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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 C, Unit 1

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

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

Monday 6th October 2008

1. 2.2 , 2.4 , __ , __ , __ to get the next term add the

previous two terms. Complete the sequence.

2. The area of a field measuring 30 m by 30 m.

3. 8.1 ÷ ? = 0.9

4. Draw a regular shape with only one pair of parallel sides.

5. Draw a line of exactly 6.2 cm

6. How many times bigger is 3000 than 30?

7. How many cm are there in 3 ¼ m?

8. Measure the longest side of the page in mm

9. Estimate the width and height of the classroom door

10. The race winner’s time is 12 m 24 s the silver

medallist is 1 min 32 s slower. What is the time of the

silver medallist.

Year 6 Block C Unit 1

Tuesday 7th October 2008

1. The area of a car park measuring 10M by 25M.

2. Write a list of the first twelve square numbers.

3. Find the difference between each of the

numbers in the sequence above.

4. Two square numbers totalling 36

5. Draw a regular shape with 3 pairs of parallel sides.

6. How many times smaller is 4 than 4000?

7. How many M in 4 km?

8. Estimate the height of your chair

9. The silver medal high jumper jumped 2m 34cm. The

gold medallist jumped 20mm higher. How high is this?

10. A square has a perimeter of 148cm. How long is

each side?

Year 6 Block C Unit 1

Wednesday 8th October 2008

1. The rectangular playground has an area of

50m2 what could the dimensions be?

2. Two square numbers which sum to 81.

3. Draw a line of exactly 32 mm.

4. How many different shapes are there in the net of a

square based pyramid? Name them.

5. 40 x 40 (forty squared)

6. How many times larger than 20 is 200?

7. How many cm is 70 mm?

8. Measure the length of your pencil in mm

9. What time is 20 minutes before 5 pm?

10. My birthday is 3rd Sept. How many days ago was it?

Year 6 Block C Unit 1

Thursday 9th October 2008

1. What proportion of square numbers are even?

2. An even square number < 30

3. List the factors of the 8th square number

4. Draw a pair of (exactly) parallel lines.

5. 70 x 70

6. What do I multiply 70 by to get 7000?

7. A race is 10000 m. How many km is this?

8. How many mm is 4.6 cm?

9. Draw a line 83 mm in length

10. The area of a 60mm by 30mm rectangle in

cm2

Year 6 Block C Unit 1

Friday 10th October 2008

1. Find 4 (or more) different X and ÷ calculations which include 60?

2. Find 4 (or more) different X and ÷ calculations which include 0.6?

3. 30 squared

4. ? X 0.4 = 2.0

5. A multiple of 8, 4 and 6

6. The pentagon’s perimeter is 505cm what is

the length of one side?

7. Name something that is approximately 1m in length.

8. The perimeter of a rectangle is 46cm. One short side

is 4cm. How many cm is a long side?

9. The runners have completed 20000m and have

30000m to go. How long is the race in km?

10. Draw a line 108 mm in length.

Year 6 Block C Unit 1

Monday 13th October 2008

1. The answer is 0.48 what is the calculation?

2. What is a prime number?

3. 5 x 0.7

4. A 3D shape with 8 pairs of parallel edges.

5. The 50th square number

6. What do I divide 500 by to get 50?

7. Name something that is approximately 10cm.

8. The time is 09:04 what time will it be in 20 minutes?

9. Draw 2 lines with a difference in length of 7mm

10. Is 1073 mm greater or less than 1m?

Year 6 Block C Unit 1

Tuesday 14th October 2008

1. What are the single digit prime numbers?

2. Why is 1 not a prime number?

3. A 3D shape with both curved and flat faces.

(Can you name all 3?)

4. Write 4 x or ÷ calculations involving 72.

5. 20 x ? = 400

6. What do I divide 7000 by to get 700

7. The octagon’s perimeter is 520mm what is

the length of one side?

8. What is 467mm to the nearest 10 cm?

9. Is the X axis vertical or horizontal?

10. Is the Y axis vertical or horizontal?

Year 6 Block C Unit 1

Wednesday 15th October 2008

1. How many prime numbers are there between

10 and 50?

2. What is a prime factor?

3. Why is 66 not a prime number?

4. A 3D shape with one curved face.

5. 30 x 2 = 15 x ?

6. What do I divide 9000 by to get 90?

7. Name something that is approximately 200mm long.

8. The time is 10:38 what time will it be in 15 minutes?

9. What units would you use to measure the area of the

playground?

10. (3,0) Which is the X co-ordinate?

Year 6 Block C Unit 1

Thursday 16th October 2008

1. What are the prime factors of 16?

2. A prime number > 50

3. A 3D shape with 6 regular faces

4. A hemisphere is places on top of a cylinder. How

many faces and edges in the new 3D shape?

5. A multiple of 5 which is 1 more than a multiple of 7

6. How many g is 3.5 kg?

7. The time is 09:49 what time will it be in 27 minutes?

8. Write in digital time, quarter past 1 pm

9. A shape with 4 right angles has a perimeter of

194 cm is it a square or a rectangle? Explain.

10. (12,4) Which is the Y co-ordinate?

Year 6 Block C Unit 1

Friday 17th October 2008

1. A 3D shape with 6 equal edges

2. A cube is placed on top of a cube. How many

faces, edges and vertices in the new 3D shape?

3. A multiple of 7 which is 1 less than a multiple

of 8

4. 14 x 4 = 7 x ?

5. 35 x 14 = 5 x 7 x 2 x ? = 10 x ?

6. How many Kg is 750g?

7. Write in digital time, quarter to 2 pm

8. (5,1) describe how you would plot this co-ordinate

9. (4,2) (3,7) If you plotted both these co-ordinates in the

1st quadrant, which point would be more to the right

of the other?

10. Which co-ordinate would be more towards the top?

Year 6 Block C Unit 1

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