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Homework

Spring 2 Week 1 - due Friday 8th March 2019

English
In your most beautiful, joined-up handwriting, please write . Please write 4 sentences using your spelling words and using coordinating (FANBOYS) and subordinating (AWHITEBUS) conjunctions. Please make sure your full-stops and capital letters are perfect.  Also, make sure that your spellings are correct (use a dictionary or check with someone if you are unsure).

Calculations
Choose a section. Copy and calculate the answers on the next page. (Make sure you show your working out and it is presented neatly). Think carefully about how to work out missing numbers.

A

B

C

1. 30.14 + 3.01 =

2. _____ + 263 = 730

3. 15 + 25 =

 

4. 46.1 – 7.3 =
5. 88.12  - ______ = 13.01
6.
47  -  27 =

 

7. 27 x 5 =

8. 15 x 89 =

9. 23 x 67 =

 

10. 864 ÷6 =

11. ______ ÷6 = 32

12. 924 ÷ 3   =

1. 300.14 + 3.001 =

2. _____ + 2683 = 73000

3. 110 + 35 =

 

4. 46.00 – 7.39 =
5. 88  - ______ = 13.01
6.
68  -  216 =

 

7. 278 x 15 =

8. 37 x 897 =

9. 124 x  27 =

 

10. 8640 ÷6 =

11. ______ ÷6 = 320

12. 9321  ÷  5  =

1. 300 + 30.01 =

2. _____ + 2063 = 12730

3. 120 + 415 =

 

4. 4000 – 700.3 =
5. 808 - ____ = 130.01
6.
2840  -  110 =

 

7. 2794 x 59 =

8. 1584 x 89 =

9. 321  x  128 =

 

10. 8649 ÷6 =

11. ______ ÷6 = 32.14

12. 284  ÷  27  =

Tables Race
Set the timer. Complete the grid below, multiplying the numbers in the left column by the numbers across the top. Stop the timer when you are done.  Check your answers.  Write down your total of correct answers and your time at the bottom of your sheet.

X

2

8

6

9

10

7

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

 

 

 

 

 


Time: __________ minutes __________ seconds    

Score:         ___________ out of 36     

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