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Hodder cambridge primary maths workbook 1


Cambridge Primary

Hodder Cambridge Primary

Maths

Workbook

Stage 1

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Paul Wrangles
Series editors: Mike Askew
and Paul Broadbent

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Contents
Term 1
Unit 1 Number and problem solving
Unit 2 Geometry and problem solving
Unit 3 Number and problem solving
Unit 4 Measure and problem solving

4
11
17
26

Term 2
Unit 6 Number and problem solving
Unit 7 Handling data and problem solving
Unit 8 Number and problem solving
Unit 9 Measure and problem solving

32
37
42
49

Term 3
Unit 11 Number and problem solving
Unit 12 Handling data and problem solving
Unit 13 Number and problem solving
Unit 14 Measure and problem solving

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Unit 1 Number and problem solving
Can you remember?
Match the questions and answers.
1 3 add 1 is
.

2 6 add 3 is

3 7 add 3 is

4 10 take away 5 is

.

6 10 take away 2 is

.

.

5 10 take away 3 is
a

5

b

8

.
c

d

4

10

e

Counting
1

Start with 1.
Join the dots
in order.
Say each number
out loud.

18

7

16

2

17

1

19

13

4

3

15

5
11

9

7

6

8

12

How many are there?
a

f

9

20

14

2

.

10

b

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Unit 1 Number and problem solving

3

Draw 12 bananas.

4

Trace the numbers. Then match the numbers with their names.
six
three
one
five
seven
ten
nine
two
eight
four

Draw 18 apples.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

seventeen
twenty
fourteen
fifteen
nineteen
eighteen
eleven
sixteen
twelve
thirteen

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Unit 1 Number and problem solving

Comparing numbers
1

aCount and write the numbers.

=

=

bCircle the sock that has more.

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Unit 1 Number and problem solving

2

Which is the larger number?
a
6

66

9

9

6
99

c

13

13
13

13
10

10
10

10

d

17

3

b

17
18
18 18

1717

18

2020

20
16
16
16

16

Count each group of cubes. Order them from smallest to largest.
a

Smallest

Largest

b

Smallest

Largest
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Unit 1 Number and problem solving

Addition and subtraction
1

Use counters to complete the number sentences.
a
and

make

.

and

make

.

and

make

.

b

c

2

Use cubes to complete the number sentences.
a
10 take away

leaves

.

10 take away

leaves

.

10 take away

leaves

.

b

c

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Unit 1 Number and problem solving

3

a4 balloons pop

Cross out the balloons
to show how many pop.
Say how many
balloons are left.

10 take away 4
c 9 balloons pop

b6 balloons pop

10 take away 6

4

.

.

10 take away 9

.

Count on or back on the number line. Start with the larger
number each time.
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

a2 more than 11 makes

.

b2 more than 12 makes

.

c 13 add 2 makes

.

d14 add 2 makes

.

e2 less than 10 is

.

f 2 less than 11 is

.

g12 take away 2 leaves

.

h13 take away 2 leaves

.
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Self-assessment
Unit 1 Number and problem solving
I understand this well.

I need more
help with …

I understand this, but
I need more practice.
I do not understand
this.
Learning objectives
I can say numbers to 20 in order.
I know how to write most numbers up to 20.
I can count up to 20 objects.
I can compare two numbers up to 20 and
say which number is bigger.
I can put numbers up to 20 in order.
I can put two sets together to find the total.
I can use objects to take away a small
number from a number up to 10.
I can use counters or a number line to find
the number that is 2 more or 2 less.

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Unit 2 Geometry and problem solving
Can you remember?
Draw a line to match the shape names with these shapes.
1cube  2 circle  3 cone  4 rectangle  5 triangle  6 cylinder
a

b

c

d

e

f

Patterns and shapes
1

Match each shape name to the right shape.
circle

2

triangle

rectangle

square

What shapes can you see in this picture?

aThere are

squares.

b There are

triangles.

c There are

circles.

d There are

rectangles.
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Unit 2 Geometry and problem solving

3

Colour these shapes:
●● Circles
red
●● Squares
blue
●● Triangles
yellow
The shapes not coloured are all

 .

Use these
shapes to
make your
own rocket
picture.

4

Draw the next three shapes in each pattern.
a

b

c

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Unit 2 Geometry and problem solving

5

Tick (✓) the pictures that have symmetry.
a

b

c

d

e

f

Making shapes
1

Draw lines to match the shape names and shapes.
a

pyramid

b

sphere

c

cube

d

cone

e

cylinder

f

cuboid

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Unit 2 Geometry and problem solving

2

Count how many there are of each shape.

TOMATOES

Cube

Shape
Pyramid Sphere Cone

Cuboid Cylinder

How
many?

3

Sort the shapes.
A

B

C

Shapes with a square face

D

E

F

Shapes with no square faces

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Unit 2 Geometry and problem solving

4

Match each shape to the correct child. Complete the table.
A

The faces of
my shape are
all squares.

My shape has
no flat faces.
It is curved
all the way
around.

B

C

My shape has faces
that are circles at
both ends.

My shape
has some
faces
that are
triangles.

D

E

My shape
has a circle
face at only
one end.

Child Shape
A
B
cone

cube

cylinder

C
D

pyramid

sphere

E
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Self-assessment
Unit 2 Geometry and problem solving
I understand this well.

I need more
help with …

I understand this, but
I need more practice.
I do not understand
this.
Learning objectives
I can name most of the 2-D shapes that I
see in my classroom.
I can sort shapes by looking at them.
I can use 2-D shapes to make patterns and
pictures.
I can use a mirror to make a reflection.
I can use 3-D shapes to make patterns and
models.
I can name most of the 3-D shapes that I
see in my classroom.
I can see the 2-D shapes on the faces of
solid 3-D shapes.

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Unit 3 Number and problem solving
Can you remember?
Circle the bigger number each time.
1 

4

or

 ?   2 

8

or

 ?  3 

13

or

4 

15

or 18  ?  5 

16

or 20  ?  6 

19

or 11  ?

7

3

6

 ?

Numbers to 20
1

Write the missing numbers.
1

2

3

7

11

16

17

10
18

How many missing numbers are there?

2

Circle the bigger number. Use the number line to help you.
0 1 2

3

4 5

6

7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

a

7

10



b

11

9

c

17

14



d

18

20

e

5

16



f

6

15
17

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Unit 3 Number and problem solving

3

Roll a spinner three times.

6

6

For each number on the spinner, put that
amount of counters onto the grid.

5
4
3

1

5

2

4

1
2
3

Show the total on the number line.
0 1 2

4

3

4 5

6

7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Colour the biggest number each time.
a 16

13

c

18

12

15

b 12

19

d 14

7

11

18

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Unit 3 Number and problem solving

Addition and subtraction
1

Draw lines to join the numbers that make ten.

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Unit 3 Number and problem solving

2

Colour the circles on the tens frames to show different ways to
make ten. Use two colours.
a

   and    make 10.
b

   and    make 10.
c

   and    make 10.
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Unit 3 Number and problem solving

3

Count on to add these numbers. Colour the block you end on.
a

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

3 and 5 make    .
b

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

4 and 4 make    
.
c

5

6

7

8

9

10

7

8

9

10

5 and 3 make    
.
d

5

6

6 and 2 make    
.

4

Count back to take away these numbers. Colour the block
you end on.
a

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

17

18

19

20

15

16

17

18

15

16

17

18

19 take away 4 is    .
b

14

15

16

18 take away 4 is    .
c

12

13

14

17 take away 4 is    .
d

12

13

14

16 take away 4 is    .
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Unit 3 Number and problem solving

Counting patterns
1

Draw counters to double each number.
aDouble 4 is    .

bDouble 5 is    .

c Double 7 is    .

dDouble 10 is    .

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Unit 3 Number and problem solving

2

Estimate each number. Then count to check.
a

My estimate is

.

The actual number is

.

b

My estimate is

.

The actual number is

3

.

Take a handful of counters.
Estimate the number of counters you have.
Then count to check.
My estimate is

.

The actual number is

.
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Unit 3 Number and problem solving

4

Complete these patterns.
Count in 1s.
a 8

9

10

b 15 16
c 20 19
Count in 10s.
d 10 20

30

e 40 50
f 60 50
Count in 2s.
g 2

4

6

h 10 12
i 16 14

5

Count and say the numbers. Colour in each number you say
on the number track.
aCount in ones from 1.
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

bCount in tens from 10.
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

c Count in twos from 2.
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

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