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I'm currently developing a range of resources to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme.
White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Addition and Subtraction - Problem solving and reasoning
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White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Addition and Subtraction - Problem solving and reasoning

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A set of reasoning and problem solving worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 5, Autumn Block 2 (Addition and Subtraction), focusing on the first, second and fifth small step of adding and subtracting whole numbers with more than 4 digits and applying this knowledge to multi-step word problems. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to add and subtract 3 and 4 digit whole numbers, applying this knowledge to a range of different problem solving and reasoning situations. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to add and subtract 4 and 5 digit whole numbers, applying this knowledge to a range of different problem solving and reasoning situations. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to add and subtract 5 and 6 digit whole numbers, applying this knowledge to a range of different problem solving and reasoning situations. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions. These questions could be used as a whole, or cut up into strips of 4 questions for a shorter task. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Perimeter on a grid (Varied Fluency)
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Perimeter on a grid (Varied Fluency)

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A set of varied fluency worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 4, Autumn Block 3 (Length and Perimeter), focusing on the second small step of measuring perimeter on a grid. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to calculate the perimeter of squares and rectangles on a grid. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to calculate the perimeter of rectilinear shapes on a grid. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to calculate the perimeter of more complex shapes on a grid. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions with 2 examples of each question type. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only the first 4 questions are used, or given as more of a main activity with all 8 questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes

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A set of varied fluency worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 4, Autumn Block 3 (Length and Perimeter), focusing on the fourth small step of calculating perimeter of rectilinear shapes. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to calculate the perimeter of a rectilinear shape made up of 2 rectangles. Measurements are 1/2 digits in cm. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to calculate the perimeter of a rectilinear shape made up of 3 rectangles. Measurements are 2/3 digits in cm. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to calculate the perimeter of a rectilinear shape made up of 3 rectangles. Measurements are 2/3 digits, including numbers with one decimal place, in m. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only the first 4 questions are used, or given as more of a main activity with all 8 questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Adding two 4-digit numbers, No exchange (Reasoning and problem solving)
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Adding two 4-digit numbers, No exchange (Reasoning and problem solving)

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A set of reasoning and problem solving worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 4, Autumn Block 2 (Addition and Subtraction), focusing on the second small step of adding two 4-digit numbers together. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to add two 3-digit numbers with no exchanging. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to add two 4-digit numbers with no exchanging. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to add two 5-digit numbers with no exchanging. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions. These questions could be used as a whole, or cut up into strips of 4 questions for a shorter task. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Subtraction of two 4-digit numbers (Exchanging) Problem Solving
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Subtraction of two 4-digit numbers (Exchanging) Problem Solving

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A set of reasoning and problem solving worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 4, Autumn Block 2 (Addition and Subtraction), focusing on the sixth and seventh small step of subtracting two 4-digit numbers. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to subtract two 3-digit numbers with exchanging. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to subtract two 4-digit numbers with exchanging. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to subtract two 5-digit numbers with exchanging. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions. These questions could be used as a whole, or cut up into strips of 4 questions for a shorter task. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Place Value - Partitioning (Varied Fluency)
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Place Value - Partitioning (Varied Fluency)

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A set of varied fluency worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets are for Year 4, Autumn Block 1 (Place Value), focusing on the sixth small step of partitioning. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to partition 3-digit numbers using base-10. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to partition 4-digit numbers using place value coins. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to partition 4 and 5-digit numbers. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions, some broken down into parts (a,b,c,d etc.) with 4 different question types. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only set questions are used, or given as more of a main summary/practice activity with all questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated
White Rose Maths - Year 4- Spring Block 3 - Fractions - Equivalent Fractions (Varied Fluency and Problem Solving Bundle)
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White Rose Maths - Year 4- Spring Block 3 - Fractions - Equivalent Fractions (Varied Fluency and Problem Solving Bundle)

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A set of varied fluency and a set of problem solving and reasoning worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. Both sets of questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. These sets of worksheets are for Year 4, Spring Block 3 (Fractions), focusing on the second and third small steps of equivalent fractions. Details of how they have been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to identify equivalent fractions using a fraction wall as an aid. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to identify equivalent fraction families where the denominator is either 2,3,4,5 or 10, using diagrams as a visual. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to identify equivalent fraction families and complete equivalent fraction chains with more complex denominators. The varied fluency worksheets contain a total of 8 questions, some broken down into parts (a, b, c etc.) with 2 examples of each question type. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only the first 4 questions are used, or given as more of a main activity with all 8 questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. The problem solving and reasoning worksheets contain a total of 8 questions. These questions could be used as a whole, or cut up into strips of 4 questions for a shorter task. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Block 4 - Square and Cube Numbers (Problem Solving and Reasoning)
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White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Block 4 - Square and Cube Numbers (Problem Solving and Reasoning)

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A set of reasoning and problem solving worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets are for Year 5, Autumn Block 4 (Multiplication and Division), focusing on the fifth and sixth small step of square and cube numbers. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to calculate square and cube numbers up to 10x10 and 5x5x5 • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to calculate square and cube numbers up to 12x12 and 12x12x12 • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to calculate square and cube numbers up to and beyond 12x12 and 12x12x12 Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions. These questions could be used as a whole, or cut up into strips of 4 questions for a shorter task. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Block 4 - Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 (Problem Solving)
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White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Block 4 - Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 (Problem Solving)

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Two sets of varied fluency worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. These sets of worksheets are for Year 5, Autumn Block 4 (Multiplication and Division), focusing on the seventh and eighth small step of multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to multiply and divide whole numbers by 10 and 100. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to multiply and divide whole and decimal numbers by 10, 100 and 1000. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to multiply and divide whole and decimal numbers by 10, 100, 1000 and 10,000. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions, with 2 examples of each question type. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only the first 4 questions are used, or given as more of a main activity with all 8 questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Adding two 4-digit numbers (Exchanging) - Reasoning and problem solving
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Adding two 4-digit numbers (Exchanging) - Reasoning and problem solving

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A set of reasoning and problem solving worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 4, Autumn Block 2 (Addition and Subtraction), focusing on the third and fourth small step of adding two 4-digit numbers with exchanging. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to add two 3-digit numbers with exchanging. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to add two 4-digit numbers with exchanging. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to add two 5-digit numbers with exchanging. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions. These questions could be used as a whole, or cut up into strips of 4 questions for a shorter task. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Adding two 4-digit numbers (No exchanging)
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Adding two 4-digit numbers (No exchanging)

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A set of varied fluency worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 4, Autumn Block 2 (Addition and Subtraction), focusing on the second small step of adding two 4-digit numbers with no exchanging. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to add two 3-digit numbers with no exchanging. 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to add two 4-digit numbers with no exchanging. 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to add two 5-digit numbers with no exchanging. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions, some broken down into parts (a & b) with 2 examples of each question type. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only the first 4 questions are used, or given as more of a main activity with all 8 questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Addition and Subtraction of two 4-digit numbers (Exchanging)
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Addition and Subtraction of two 4-digit numbers (Exchanging)

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A set of varied fluency worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 4, Autumn Block 2 (Addition and Subtraction), focusing on the second to sixth small step of adding and subtracting two 4-digit numbers with exchanging. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to add and subtract two 3-digit numbers with exchanging. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to add and subtract two 4-digit numbers with exchanging. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to add and subtract two 5-digit numbers with exchanging. Each worksheet contains a total of 3 questions, each broken down into parts (a,b,c,d etc.) with 3 different question types. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only set questions are used, or given as more of a main summary/practice activity with all questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4- Block 3 - Perimeter (Problem Solving)
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White Rose Maths - Year 4- Block 3 - Perimeter (Problem Solving)

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A set of reasoning and problem solving worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 4, Autumn Block 3 (Length and Perimeter), focusing on the second, third and fourth small steps of calculating perimeter. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to calculate perimeter of squares, rectangles and rectilinear shapes made up of 2 rectangles. Measurements are either 1 or 2 digits and in cm. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to calculate perimeter of squares, rectangles and rectilinear shapes made up of 3 rectangles. Measurements are either 2 or 3 digits and in cm. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to calculate perimeter of squares, rectangles and rectilinear shapes made up of 3+ rectangles. Measurements are 2 or 3 digits, including decimals and in m. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions. These questions could be used as a whole, or cut up into strips of 4 questions for a shorter task. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Block 4 - Factors (Varied Fluency)
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White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Block 4 - Factors (Varied Fluency)

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A set of varied fluency worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 5, Autumn Block 4 (Multiplication and Division), focusing on the second small step of factors. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to find factors of numbers up to 30. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to find factors of numbers up to 100. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to find factors of numbers from 50-100 and beyond. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions, some broken down into parts (a, b,c etc.) with 2 examples of each question type. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only the first 4 questions are used, or given as more of a main activity with all 8 questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Block 4 - Multiply by 10, 100 and 1000 (Varied Fluency)
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White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Block 4 - Multiply by 10, 100 and 1000 (Varied Fluency)

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A set of varied fluency worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 5, Autumn Block 4 (Multiplication and Division), focusing on the seventh small step of multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to multiply whole numbers by 10 and 100. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to multiply whole and decimal numbers by 10, 100 and 1000. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to multiply whole and decimal numbers by 10, 100, 1000 and 10,000. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions, with 2 examples of each question type. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only the first 4 questions are used, or given as more of a main activity with all 8 questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Spring Block 1 - Efficient Multiplication (Varied Fluency)
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Spring Block 1 - Efficient Multiplication (Varied Fluency)

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A set of varied fluency worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 4, Spring Block 1 (Multiplication and Division), focusing on the fourth small step of efficient multiplication. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to use factor pairs, partitioning and addition and subtraction to efficiently multiply 2-digit numbers less than 30 by 2, 3 and 5. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to use factor pairs, partitioning and addition and subtraction to efficiently multiply 2-digit numbers more than 30 by numbers 1 up to 12. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to use factor pairs, partitioning and addition and subtraction to efficiently multiply 2-digit numbers more than 30 by numbers up 12 and beyond. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions, some broken down into parts (a, b, c etc.) with 2 examples of each question type. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only the first 4 questions are used, or given as more of a main activity with all 8 questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Adding and Subtracting 1s, 10s, 100s and 1000s
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Adding and Subtracting 1s, 10s, 100s and 1000s

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A set of varied fluency worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 4, Autumn Block 2 (Addition and Subtraction), focusing on the first small step of adding and subtracting 1s, 10s, 100s and 1000s. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to add and subtract 1s, 10s and 100s using concrete and pictorial representations. Moving onto more abstract methods. 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to add and subtract 1s, 10s, 100s and 1000s using concrete representations, before moving on to more abstract and mental methods. A few questions involve crossing boundaries. 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to add and subtract 1s, 10s, 100s, 1000s and 10,000s, using concrete representations, before moving on to more abstract and mental methods. These questions also involve crossing over boundaries. Each worksheet contains a total of 6 questions, each broken down into parts (a, b, c etc.) with 2 examples of each question type. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only the first 3 questions are used, or given as more of a main activity with all 6 questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Subtraction of two 4-digit numbers (Exchanging)
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Subtraction of two 4-digit numbers (Exchanging)

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A set of varied fluency worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets is for Year 4, Autumn Block 2 (Addition and Subtraction), focusing on the sixth and seventh small step of subtracting two 4-digit numbers with exchanging. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to subtract two 3-digit numbers with exchanging. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to subtract two 4-digit numbers with exchanging. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to subtract two 5-digit numbers with exchanging. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions, some broken down into parts (a & b) with 2 examples of each question type. This provides children with the varied fluency that White Rose aim for. These questions can be used as a quick starter and cut up so that only the first 4 questions are used, or given as more of a main activity with all 8 questions. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Place Value - Count in 25s (Problem Solving and Reasoning)
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White Rose Maths - Year 4 - Place Value - Count in 25s (Problem Solving and Reasoning)

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A set of reasoning and problem solving worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets are for Year 4, Autumn Block 1 (Place Value), focusing on the twelfth small step of counting in 25s. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to count forwards and backwards in multiples of 25 up to 500. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to count forwards and backwards in both multiples and non-multiples of 25 up to 999. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to count forwards and backwards in 25s from any number. Each worksheet contains a total of 6 questions. These questions could be used as a whole, or cut up into strips of 3 questions for a shorter task. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.
White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Block 4 - Factors (Problem Solving and Reasoning)
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White Rose Maths - Year 5 - Block 4 - Factors (Problem Solving and Reasoning)

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A set of reasoning and problem solving worksheets to use alongside the White Rose Maths scheme. The questions have been differentiated 3 ways, each with an individual sheet of questions for that level. Answers are also included. This set of worksheets are for Year 5, Autumn Block 4 (Multiplication and Division), focusing on the second small step of factors. Details of how it has been differentiated can be found below: • 1 Star sheet (Working Towards Expected Level): Be able to find factors of numbers up to 30, including finding common factors. • 2 Star sheet (Expected Level): Be able to find factors of numbers up to 100, including finding common factors. • 3 Star sheet (Working at greater depth): Be able to find factors of numbers from 50-100 and beyond, including finding common factors. Each worksheet contains a total of 8 questions. These questions could be used as a whole, or cut up into strips of 4 questions for a shorter task. They could also be used for partner work, depending on the ability of the children. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Likewise, I am still developing these resources, so any helpful comments would also be appreciated.