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### S.O.D.A.Start Of Day Activity

### S.O.D.A.Start Of Day Activity

### S.O.D.A.Start Of Day Activity

Morning registration mathematics activity

Aligned to the Renewed Framework for Mathematics

Stoke-on-Trent Primary Maths Team

WHAT IS IT?

10 mathematics questions per day based on the Renewed Framework for Mathematics.

Questions 1-5 consolidate maths from the previous unit.

Questions 6-10 are based on the previous year’s coverage of the next unit (following Block sequence A B C D E).

This will support you in pitching the learning appropriately for the next unit and gathering evidence for APP.

WHAT IS IT NOT?

SODA is NOT intended to be used during any part of the daily mathematics lesson.

It is an ADDITIONAL resource to support the CONSOLIDATION of learning which has taken place previously.

WHEN?

During the registration period at the start of the day.

Pupils could record their answers in a ‘SODA’ book.

Go through the questions and discuss strategies the children used with the pupils during registration.

Ensure that you model the correct mathematical vocabulary and always encourage the children to use it correctly.

HOW?

Use SODA as it stands or personalise the questions for your pupils by adapting / replacing them.

Year 6, Block A, Unit 1

Questions 1 - 5 based on Year 5, Block E, Unit 3

Questions 6 -10 based on Year 5, Block B, Unit 1

Tuesday 2nd September 2008

1. One third of a number is 8. What is the number?

2. 1/5 of 35

3. 4/5 = ?/20 What is the missing numerator?

4. 1/100 of 5 km

5. 265 ÷ 4

6. Name 2 things that are the same about these numbers? 14, 280, 42, 70

7. Write 3 numbers which are multiples of both 3 and 4

8. Write all the factors of 24

9. 3754 + 8273

10. Write 2 decimals which sum to 0.3

Year 6 Block A Unit 1

Wednesday 3rd September 2008

1. X is ¼ of Y. Find 3 different numbers for X and Y

2. 15 x 20 is less than 16 x 20. How much less?

3. 20% of 125

4. 28 ÷ 5

5. 2/3, 4/6, 6/9 … copy this and write the next 3 equivalent fractions in the sequence

6. Write all the factors of 36

7. The area of a rectangle is 30cm2. What could be the lengths of the sides?

8. A x Z = 600. A is a multiple of 10. What could A and Z be?

9. What other numbers could A and Z be?

10. 30 x 50 = ? Complete and write a related division fact

Year 6 Block A Unit 1

Thursday 4th September 2008

1. An equivalent fraction to 2/5

2. 80g of cornflakes for 2 people. How many g for 6 people?

3. Bags cost £16. What do they cost with 75% off?

4. Which fractions are less than half? 710, 60100, 25, 110, 1120

5. 544 ÷ 4

6. Write all the factors of 40

7. Write 3 pairs of numbers which give a product of 60

8. Draw & name up to 3 quadrilaterals with right angles

9. 20 x 100

10. Name 2 numbers which are both multiples of 5 and

greater than 150

Year 6 Block A Unit 1

Friday 5th September 2008

1. write 6/10 as a decimal number

2. 1 match lights 3 candles. How many matches are needed to light

12 candles?

3. I have £1.00 I spend 45% . How much do I have left?

4. Order smallest to largest. 1 ¼, 2 ¾, ¼, 1 ½, 2 ¼, 1 ¾, 2 ½,

5. Draw a diagram with 70% shaded

6. Copy and name these shapes

7. Mark on the shapes the right angles

8. Mark on the shapes the parallel sides

9. Mark on the shapes any lines of symmetry

10. 20 x 40 = ? Complete and write a related division fact

Year 6 Block A Unit 1

Monday 8th September 2008

1. Draw a diagram with 0.25 shaded and 0.75 unshaded

2. 5 packets of flower food, when diluted, makes 500ml.

How many litres will 20 packets of flower food make?

3. I have £2.00, I spend 45% . How much do I have left?

4. How many sixths are equivalent to 1/3?

5. 6 children buy a present costing £20. They all pay the

same. How much does each child pay?

6. A rectangle’s area is 24cm2. What are the lengths of the sides?

7. List all the possible lengths of the sides.

8. Estimate 1287 + 2012 to the nearest 100

9. Draw a net of a cube

10. Draw a different net of a cube

Year 6 Block A Unit 1

Tuesday 9th September 2008

1. Write 0.55 as a common fraction

2. ¾ of £80

3. In a test I got 50%, my friend got 12/20. Who did better?

4. Which is larger 1/8 or 1/6?

5. 7 bags of food are shared between 4 rabbits. How

much food does each rabbit get?

6. From the digit cards 6, 3, 5, 2 make a 2-digit square number

7. From the digit cards 6, 3, 5, 2 make a 2-digit multiple of 9

8. From the digit cards 6, 3, 5, 2 make a 2-digit factor of 64

9. Write a calculation to show the 6th square number

10. Draw a quadrilateral with 2 lines of symmetry

Year 6 Block A Unit 1

Wednesday 10th September 2008

1. 38% of the teachers are male what percentage are female?

2. 15% of 130

3. Write 2 equivalent fractions of 3/12

4. Which fraction is half way between 2/10 and 6/10?

5. A number between 100 and 110 which has a

remainder of 2 when divided by 5

6. Write a calculation to show 64 is a square number.

7. What are the properties of a cube?

8. Write 2 numbers which are multiples of both 8 and 3

9. Which 2 factors could give a product of 300?

10. 600 ÷ 20 = ? Complete the calculation and write a

related multiplication fact

Year 6 Block A Unit 1

Thursday 11th September 2008

1. Is 5% equivalent to 5/10, 5/100 or 5/1000

2. Write the first 10 multiples of 3. What percentage are

odd?

3. What is 0.3 as a percentage? Or 0.3 as a fraction?

4. 1 part squash and 4 parts water makes juice. How

many ml of squash is needed to make 500ml of juice?

5. 265 ÷ 7

6. estimate 3444 + 3990 to the nearest 100

7. Describe the properties of a cuboid

8. From the digit cards 4, 8, 9, 1 make a 2-digit square number

9. From the digit cards 4, 8, 9, 1 make a 2-digit multiple of 6

10. From the digit cards 4, 8, 9, 1 make a 2-digit factor of 28

Year 6 Block A Unit 1

Friday 12th September 2008

1. There are 20 seats. 4 are filled. What percentage are filled?

2. ¾ of 48

3. One loaf costs £1.52 I buy 3, How much do 3 cost?

4. …How much change would I get from £10.00?

5. Is 1.95 x 26 approximately 30, 40, 50, 60 or 70?

6. 256? + 6?32 = 8999. What are the missing digits?

7. Describe the properties of a tetrahedron

8. From the digit cards 3, 4, 5, 6 make two 2-digit

multiples of 9

9. 40 x 700

10. Do square numbers have an odd or an even number

of factors? Why

Year 6 Block A Unit 1

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