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Year 4 Maths Homework

For many parents, homework is the only picture they get of what their child does at school. For this reason, Hamilton have 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!

The activities rehearse core numeracy skills that you may wish children to practise or keep on the boil. Read our maths homework blog for more advice about using them.

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£20 to spend around

Practise solving money problems by spending an imaginary £20 in a shop or catalogue.

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Amazing ages

Understand that patterns occur in calculation and can be used as a means of checking our working. Divide the ages of family members by nine.

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Counting cash

Practise money skills and coin recognition by sorting coins and making different amounts of money in a variety of ways.

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Even times

Explore patterns between odd and even numbers by looking at displays on digital clocks.

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Fair share

Apply division and multiplication skills by playing a simple game with counters.

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Multiplying moves

Practise tables facts and use mental maths skills to play a number puzzle game.

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One, two, three, four, five

Carry out addition and subtraction and understand the number patterns produced by playing a game with a partner. Identify numbers that divide by five.

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Pounds and pence

Use shopping receipts to practise a number of key skills including the concept of tens and units and the notion of prices and change.

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Ton telegram

Derive pairs of numbers that add up to 100 by looking at birth dates and times to 100th birthdays!

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Volts Venn diagram

Collect and organise data on household electrical items onto a Venn diagram.

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What's the rule

Recognise outcomes of sums for pairs of odd or even numbers and write codes for them.

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Write the rest

Understand the relationship between multiplication and division by writing multiplication sentences for 'tricky' multiplications.