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4/5 B

I can write any number in words and/or figures and know what each digit represents.



Test your ability to write numbers in figures

I can work out the relationship between percentages and fractions.



Play Saloon Snap against Fast Fingers Malcolm to match percentages and fractions

Power Pods – use your knowledge of fractions, decimals and percentages to find the equivalent values

I can multiply or divide by 10 and 100 even when working with decimal numbers



Look at factsheets 2, 3 and 4 to find quick ways for multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100

Test your ability in multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100

 Practice dividing by 10 by filling in the missing pods

I can order a set of mixed numbers.



Learn about what mixed numbers are and have a go at working some out

Find out about mixed numbers using fact sheet 6

Order a set of mixed numbers as well as decimals and percentages!

I can recognise all square numbers up to 12 x 12.



Spooky sequences – type in the missing square numbers in these sequences


I can recognise prime numbers and find all prime numbers to 100.



Find different sets of numbers on a grid – try level 2 and 3


I can use all four operations to solve problems related to money, time, length, weight or capacity.



Solve some problems at the supermarket on the conveyor belt – game 2

Play some money games that use all four operations

I can find the mode, median and range of any set of numbers.



Learn how to find the mean, median, mode and range of sets of numbers

I can classify according to degree of likelihood (impossible, unlikely, possible, certain etc).



LEVEL E Chance, Likelihood – Find out the likelihood of different events


I can recognise all lines of symmetry in a shape and draw a reflective pattern.



Learn how to find lines of symmetry using factsheet 4

Complete the symmetrical patterns

Reflect the shapes in the lines of symmetry

Find the number of lines of symmetry in the 2D shapes


I can construct triangles using a ruler and protractor, with lines drawn to the nearest mm and angles to the nearest degree.



Learn about the different types of triangles


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