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Day 1 Multiplication grid

Day 2 Rectangles colouring

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Day 5 Calculator Capers 1

· Use your calculator to find the answers to the following questions.

3 x 3 =

33 x 33 =

333 x 333 =

3333 x 3333 =

· Using the results above, can you predict the answer to the following calculation?

33333 x 33333 =

· Use your calculator to find the answers to the following questions.

6 x 6 =

66 x 66 =

666 x 666 =

6666 x 6666 =

· Using the results above, can you predict the answer to the following calculation?

66666 x 66666 =

· Use your calculator to find the answers to the following questions.

9 x 9 =

99 x 99 =

999 x 999 =

9999 x 9999 =

· Using the results above, can you predict the answer to the following calculation?

99999 x 99999 =

Words from numbers

The ________ is a very important book.

48450 ÷ 6

(62 x 5) + 7

I’m not going to ________ to you, Adam did it!

40 ÷ 99

(25 x 2564) – 6382

(250 x 140) + 7

That Amanda is a

Day 5 Calculator Capers 3

Stickers Maze

1. Use different coloured pencils to trace at least three different routes through the maze of rooms. Each time write down the number of stickers collected in each room.

2. Use your calculator to find the total number of stickers for each route. Which was your best score?

3. Can you find another route that will beat your best score?

4. Can you find another route that will get fewer stickers than your lowest score?

Day 2 Rectangles colouring

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Day 5 Calculator Capers 1

· Use your calculator to find the answers to the following questions.

3 x 3 =

33 x 33 =

333 x 333 =

3333 x 3333 =

· Using the results above, can you predict the answer to the following calculation?

33333 x 33333 =

· Use your calculator to find the answers to the following questions.

6 x 6 =

66 x 66 =

666 x 666 =

6666 x 6666 =

· Using the results above, can you predict the answer to the following calculation?

66666 x 66666 =

· Use your calculator to find the answers to the following questions.

9 x 9 =

99 x 99 =

999 x 999 =

9999 x 9999 =

· Using the results above, can you predict the answer to the following calculation?

99999 x 99999 =

Words from numbers

The ________ is a very important book.

48450 ÷ 6

(62 x 5) + 7

I’m not going to ________ to you, Adam did it!

40 ÷ 99

(25 x 2564) – 6382

(250 x 140) + 7

That Amanda is a

Day 5 Calculator Capers 3

Stickers Maze

1. Use different coloured pencils to trace at least three different routes through the maze of rooms. Each time write down the number of stickers collected in each room.

2. Use your calculator to find the total number of stickers for each route. Which was your best score?

3. Can you find another route that will beat your best score?

4. Can you find another route that will get fewer stickers than your lowest score?

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