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**Day 1**

Add 1-digit numbers to 3-digit numbers using number facts and ‘Target the 10’ strategies, including bridging through 10s and 100s.

**Day 2**

Subtract 1-digit numbers from 3-digit numbers using number facts and bridging: through 10s and 100s.

**Day 1 **

Solve word problems by counting on or back in 10s or 100s from 2-digit and 3-digit numbers.

**Day 2 **

Add and subtract near multiples of 10 from 2-digit and 3-digit numbers.

**Day 3**

Create word problems for addition and subtraction of multiples of 10s and 100s and near multiples of 10.

**Day 1**

Use expanded or compact addition to add two 3-digit numbers.

**Day 2**

Choose two 3-digit numbers from those given to target one of several given target numbers. Estimate and find exact totals.

**Day 3**

Use expanded or compact addition to add 3 or four 2-digit numbers.

**Day 4**

Choose three 2-digit numbers from those given to target one of several given target numbers. Estimate and find exact totals.

**Day 5**

Add 3 or four 2-digit numbers using compact addition.

**Day 1**

Subtract 2-digit numbers from 3-digit numbers, by counting up - using ‘Frog’.

**Day 2**

Subtract a pair of 3-digit numbers, using Frog.

**Day 3**

Calculate change from £5, £10 or £20 by counting up.

**Day 4**

Calculate admission price differences by counting up.

**Day 5**

Calculate the change from £20 or £100 by counting up.

**Day 1**

Round 2-digit numbers to the nearest 10; choose three or four of them to add up to approximate one of several target numbers.

**Day 2**

Round 3-digit numbers to the nearest 10; choose two or three of them to add up to approximate one of several target numbers.

**Day 3**

Round to the nearest pound to estimate each total. Then use column addition to ﬁnd the exact answer.

**Day 4**

Calculate the price of 2 items, and then the change from £5, £10 or £20.

**Day 1**

Add multiples or near multiples of 100. Choose a method to add a pair of 3-digit numbers.

**Day 2**

Find the missing ‘nearly number’ in 3-digit subtractions.