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- Write the correct symbol (<, > or =) in each box to make the statements correct:

12 x 12 ☐ 14 x 10

80 ÷ 20 ☐ 90 ÷ 30

240 ÷ 6 ☐ 270 ÷ 9

800 x 5 ☐ 70 x 50 - Sophia has the digit cards 6, 7 and 5. She makes a 2-digit number and a 1-digit number. She multiplies them together. Her answer is a multiple of 10. What could Sophia’s multiplication be?
- A farmer is packing eggs in boxes of 6. She has 980 eggs to pack. How many boxes can the farmer fill using 980 eggs? How many boxes will she need to hold all 980 eggs?
- Shaula calculates 1252 ÷ 14. She says, ‘There’s no remainder in the answer!’ Do you agree with her?

**Day 1**

Apply knowledge of multiples and factors to solve mental multiplication and divisions. Solve missing number problems and find products of 3 numbers.

**Day 2**

Use written multiplication (short and long), both in straight calculations and in contexts.

**Day 3**

Short division by 1-digit numbers, writing remainders as fractions.

Short division by 3 to 12, writing remainders as fractions and as decimals.

**Day 4**

Use long division, both in straight calculations and in context.

Divide 3-digit numbers by 13 and 14.

**Day 1**

Multiplication and division facts, including word problems.

**Day 2**

Find fractions of amounts.

**Day 3**

Practise telling the time. Draw hands on clocks to show given times.

- Use only the numbers 5, 35 and 7 to make a different number sentence each time:

☐ x ☐ = 35

☐ x ☐ = ☐

☐ ÷ ☐ = ☐ - Ajay has 70p in 10p coins. How many 10p coins does Ajay have?
- Samar has 30p in 5p coins. How many 5p coins does Samar have?
- Lucca has 18p in 2p coins. How many 2p coins does Lucca have?
- Write the missing number to make this correct.

1/4 of 16 = 1/2 of ☐ - Demi had some cherries. She ate half of them. She had 11 cherries left. How many cherries did she start with?

**Day 1**

2, 5 and 10 times tables (*pre-requisite skills*)

**Suggested for Day 2**

Count up in 1/4s (*simmering skills*)

**Suggested for Day 3**

Read temperatures on a thermometer (*simmering skills*)

**Day 1**

Lowest common multiples and common factors (*pre-requisite skills*).

**Day 2**

8, 80, 800 and 8000 × and ÷ facts (*pre-requisite skills*).

**Suggested for Day 3**

Recognise prime numbers to at least 19 (*simmering skills*).

**Suggested for Day 4**

Square numbers to 144 (*simmering skills*).