# S.O.D.A. Start Of Day Activity

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S.O.D.A. Start Of Day Activity
Morning registration mathematics activity Aligned to the Renewed Framework for Mathematics Stoke-on-Trent Primary Maths Team

S.O.D.A. Start Of Day Activity
WHAT IS IT? 10 mathematics questions per day based on the Renewed Framework for Mathematics. Questions 1-5 consolidate maths from the previous unit. Questions 6-10 are based on the previous year’s coverage of the next unit (following Block sequence A B C D E). This will support you in pitching the learning appropriately for the next unit and gathering evidence for APP. WHAT IS IT NOT? SODA is NOT intended to be used during any part of the daily mathematics lesson. It is an ADDITIONAL resource to support the CONSOLIDATION of learning which has taken place previously.

S.O.D.A. Start Of Day Activity
WHEN? During the registration period at the start of the day. Pupils could record their answers in a ‘SODA’ book. Go through the questions and discuss strategies the children used with the pupils during registration. Ensure that you model the correct mathematical vocabulary and always encourage the children to use it correctly. HOW? Use SODA as it stands or personalise the questions for your pupils by adapting / replacing them.

Councillors on Line Year 4, Block A, Unit 1 Questions based on Year 3, Block E, Unit 3 Questions based on Year 3, Block B, Unit 1

Monday 1st September 2008 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. INSET DAY 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Year 4 Block A Unit 1

Tuesday 2nd September 2008 crayons are shared between 6 children. How many crayons did each child have? 2. How many 20p coins are there in £2.00? 3. Draw this shape and shade ½ of it. 4. Find the sum of 253 and 45. 5. Find the difference between 278 and 55. 6. What is the sum of 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9? 7. 24 ÷ 4 = 8. 20 – 12 = 9. Double 14? 10. Sort these numbers into ‘multiples of 5’ and ‘not multiples of 5’: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. What do you notice? Year 4 Block A Unit 1

Wednesday 3rd September 2008
1. How many teams of 6 can be made from 42 children? 2. Continue the pattern 119 = , 119 = … 3. Shade 1/3 of this shape. 4. 16 x 4 = 5. 26 ÷ 6 = 6. 8 – 5 = 3. What is 80 – 50? And 800 – 500? = 17. Explain to your partner how to find the missing number. 8. 20 – 7 = 9. What is half of 12? = 17. Find 5 more pairs of numbers that total 17 Year 4 Block A Unit 1

1. 27 grapes are put equally into 3 bowls.
Thursday 4th September 2008 1. 27 grapes are put equally into 3 bowls. How many grapes are in each bowl? 2. How many 10p coins are there in £2.00? 3. Find another fraction that is the same size as 2/4. 4. How many 4p cherries can you buy with 18p? 5. Bi-pods have 2 legs and tri-pods have 3 legs. I see 25 legs. How many tri-pods and bi-pods do I see? 6. 7 x 4 = 7. If 6 x 4 = 24, what is 24 ÷ 6 = 8. Draw a pentagon. 9. Continue the sequence: 5, 10, 15, 20, …, …, …, …, – 4 = 11. Find 5 more subtraction calculations which equal 11. Year 4 Block A Unit 1

Friday 5th September 2008 1. What is the biggest remainder you can have when you divide a number by 3? 2. How many 1p coins are there in £2.00? What is the link between this and ‘how many 10p coins are there in £2.00?’ 3. What fraction of this shape is shaded? 4. 17 x 4 = 5. 6/10 + ?/10 = 1. Find the missing numerator. 6. 6 x 3 = ÷ 4 = = 20. Find 6 more number bonds to 20. 9. Which of these are multiples of 2?... 13, 7, 4, 12 10. Draw an octagon. How many sides does it have? Year 4 Block A Unit 1

Monday 8th September 2008 1. What is the biggest remainder you can have when you divide by 4? 2. What is half of 52? How did you do this? 3. What multiplication fact can you use to help you find the answer to 35 ÷ 7 ? 4. How many 5p chews can you buy with 46p? x 5 = 6. 9 x 4 = 7. Which of these are multiples of 5? 13, 25, 30, 12, 10? 8. Continue the sequence: 3, 6, 9, 12, _, _, _, _, 9. Half of 18 is ? 10. A rectangle is a type of quadrilateral. How many sides does a quadrilateral have? How many quadrilaterals can you name? Year 4 Block A Unit 1

Tuesday 9th September 2008 1. What is the biggest remainder you can have when you divide a number by 5? How do you know? 2. How many 10’s are there in 6734? 3. Find three division facts with the answer 3. 4. Which is bigger, ¼ of 20 or 1/3 of 30? 5. Find the sum of 59 and 98. 6. 8 x 4 = 7. 21 ÷ 3 = 8. Which of these are multiples of 10? 130, 75, 400, 122, 670 9. If 9 – 4 = 5, what is 90 – 40 = ? And 900 – 400 = 10. I want to buy a CD for £1.00. I save 30p on Monday and 25p on Tuesday. How much more money do I need? Year 4 Block A Unit 1

Wednesday 10th September 2008
1. How many teams of 5 can be made from 35 children? 2. How many hundreds are there in 9312? How many thousands are there? 3. Which of these are multiples of 3: 21, 68, 72, 17? How do you know? 4. Which is bigger, ½ of 16 or ¼ of 40? 5. Find the difference between 67 and 26. 6. 6 x 4 = 7. 12 ÷ 3 = 8. Is 456 a multiple of 10? How do you know? 9. Continue the sequence: 2, 4, 6, 8, _, _, _, _, 10. I am a 2-digit number. My digits total 7 and I have a difference of 1. Who am I? Year 4 Block A Unit 1

Thursday 11th September 2008 1. Pencils come in packs of 6. How many packs do I need for a class of 28 children? 2. What is half of 162? Explain your answer to a friend. 3. Can you find a multiple of both 3 and 5? Can you find another one? 4. 30 grapes are shared equally onto 5 plates. What fraction of the grapes is on each plate? 5. Find 20 multiplied by 3. 6. 7 x 4 = 7. Half of 34 is 17, what is double 17? 8. I am a 2-digit number. My digits total is 9 and I have a difference of 3. Who am I? 9. How many faces does a cube have? 10. Place the numbers 1 – 9 in the grid so that the total of every row is 15. Year 4 Block A Unit 1

Friday 12th September 2008 1. I have £3.60 in 20p coins. How many
coins do I have? = 3. Is 266 a multiple of 10, 5 or 2? How do you know? 4. Find 30 multiplied by 5. 5. In my purse I have seven 50p coins and nine 20p coins. How much money do I have? 6. 8 x 3 = 7. Half of 38 is 19, what is double 19? 8. Use number bonds to find: = 9. 5 x 6 = 10. A piece of ribbon is 100cm long. I cut off 5 pieces, each 5cm long. How much ribbon is left? Year 4 Block A Unit 1