Name: Review Sheet 1 - Jan 07
There are 3 boxes for every statement. You are going to colour the first box red, yellow or green
The idea is that by end of the year, AT LEAST one box will be green for every statement
I know all my 'simple' number bonds and can do easy addition and subtraction sums in 5 seconds. For example: 7+ 8, 13 - 6…
I know my times tables and the divisions which go with them, (so I know that 6 x 8 = 48, and that 48 ÷ 6 = 8).
AND I can recall my tables and division facts inside 5 seconds
I can find the remainder for any division question which is no bigger than my tables knowledge. For example: 33 ÷ 7
I can multiply by multiples of 10. For example: 30 x 40, 20 x 30 x 100
I can multiply and divide any number by 10, 100 or 1000. For example: 304 ÷ 10, 0.27 x 100. I can do these in 10 seconds.
I know what a prime number is and I can tell you all the prime numbers up to 30
I know what a square number is and I can tell you all the square numbers up to 100
I know the difference between a factor and a multiple
When subtracting, I can spot when it is best to use a written method and when it is best to do the sum in my head. For example: 4277 - 1998 is best done in my
head, but 4277 - 1865 is best done with a written method.
I know the fractions, decimals and percentage equivalents for a half, quarter, three quarters, all the fifths and all the tenths. I can give these answers inside 10
I have a reliable written method WHICH I AM HAPPY USING and which I do not mess up in test conditions.
Addition Subtraction Multiplication
Shape, Space and Measures and Time
I know what perimeter is.
I can find the perimeter of any shape by adding the sides, including when the shape has been drawn on squared paper
I know what area is
I can count squares to find the area of any shape, including situations where I need to 'pair up' pieces of square to make a whole one.
I can find the area of a rectangle when it is drawn on plain paper
I can find the missing information on a rectangle, given any combination of area, perimeter and side lengths
I can measure a line to the nearest mm
I know how to convert between grams and kilograms, cm and metres, mm and cm, litres and ml
I know the names of all the shapes up to 10 sides, (pentagon, hexagon…)
I know the names of the 3 types of triangle and what each triangle has which makes it different from the others
I can tell the time on an analogue, (with hands), watch or clock and turn it into digital
I can work out time differences
I can read timetables
I can find the missing side on a shape given the lengths of the other sides
I can break a shape into rectangles and find the area of each bit, then add them up to find the area of the whole shape
I can solve any type of 'empty box' problem with a calculator, no matter what type it is, (+, -, X or ÷). It also does not matter where the empty box is in the sum or if
someone has tried to confuse me by putting the equals sign on the left rather than on the right
I can use function machines both forwards and backwards
I can read simple bar charts, even when the bars to not land on the lines. I can use my skills of estimation to take a reading
I can read from line graphs and scatter graphs, again even when the point I am looking at is not exactly on a marked line.
I can read a question carefully and pick out all the important bits
I can give an explanation to a problem without going on and on. For example: Those sorts of questions which say "… is Bobby right? Yes or No, explain your decision"
I can check my work carefully. For example: If I have a box sum, I will enter my answer to see if it is correct. Or, if I am giving a list of possible results, I will check that I
have given all the possible answers without leaving any out or repeating myself.
I can plot co-ordinates and join them up to form a shape.
I can work out the missing co-ordinates on a shape or a line given the minimum amount of information possible.
USE ALL THE SKILLS HERE TO SOLVE PROBLEMS WHICH ARE WORDED, OR IN THE FORM OF DIAGRAM, CHART OR TABLE.