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Week 1 beginning 23.03

Wednesday 25th March

 

Word Problems

 

LO: I can solve word problems involving all four operations.

 

  • Read the problem carefully together.
  • Use RUCSAC to make sure you understand.
  • Draw pictures to help you.
  • Put a tick under the operations that you will use to find the answer.

Problem

Operations

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x

÷

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

Tickets for the latest film cost £9 each. Your family has £48 saved up. How many of you can go to the cinema to see the film? How much money will there be left over?

 

 

 

 

3

The Headmaster is taking all of Key Stage Two on a trip to the seaside. There will be 210 children and 24 adults going along. How many 42-seater buses will he need to use?

 

 

 

 

4

Yesterday Tara had £10.67 Today she spent £1.30.  Her mum then gave her another 60p. 

How much does she have now?

 

 

 

 

5

George goes to the shop 46 times each month. He buys 7 sweets each time he goes. How many sweets does George buy in 2 months?

 

 

 

 

6

Peter has 4 horses. Each one eats 13 pounds of oats a day. How many pounds of oats does he need to feed his horses for 3 days?

 

 

 

 

7

In a week Daniel saves £5.75, on Monday he has 255p on Wednesday 175p. How much does he save the rest of the week?

 

 

 

 

8

Faith had £20. She went to the shop and bought four tubs of ice cream for £3.20 each. How much money did Faith have left?

 

 

 

 

9

Grace opened her own flower shop. She charges £6 for tulips and £11 for roses. In September she sold 63 tulips and 34 roses. How much money did she earn in September?

 

 

 

 

10

Owen has one 50p coin and four 20p coins. He buys a melon for 47p and 2 grapefruits for 15p each. How much money does he have left?

 

 

 

 

 

Now work them out in your books. Remember to show your written method.

Thursday 26th March

 

Balancing Calculations!

 

Balancing Calculations

Remember - equals means balanced/ the same as

 

 17 + 13 = 41 - 11

 30 + 3 = __ - 15

 14 + 23 = __ - 21

 12 + 9 = __ - 4

 25 - 12 = __ + 7

 31 - 7 = __ + 9

 97 - 14 = __ + 33

 23 - 4 = __ + 8

102 + 19 = ___- 54

 45 + 7 = __ - 18

29 + 41 = __ - 23

52 + 63 = __ - 91

86 + 15 = __ - 18

97 + 8 = __ - 56

34 + 76 = __ - 50

29 + 14 = __ - 19

 

Balancing Equations 2

Remember - equals means balanced/ the same as

 

 17 + 53 = __ - __

 34 + 3 = __ - __

 14 + 23 = __ - __

 12 + 44 = __ - __

 25 - 13 = __ + __

 12 - 7 = __ + __

 97 - 14 = __ + __

 23 - 4 = __ + __

112 + 34 = ___- __

 46 + 7 = __ - __

23 + 41 = __ - __

12 + 63 = __ - __

81 + 13 = __ - __

93 + 8 = __ - __

34 + 76 = __ - __

29 + 14 = __ - __

Thursday 26th March

 

Get it rite!

 

 

Read through the following sentences and see how many mistakes you can spot. Highlight and correct any you find. What do you think the missing section should say? Finish the passage.

 

      It were late one evening jenny were getting ready for bed wen she

 

heard a peculyar noise from the street out side  She went over to the

 

window and cautiously looks out. At first she coud not see nothing but as

 

her eyes adjusted to the darknes  jenny spoted tow strange figures lurkng

 

at the bottom of her garden.

    

 “Come quikly and looks at at this she calls to her brother  There was

 

someones in the garden! I can sea them now”  Okay, okay  I was

 

there in a minute replied Nick “Im just getting change”

      

       Jenny kept looks out at the misterious figures, all is now silent  but

 

she was sure she can see them moving 

 

Nik  camed in. “ right let me look.” Then  He laughts, “ Oh you sill 

 

There only the new bushes Dad planting today moving in the wind. If you go out in

 

the morning you saw that I am rite Then  Jeny herd the strange noise again “Whats

 

that then.she askd

 

Nick pointed See it is just

 

 

 

What tense should have been used for most of the passage?

When should there be different tenses used and why?

Friday 27th March

 

Choose the correct level of challenge for you :) 

 

Addition problems

 

1. Gary saves 13p and is given another 42p. How much has he altogether?

2. Anna buys a comic for 23p and a pen for 45p. How much does she spend altogether?

 

3.Jen has 35p more than Safa who has 24p. How much does Jen have?

4. Smarties cost 27p, a bar of dairy milk is 23p more expensive. How much is a bar of dairy milk?

5. Two rolls of tape are 35 cm and 41 cm long. What is their total length?

6. An egg weighs 35 grams, a potato weighs 23 grams more. How much does a potato weigh?

7. A bottle of coke holds 42 millilitres and a bottle of orange holds 35 millilitres. How much liquid do both bottles hold?

8. Chloe travelled for 13km, she continued and travelled for a further 26km. How far did she travel?

9. A bag of potatoes weighs 32kg and a bag of onions weighs 25kg. What is their total weight?

10. I swam for 35 minutes and had a break. I then continued to swim for another 16 minutes. How long did I swim for?

 

 

Addition problems

 

1. Gary saves 73p and is given another 42p. How much has he altogether?

2. Anna buys a comic for 52p and a pen for 55p. How much does she spend altogether?

3.Jen has 65p more than Safa who has 44p. How much does Jen have?

4. Smarties cost 27p, a bar of dairy milk is 64p more expensive. How much is a bar of dairy milk?

5. Two rolls of tape are 85 cm and 41 cm long. What is their total length?

6. An egg weighs 35 grams, a potato weighs 93 grams more. How much does a potato weigh?

7. A bottle of coke holds 42 millilitres and a bottle of orange holds 39 millilitres. How much liquid do both bottles hold?

8. Chloe travelled for 15km, she continued and travelled for a further 26km. How far did she travel?

9. A bag of potatoes weighs 32kg and a bag of onions weighs 25kg. What is their total weight?

10. I swam for 35 minutes and had a break. I then continued to swim for another 36 minutes. How long did I swim for?

 

 

Addition problems

 

1. Gary saves 73p and is given another 42p. How much has he altogether?

2. Anna buys a comic for £1.52 and a pen for 55p. How much does she spend altogether?

3.Jen has £1.39 more than Safa who has 44p. How much does Jen have?

4. Smarties cost 27p, a bar of dairy milk is 84p more expensive. How much is a bar of dairy milk?

5. Two rolls of tape are 85 cm and 41 cm long. What is their total length?

6. An egg weighs 35 grams, a potato weighs 93 grams more. How much does a potato weigh?

7. A bottle of coke is priced at £2.06, a bottle of orange is priced at 39p. How much would they both cost to buy?

8. A ball costs £3.09 and a bat costs £2.62. What would be the total cost of the bat and ball?

9. A bag of potatoes costs £4.62 and a bag of onions costs £3.29. What is their total cost?

10. I swam for 35 minutes and had a break. I then continued to swim for another 36 minutes. How long did I swim for?

 

 

Subtraction problems

 

1. Gary has 45p, but lost 22p. How much has he left?

2. Toni had 76p, then bought an ice cream for 35p. How much has she left?

3.Patrick has 67p left after buying a comic which cost 22p. How much did he have before he bought the comic?

4. Kate has 49p, she needs 98p to buy felt tips. How much more money does she need to buy them?

5. One roll of tape is 56 cm long, 31 cm of tape is used. How much tape is left?

6. An potato weighs 35 grams, an egg weighs 13 grams less. How much does an egg weigh?

7. A bottle of coke holds 42 millilitres and a bottle of orange holds 35 millilitres. How much more liquid does the bottle of coke hold?

8. Chloe travelled for 33km, she needs to travel 60 km to complete her journey. How far does she still need to travel?

9. The bus is taking 48 children home. At the first stop, 13 children get off. How many are left?

10. I swam for 35 minutes and had a break. I wanted to swim for 50 minutes. How much longer do I have to swim for?

 

 

Additon and subtraction problems

 

1. Chloe has 62p more than Becky who has 29p. How much money does Chloe have?

2. Toni had 76p, then bought an ice cream for 35p. How much has she left?

4. Kate has 49p, she needs 98p to buy felt tips. How much more money does she need to buy them?

3. Adam has saved 29p, his mam gives him another 38p. How much money does he have now?

5. One ribbon is 56 cm long,  another 31 cm of ribbon is needed . How much ribbon is needed altogether?

6. An potato weighs 35 grams, an egg weighs 19 grams less. How much does an egg weigh?

7. A bottle of coke holds 42 millilitres and a bottle of orange holds 35 millilitres. How much more liquid does the bottle of coke hold?

8. Chloe travelled for 33km, she is going to travel for a further 49km. How far is her complete journey?

9. The bus is taking 48 children home. At the next stop 16 more children get on. How many children are on the bus now?

10. I swam for 35 minutes and had a break. I wanted to swim for 50 minutes. How much longer do I have to swim for?

 

 

Additon and subtraction problems

 

1. Chloe has £2.26  more than Becky who has £1. 98. How much money does Chloe have?

2. Toni had £1.29, then bought an ice cream for 99p. How much has she left?

4. Kate has £3.26 she needs £4.18 to buy felt tips. How much more money does she need to buy them?

3. It costs Ben £4.16 to post two parcels. One parcel costs £3.32 to post. How much does the other parcel cost to post?

5. One ribbon is 56 cm long,  another 67 cm of ribbon is needed . How much ribbon is needed altogether?

6. An potato weighs 235 grams, an egg weighs 196 grams less. How much does an egg weigh?

7. A bottle of coke holds 542 millilitres and a bottle of orange holds 335 millilitres. How much more liquid does the bottle of coke hold?

8. Kelly buys a book for £1.26 and a comic for £2.09. How much does she spend altogether?

9. I swam for 22 minutes and then continued to swim for another 55 minutes. How long did I swim for?

10. I swam for  50 minutes and had a break. I wanted to swim for 1 hour and 20 minutes. How much longer do I have to swim for?

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