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Welcome! Please find your name badge, grab a drink and a biscuit, then find your table. Session 1 – Autumn 2012. Introduction. What is it all about? When is it happening and how often?. Place Value. 3 5 9 1. 2 9. Thousands Hundreds Tens Units Tenths Hundredths.

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Session 1 autumn 2012

Welcome!

Please find your name badge, grab a drink and a biscuit, then find your table.

Session 1 – Autumn 2012


Introduction

Introduction

What is it all about?

When is it happening and how often?


Place value

Place Value

3 5 9 1. 2 9

Thousands Hundreds Tens Units Tenths Hundredths


Place value1

Place Value

Using your arrow cards make the following numbers:

78

312

451

5807

6049


Place value2

Place Value

Target528

Now try:

Less than 3500

Greater than 4298

Nearest to 1461


Role of

Role of =

  • Equals

  • Balance

  • Same as

    Create your own number sentences using the = sign in a variety of ways.


Role of1

Role of =

Replace the eight letters below with the digits 1  1  2  3  3  4  6  9 so both lines work out:

A + B    =    6    =   C ÷ D

E – F    =    8    =   G x H


So you think you know your number bonds to 20

So you think you know your number bonds to 20?

If you place 3 cards in the top row to add up to 16.

Then place 3 cards in the 2nd row to add up to 15.

What will the cards in the 3rd row total?


So you think you know your number bonds to 201

So you think you know your number bonds to 20?

Place your number cards on your grids to look like this.

Use all of the remaining numbers to fill in the blanks.


So you think you know your number bonds

So you think you know your number bonds?

The target answer is 40

Use the formula (a x b) ± c, where a b c are three unique digits from 1-9.

How many possible ways are there of achieving this?


Resources on website

Resources on Website


Useful websites

Useful Websites

Mathszone – Lots of interactive games and activities.

Tutpup

BBC Bitesize


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