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Conversions - Mrs Craske's Set21/2/10 - Test for Wed24/2 Remember the conversions for length, mass and capacity 10mm=1cm; 100cm=1m; 1000m=1km 1000g=1kg 1000ml=1l Use these for this week's target! All answers are just numbers (no units) These are tricky!
doublesCan you work out the answer which is double the number given?
odd one outfind the odd one out. there may be more than one answer!
7 times tablesMrs Craske's set Test 10/2/10 Random order including division facts
9 times tablesMrs Craske's set Test 15/1/10 Random order including division facts
3x Tableyear 5 - keep practising
Decimal Addition and SubtractionMrs Craske's set - Keep practising!
ConversionsMrs Craske's Set. Remember units!
Fractions of Quantities for Mrs Craske's Numeracy TestSomething we need to work on as a class!
Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100, 1000Some people in Mrs Craske's set need to revise these! Think about what happens to the place value of each digit when you do this!
Equivalent fractions - Mrs Craske's SetReduce these to fractions in their simplest form.
8 x table Mrs Craske's setFor a test 22/1/10
6 times table - Mrs Craske's setFor a test next week 27/1/10
Mrs Craske's Set Multiplying Multiples of 10,100,1000Use your knowledge of times tables to work out these. One of our targets!
12 Times TableRevise this for a test on 3rd February (Mrs Craske's Numeracy Set)
Mrs Russell's Maths groupWork out these answers and learn your 8 times table for the week beginning 8th Feb 2010
Prime Numbers - Mrs Craske's setPrime number questions - this week's test - Wed 3rd March
*** NEW! fraction decimal percentageMrs Craske's set - homework (for test 26/4/10) Please learn and revise the common conversions (on p19 of your booklet). Here's some for you to practise: Convert 1-5 to decimals; 6-10 to fractions and 11-15 to percentages (put in the % sign too).
* NEW - Chunking Division MethodUse the method we have used in class (repeated subtraction) to solve these. You will need to put any remainders as a fraction. Use a written method and then check your answers.