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Name Description
X3 tableHow many 3s in...
X10 tableX 10 table in order (Answer only needed)
X2 tableX 2 table in order (Answer only needed)
X3 tableX3 table in order (Answer only needed)
X4 tableX 4 table in order (Answer only needed)
X5 tableX5 table in order (Answer only needed)
X6 tableX6 table in order (Answer only needed)
X7 tableX7 table in order (Answer only required)
X8 tableX8 table in order ( Answers only required)
X9 tableX9 table in order (Answer only required)
X10 tableX10 table mixed (Answer only required)
X2 tableX2 table mixed (Answer only required)
X3 tableX3 table mixed ( Answer only required)
X4 tableX4 table mixed (Answer only required)
X5 tableX5 table mixed (Answer only required)
X6 tableX6 table mixed (Answer only required)
X7 tableX7 table mixed (Answer only required)
X8 tableX8 table mixed (Answer only required)
X9 tableX9 table mixed (Answer only required)
X10 table How many 10s in...
X2 tableHow many 2s in...
X4 tableHow many 4s in...
x5 tableHow many 5s in...
X6 tableHow many 6s in...
X7 tableHow many 7s in...
X8 tableHow many 8s in...
X9 tableHow many 9s in...
Doubling (1)Double the following (mainly single digits)
Doubling (2)Double the following (1 - 50)
Doubling (3)Double the following ( 1 - 100)
Doubling (4)Doubling decimals (Hint: if stuck...could you double the number without a decimal point then think where to insert it)
Halving (1)Halve the following (Even numbers to 20)
Halving (2)Even numbers to 100
Halving (3)Halving odd numbers. Remember: all answers for odd numbers will end with .5
Halving (4)Halving odd numbers to 100
Number bonds (1)Number bonds to 20 (Whole numbers)
Number bonds (2)Number bonds to 100 (whole numbers)
Number bonds (3)Number bonds to 10 (Decimals)
Number bonds (4)Number bonds to 100 using decimals
Fractions & Decimals (1)What is the decimal equivalent to the following common fractions ?(tenths and fifths)
Fractions & Decimals (2)What is the decimal equivilent to the following common fractions? (quarters, tenths and fifths)
Fractions of quantities (1)Remember: divide by the denominator (the number at the botton) then multiply by the numerator (the number at the top.
Fractions of quantities (2)Remember: divide by the denominator (the number at the botton) then multiply by the numerator (the number at the top) NO DECIMALS REQUIRED
Fractions of Quantities (3)Remember: divide by the denominator (the number at the botton) then multiply by the numerator (the number at the top) NO DECIMALS REQUIRED
Square numbers A square number is the product of a number being multiplied by itself.
Adding decimals to 10Practice using decimals to 10