Monday 20th April 2020


Remember to practise your 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 times tables every day for the next few weeks!


Practise your 3 times tables to get you started today.

Set up a daily 10 challenge using the link below. Practice the 3 times tables and give yourself 7 or less seconds to complete them.


Now have a go at this using the grid method from before the Easter break.

37 x 5 = ____



Today we will be revising multiplication with a few questions to get us started this week.

For today's task complete the questions below showing as many multiplication facts for each one as you can.

E.g. 3x5=15 is also 5x3=15, 15 ÷ 3 = 5, 15 ÷ 5 = 3 and you can even draw it out in an array.


1) What is 8 multiplied by 9?

2) Give me three multiples of 5.

3) What is the product of 3 and 7? What is 5 times 4?

4) Is 7 a factor of 14? 

5) How many 5ps are there in £1?

6) How many 10ps are there in £1?

7) How many 20ps are there in £1?

8) How many 50ps are there in £1?


Check your answers at the bottom of this page.



To ease you back into writing we have a task that you can use your own imagination for. We look forward to seeing all the different takes on the challenge and your response to the answers.


Read the pages below.

You may want to complete task 2 first to help with your writing.

Task 1 (page 1): Imagine you are a visitor in Animal Town. Try to describe what it was like to visit. What happened? Who did you meet? What was it like? How is it different from your town?

Task 2 (page 2): Answer the questions about the town you visited in task one.



Reading Challenge: Read a book with an animal as a character.


You can read a book from home or if you don’t have one for the challenge use the link below to find one.


Go to

Click on the button that looks like the one below

and sign in using

Username: Parkgateyear3

Password: Parkgate


Maths answers

1. 72

2. E.g. 10, 15, 20

3. (This means: 'What is 3 multiplied by 7?'); 21; 20

4. (The answer is yes, because 7 can be multiplied by the whole number 2, to make 14.)

5. Twenty

6. Ten

7. Five

8. Two

Monday 20th April 2020