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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

A Voluntary Academy

Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero

Tuesday 29th November

Tuesday 29th November


Good morning!


Silent reading / chance to get a book quiz done?


Any letters to hand in?


LO: To calculate with multiples of 10, 100, 1000 - multiplying


Prepare for Learning


  1. What do you know about what happens to the digits in numbers, when you multiply them by 10?  100? 1000?
  2. Can you multiply these numbers by 10?  100? 1000?
  • 2
  • 7
  • 8
  • 12
  • 134


Present New Information

  1. Look at this calculation.   3 X 2 = 6.
  2. How can this help us to solve 3 x 20?
  3. Look at question 1 on the sheet.  Discuss Mo's method in pairs and then discuss as a class and complete the 3 questions together.
  4. Look at question 2 on the sheet. Use it to ensure you understand the method.  Complete together.
  • To multiply by 30, you do  NUMBER x 3 x 10.
  • To multiply by 400, you do  NUMBER x 4 x 100.
  • To multiply by 5000, you do  NUMBER x 5 x 1000.



Do these as fast as you can, in pairs if you wish.  This is a perfect time to check if you understand.

  1. How would you do?


  • 5 x 10?
  • 5 x 100?
  • 5 x 200?
  • 5 x 300?
  • 50 x 10?
  • 50 x 100?
  • 50 x 200?
  • 50 x 300?
  • How would we do 500 x 300?
  • How would 5 x 3 help us?


Apply and review

  1. Choose your difficulty.
  2. You may work on the sheet, but it must be trimmed, or folded and glued vertically. 
  3. Mark the work in groups. You could read silently until your group is called for marking.
  4. Note for adult: The answer sheet has more answers than you need and some questions were added and are not on the answer sheet. 


  1. Get a laptop and your maths book. Go to the scores sheet from last week and have a go at these websites.

Revision Websites








Factors and multiples


Divisibility Rules


Divisibility Rules


Prime numbers


Prime numbers


Prime numbers


Prime numbers


Prime numbers




10.45 - 12.05: Play Reheasrsal with Mrs Smith


12:15 - 13:15 Lunch


13.15: Reg / Silent Reading


13.30 - 14.30


  1. Get your sketch book, a pencil, a piece of A5 paper and a black ink handwriting pen (metal cupboard, half way down, cylinder pot)
  2. Use the video link below to watch the art tutorial.
  3. He gives us some helpful advice about drawing our own work...what is it?
  4. Now, watch it again, joining in with the activity in your sketch book.
  5. Fold the A5 paper in half to make an A6 sized card.
  6. Repeat the activity, to make a winter scene Christmas card.  
  7. Write your message in the card and who it is from.  Your card will be put in our class advent calendar so could be given to anyone in the class.


14.30 - 15.10: Play rehearsal with Mrs Smith and Sycamore Class

Pen & Ink Drawing Tutorials | How to draw a winter landscape