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Subtract large numbers using counting up

Maths
Y3

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.

Worksheets

Identify, describe and sort 3-D shapes

Maths
Y3

Day 1
Name and describe faces of 3-D shapes.

Day 2
Sort 3-D shapes into Carroll diagrams.

Day 3
Fill in missing information about faces, vertices and edges of prisms. Look for and describe patterns.

Worksheets

3-digit expanded and compact addition

Maths
Y3

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.

Worksheets

Fractions of amounts

Maths
Y3

Day 1
Find unit fractions of given numbers using division/ tables facts and equipment to support.

Day 2
Find non-unit fractions of given numbers using division/ tables facts and equipment to support.

Worksheets

Right angles as turns; angles in 2-D shapes

Maths
Y3

Day 1
Say where an arrow on a spinner will be after stated turns.

Day 2
Respond to true /false statements about angles, then questions about a diver’s turns.

Day 3
Use set squares (or corner of a piece of paper) to check which angles on shapes are right angles, more than a right angle or less than a right angle.

Day 4
Identify vertical, horizontal, perpendicular and parallel lines.