This week's homework will cover some of the key number fact areas that the children have been covering this term.

Number sequences:

Count on and back to complete the number sequences using your knowledge of the 2,4,5 and 10 times tables.

Number facts to 100

Count on in lots of tens to pair numbers together to make 100.

Doubling and halving

Double numbers to 20 by adding tens and then units. Halve numbers using knowledge of place value.

Statements

To show understanding of numbers, write 5 statements about the number 16. For example- '4 is a multiple of 16.'

Number sequences:

Count on and back to complete the number sequences using your knowledge of the 2,4,5 and 10 times tables.

Number facts to 100

Count on in lots of tens to pair numbers together to make 100.

Doubling and halving

Double numbers to 20 by adding tens and then units. Halve numbers using knowledge of place value.

Statements

To show understanding of numbers, write 5 statements about the number 16. For example- '4 is a multiple of 16.'