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of symmetry.

1 Copy 
this page
and cut
out each copy
shape. a b
Find all the lines
of symmetry.
See how many
different ways
you can fold
each shape in
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half. Then draw
in all the lines
of symmetry on
the shapes on c d
this page.

Space, Shape, Position:

Working with
2 Use the line offractions
symmetry and–afractions of each
ruler to complete a collection
shape.

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3 Shade 4 on these grids and complete the statements:


                        

                        

a       b       c            

                        

                        

8 ÷ 4 = 2 12 ÷ 4 = 3 16 ÷ 4 = 4
                        

1 of = 1 of 12 = 1 of 16 =
8 2 3 4
4 4 4
                        

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4 Shade 5 on these grids and complete the statements:
                       
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a b c
                        

                        

10 ÷ 5 = 2 15 ÷ 5 = 3 20 ÷ 5 = 4
                        

Fractions,
1 of decimals
5 10 = 2 and percentages
1 of
5 15 = 3 – relating
1 of tenths,
5 20 = 4
hundredths and decimals
Shade
55 Find thethe fractions
fractions of on thenumbers:
these grid and show them as hundredths and decimals:
1 1
aa 1 of 8 2= 4 b 1 of 12 = b
3 4 c 1 of 9 = 3
2 4 3

d 1 of 15 = 3 50 e 1 of 16 = 2 f 1 of 20
25= 5
5 = = 0.85 4= = 0. 25
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6 Complete this picture to show that 3 of these boys are wearing hats:
1 1
c 5 d 10 First work
out what
1 of 6 is
3
20 then times
10
by 2.
= = 0. 2 = = 0. 1
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6 Express these common fractions as hundredths and as decimals:


Multiplication facts – 3 and 6 times tables
4 Match the answers to the questions. Each answer has two matching questions.

4 × 6 16 × 3 3 × 8 3 × 10 8 × 6

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1 Write the numbers which are above each problem in the correct place:

3 × 4 2 × 3 5 × 6 6 × 2 1 × 6
a 4 3 9 b 8 3 3 2

Multiplication and Division:


3 6 2 8 6 5
5 Complete the cross number puzzle:
+ 4 3 7 – 4 3 2
1 2 Across Down
4 2 7
7 9 9 2. 9 × 3 4 1. 83 × 6 3
3 4
1 8 6 3. 3 × 6 4. 10 × 6
5 6 6. 5 × 6 5. 9 × 6
5 3 0
c 6 5 1 8. 7d × 6 3 6.
6 6 × 76
7
2 4 6 7. 4 × 6
8 6 39 5 10 5 9. 66 × 3 7
4 2 1 2
10. 7 × 3
+ 2 1 3 – 3 2 4
8 1
8 4 8 2 4 3

Addition and Subtraction:


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6 Solve
What these.
numberThe
amsame symbol
I? I am in themeans the
3 times same4 number.
table, times table and 6 times table.
I’m not 12.
Telling
a time– 3digital
 b 6 2 9
I am 24

Digital +time is 4


 read
always +
as minutes past the hour.  1 
This digital1time
0 could
8 9be read
or eight twenty four.
 as= 245minutes past 8 1 1 08 : 24
4 4 = 5
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1 Write the times that these digital clocks are showing:


c  8  d  4 1

a 033: 49
– 2 b 05 : 08 c – :2483
02 d 04 : 36
1  2  = 4 3 0 6  = 5
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49 past ____
3 ____
8 past ____
5 ____
48 past ____
2 ____
36 past ____
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Time:
2 Draw the times on the clockAddition
faces and show the digital time below:
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a half past nine b twenty Copyright
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c ten past four d SERIES
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past six

0 9 :3 0 0 1 :2 0 0 4 :1 0 0 6 :1 5

3 Complete the table to match how we say digital time to what it means:

Digital time How we say it What it means