Homework materials

# Year 4 Maths Homework

It is often easy to forget that for many parents, homework is the only picture they get of what their child does at school. We have therefore put a great deal of effort into writing suitable, fun and home-friendly activities for children and parents to share together. Children will benefit and so will parents and teachers!

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Use known number facts to add up columns of 3-digit numbers, thus creating a simple arithmetic trick!

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Car number chase

Practise adding to the next thousand by playing a simple game with car registration numbers.

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Chain mail

Practise multiplication, addition and halving skills by playing a number chain game.

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Divide and rule!

Practise division and multiplication skills by playing a simple dice game.  Find remainders after division.

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Double or quit

Practise doubling numbers by breaking the number down into hundreds, tens and units and doubling each part.

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Durer's magic square

Practise division and multiplication skills by playing a simple dice game.  Find remainders after division.

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How many days old?

Understand relationships between units of time by calculating own ages in days!

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Long and short of TV

Calculate using times of programmes on TV.

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Prime targets

Identify prime numbers on a number grid.  Practise multiplication tables.

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Seasonal shapes

Understand the different properties of shapes such as length of sides, number of right angles and symmetry by arranging a selection of shapes to make different seasonal shapes.

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Tallest, highest, smallest...

Look at units of measurement and convert to different units by comparing amazing number facts.

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Telephone number difference!

Use basic addition and subtraction skills to find the difference between numbers by a simple game with telephone numbers.

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Times eleven!

Explore arithmetic patterns by calculating a simple number trick using x11.