

3. At a recent clean up of the playground, 3 children collected 196 pieces of rubbish. Callum collected 64 pieces. Louise collected 73. How many did Bonnie collect?

 

4. The teachers have 234 biscuits in the staff room. Miss Jordan eats 51, Miss Keddie eats 75. How many biscuits do the rest of the teachers eat?

 

5. Daniel has 523 comics. He lends 246 to Cookie and 156 to James. How many does he have left?

 

6. Humara has £2.55. She buys a bag of crisps for 52p and a can of coke for 76p. How much change does she get?

Week 2

30/04/2020

 

Below are some subtraction word problems. These problems need you to use the subtraction skills you have learnt earlier in the week.

 

3-digits, one step problems

1. There were 165 cups in a shop. 37 fell when a shelf broke. How many cups were unbroken?

2. Harry had £257 in his bank account. His mum let him spend £129 on a new bike. How much was left in his account?

3. Sue collected 412 tokens. She swapped 159 of them for a giant teddy bear. How many tokens did she have left?
4. Bill's story was 561 words long. Ben's story was 395 words long. How many more words did Bill write than Ben?

5. There are 615 pages in my book. I have read 293. How many more pages do I need to read?

 

3 or 4 digits, one step problems

1. There were 1165 cups delivered to a shop. 237 were broken when they arrived. How many cups were unbroken?

2. Harry had £2257 in his bank account. His mum let him spend £1329 on a special mountain bike. How much was left in his account?

3. Sue collected 4212 tokens. She swapped 1675 of them for a day at a theme park. How many tokens did she have left?

4. Bill's story was 1561 words long. Ben's story was 1395 words long. How many more words did Bill write than Ben?
5. There are 2615 pages in my book. I have read 1293. How many more pages do I need to read?

 

27/04/2020

 

Below you will find subtraction calculations and a video to remind you of the method needed.

 

No exchanging/regrouping:

1. 8585 - 5422

2. 7858 - 2437

3. 7679 - 5566

4. 7779 - 6444

5. 5666 - 3143

6. 6896 - 1432

7. 5586 - 4441

8. 8885 - 3254

9. 8557 - 7335

10. 8698 - 1253

 

Exchanging/regrouping but not crossing zero:

1. 5844 - 1235

2. 7254 - 1630

3. 9246 - 2315

4. 8283 - 5678

5. 6231 - 1316

6. 4851 - 2162

7. 8586 - 6459

8. 4319 - 3766

9. 5322 - 3444

10. 7932 - 2818

 

Exchanging/regrouping and crossing zero:

1. 2901 - 2636

2. 7470 - 2270

3. 3902 - 1900

4. 8029 - 7647

5. 9106 - 7323

6. 9404 - 5130

7. 6063 - 4415

8. 9500 - 8626

9. 8200 - 6603

10. 6000 - 5705

Subtraction Recap

Week 1

20/04/2020

 

Below is a maths challenge, Miss McAvoy had to think about this one for a long time. Using a 1-100 square might help you ( https://www.primarygames.co.uk/pg2/splat/splatsq100.html ).

 

If a door number fitter needed to fit the numbers of 100 houses 1 to 100, how many 9s would he need?

 

Email me your possible answers!

20/04/2020

 

This learning applies your understanding of addition. Solve the worded problems by using your addition skills. Don't forget to email me the answers!

 

1. If John has 158 toy cars, Tom has 278 toy cars and Greg has 227 cars. How many toy cars do they have altogether?

2. One farmer has 336 lambs and another has 287. How many lambs are there altogether?

3. A grocer sold 127 bags of sweets on Monday, 335 bags on Tuesday and 118 bags on Wednesday. How many did they sell in those three days?

4. An orchard contains 225 apple trees, 119 pear trees and 282 plum trees. How many trees are in the orchard?

5. A man blew up 237 balloons. His friend Jay blew up 359 balloons and Robert blew up 416. How many balloons were ready for the party?

Spring Term

02/04/2020

 

Below is a video reminding you how to complete addition calculations. Can you use it to help you answer my calculations?

 

1. 8012 + 1243

2. 5997 + 2187

3. 3182 + 2250 

4. 3084 + 5082

5. 3474 + 4820

6. 5473 + 2685

7. 1399 + 4602

8. 1600 + 8609

9. 5876 + 5513

10. 1735 + 1015

Year 4 Addition

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