If i had 4 apples and 5 pairs and times that by 91 how many would i have

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If i had 4 apples and 5 pairs and times that by 91 how many would i have

if i find 25 toys and sell 19 of them how many do i sell.

if I have 100 apples and 9900 pairs and each cost 1$ how much will I spend

800=400=

128+283=

Yesterday the whole school took part in a wonderful Maths day. With the opportunity to take part in so many different types of maths activities, the children had an amazing time practising their maths skills. Mathletics was, once again, very well used and it was good to see how board games, word problems and mental arithmetic activities were helping children to develop a real grasp of the key concepts. Well done everyone, another great curriculum day! Watch the action unfold and listen to what the children have learnt…

Today we all had a fantastic afternoon with maths. From board games to basketball shooting and counting to treasure hunts to being Times Tables Rock Stars, the school was alive with fun, excitement and tremendous learning. Well done everyone, you all worked really hard.

Here are some children describing their maths day in their own words:

Problem 1.

I get £1966 from the lottery and I already have £10,223.

How much money do I have altogether?

Problem 2.

Sam has 196 toys. He has to sell 99 of them.

How many toys does he have now?

If George went to the cinema to watch Paddington the movie, one child’s ticket was £5.30 and he paid with a £20 note, how much change would he get?