Maths Orange Home Learning Plan
Week commencing 01/06/2020
Intended outcomes:
Pupils develop a range of ways to describe position, direction and movement in everyday life and mathematical problems.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Describe positions on a 2D grid as coordinates in the first quadrant
 Describe movements between positions as translations of a given unit to the left/right and up/down
Session  Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
First watch this (funny/a little silly) video about reading and plotting a coordinate on a grid. Remember the phrase "along the corridor, up the stairs" Remember the phrase "along the corridor, up the stairs" Now try this cafe coordinates worksheet. They are different levels so choose the one which you are happy with. 
2 
Today is about plotting the points. Watch the video from yesterday as a refresher if it helps. Now have a go at this fun emoji plotting worksheet. I did one  have a look, can you guess which face I made? 
3 
Today is about movement on the grid. Watch this video which takes you through how to do it. But watch carefully. I MAKE MISTAKES! Can you spot them?
Here's where the mistakes were... Now have a go yourself on these football coordinate worksheets. 
4 
Today is all about money. Try some of these online games to improve your skills!
Have a go at all or some of these different money games: ONLINE GAME 1ONLINE GAME 2ONLINE GAME 3ONLINE GAME 4ONLINE GAME 5ONLINE GAME 6 
Week commencing 18/05/2020
Intended outcomes:
To begin to explore and interpret the world around through statistical enquiry and representations.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Interpret and present discrete and continuous data using appropriate graphical methods, including bar charts and time graphs.
Session  Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets  
1 
Tally and Bar Charts Warm up with this tally chart activity... And then this bar chart matching activity
Now have a go at making a tally chart and then bar chart for this set of Furbles... You could categorise them by colour, shape or number of eyes, it's up to you! If you don't have graph paper then you can use this Printable Graph Paper


2 
Distance Time Graphs Distancetime graphs are a way to show data about how someone or something is moving over time. I have used my cycling data as an example. Here's a map of a 24km bike ride I did last week: Here is a table showing how long it had taken at each kilometre of the ride...
From this I can draw a graph. Watch these videos which show you how to draw and interpret a distancetime graph. Have some squared paper, ruler and pencil to hand so that you can draw the graph as well as you watch. If you haven't got any squared paper at home you can use this Printable Graph Paper VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2
VIDEO 3 

3 
Today is about consolidating yesterday's work on distancetime graphs. Here's another video which looks in more details at DistanceTime Graphs
Have a go at this activity which is looking at interpreting the graph of the famous race between....the Hare and the Tortoise! Hare and the Tortoise Activity Now have a go at matching these graphs with the description in this 

4 
Time! Today there are some fun games and an interactive wordsearch! Go to the following website and use this ACCESS CODE to play: R M 8 7 6 1 
Week commencing 11/05/2020
Intended outcomes:
For pupils to develop their understanding of multiplicative relationships including between the operations of multiplication and division.Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Multiply twodigit and threedigit numbers by a onedigit number using formal written layout
 Divide within the multiplication tables and beginning to use formal written methods
Session  Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
Today is about refreshing basic times tables knowledge. First start by completing this Multiplication Grid. If you fancy a challenge try this Mixedup Multiplication Grid instead. Next watch this video clip which goes over using arrays and shows you how you can make a lovely Skyline Multiplication Scene. Once you have watched the video  have a go yourself!

2 
So today we are going to be looking more at multiplication and thinking about how to multiply larger numbers using written methods. Have a watch of these three videos and then try this 2digit multiplication sheet. Use a calculator to check your answers. VIDEO ONE VIDEO TWO
VIDEO 3
CHALLENGE: Watch these videos on multiplying 3digit numbers and try this 3digit Multiplication Worksheet VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2

3 
Today we are going to start to think about dividing bigger numbers through using short division. Try this Division Number Search to get you started. Watch these video clips and then try these worksheets. Use a calculator to check your answers. Short Division Worksheet 2. VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2
VIDEO 3
CHALLENGE: There are some more worksheets on these websites if you want to get in some more practice 
4 
MONEY MONEY MONEY! Start today with some fun games. Go to the following website and use this ACCESS CODE to play: S F 0 4 8 1
Now have a go at this worksheet which you can work out using multiplication and addition.
Southbrook Village Bakery Worksheet
Finish by trying these online games: 
Week commencing 04/05/2020
Intended outcomes:
For pupil to be more confident in understanding, relating and using systems of measurement in their everyday lives and within mathematical problems.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Measure, compare, add and subtract: lengths (m/cm/mm); mass (kg/g); volume/capacity (l/ml)
 Extension: Convert between different units of measure
 Measure and calculate the perimeter of a rectilinear figure
Session 
Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
Measuring and comparing quantities. Activity 1: make your own balance scales! Watch these video clips to show you how to make your own set of balance scales: TASK!…weighs the same as ….is heavier than….…is lighter than… Using your homemade scales write at least three sentences (you can do more if you like!) comparing the mass of different objects. Here’s some ideas of things around the house you could use: · Shampoo bottle · Soap · Fruit · Crayons · Building bricks · Toy cars · Pack of playing cards · Mobile phone · Stones from the garden · Toy figures · Toy food Here’s two sentences from the objects I used in the video: The marble is heavier than the pen. One big marble weighs the same as 7 small marbles. You can use this writing paper to help practice your handwriting skills too. If you don’t have this equipment then have a go at this interactive lesson on measuring weight: Extension: Converting between grams (g) and kilograms (kg) using a calculator. There are 1000g in 1kg. Example: 3000g = 3kg Because 3000 ÷ 1000 = 3 Example: 2.5kg = 2500g Because 2.5 x 1000 = 2500 Here’s two short video clips which go through this (in the video it shows you a noncalculator method for multiplication and division of 1000. HAVE A GO at this but you can also use a calculator if you want). Then there’s some questions on converting between kilograms and grams for you to try. Grams to Kilograms:
Kilograms to grams: 
2 
Watch this video clip which reminds you about how to correctly use a ruler:
Now watch this video clip reminding you about the perimeter of a shape:
Now try this worksheet on perimeter. They are at different levels so choose the one which you feel is the right level for yourself. If you don’t have a ruler at home try this set of worksheets calculating perimeter And have a go at this interactive lesson: Now have some fun and look around your house and complete this Scavenger hunt measurement activity Additional: If you have a smart phone or watch then when you are out on your daily exercise, have a go at timing how long it takes you to walk or run a kilometre. Estimate first and then time yourself and see how close you are! Extension: Converting between centimetres (cm) and metres (m) using a calculator. There are 100cm in 1m. Example: 650cm = 6.5m Because 600 ÷ 100 = 6 Example: 4m = 400cm Because 4 x 100 = 400 Here’s two short video clips which go through this (in the video it shows you a noncalculator method for multiplication and division of 1000. HAVE A GO at this but you can also use a calculator if you want). Then there’s some questions on converting between centimetres and metres for you to try. Centimetres to metres Metres to Centimetres

3 
Today is about measuring capacity (liquid) so you will be using a measuring jug to measure out the following amounts of liquid. If you have it  it does make it easier to read the scales if you put a little food colouring in the water. · 500ml · 750ml · 50ml · 100ml · 300ml · 250ml
If you don’t have a measuring jug at home then try this interactive lesson: And/or try these measuring capacity worksheets Extension: Converting between litres (l) and millilitres (ml) using a calculator. There are 1000ml in 1l. Example: 8000ml = 8l Because 8000 ÷ 1000 = 8 Example: 4.5l = 4500ml Because 4.5 x 1000 = 4000 Here’s two short video clips which go through this (in the video it shows you a noncalculator method for multiplication and division of 1000. HAVE A GO at this but you can also use a calculator if you want). Then there’s some questions on converting between millimetres and litres for you to try. Millilitres to litres
Litres to millilitres 
4 
Today is a fun activity to do with how many of something you can do in a minute! You will need something that can time a minute but you should be able to do this on a mobile phone. If you can’t do something on the sheet then make up your own challenge! Now watch this video on converting and using the 24hr clock and complete this worksheet on 
Week commencing 27/04/2020
Intended outcomes:
For pupils to be more fluent at using addition and subtraction skills, including using number bonds and other known facts in order to more effectively and efficiently solve problems in a variety of contexts.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Add and subtract numbers with up to 4 digits using the formal written methods of columnar addition and subtraction where appropriate
 Solve addition and subtraction twostep problems in contexts including money, deciding which operations and methods to use and why.
Session  General Notes  Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
Today you need ordinary dice or alternatively use this interactive dice 
Playing the game closest to 1000:
If you have a miniwhiteboard or a chalk board that’s ideal as you can rub out and start over but otherwise a piece of paper is absolutely fine.
You can see it looks like an addition sum. The idea of the game is to get as close to 1000 as you can. Roll the dice and put the digit in one of the boxes. Take it in turns to roll the dice and make sure to put the numbers in the boxes as you go along and not all at the end! After 6 rolls you have made your sum so add the two numbers and see how close you are! Now try this Addition Word search 
2 
Click here for 
Warm up today are these puzzles. Don’t spend ages on them. 10 minutes to see how many you can do! Just use some scrap paper to play around with the numbers.
Now keep practicing those subtraction skills by having a go at this odd and even subtraction challenge. Again, you don’t have to print the worksheet – you can copy the questions from the computer if you want to save on paper! 
3 
Today is about word problems!

Warm up with these today: can you spot the mistake?
Next have a go at these Multistep Problems involving addition and subtraction. Finish off today with this online word problem game

4  Today is about context problems involving money! 
Warm up with this Running Total Worksheet.
Next have a go at these Problems involving Money. Remember you don’t have to print if you would like to save paper. You can just write the answers down on a piece of paper!
Try this coin cruncher game: 
Week commencing 20/04/2020
Intended outcomes:
Pupils begin to recognise and familarise themselves with the mathematics in the world around them through developing their understanding of properties of 3D shapes.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Identify and describe the properties of 3D shapes, including the number of edges, vertices and faces.
 Identify 3D shapes, including cubes and other cuboids, from 2D representations
Session  General Notes  Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
Key words:
Don't forget to expand the video's so you can view them more easily! 
Today we are thinking about 3D shape names and where we see them in our every day lives! Use this 3D Shape Mat to help with today's work. For this you will need a piece of paper and a pencil. First watch this video: Jot your answers down on the piece of paper and then watch this:
Now your task is to find your own examples of common 3D shapes from around your house. You can use this sheet to record your findings  either write them down, draw a picture or even better...get a photo! 
2 
Key words:
Vertices Faces Edges

Watch these video clips which go over what faces, edges and vertices are on 3D shapes.
Faces: Edges: Vertices
Now try this worksheet on identifying properties of 3D shapes.
And/or have ago at this mission game:

3  In this video the american artist calls a Cuboid a "rectangular prism". This is also correct but in the UK we use cuboid more commonly. 
Today is about having a go at recognising 2D representations of 3D shapes by having a go at drawing them yourselves! Check out this video then get a piece of paper and have a go yourself!
Here's an extension task on the wonderful NRICH website. 
4  Today we are going to do some work on time so that you continue to practice and develop functional skills each week too. 
Here is a worksheet with some mixed questions on Time.
And/or try these online games:
TIME MISSION (mixed questions)

Previous Weeks
Week commencing 13/04/2020
Intended outcomes:
To develop pupils broader number sense through exploring the differences between numbers, in different representations and contexts.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Read Roman numerals to 100 (I to C) and know that over time, the numeral system changed to include the concept of zero and place value.
 Solve number through practical problems (money)
Session  General Notes  Learning Acitvities/Web links/Worksheets 
1  There is no numeracy element of today’s session – this is about pupils gaining an understanding of the history of the number system to lay the ground work for introducing more detailed look at Roman Numerals 
Watch first 5 minutes of the following video
And also this video
Both have some interesting facts which you will need to complete the following ordering activity… Numbers through history 
2  Understanding Roman Numerals can be tricky. It might be worth going through the PowerPoint a couple of times and having it near when doing work to refer to. The worksheets attached to the activity are differentiated so choose one you feel is appropriate for how well they have understood the PowerPoint. 
Go through this power point on Roman numerals…
Complete the following worksheet:
Reading Roman Numerals up to 100 Differentiated activity sheets 
3 
Making a Roman Numeral Clock – focus on time.
Talk about what each of the hands mean and then, depending on your child’s ability, choose different times for them to show on the clock (if you don’t have split pins then just leave the hands loose so they can move them) and/or put different times on the clock and ask them to read the time.
Mymaths main password: Username: southbrook Password: brook Please note your child has their own individual login so please contact Kathryn WhartonDarke (head of maths) at the school kwhartondarke@southbrook.devon.sch.uk if you do not know what this is. 
Use the following template to make a Roman Numeral Clock face
Making a Roman Numeral Clock Face
Then either complete the following online homework
Or this extension worksheet building on the skills from yesterday. 
4 
This last session of the week is going to be looking at some functional skills around money looking at number skills in a problem solving context.
The challenge cards are designed to encourage the pupils to look at different combinations of coins and to focus them on the idea that there are LOTS of answers – not just one way! It encourages perseverance, resilience and curiosity. Having real change for pupils to handle is often helpful so if you have some please do get this out for them to use. Alternatively play money or you can download pictures of coins from this worksheet: 
Try these worksheets
Choose one of the following challenge cards from this differentiated pack

Maths Orange Home Learning Plan
Week commencing 18/05/2020
Intended outcomes:
To begin to explore and interpret the world around through statistical enquiry and representations.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Interpret and present discrete and continuous data using appropriate graphical methods, including bar charts and time graphs.
Session  Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets  
1  
2 
Distance Time Graphs Distancetime graphs are a way to show data about how someone or something is moving over time. I have used my running data as an example and have got an example and then one for you to plot with some questions! Here's a map of a 5k run I did last week: Here is a table showing how long it took me to run each kilometre...
From this I can draw a graph. Watch this video which shows you how then have a go yourself. If you haven't got any squared paper at home you can use this Printable Graph Paper 

3  
4 
Week commencing 11/05/2020
Intended outcomes:
For pupils to develop their understanding of multiplicative relationships including between the operations of multiplication and division.Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Multiply twodigit and threedigit numbers by a onedigit number using formal written layout
 Divide within the multiplication tables and beginning to use formal written methods
Session  Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
Today is about refreshing basic times tables knowledge. First start by completing this Multiplication Grid. If you fancy a challenge try this Mixedup Multiplication Grid instead. Next watch this video clip which goes over using arrays and shows you how you can make a lovely Skyline Multiplication Scene. Once you have watched the video  have a go yourself!

2 
So today we are going to be looking more at multiplication and thinking about how to multiply larger numbers using written methods. Have a watch of these three videos and then try this 2digit multiplication sheet. Use a calculator to check your answers. VIDEO ONE VIDEO TWO
VIDEO 3
CHALLENGE: Watch these videos on multiplying 3digit numbers and try this 3digit Multiplication Worksheet VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2

3 
Today we are going to start to think about dividing bigger numbers through using short division. Try this Division Number Search to get you started. Watch these video clips and then try these worksheets. Use a calculator to check your answers. Short Division Worksheet 2. VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2
VIDEO 3
CHALLENGE: There are some more worksheets on these websites if you want to get in some more practice 
4 
MONEY MONEY MONEY! Start today with some fun games. Go to the following website and use this ACCESS CODE to play: S F 0 4 8 1
Now have a go at this worksheet which you can work out using multiplication and addition.
Southbrook Village Bakery Worksheet
Finish by trying these online games: 
Week commencing 04/05/2020
Intended outcomes:
For pupil to be more confident in understanding, relating and using systems of measurement in their everyday lives and within mathematical problems.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Measure, compare, add and subtract: lengths (m/cm/mm); mass (kg/g); volume/capacity (l/ml)
 Extension: Convert between different units of measure
 Measure and calculate the perimeter of a rectilinear figure
Session 
Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
Measuring and comparing quantities. Activity 1: make your own balance scales! Watch these video clips to show you how to make your own set of balance scales: TASK!…weighs the same as ….is heavier than….…is lighter than… Using your homemade scales write at least three sentences (you can do more if you like!) comparing the mass of different objects. Here’s some ideas of things around the house you could use: · Shampoo bottle · Soap · Fruit · Crayons · Building bricks · Toy cars · Pack of playing cards · Mobile phone · Stones from the garden · Toy figures · Toy food Here’s two sentences from the objects I used in the video: The marble is heavier than the pen. One big marble weighs the same as 7 small marbles. You can use this writing paper to help practice your handwriting skills too. If you don’t have this equipment then have a go at this interactive lesson on measuring weight: Extension: Converting between grams (g) and kilograms (kg) using a calculator. There are 1000g in 1kg. Example: 3000g = 3kg Because 3000 ÷ 1000 = 3 Example: 2.5kg = 2500g Because 2.5 x 1000 = 2500 Here’s two short video clips which go through this (in the video it shows you a noncalculator method for multiplication and division of 1000. HAVE A GO at this but you can also use a calculator if you want). Then there’s some questions on converting between kilograms and grams for you to try. Grams to Kilograms:
Kilograms to grams: 
2 
Watch this video clip which reminds you about how to correctly use a ruler:
Now watch this video clip reminding you about the perimeter of a shape:
Now try this worksheet on perimeter. They are at different levels so choose the one which you feel is the right level for yourself. If you don’t have a ruler at home try this set of worksheets calculating perimeter And have a go at this interactive lesson: Now have some fun and look around your house and complete this Scavenger hunt measurement activity Additional: If you have a smart phone or watch then when you are out on your daily exercise, have a go at timing how long it takes you to walk or run a kilometre. Estimate first and then time yourself and see how close you are! Extension: Converting between centimetres (cm) and metres (m) using a calculator. There are 100cm in 1m. Example: 650cm = 6.5m Because 600 ÷ 100 = 6 Example: 4m = 400cm Because 4 x 100 = 400 Here’s two short video clips which go through this (in the video it shows you a noncalculator method for multiplication and division of 1000. HAVE A GO at this but you can also use a calculator if you want). Then there’s some questions on converting between centimetres and metres for you to try. Centimetres to metres Metres to Centimetres

3 
Today is about measuring capacity (liquid) so you will be using a measuring jug to measure out the following amounts of liquid. If you have it  it does make it easier to read the scales if you put a little food colouring in the water. · 500ml · 750ml · 50ml · 100ml · 300ml · 250ml
If you don’t have a measuring jug at home then try this interactive lesson: And/or try these measuring capacity worksheets Extension: Converting between litres (l) and millilitres (ml) using a calculator. There are 1000ml in 1l. Example: 8000ml = 8l Because 8000 ÷ 1000 = 8 Example: 4.5l = 4500ml Because 4.5 x 1000 = 4000 Here’s two short video clips which go through this (in the video it shows you a noncalculator method for multiplication and division of 1000. HAVE A GO at this but you can also use a calculator if you want). Then there’s some questions on converting between millimetres and litres for you to try. Millilitres to litres
Litres to millilitres 
4 
Today is a fun activity to do with how many of something you can do in a minute! You will need something that can time a minute but you should be able to do this on a mobile phone. If you can’t do something on the sheet then make up your own challenge! Now watch this video on converting and using the 24hr clock and complete this worksheet on 
Week commencing 27/04/2020
Intended outcomes:
For pupils to be more fluent at using addition and subtraction skills, including using number bonds and other known facts in order to more effectively and efficiently solve problems in a variety of contexts.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Add and subtract numbers with up to 4 digits using the formal written methods of columnar addition and subtraction where appropriate
 Solve addition and subtraction twostep problems in contexts including money, deciding which operations and methods to use and why.
Session  General Notes  Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
Today you need ordinary dice or alternatively use this interactive dice 
Playing the game closest to 1000:
If you have a miniwhiteboard or a chalk board that’s ideal as you can rub out and start over but otherwise a piece of paper is absolutely fine.
You can see it looks like an addition sum. The idea of the game is to get as close to 1000 as you can. Roll the dice and put the digit in one of the boxes. Take it in turns to roll the dice and make sure to put the numbers in the boxes as you go along and not all at the end! After 6 rolls you have made your sum so add the two numbers and see how close you are! Now try this Addition Word search 
2 
Click here for 
Warm up today are these puzzles. Don’t spend ages on them. 10 minutes to see how many you can do! Just use some scrap paper to play around with the numbers.
Now keep practicing those subtraction skills by having a go at this odd and even subtraction challenge. Again, you don’t have to print the worksheet – you can copy the questions from the computer if you want to save on paper! 
3 
Today is about word problems!

Warm up with these today: can you spot the mistake?
Next have a go at these Multistep Problems involving addition and subtraction. Finish off today with this online word problem game

4  Today is about context problems involving money! 
Warm up with this Running Total Worksheet.
Next have a go at these Problems involving Money. Remember you don’t have to print if you would like to save paper. You can just write the answers down on a piece of paper!
Try this coin cruncher game: 
Week commencing 20/04/2020
Intended outcomes:
Pupils begin to recognise and familarise themselves with the mathematics in the world around them through developing their understanding of properties of 3D shapes.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Identify and describe the properties of 3D shapes, including the number of edges, vertices and faces.
 Identify 3D shapes, including cubes and other cuboids, from 2D representations
Session  General Notes  Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
Key words:
Don't forget to expand the video's so you can view them more easily! 
Today we are thinking about 3D shape names and where we see them in our every day lives! Use this 3D Shape Mat to help with today's work. For this you will need a piece of paper and a pencil. First watch this video: Jot your answers down on the piece of paper and then watch this:
Now your task is to find your own examples of common 3D shapes from around your house. You can use this sheet to record your findings  either write them down, draw a picture or even better...get a photo! 
2 
Key words:
Vertices Faces Edges

Watch these video clips which go over what faces, edges and vertices are on 3D shapes.
Faces: Edges: Vertices
Now try this worksheet on identifying properties of 3D shapes.
And/or have ago at this mission game:

3  In this video the american artist calls a Cuboid a "rectangular prism". This is also correct but in the UK we use cuboid more commonly. 
Today is about having a go at recognising 2D representations of 3D shapes by having a go at drawing them yourselves! Check out this video then get a piece of paper and have a go yourself!
Here's an extension task on the wonderful NRICH website. 
4  Today we are going to do some work on time so that you continue to practice and develop functional skills each week too. 
Here is a worksheet with some mixed questions on Time.
And/or try these online games:
TIME MISSION (mixed questions)

Previous Weeks
Week commencing 13/04/2020
Intended outcomes:
To develop pupils broader number sense through exploring the differences between numbers, in different representations and contexts.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Read Roman numerals to 100 (I to C) and know that over time, the numeral system changed to include the concept of zero and place value.
 Solve number through practical problems (money)
Session  General Notes  Learning Acitvities/Web links/Worksheets 
1  There is no numeracy element of today’s session – this is about pupils gaining an understanding of the history of the number system to lay the ground work for introducing more detailed look at Roman Numerals 
Watch first 5 minutes of the following video
And also this video
Both have some interesting facts which you will need to complete the following ordering activity… Numbers through history 
2  Understanding Roman Numerals can be tricky. It might be worth going through the PowerPoint a couple of times and having it near when doing work to refer to. The worksheets attached to the activity are differentiated so choose one you feel is appropriate for how well they have understood the PowerPoint. 
Go through this power point on Roman numerals…
Complete the following worksheet:
Reading Roman Numerals up to 100 Differentiated activity sheets 
3 
Making a Roman Numeral Clock – focus on time.
Talk about what each of the hands mean and then, depending on your child’s ability, choose different times for them to show on the clock (if you don’t have split pins then just leave the hands loose so they can move them) and/or put different times on the clock and ask them to read the time.
Mymaths main password: Username: southbrook Password: brook Please note your child has their own individual login so please contact Kathryn WhartonDarke (head of maths) at the school kwhartondarke@southbrook.devon.sch.uk if you do not know what this is. 
Use the following template to make a Roman Numeral Clock face
Making a Roman Numeral Clock Face
Then either complete the following online homework
Or this extension worksheet building on the skills from yesterday. 
4 
This last session of the week is going to be looking at some functional skills around money looking at number skills in a problem solving context.
The challenge cards are designed to encourage the pupils to look at different combinations of coins and to focus them on the idea that there are LOTS of answers – not just one way! It encourages perseverance, resilience and curiosity. Having real change for pupils to handle is often helpful so if you have some please do get this out for them to use. Alternatively play money or you can download pictures of coins from this worksheet: 
Try these worksheets
Choose one of the following challenge cards from this differentiated pack

Maths Orange Home Learning Plan
Week commencing 04/05/2020
Intended outcomes:
For pupil to be more confident in understanding, relating and using systems of measurement in their everyday lives and within mathematical problems.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Measure, compare, add and subtract: lengths (m/cm/mm); mass (kg/g); volume/capacity (l/ml)
 Convert between different units of measure
 Measure and calculate the perimeter of a rectilinear figure
Session 
General Notes 
Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
1 
This week it will be useful for you to gather some containers and equipment to measure things with – To include: Measuring jug Ruler Scales
Today’s activity involves making our own set of scales and for this you will need · 2 pots/cups · a coat hanger · string

Measuring and comparing quantities. Activity 1: make your own balance scales! Watch these video clips to show you how to make your own set of balance scales: …weighs the same as ….is heavier than…. …is lighter than… Using you homemade scales write at least three sentences (you can do more if you like!) comparing the mass of different objects. Here’s some ideas of things around the house you could use: · Shampoo bottle · Soap · Fruit · Crayons · Building bricks · Toy cars · Pack of playing cards · Mobile phone · Stones from the garden · Toy figures · Toy food Here’s two sentences from the objects I used in the video: The marble is heavier than the pen. One big marble weighs the same as 7 small marbles.
You can use this writing paper to help practice your handwriting skills too.
If you don’t have this equipment then have a go at this interactive lesson on measuring weight: Extension: Converting between grams (g) and kilograms (kg) using a calculator. There are 1000g in 1kg. Example: 3000g = 3kg Because 3000 ÷ 1000 = 3 Example: 2.5kg = 2500g Because 2.5 x 1000 = 2500 Here’s two short video clips which go through this (in the video it shows you a noncalculator method for multiplication and division of 1000. HAVE A GO at this but you can also use a calculator if you want). Then there’s some questions on converting between kilograms and grams for you to try. Grams to Kilograms: Kilograms to grams: 
2 

Watch this video clip which reminds you about how to correctly use a ruler:
Now watch this video clip reminding you about the perimeter of a shape:
Now try this worksheet on perimeter. They are at different levels so choose the one which you feel is the right level for yourself. If you don’t have a ruler at home try this set of worksheets calculating perimeter And have a go at this interactive lesson: Now have some fun and look around your house and complete this Scavenger hunt measurement activity Additional: If you have a smart phone or watch then when you are out on your daily exercise, have a go at timing how long it takes you to walk or run a kilometre. Estimate first and then time yourself and see how close you are! Extension: Converting between centimetres (cm) and metres (m) using a calculator. There are 100cm in 1m. Example: 650cm = 6.5m Because 600 ÷ 100 = 6 Example: 4m = 400cm Because 4 x 100 = 400 Here’s two short video clips which go through this (in the video it shows you a noncalculator method for multiplication and division of 1000. HAVE A GO at this but you can also use a calculator if you want). Then there’s some questions on converting between centimetres and metres for you to try. Centimetres to metres Metres to Centimetres

3 

Today is about measuring capacity (liquid) so you will be using a measuring jug to measure out the following amounts of liquid. If you have it  it does make it easier to read the scales if you put a little food colouring in the water. · 500ml · 750ml · 50ml · 100ml · 300ml · 250ml
If you don’t have a measuring jug at home then try this interactive lesson: And/or try these measuring capacity worksheets Extension: Converting between litres (l) and millilitres (ml) using a calculator. There are 1000ml in 1l. Example: 8000ml = 8l Because 8000 ÷ 1000 = 8 Example: 4.5l = 4500ml Because 4.5 x 1000 = 4000 Here’s two short video clips which go through this (in the video it shows you a noncalculator method for multiplication and division of 1000. HAVE A GO at this but you can also use a calculator if you want). Then there’s some questions on converting between millimetres and litres for you to try. Millilitres to litres
Litres to millilitres 
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Measuring and converting Time 
Today is a fun activity to do with how many of something you can do in a minute! You will need something that can time a minute but you should be able to do this on a mobile phone. If you can’t do something on the sheet then make up your own challenge! Now watch this video on converting and using the 24hr clock and complete this worksheet on 
Week commencing 27/04/2020
Intended outcomes:
For pupils to be more fluent at using addition and subtraction skills, including using number bonds and other known facts in order to more effectively and efficiently solve problems in a variety of contexts.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Add and subtract numbers with up to 4 digits using the formal written methods of columnar addition and subtraction where appropriate
 Solve addition and subtraction twostep problems in contexts including money, deciding which operations and methods to use and why.
Session  General Notes  Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
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Today you need ordinary dice or alternatively use this interactive dice 
Playing the game closest to 1000:
If you have a miniwhiteboard or a chalk board that’s ideal as you can rub out and start over but otherwise a piece of paper is absolutely fine.
You can see it looks like an addition sum. The idea of the game is to get as close to 1000 as you can. Roll the dice and put the digit in one of the boxes. Take it in turns to roll the dice and make sure to put the numbers in the boxes as you go along and not all at the end! After 6 rolls you have made your sum so add the two numbers and see how close you are! Now try this Addition Word search 
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Click here for 
Warm up today are these puzzles. Don’t spend ages on them. 10 minutes to see how many you can do! Just use some scrap paper to play around with the numbers.
Now keep practicing those subtraction skills by having a go at this odd and even subtraction challenge. Again, you don’t have to print the worksheet – you can copy the questions from the computer if you want to save on paper! 
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Today is about word problems!

Warm up with these today: can you spot the mistake?
Next have a go at these Multistep Problems involving addition and subtraction. Finish off today with this online word problem game

4  Today is about context problems involving money! 
Warm up with this Running Total Worksheet.
Next have a go at these Problems involving Money. Remember you don’t have to print if you would like to save paper. You can just write the answers down on a piece of paper!
Try this coin cruncher game: 
Week commencing 20/04/2020
Intended outcomes:
Pupils begin to recognise and familarise themselves with the mathematics in the world around them through developing their understanding of properties of 3D shapes.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Identify and describe the properties of 3D shapes, including the number of edges, vertices and faces.
 Identify 3D shapes, including cubes and other cuboids, from 2D representations
Session  General Notes  Learning Activities/Web links/Worksheets 
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Key words:
Don't forget to expand the video's so you can view them more easily! 
Today we are thinking about 3D shape names and where we see them in our every day lives! Use this 3D Shape Mat to help with today's work. For this you will need a piece of paper and a pencil. First watch this video: Jot your answers down on the piece of paper and then watch this:
Now your task is to find your own examples of common 3D shapes from around your house. You can use this sheet to record your findings  either write them down, draw a picture or even better...get a photo! 
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Key words:
Vertices Faces Edges

Watch these video clips which go over what faces, edges and vertices are on 3D shapes.
Faces: Edges: Vertices
Now try this worksheet on identifying properties of 3D shapes.
And/or have ago at this mission game:

3  In this video the american artist calls a Cuboid a "rectangular prism". This is also correct but in the UK we use cuboid more commonly. 
Today is about having a go at recognising 2D representations of 3D shapes by having a go at drawing them yourselves! Check out this video then get a piece of paper and have a go yourself!
Here's an extension task on the wonderful NRICH website. 
4  Today we are going to do some work on time so that you continue to practice and develop functional skills each week too. 
Here is a worksheet with some mixed questions on Time.
And/or try these online games:
TIME MISSION (mixed questions)

Previous Weeks
Week commencing 13/04/2020
Intended outcomes:
To develop pupils broader number sense through exploring the differences between numbers, in different representations and contexts.
Specific objectives covered across the week:
 Read Roman numerals to 100 (I to C) and know that over time, the numeral system changed to include the concept of zero and place value.
 Solve number through practical problems (money)
Session  General Notes  Learning Acitvities/Web links/Worksheets 
1  There is no numeracy element of today’s session – this is about pupils gaining an understanding of the history of the number system to lay the ground work for introducing more detailed look at Roman Numerals 
Watch first 5 minutes of the following video
And also this video
Both have some interesting facts which you will need to complete the following ordering activity… Numbers through history 
2  Understanding Roman Numerals can be tricky. It might be worth going through the PowerPoint a couple of times and having it near when doing work to refer to. The worksheets attached to the activity are differentiated so choose one you feel is appropriate for how well they have understood the PowerPoint. 
Go through this power point on Roman numerals…
Complete the following worksheet:
Reading Roman Numerals up to 100 Differentiated activity sheets 
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Making a Roman Numeral Clock – focus on time.
Talk about what each of the hands mean and then, depending on your child’s ability, choose different times for them to show on the clock (if you don’t have split pins then just leave the hands loose so they can move them) and/or put different times on the clock and ask them to read the time.
Mymaths main password: Username: southbrook Password: brook Please note your child has their own individual login so please contact Kathryn WhartonDarke (head of maths) at the school kwhartondarke@southbrook.devon.sch.uk if you do not know what this is. 
Use the following template to make a Roman Numeral Clock face
Making a Roman Numeral Clock Face
Then either complete the following online homework
Or this extension worksheet building on the skills from yesterday. 
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This last session of the week is going to be looking at some functional skills around money looking at number skills in a problem solving context.
The challenge cards are designed to encourage the pupils to look at different combinations of coins and to focus them on the idea that there are LOTS of answers – not just one way! It encourages perseverance, resilience and curiosity. Having real change for pupils to handle is often helpful so if you have some please do get this out for them to use. Alternatively play money or you can download pictures of coins from this worksheet: 
Try these worksheets
Choose one of the following challenge cards from this differentiated pack
