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### 3 Reviews

- 4christomkins4 years agoReport
A really good homework activity that has been differentiated in two different ways. The learning will challenge children, and parents who want to be involved in homework, with very clear instructions.

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This one is note differentiated 3 ways as it was just used as a quick top up for my lowers in year 3. Easily differentiated - I will be adding another sheet in a few weeks with adding decimals.

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