Using and Applying
Nicola was playing snakes and ladders. She rolled a ‘6’ three times in a row!
‘It must be because 6 is the most likely number to roll’ said Nicola.
Is she right?
Explain why/why not.

The number pattern is:
1, 4, 10, 22, 46,
What are the next three numbers?
Explain how you worked it out.

Sequinned ribbon = £2.40 /m
Satin ribbon = £ 0.80 per 30cm
Misha has a picture frame that she would like to decorate. It is 60cm wide and 30cm high. She is going to choose a ribbon that goes all the way around the outside.
Misha thinks that it will be cheaper to buy the sequinned ribbon.
Is she right?
Show how she could have worked this out.

John says every multiple of 5 must end in a 5.
Is he correct?
Explain how you know.

Harry worked out the answer to the question 70 divided by 5.
His answer was 14.
Show how he could have worked this out.

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Level 4

I can use mental calculations to answer a problem involving money and measures.

I understand and use mathematical symbols.

I can try different ideas when trying to find a solution to a problem.
