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2 X TIMETABLES 1 x 2=2 2 x 2=4 3 x 2=6 4 x 2=8 5 x 2=10 6 x 2=12 7 x 2=14 8 x 2=16 9 x 2=18 10 x 2=20 11 x 2=22 12 x 2=24

3 X TIMETABLES 1 x 3=3 2 x 3=6 3 x 3=9 4 x 3=12 5 x 3=15 6 x 3=18 7 x 3=21 8 x 3=24 9 x 3=27 10 x 3=30 11 x 3=33 12 x 3=36

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MEASUREMENT Length 10 millimetres(mm) =1 centimetre(cm)

MEASUREMENT Length 100 centimetres(cm) =1 metre(m)

MEASUREMENT Length 1000 millimetres(mm) =1 metre(m)

MEASUREMENT Length 1000 metres (m) =1 kilometre(km)

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CAN YOU MATCH THE WORDS TO THE NUMERALS? Ninety nine thousand six hundred and fifty four 99654 19654 96654

CAN YOU MATCH NUMERALS TO THE WORDS? 198 789 One hundred and ninety eight thousand seven hundred and eighty nine One hundred thousand seven hundred and eighty nine

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ROMAN NUMERALS Write Thirty one as a Roman Numeral

FACTORS A whole number that divides exactly into another whole number is called a factor of that number. 20÷ 4=5 So, 4 is a factor of 20 as it divides exactly into 20

PLACE VALUE 9 1 4 8 How many…. How many hundreds of thousands? Tens of thousands? Thousands Hundreds? Ones? 4 5

ADDITION + Addition is increasing the value of a number by adding two or more numbers together.

If Sammy had 1580 cupcakes to sell at her fundraising stall and sold a total of 1332 of them, how many did Sammy have left?

In May Lucy earned a total of $968. 00 and received a total of $478. 50 in bonuses, how much did she earn in May?

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