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Primary Scottish Christmas Activities – Primary Maths worksheet from Heinemann Active Maths

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Heinemann Active Maths is our new Primary Maths programme for Scotland, with the Curriculum for Excellence and active learning at its heart. ...

Heinemann Active Maths is our new Primary Maths programme for Scotland, with the Curriculum for Excellence and active learning at its heart.
Take a look at this free Christmassy Maths activity taken from one of the Heinemann Active Maths Second Level Exploring Number Pupil Books. Perfect for Scottish Primary Teachers to use as a fun, festive, end-of-term activity.
Get more fantastic, free Christmas games and activities for your Primary class, including a French song, a wintry tale and much more, simply visit http://www.pearsonschoolsandfecolleges.co.uk/Primary/GlobalPages/PrimaryChristmas2010/PrimaryChristmas2010.aspx

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    • AT 2.1 Exploring number sequences Continue each sequence for five more steps. 1 15 2 40 65 15 30 45 3 11 4 22 33 144 132 120 5 16 6 32 48 8 15 22 7 38 8 32 26 17 22 27 Find the smallest positive number that could have started each sequence. 9. Difference is 1 5. 2, 1 7, 3 2, … 9 ..., 32, 47, 62, 77, ... 10 ..., 17, 22, 27, ... 11 ..., 22, 28, 34, ... 12 ..., 19, 25, 31, ... 13 ..., 23, 27, 31, ... 14 ..., 38, 43, 48, ... 15 ..., 29, 32, 35, ... 16 ..., 31, 34, 37, ... In which of the following sequences does the number 272 occur: counting on in 17s from 0 or in 18s from 0? Write two more sequences starting at 0 that contain the number 272. I can describe the rule of a pattern which goes up or down in equal steps4 From Heinemann Active Maths Second Level Exploring Number Pupil Book 3 www.heinemannactivemaths.co.uk
    • AT 2.1Number sequencesFind the difference between the numbers in each sequence. Writethe missing numbers, and the next five numbers in each sequence.1 100, 89, 78, , 56, ... 2 4 1, , 3 2 , ... 3 3 1 13 52, , , ,62, , 7, ... 4 3.3, , , 3.6, ... 3 1 35 1 4 , ,3 4, , 4 4 , ... 6 4.2, , , 7.8, ... 2 27 4 3, , , 5 3 , ... 8 3.05, , , 3.08, ... Invent two missing number sequences, one using fractions, the other using decimals.These number sequences have been made by adding on 2-digitnumbers. The unit digits are the only numbers still showing.What could the step size be in each sequence? 9. Step size 2 5. 1 6, 4 1, 6 6, 9 1, …9 6, 1, 6, 1, ... 10 3, 7, 1, 5, 9, 3, 7, 1, ...11 8, 8, 8, 8, ... 12 9, 5, 1, 7, 3, 9, 5, ...There is more than one answer for these questions.Write 2 more possible step sizes for each sequence. I can describe the rule of a number sequence which goes up or down in equal steps 7From Heinemann Active Maths Second Level Exploring Number Pupil Book 3 www.heinemannactivemaths.co.uk