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Week Topic1Addition2Subtraction3Mental Maths4Multiplication5Division6Mental Maths7BIDMAS8Percentages9Mental Maths10Simplifying Fractions11Adding Fractions12Mental al Maths16Collecting Like terms17Substitution18Vocabulary and Directed Numbers19Word Based PuzzleAFL

Week 1 Maths – AdditionTimester Challenge1) 7 3 2) 12 8 3) 5 17 4) 13 14 5) 23 19 6) 26 27 7) 37 15 8) 26 19 9) 13 37 31385 3476 4863 264 253 8597 1) 3 x 0 2) 3 x 1 3) 3 x 2 4) 3 x 3 5) 3 x 4 6) 3 x 5 7) 3 x 6 8) 3 x 7 9) 3 x 8 10) 3 x 9 11) 3 x 10 12) 3 x 11 13) 3 x 12 14) 3 x 20 7309 4983 10046 943 43.43 5.63 35.92.453.5917.2 48.93 34.76 4.893 85.96 8.54 85.96 4.721.34756.3 5.627.359 85.96 10.546 2.65 5A Book costs 3.49 and a DVD costs 4.99. Miss Kerfoot wants to buy threebooks and two DVD’s for the library.a) How much will this cost?b) Mrs Evans only has 20 does she have enough and why?To improve I am going to

Week 2 Maths – subtractionTimester Challenge1) 19 – 5 2) 34 – 3 3) 39 – 12 4) 48 – 15 5) 74 – 9 6) 72 – 16 7) 74 – 12 8) 87 – 18 9) 56 – 27 1) 2 x 0 2) 2 x 1 3) 2 x 2 4) 2 x 3 5) 2 x 4 6) 2 x 5 7) 2 x 6 8) 2 x 7 9) 2x 8 10) 2 x 9 11) 2 x 10 12) 2 x 11 13) 2 x 12 14) 2 x 20 33426 – 1345 4693 - 265 8536 - 4537 7359 - 2563 10546 - 969 43.73 -5.36 -25.9 -2.453.9918.248.63-32.76 82.96-4.69 4728.397 --54. 385.96 – 6.84 86.8 –75.27 5.6210.846-2.64 5Mrs Finch is going on a time team mission and needs to buy some vitalequipment. She needs a trowel 7.49, bucket 11.56 and a tooth brush 1.57. She only has 20 is this enough?To improve I am going to

Week 3 Mental MathsTimester Challenge1) 3 x 5 2) 2 x 6 3) 4 x 3 4) 7 x 2 5) 3 x 9 6) 2 x 8 7) 3 x 11 8) 0 x 3 9) 2 x 5 10) 9 x 3 11)12)13)14)15)16)17)18)19)20)3x7 4x2 2x0 3 x 12 11 x 2 20 x 3 8x3 2x9 12 x 2 20 x 2 DefinitionSumTake AwayWrite down more words that mean the same as ‘sum’ and ‘takeway’To improve I am going to

Week 4 Maths – MultiplicationTimester Challenge1)2)3)4)5)4x0 4x1 4x2 4x3 4x4 4x5 4x6 4x7 4x8 1) 8 x 10 2) 16 x 10 3) 8 x 10 4) 103 x 100 5) 72 x 100 6) 23 x 10 6)7)8)9)7) 38 x 10 8) 24 x 1000 9)2.7 x 10 10) 4 x 9 11) 4 x 10 12) 4 x 11 13) 4 x 12 14) 4 x 20 41) 27 x 16 6) 536 x 63 2)53 x 48 3)64 x 28 4) 57 x 36 5)29 x 14 7) 429 x 17 8) 562 x 34 9) 243 x 47 10) 140 x 306 51) 3 x 0.5 6)2.6 x 0.1 2)6 x 0.5 7) 3.4 x 0.6 3) 3.4 x 0.25 4)0.25 x 0.25 5) 0.6 x 0.75 8 ) 0.12 x 0.5 9) 0.14 x 0.3 10) 0.26x0.3 5/6Miss Wilson wants to buy 6 pencils, 10 pens and 5 rulers for spare equipment.Pens cost 35p, pencils cost 12p and rulers cost 24p. Miss Bartram has 7, doesshe have enough. (Show all working out)To improve I am going to

Week 5 Maths – DivisionTimester Challenge1) 5 x 0 1) 42 6 2) 16 4 3) 56 7 2)3)4)5)4) 63 9 5) 72 8 6) 42 7 7) 35 5 8) 28 4 9) 66 6 6) 5 x 5 7) 5 x 6 8) 5 x 7 9) 5 x 8 10) 5 x 9 11) 5 x 10 12) 5 x 11 13) 5 x 12 14) 5 x 20 45x1 5x2 5x3 5x4 1) 121 11 2) 356 2 3) 98 2 4) 156 13 5) 196 14 6) 510 17 7) 483 23 8) 525 21 9) 540 3610) 450 25 51) 10 0.5 2)16 0.5 3) 16 0.25 4)32 0.25 5) 16 0.75 6)260 0.1 7) 34 0.1 8 ) 283 0.1 9) 2.4 0.1 10) 26 0.01 5/6Mr Doyle is arranging a school trip and has a budget of 350. Each child thatcomes costs 16. What is the maximum amount of pupils that could go on thetrip? (Show all working out)To improve I am going to

Week 6 Mental MathsTimester Challenge1) 3 x 9 2) 4 x 6 3) 4 x 3 4) 7 x 2 5) 3 x 9 6) 5 x 8 7) 3 x 12 8) 0 x 5 9) 4 x 5 10) 9 x 3 Tier wordsProduct11)12)13)14)15)16)17)18)19)20)4x7 4x2 5x0 5 x 12 11 x 5 20 x 5 8x4 4x9 12 x 4 20 x 4 DefinitionQuotientWrite down more words that mean the same as ‘product’ and‘quotient’To improve I am going to

Week 7 Maths – BIDMASTimester Challenge1) 3 4 x 2 2) 5 x 4 2 3) 70 – 3 x 5 4) 45 9 4 5) 15 7 x 6 6) 24 – 49 7 7) 2 x 16 4 8) 9 35 5 9) 36 – 10 4 41) (14 2)22) 20 223) (8 4) 3 224) 4 6 3 35)6 4 3 36)5 (2 3) 41) 6 x 0 2) 6 x 1 3) 6 x 2 4) 6 x 3 5) 6 x 4 6) 6 x 5 7) 6 x 6 8) 6 x 7 9) 6 x 8 10) 6 x 9 11) 6 x 10 12) 6 x 11 13) 6 x 12 14) 6 x 20 5Correct these questions by putting one or two sets of brackets in.1) 7 3 3 2 102)9 4 9 5 83) 7 4 9 3 84) 2 4 12 10 85)21 10 5 1 76)40 3 2 4 25/6Mr Dumican wants to find the largest number possible. Use all of thefollowing to write a single calculation whose answer is as large as possible: Each of the numbers 7, 8 and 9 (once only) Each of the operations and (only once) One pair of bracketsTo improve I am going to

Week 8 Maths – PercentagesTimester Challenge1) 50% of 1402) 10% of 1203) 50% of 2004) 10% of 705) 25% of 406) 1% of 1800cm7) 25% of 1208) 50% of 90m 9)1% of 240041) 7 x 0 2) 7 x 1 3) 7 x 2 4) 7 x 3 5) 7 x 4 6) 7 x 5 7) 7 x 6 8) 7 x 7 9) 7 x 8 10) 7 x 9 11) 7 x 10 12) 7 x 11 13) 7 x 12 14) 7 x 20 1) 35% of 802) 45% of 1203) 3% of 120m4) 12% of 3600cm5) 5% of 3206) 75% 48cm7) 23% of 150m8)17.5% of 50051) Increase 40 by 20%2) Increase 24 by 75%3) Decrease 88 by 10%4) Decrease 320 by 20%5) Increase 458 by 35%6Miss Kerfoot went to Disney Land Paris and wanted to by a Buzz Lightyear lazergun.Each gun cost 45, however there was a 20% sale. How much do the ears costin the sale?To improve I am going to

Week 9 Mental MathsTimester Challenge1) 4 x 9 2) 7 x 6 3) 4 x 7 4) 7 x 2 5) 6 x 9 6) 5 x 8 7) 7 x 7 8) 6 x 5 9) 4 x 6 10) 9 x 7 Tier wordsIncrease11)12)13)14)15)16)17)18)19)20)8x7 4x8 5x0 5 x 12 11 x 7 20 x 7 3x4 4x9 2x6 20 x 6 DefinitionDecreaseWrite down more words that mean the same as ‘increase’ and‘decrease’To improve I am going to

Week 10 Maths – Simplifying FractionsTimester ChallengeWhat is the fraction shaded in on each grid?41) 8 x 0 2) 8 x 1 3) 8 x 2 4) 8 x 3 5) 8 x 4 6) 8 x 5 7) 8 x 6 8) 8 x 7 9) 8 x 8 10) 8 x 9 11) 8 x 10 12) 8 x 11 13) 8 x 12 14) 8 x 20 Simplify the following fractions5Convert these improper fractions to mixed numbers5Mr Burgess has a bag. In his bag there are pink and blue balls.a)What is the probability of choosing a pink?To improve I am going to

Week 11 Maths – Adding fractionsTimester Challenge1)2)3)4)5)6)7) 9 x 6 8) 9 x 7 9) 9 x 8 10) 9 x 9 11) 9 x 10 12) 9 x 11 55107384392884713) 9 x 12 14) 9 x 20 51459x0 9x1 9x2 9x3 9x4 9x5 67566Mrs Morgan is putting together a piece of music. Each bar needs 8 notesHow many notes are needed for 9 bars?To improve I am going to.

Week 12 Mental MathsTimester Challenge1)2)3)4)5)6)7)8)9)10)4x9 7x9 8x7 7x2 6x8 5x8 7x7 9x5 4x7 9x8 Tier wordsSimplify11)12)13)14)15)16)17)18)19)20)8x3 4x7 8x0 9 x 12 11 x 7 20 x 7 7x6 4x3 9x6 20 x 9 DefinitionDenominatorWrite down 5 different fractions that are bigger than one half but lessthan 1To improve I am going to

Week 13 Maths – Fractions-Decimals-PercentagesTimester ChallengeWhat percentage and fraction is shaded in each of the following.Percentage Fraction41) 10 x 0 2) 10 x 1 3) 10 x 2 4) 10 x 3 5) 10 x 4 6) 10 x 5 7) 10 x 6 8) 10 x 7 9) 10 x 8 10) 10 x 9 11) 10 x 10 12) 10 x 11 13) 10 x 12 14) 10 x 20 Complete the following table (converting between fraction, decimal and percentages)150%1100.50.720.252%20%5Complete the following table (converting between fraction, decimal and percentages)11010%0.1130.350.12511.5%80.5%Mr Tsang looks at three different pupils test results. Pupil a scores9/10, pupil b scores 16/20 and pupil c scores 13/15.To improve I am going to5

Week 14 Maths – RatioTimester ChallengeWrite these ratios in there simplest form1) 2:42) 6:93) 6:84) 10:155) 25:506) 20:507) 33:778) 18:279) 8:1651) Share 50into the ratio2:3.2) Share 24into the ratio3:1.3) Share 48into the ratio1:2.1) 11 x 0 2) 11 x 1 3) 11 x 2 4) 11 x 3 5) 11 x 4 6) 11 x 5 7) 11 x 6 8) 11 x 7 9) 11 x 8 10) 11 x 9 11) 11 x 10 12) 11 x 11 13) 11 x 12 14) 11 x 20 4) Share 18into the ratio1:5.5) Share 35into the ratio2:5.51) There are 32 sweetsin total. Mr Travis has 3times as many sweets toMrs Hill. How manysweets do they bothhave?2) Both Robyn and Benplay football. Ben scores3 times as many goals asRobyn. Ben scores 21goals, how many doesRobyn score?3) Homer wants to share 65between Bart, Lisa andMaggie. Lisa gets 3 times asmuch as Maggie. Bart getstwice as much as Lisa. Howmuch do they each get?Mrs Thomas wants to make a sugary treat. To make sugar syrup, 150gramsof sugar is mixed with 250ml of water.a) How many grams of sugar are mixed with 1000ml of water?b) How much water is mixed with 150 grams of sugar?To improve I am going to6

Week 15 Mental MathsTimester Challenge1) 4 x 9 2) 11 x 9 3) 8 x 7 4) 7 x 2 5) 9 x 8 6) 5 x 10 7) 7 x 10 8) 9 x 5 9) 4 x 11 10) 9 x 11 Tier wordsNumerator11)12)13)14)15)16)17)18)19)20)8 x 11 11 x 7 8 x 10 9 x 12 11 x 7 20 x 7 7 x 12 4 x 12 12 x 6 20 x 9 DefinitionEvaluateWrite down five different improper fractions that are greater than 1 butless than 2To improve I am going to

Week 16 Maths – Collecting like termsTimester Challenge1) 12 x 0 2) 12 x 1 3) 12 x 2 4) 12 x 3 5) 12 x 4 6) 12 x 5 7) 12 x 6 8) 12 x 7 9) 12 x 8 10) 12 x 9 11) 12 x 10 How many of each object is there?4To find the next term add the two bricks below3)12) 12 x 11 13) 12 x 12 14) 12 x 20 54)2)5To find the next term add the two bricks below1)2)3)4)Miss Westwell asked the students to simplify 7x -2z y 3z –xPupil a said 6x y – z Pupil b said 5x 8y – 5z Pupil c said 6x y zWhich student has the correct answer and can you tell what the mistakeswere?To improve I am going to

Week 17 Maths – SubstitutionTimester Challenge41) 15 x 2 2) 15 x 3 3) 15 x 4 4) 15 x 5 5) 25 x 2 6) 25 x 3 7) 25 x 4 8) 25 x 5 9) 50 x 2 10) 50 x 3 11) 50 x 4 12) 50 x 5 If a 4 find the value of1) 3a2) 4a 23) 5 2a4)14 – 3a5)12a – 96)a27) a38)3a29) 2a2 410) 9a a26If m 5 and n 2 find the value of1) 2m 3n2) 3m-5n3) 3mn4)2m-5n5)mn 46)2mn - 157) m2 -3n8)2mn 3n9) 3m2 – 2n310) 4n3 – m26Mr Denton says 2x –y can never be equal to y – 2x, however Mrs Morris saysthey are equal if x 3 and y 6. Can you find another pair of values for whichthese two expressions are equal?What is the rule for finding them?To improve I am going to

Week 18 Maths – Vocabulary and Directed NumbersTier wordsSubstitutePowerDefinition

Week 19 Maths – Word Based Puzzle

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Year 7 & 8 Numeracy Workbook. Week Topic AFL 1 Addition 2 Subtraction 3 Mental Maths 4 Multiplication 5 Division 6 Mental Maths 7 BIDMAS 8 Percentages 9 Mental Maths 10 Simplifying Fractions 11 Adding Fractions 12 Mental Maths 13 Fractions-Decimals-Percentages 14 Ratio 15 Mental Maths 16 Collecting Like terms 17 Substitution 18 Vocabulary and Directed Numbers 19 Word Based Puzzle. Week 1 Maths .

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