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Title: S.O.D.A. Start Of Day Activity


1
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

2
S.O.D.A. Start Of Day Activity
  • WHAT IS IT?
  • Up to 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 years
    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.

3
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.

4
Year 6, Block B, Unit 1
  • Monday, Wednesday Friday - based on Year 6,
    Block A, Unit 1
  • Tuesday Thursday - based on Year 5, Block C,
    Unit 1

5
Monday 15th September 2008
  • 1. 0, 3, 6, 9 will 300 be in this sequence?
  • 2. Which is warmer -4C or -1C ?
  • 3. The answer is 4.5 what is the question?
  • 4. 29 x 5
  • 5. 3, 6, 12, 24, continue this sequence,
    which
  • number is nearest to 100?
  • 6. Start at 8, keep adding 19. (8, __, __, __,
    __,)
  • 7. What is the difference in temperature
  • between -1C and 8C ?
  • 8. The answer is 10.6 what is the question?

Year 6 Block B Unit 1
6
Tuesday 16th September 2008
Represent this bar chart as a pictogram. Decide
how many pets each picture is worth.
Year 6 Block B Unit 1
7
Wednesday 17th September 2008
  • 1. Start at 19 keep subtracting 17 (repeat 4
    times)
  • 2. The temperature rises 10C from -3C. What
    is
  • the new temperature?
  • 3. Write an addition calculation, answer 0.4
  • 4. 4 x 2.3
  • 5. 3300, 2200, 1100, what is the rule?
  • 6. 72 6
  • 7. 2, 5, 11, 23 what is the rule of the
    sequence?
  • 8. 0, 1/3, 2/3 . fill in the missing numbers
    5 1/3

Year 6 Block B Unit 1
8
Thursday 18th September 2008
  • We collected this data.
  • Name Tally
  • Ben IIII IIII III
  • Sam IIII
  • Jack III
  • Hussain IIII I
  • Patrick IIII IIII
  • Ashley III

1. Represent this data in a bar chart. 2.
Which name is the mode? 3. Write 3 more
questions shown by this data.
Year 6 Block B Unit 1
9
Friday 19th September 2008
  • 1. Write a subtraction calculation, answer 0.4
  • 2. 325 483 is the answer odd or even?
  • 3. Draw a number line from -5C to 5C ?
  • 4. Complete the sequence 2, 5, 11, 23, __, __,
    __,
  • 5. Start at 323 keep subtracting 100 (repeat 4
    times)
  • 6. Write a multiplication calculation, answer
    0.4
  • 7. 498 785 is the answer odd or even?
  • 8. What number is 3/5 along the 0-1000 number
    line?

Year 6 Block B Unit 1
10
Monday 22nd September 2008
  • 1. Count in 0.3s from 0.9 to 3.3
  • 2. Write a division calculation, answer 0.4
  • 3. 542 217 is the answer odd or even?
  • 4. What number is 3/5 along the 0-1 number
    line?
  • 5. Order from coldest to warmest 4C, -5C,
    5C, -1C
  • 6. Round 367 to the nearest 10? to 100?
  • 7. Write 3 decimals (U.t) which could round to
    51.
  • 8. 5, 10, 20, 40, 80, will 2200 be in this
  • sequence?

Year 6 Block B Unit 1
11
Tuesday 23rd September 2008
  • How would you plan an investigation to answer the
    question Do the children in our class watch too
    much TV?
  • What information would you need to gather?
  • What questions would you ask?
  • How many people would you ask?
  • How could you represent the results?
  • How would you know when you had found the answer?

Year 6 Block B Unit 1
12
Wednesday 24th September 2008
  • 1. Write all the decimals (U.t) which round
  • to 51.
  • 2. Round 5280 to the nearest 100? 1000?
  • 3. 23 x 15
  • 4. What number is 4/5 along the 0-1 number
    line?
  • 5. Order from warmest to coldest
    2C,-12C,6C,-6C
  • 6. Round 2345 to the nearest 10? 100? 1000?
  • 7. 25 x 14
  • 8. What number is 3/5 along the 0-2 number line?

Year 6 Block B Unit 1
13
Thursday 25th September 2008

Represent this bar chart as a pie chart (next
slide)
Year 6 Block B Unit 1
14
Thursday 25th September 2008
Year 6 Block B Unit 1
15
Friday 26th September 2008
  • 1. What is the smallest decimal (U.t) which
  • rounds to 86?
  • 2. Round 4.5 to the nearest integer (whole)
  • 3. 7.6 - ? 3.4
  • 4. The temperature drops by 12C from 5 C.
  • what is the new temperature?
  • 5. Estimate the number of children in the
    school
  • 6. What is the largest decimal (U.t) which
  • rounds to 86?
  • 7. Round 9.7 to the nearest integer.
  • 8. 4.4 - ? 2.8

Year 6 Block B Unit 1
16
Monday 29th September 2008
  • 1. 4.5 ? 4.9
  • 2. Round 13.4 to the nearest integer.
  • 3. Round 2.52 to one decimal place
  • 4. 10.5 - ? 5.2
  • 5. The temperature decreases by 20C from
  • 14C. What is the new temperature?
  • 6. The temperature increases by 19C from -3C.
    What
  • is the new temperature?
  • 7. Partition 3.62 into units, tenths and
    hundredths
  • 8. ? 0.52 0.58
  • 9. 8.76 - ? 8.06

Year 6 Block B Unit 1
17
Tuesday 30th September 2008
Year 6 Block B Unit 1
18
Wednesday 1st October 2008
  • 1. 1.963 ? 1.969
  • 2. How many x and calculations can you make
    using 12?
  • 3. How many x and calculations can you make
    using 1.2?
  • 4. round 25.81 to one decimal place
  • 5. 16.2 x 6
  • 6. Round 10.59 to one decimal place
  • 7. 25.5 x 3
  • 8. The difference in temperature between 18C
    and -7C.
  • 9. Partition 9.49 into units, tenths and
    hundredths

Year 6 Block B Unit 1
19
Thursday 2nd October 2008
  • What is the mode of these shoe sizes?
  • 1 3 5 3 2 6 3 2 4 3 4 7 2 3 3 1 3
    2
  • What is the mean of these shoe sizes?
  • What is the mode of these ages?
  • 7 9 8 14 3 12 20 8 6 7 9 4 3 7 13
  • What is the mean of these ages?

Year 6 Block B Unit 1
20
Friday 3rd October 2008
  • 1. 7.568 - ? 7.528
  • 2. How many x and calculations can you make
    using 24?
  • 3. How many x and calculations can you make
    using 2.4?
  • 4. order smallest to largest 0.5, 0.35, 0.3,
    3.5, 3.55
  • 5. order largest to smallest 1.22, 2.12, 1.2,
    2.21, 2.1
  • 6. Partition 4.09 into units, tenths and
    hundredths
  • 7. order smallest to largest 3.4, 5.3, 2.7,
    2.3, 3.5
  • 8. 7.0, 8.1, 9.2, ___, ___, ___
  • 9. What is the rule of the sequence above?

Year 6 Block B Unit 1
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