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For our first week, we will be learning a new times table! By now, we are professionals at our 2, 5 and 10 times tables so now it is time to explore our 3's!

Complete the activities for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and make sure to send me your work on


Mrs Parkes x

Mental Maths Daily Warm-up

Fancy a challenge? Ask someone (a grown-up or sibling) to pick any number. Answer the following questions:


  • What is one more?
  • What is one less?
  • What is ten more?
  • What is ten less?
  • Can you count on from this number in 2's?
  • What other similar questions can you think of?


Do some counting in your 2's, 5's, 10's and 3's. Follow these links to warm your brains up:

Fluent in 5 - Spring Term

Please complete 1 page of your fluent in 5 booklet every day. Remember to use the methods we have taught you in class. Once complete ask a grown-up to check your answers. Don't worry about printing the booklet off, just use any paper you have to hand. 


Welcome to your first home learning lesson! Today, you will need to watch the videos (perhaps more than once) to learn your 3 times tables. Once you feel confident, could you write your times tables out? What is the largest number you can get to? There are additional activities for you to enjoy afterward. 

3 Times Tables - Have Fun Learning!

Three Times Table Song (Cover of Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars)

The Counting by Threes Song | Counting Songs | Scratch Garden


Can you make a multiplication flower for your 3 times tables? Put the number 3 in the middle and then the number you are multiplying it by above. There are lots of examples to help you. 

DIY How to make sun flower/ multiplication flower


On Friday's we will split into our 'Maths groups' for our arithmetic practice. If you are in my group then you should complete the first page of the arithmetic paper. I wonder if you could try any of the questions on page 2! If you are in Miss Wilks' Maths group then you should complete both pages of the arithmetic paper and if you are in Mrs Parker's group, then you can complete the paper and try the challenges below too! Make sure to use all of the methods we have been using in class (e.g. tens and ones). Check your work once you have finished.