Label the different types of graphs and charts and practise creating a bar chart.
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Practise working out the mode, median, mean and range from a table of data.
Answers to the Oxford Primary Illustrated Maths Dictionary activity sheets.
Use the pictogram graph to answer these maths questions.
Practise and identify fractions by labelling pizzas and drawing cakes.
Answers to the Oxford First Illustrated Maths Dictionary activity sheets.
Answer questions about these common maths terms.
Write the correct fraction next to each diagram and practise working out the fraction of a quantity.
Practise rounding sums of moneys and converting measurements containing decimals.
Identify and label these 2D and 3D shapes.
Label and measure obtuse, acute and right angles and identify the parallel and perpendicular objects.
Sort these units to show what they measure and identify which units should be used in context.
Match imperial units to the situations, and record the time using digital and analogue clocks.
Some shapes can be flat and some solid. Look at these shapes and sort them into the correct boxes.
Sort objects in order from lightest to heaviest and practise measuring with a ruler.
Bond Skills Times Tables for Key Stage 2 has been developed by Bond to firmly embed times tables knowledge of the core times tables, and introduces square and cube numbers, ensuring children are confident with the multiplication knowledge required by the National Curriculum for Key Stage 2.
Bond Skills Times Tables for Key Stage 1 has been developed by Bond to establish firm foundations with first times tables, ensuring children are confident with the multiplication tables knowledge required by the National Curriculum for Key Stage 1.
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