Software
Animation Software
For The younger Kids
Fluxtime aimation
http://fluxtime.com/download.php
Me and my Movie Maker
http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/meandmymovie/
Pivot sticks
Stick figure fram by fram animation
http://www.snapfiles.com/get/stickfigure.html
Older Students
Full Animation Program to download Called Moviestorm
http://www.blender.org Blender is the Open Source Software for 3D modeling, animation, rendering, postproduction,
interactive creation, and playback. Blender allows students and teachers to animate 3D computer graphics.
ZenCub3d
ZenCub3d (pronounced 'zencubed') is an easytouse and free 3D animation package, that lets you paint stories as vivid as your imagination
anim8tor
www.anim8tor.com
Audio/Video Stuff
Animoto http://animoto.com
Audacity http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ Audacity is a free, easytouse audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems.
dFilm Movie Maker http://www.dfilm.com/live/moviemaker.html
Jumpcut http://jumpcut.com
Mediacider
translates audio video fileshttp://mediacoder.sourceforge.net/download.htm
Cam Studio
http://camstudio.org/Records screen activity from the Windows desktop into standard AVI movie files.
Qlipboard: http://www.qlipmedia.comMake a Podcast:http://garageband.comhttp://gcast.com
Microsoft Producer http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/technologies/producer.mspx
Video Capture Jing Project: Visual conversation starts here. Mac or Windows. PhotoStory Download at Microsoft photo slide show you can add music, animation, and special effects to Photo to Sketch It is a tool to convert a photo to excellent sketch, and paint water
color freehandly. ... This is the professional version of Photo to Sketch. ... Audio/visual podcasting Resources
Podcasting Tools  http://www.podcastingtools.com Podcast Alley  http://www.podcastalley.com PodcastBunker  http://www.podcastbunker.com Podcasting News  http://www.podcastingnews.comJing http://www.jingproject.com/
Avatar
http://www.shrinkpictures.com/createavatar/
http://www.tektek.org/dream/ dream avatar creator
http://whuddle.crystaldreams.us/whuddletar2.php
http://www.doppelme.com/create/step2.asp These look alot like a the Wii characters
http://www.funnypics.cc/media/create_your_avatar.php
http://www.meez.com/home.dm THis has been my favorite because you can animate them
http://www.gizmoz.com/create/head With gizmoz you upload a photo and using facial recogntion software you
can create a cartoon character of yourself
Cartoons/Comic Strips:
Create Comics at the sites below
http://www.readwritethink.org/materials/comic/ line comics
http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/sleep/starslp/missionz/comic.htm Garfield Comic
http://www.stripcreator.com/make.php Comic strip creator
http://www.boyslife.org/games/onlinegames/235/comiccreator/
http://disney.go.com/surfswell/comiccreator.html disney comic creator on line
http://www.makebeliefscomix.com/comix.php Make Belief Comics
http://www.instructables.com/group/howtoons/ Howtoons
Design
Architect Studio 3D http://www.architectstudio3d.org/AS3d/design_studio.html
Floor Plan http://floorplanner.com
C.A.D. www.sketchup.com/ Sketch Up CAD Program
Sketchcast http://sketchcast.com
LEGO Digital Designer http://ldd.lego.com/download/
Block Cad http://web.telia.com/~u16122508/proglego.htm Similat to lego blocks
Serif Software http://www.freeserifsoftware.com/software/3dPlus/default.asp 3DPlus is the amazing 3D design software that enables you to create stunning 3D graphics for your home, school or business  no experience required!
3D Model Maker http://sourceforge.net/projects/aoi Art of Illusion is a full featured 3D modelling, rendering, and animation studio. It is written entirely in Java, and can run on almost any operating system.
Interior Design http://sourceforge.net/projects/sweethome3dJava application for quickly choosing and placing furniture on a house 2D plan drawn by the enduser, with a final 3D preview
West Point Bridge Designhttp://bridgecontest.usma.edu/
Super Bridge http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/bridge/
GOO3D http://www.goo3d.com/
Design a House http://architectstudio3d.org/AS3d/index.html
Drawing Program http://www.smartdraw.com/ trial version
Digital Photo
Photo Editor http://seashore.sourceforge.net/index.php Seashore is an open source image editor for Cocoa.
Digital Morphing http://www.morpheussoftware.net/ This amazing picture morphing software transforms one person or object into another before your eyes!
Digital Photo http://picasa.google.com/ Locate and organize all the photos on your computer. Edit and add effects to your photos with a few simple clicks.
Pop Art http://www.photofreeware.net/andywarholreplicator.phpThe Andy Warhol Replicator is an outstanding application for adding PopArt effects to your digital photos. The freeware comes with ready to use filter effects predefined in various color compositions. As adddition, Andy Warhol Replicator can be used for grey scaling, picture rotating, sharpening and blackandwhite converting
Digital Imaging:
http://scrapblog.com/ digital scrapbooks
http://www.stainedglasscollage.com/ photo art works program
http://www.graphita.com/
http://photobucket.com
http://bubbleply.com
http://picasa.google.com/ Picasa is a free software download from Google that helps you locate and organize all the photos on your computer
You can also Edit and add effects to your photos with a few simple clicks.
GIMP for Windows GIMP is a popular opensource image editor originally developed for Unix/Linux. Often lauded as the "free Photoshop,"
http://www.freeserifsoftware.com/software/PhotoPlus/default.asp fullyfunctional version of PhotoPlus 6. PhotoPlus 6 features an export optimizer, editable text,
image slicing and image maps, selection tools, smart shapes, thirdparty plugin support, redeye removal tool, and photo enhancement tools
Drawing
Drawing www.tuxpaint.org Program similar to Kid Pix Paint
Imagination Station http://www.draw3d.com/lessons.htm
Painting http://www.ambientdesign.com/artrage.html Easy to use, stylish painting package that lets you get painting from the moment you open it up. You can paint with oils, sketch with pencils, sprinkle glitter, and more. You can paint with gold leaf, silver foil, and other metallic colors. You can even load in your photos as Tracing Images to help you recreate them as paintings
Vector Graphic http://www.freeserifsoftware.com/software/DrawPlus/default.asp drawing program
Drawing for Children http://drawing.gamemaker.nl/index.html Similar to Kid Pix but free
Language
Spelling Help http://spellmaster.com/ Providing stimulating activities in a wide range languages.
Maps/Space
Google Earth http://www.izhuk.com/painter/ google earth
Your G Map http://www.yourgmap.com/
Stellarium is a free planetarium for your computer. http://www.stellarium.org/
Celestia The free space simulation that lets you explore our universe in three dimensions. http://www.shatters.net/celestia/
Earth from Space See our amazing planet from the perspective of an orbiting satellite. http://www.earthfromspace.si.edu/
Organizationnote taking
Take notes and save them on the web.
 Webnote : Write a quick note  whereever you have a browser. Free.
 Zohowriter : Online word processor. Free.
 Sproutliner : Write and store projects and ideas online. Free.
 Thinkfree.com : ThinkFree Office is an online replacement for Microsoft Office. Free.
 Jotlive : Live multiuser note taking for groups. Free. Jjot  take notes online, fast.
<p class='title'>Jjot helps you take online notes</p> <p>Think of these as online sticky notes. They're simple, fast, and you can access them from any ...

Publishing
Desktop Publishing
http://www.scribus.net/ Scribus is powerful software that helps you create great looking documents of all kinds
http://www.freeserifsoftware.com/software/PagePlus/default.asp PagePlus is the awardwinning desktop publishing software that enables you to create stunning documents for your home, school, business or club  no experience required!
OpenOffice
http://www.OpenOffice.org
OpenOffice.org the product is a multiplatform office productivity suite. It includes the key desktop applications, such as a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation manager, and drawing program, with a user interface and feature set similar to other office suites. Sophisticated and flexible, OpenOffice.org also works transparently with a variety
Mind Mapping http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page FreeMind is a premier free mindmapping software written in Java, Free alternative to Inspiration.
Writing:Googledocs http://docs.google.com
Storymaker Programs
http://www.britishcouncil.org/kidswritingstorymaker.htm
http://www.squiglysplayhouse.com/WritingCorner/StoryBuilder/LittleLostDog.html
Have fun making your own stories using Squigly's story builder. Squigly and his friends have written some stories that you can personalize with your own words.
http://pbskids.org/sagwa/stories/storymaker/index.html make a picture and then write about.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/stories/colour/gingerbreadman.shtml create a story with pictures about the gingerbread man.
Story Creator http://myths.e2bn.org/create/
http://www.scrapblog.com/Scrapblog is the best place to share your digital scrapbooks with your friends, family, and the world. Enhance your photos, and express yourself
Puzzlemakers
http://puzzlemaker.discoveryeducation.com/ Puzzlemaker is a puzzle generation tool for teachers, students and parents. Create and print customized word search, crisscross, math puzzles, and more using your own word lists.
http://www.puzzlemaker.com/ Create word searches and crossword puzzles
Photograph Puzzle Maker
Choose a picture from your computer (jpeg, png, gif, and bmp formats supported). You can use a photograph you took with your camera. ... 
Research
http://thinktank.4teachers.org/
ThinkTank is designed to help students develop a Research Organizer (a list of topics and subtopics) for reports and projects.
http://www.scholastic.com/kids/homework/ Homework helper
http://www.ncwiseowl.org/ Grolier,magazines, citation machine,copyright guidelines, dictionary
http://citationmachine.net/ Citation Machine
Time Lines
http://www.teachnology.com/web_tools/materials/timelines/
http://www.readwritethink.org/materials/timeline/ interactive time lines
http://www3.canisius.edu/~emeryg/time.html
A collection of timeline links on the web for history, science, arts, literature, popular cultures, scienc 
Online Tools
For a more complete list see Borwser based tools on the Main Page
Screen Capture Tools
Camstudio
Jing
Screencastle
Screenomatic
Screentoaster
Simulations
Open City http://sourceforge.net/projects/opencity Similar to Sim City
Create a City: City Creator http://www.citycreator.com
Boiler Room http://gamescene.com/Boiler_Room_game.html
Soda Play http://sodaplay.com
Learn to run a city http://simcity.ea.com/play/simcity_classic.php
lemonade stand http://www.classbrain.com/cb_games/cb_gms_bag/lemonade.html
Another lemonade stand http://www.omsi.edu/visit/featured/moneyville/activities/lemonade/lemonadestand.htm
Oregon trail on line http://woz.commtechlab.msu.edu/courses/447sp04/oregontrail/play.htm
The coffee shop a new take on the lemonade stand http://www.armorgames.com/games/coffeeshop_popup.html
Technology Options
Create a Web Page http://www.freeserifsoftware.com/software/WebPlus/default.asp
Slideshows/Presentations: Slideshare http://www.slideshare.net
Spresent http://www.spresent.com/v2/
Magic Studio http://www.magicstudio.co.uk/home/what_is_magic_studio enables you to build and share interactive learning resources quickly and easily, with no specialist skills required. It's an online service so you don't have to install any complicated software
A Really Different Place http://areallydifferentplace.org
New Things to Try!
The Language Train aims to create engaging tasks for students aged between 5 and 11 to practice phoneme recognition, by modelling different versions of words in Spanish. Prototype: KS1/2 languages.
Go to: Language Train download page
Developed by Immersive Education with research support from Futurelab, MediaStage is a fully immersive 3D production studio that puts control of scenery, props, actors, cameras and lights into the hands of learners. Commercial product: KS3/4 media studies, English, drama.
Go to: www.immersiveeducation.com/mediastage
For OpenSource Kids Programming check out the Programming Languages for Kids
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Teaching Resources for Mathematics
All Years All Terms
http://www.standards.dfes.gov.uk/primary/teachingresources/?subject=S_900361&yeargroup=&term=
Counter
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Counter is a very flexible counting program which allows you to set up either one or two counters to count in different ways. You can set the starting number and the step by which the counter increases, so at the simplest level you might set the counter to start at 0 and count in steps of 1.
Counter (ZIP 594Kb)
Function machine
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Function machine is a simple program which allows users to choose functions to carry out on the numbers they type into an 'Input' box. When they press the 'Activate' button their chosen function is applied to their number and shown in the 'Output' box.
Function machine (EXE 337Kb)
Function machine: Help (ZIP 115Kb)
Handy graph
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Handy graph is a simple program that draws block graphs. Pupils can enter their own graph title and label the axes. As they enter their data they see the block graph created.
Handy graph (EXE 282Kb)
Minimax
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Minimax is a program which helps you to understand the effects of large and small digits on the operations addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. A player or team name can be set to appear on the gantry. The user can then choose which operation to use for each game, the size of the numbers involved and whether the target is to make the maximum or minimum possible value.
Minimax (ZIP 995Kb)
Monty
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Monty is a program based around the exploration of various 10 x 10 number grids. There are 9 different grids which can be selected and some of these can be used in different orientations on the screen. ‘Start’ begins a new game and/or changes the orientation of the grid. Clicking on the ‘Monty’ button will make ‘Monty’ python appear or he will appear automatically after a set time. ‘Monty’ then starts to move around the screen. After a number of seconds or when the mouse is clicked ‘Monty’ will stop and a number clue will be displayed on his back. The user has to determine which numbers are being concealed by the rest of Monty’s body.
Monty (ZIP 432Kb)
Toy shop
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Toy shop is a game of strategy for two players (or groups of players). Players take turns to select a coin to pay towards the cost of the displayed toy. The winner is the player who lays down the coin to make up the exact cost of the toy. Three levels of game are available. The first level uses values up to 19p, the second level uses values up to 99p and the third level uses values up to £2.49.
Toy shop (ZIP 244Kb)
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Teaching Resources for Mathematics
All Years All Terms
There are 193 teaching resources that match your criteria.
Carroll diagram
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Carroll diagram is a more complex sorting program. The screen shows a Carroll diagram. The matrix is labelled 'red', 'not red', 'rectangles' and 'not rectangles'. There are 12 shapes to sort using two criteria.
Carroll diagram (Shockwave SWF 10Kb)
[10Kb] This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to run the movie. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Carroll diagram: Help (ZIP 78Kb)
[76Kb] This is a Help page which shows how to use the Carroll diagram program.
Carroll diagram: Help (self extracting) (EXE 106Kb)
[104Kb] This file is a selfextracting version of the help page for Windows based computers which shows how to use the Carroll diagram program.
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Counter
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Counter is a very flexible counting program which allows you to set up either one or two counters to count in different ways. You can set the starting number and the step by which the counter increases, so at the simplest level you might set the counter to start at 0 and count in steps of 1.
Counter (ZIP 594Kb)
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Function machine
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Function machine is a simple program which allows users to choose functions to carry out on the numbers they type into an 'Input' box. When they press the 'Activate' button their chosen function is applied to their number and shown in the 'Output' box.
Function machine (EXE 337Kb)
Function machine: Help (ZIP 115Kb)
[116Kb] This is a Help page which shows how to use 'Function Machine'.
Function machine: Help (self extracting) (EXE 143Kb)
[143Kb] This file is a selfextracting version of the help page for Windows based computers which shows how to use 'Function Machine'.
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Handy graph
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Handy graph is a simple program that draws block graphs. Pupils can enter their own graph title and label the axes. As they enter their data they see the block graph created.
Handy graph (EXE 282Kb)
[282Kb] This is an interactive Flash movie file. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Handy graph: Help (self extracting) (EXE 92Kb)
[92Kb] This file is a selfextracting version of the help page for Windows based computers which shows how to use 'Handy Graph'.
Handy graph: Help (ZIP 64Kb)
[65Kb] This is a Help page which shows how to use 'Handy Graph'.
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Minimax
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Minimax is a program which helps you to understand the effects of large and small digits on the operations addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. A player or team name can be set to appear on the gantry. The user can then choose which operation to use for each game, the size of the numbers involved and whether the target is to make the maximum or minimum possible value.
Minimax (ZIP 995Kb)
[995Kb] You need Java enabled in your Web browser to run this program. When you have unzipped the program click on 'index' to run it. Click on 'Help' to get instructions.
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Monty
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Monty is a program based around the exploration of various 10 x 10 number grids. There are 9 different grids which can be selected and some of these can be used in different orientations on the screen. ‘Start’ begins a new game and/or changes the orientation of the grid. Clicking on the ‘Monty’ button will make ‘Monty’ python appear or he will appear automatically after a set time. ‘Monty’ then starts to move around the screen. After a number of seconds or when the mouse is clicked ‘Monty’ will stop and a number clue will be displayed on his back. The user has to determine which numbers are being concealed by the rest of Monty’s body.
Monty (ZIP 432Kb)
[433Kb] You need Java enabled in your Web browser to run this program. When you have unzipped the program click on 'index' to run it. Click on 'Help' to get instructions.
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Play train
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
This is a number puzzle program. A train is standing in a station waiting for passengers to board. The task is displayed on the screen, telling you how many passengers are needed and the number of carriages you have to fill. The displays also shows which numbers can be used to complete the operation.
Play train (ZIP 140Kb)
[141Kb] You need Java enabled in your Web browser to run this program. When you have unzipped the program click on 'index' to run it. Click on 'Help' to get instructions.
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Sorting 2D shapes
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Sorting 2D shapes is a simple sorting program. The screen shows three boxes labelled 'all right angles', 'some right angles', 'no right angles', and eight different shapes. The object is to classify the shapes according to their properties and place each in the correct box.
Sorting 2D shapes (Shockwave SWF 8Kb)
[8Kb] This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to run the movie. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Sorting 2D shapes: Help (ZIP 62Kb)
[63Kb] This is a Help page which shows how to use the Sorting 2D shapes program.
Sorting 2D shapes: Help (self extracting) (EXE 90Kb)
[90Kb] This file is a selfextracting version of the help page for Windows based computers which shows how to use the Sorting 2D shapes program.
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Take part
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Take part consists of three onscreen films which show shapes being divided into halves, thirds or quarters. The transitions of the shapes are made mainly through, rotation, reflection or shears. Each shape movie has a number of segments within it and these can be selected easily and quickly using the control buttons and the track display numbers. The movies can be stopped or slowed down at any time or they can be replayed again and again. Individual screens can be ‘captured’ and printed using the PRINT button. The value of this program is best seen as a teacher demonstration tool used with the whole class or with a small group of children with the teacher asking questions about what is being displayed on the screen.
Take part (ZIP 427Kb)
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Toy shop
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Toy shop is a game of strategy for two players (or groups of players). Players take turns to select a coin to pay towards the cost of the displayed toy. The winner is the player who lays down the coin to make up the exact cost of the toy. Three levels of game are available. The first level uses values up to 19p, the second level uses values up to 99p and the third level uses values up to £2.49.
Toy shop (ZIP 244Kb)
[245Kb] You need Java enabled in your Web browser to run this program. When you have unzipped the program click on 'index' to run it. Click on 'Help' to get instructions.
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Venn diagram
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
Venn diagram is a simple sorting program. The screen shows a nonintersecting Venn diagram labelled 'triangles' and 'other shapes', and ten 2D shapes, five of them triangles. The object is to place each shape in the correct section of the Venn diagram.
Venn diagram (Shockwave SWF 8Kb)
[8Kb] This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to run the movie. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Venn diagram: Help (ZIP 75Kb)
[76Kb] This is a Help page which shows how to use the Venn diagram program.
Venn diagram: Help (self extracting) (EXE 103Kb)
[103Kb] This file is a selfextracting version of the help page for Windows based computers which shows how to use the Venn diagram program.
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What's my angle?
Date of issue: Nov. 2000
What's my angle? is a program that allows the user to practise skills of estimating and measuring angles. The introduction demonstrates the correct way to use a protractor to measure angles. Acute, obtuse and reflex angles are explained.
What's my angle? (EXE 348Kb)
[348Kb] This is an interactive Flash movie file. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Angle: Help (ZIP 58Kb)
[59Kb] This is a Help page which shows how to use 'What's my angle?'.
Angle: Help (self extracting) (EXE 86Kb)
[86Kb] This file is a selfextracting version of the help page for Windows based computers which shows how to use 'What's my angle?'.
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Y1T2: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 1 Spring Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 1 Spring Term Unit Plans (ZIP 1.1Mb)
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Y1T1 Unit 2 Ordering and counting
Date of issue: May. 2003
Objectives:
 Read and write numbers from 0 to at least 20.
 Within the range 0 to 30, say the number that is 1 or 10 more or less than any given number.
 Count on and back in ones from any small number, and in tens from and back to zero.
Y1 Autumn  Unit 2 Ordering and counting (PDF 155Kb)
Y1 Autumn  Unit 2 Ordering and counting (WORD 200Kb)
Note: the Word file is the Unit Plan only. The PDF file contains the Unit Plan and its associated resources.
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Y1T1 Unit 3 Money and place value
Date of issue: May. 2003
Objectives:
 Begin to know what each digit in a twodigit number represents. Partition a 'teens' number and begin to partition large twodigit numbers into a multiple of 10 and ones (TU).
 Within the range 0 to 30, say the number that is 1 or 10 more or less than any given number.
 Recognise coins of different values. Find totals and change from up to 20p. Work out how to pay an exact sum using smaller coins.
 Use mental strategies to solve simple problems set in 'real life' money or measurement contexts, using counting, addition, subtraction, doubling and halving, explaining methods and reasoning orally.
Y1 Autumn  Unit 3 Money and place value (PDF 280Kb)
Y1 Autumn  Unit 3 Money and place value (WORD 236Kb)
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Y1T1 Unit 4 Addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2003
Objectives:
 Understand the operation of addition and of subtraction (as 'take away', 'difference' and 'how many more to make'), and use the related vocabulary. Begin to recognise that addition can be done in any order. Begin to use the +,  and = signs to record mental calculations in a number sentence, and to recognise the use of symbols such as ϑ or Δ to stand for an unknown number.
 Use knowledge that addition can be done in any order to do mental calculations more efficiently. For example: put the larger number first and count on in ones, including beyond 10 (e.g. 7 + 5).
 Choose and use the appropriate number operations and mental strategy to solve problems.
Y1 Autumn  Unit 4 Addition and subtraction (PDF 377Kb)
Y1 Autumn  Unit 4 Addition and subtraction (WORD 215Kb)
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Y1T1 Unit 9 Ordering numbers and understanding addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Read and write numerals from 0 to at least 20.
 Understand and use the vocabulary of comparing and ordering numbers, including ordinal numbers to at least 20. Use the = sign to represent equality. Compare two familiar numbers, say which is more or less, and give a number, which lies between them.
 Within the range 030, say the number that is 1 or 10 more or less than any given number.
 Understand the operation of addition, and of subtraction (as 'take away', 'difference' and 'how many more to make') and use the related vocabulary. Begin to understand that addition can be done in any order.
Y1 Autumn  Unit 9 Ordering numbers and understanding addition and subtraction (PDF 242Kb)
Y1 Autumn  Unit 9 Ordering numbers and understanding addition and subtraction (WORD 222Kb)
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Y1 Autumn  Unit 9 Support sessions (PDF 53Kb)
Y1 Autumn  Unit 9 Support sessions (WORD 41Kb)
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Y1T1: All Unit plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 1 Autumn Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 1 Autumn Term Unit Plans (ZIP 1.2Mb)
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Y1T2 Unit 2 Place value and ordering
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Read and write numerals from 0 to at least 20.
 Begin to know what each digit in a twodigit number represents. Partition a 'teens' number and begin to partition larger twodigit numbers into a multiple of 10 and ones (TU).
 Within the range 0 to 30, say the number that is 1 or 10 more or less than any given number.
Y1 Spring  Unit 2 Place value and ordering (WORD 210Kb)
Note: The Word file is the Unit Plan only. The PDF file contains the Unit Plan and its associated resources.
Y1 Spring  Unit 2 Place value and ordering (PDF 343Kb)
Y1 Spring  Unit 2 Support session (WORD 111Kb)
Y1 Spring  Unit 2 Support session (PDF 93Kb)
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Y1T2 Unit 3 Understanding addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Understand the operation of addition, and of subtraction (as 'take away', 'difference' and 'how many more to make?') and use the related vocabulary. Begin to understand that addition can be done in any order. Begin to use the +, – and = signs to record mental calculations in a number sentence, and to recognise the use of symbols such as ϑ or Δ to stand for an unknown number.
 Identify near doubles, using doubles already known (e.g. 6 + 5).
Y1 Spring  Unit 3 Support session (WORD 34Kb)
Note: The Word file is the Unit Plan only. The PDF file contains the Unit Plan and its associated resources.
Y1 Spring  Unit 3 Support session (PDF 67Kb)
Y1 Spring  Unit 3 Understanding addition and subtraction (WORD 209Kb)
Y1 Spring  Unit 3 Understanding addition and subtraction (PDF 284Kb)
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Y1T2 Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Describe and extend number sequences.
 Count on and back in ones from any small number, and in tens from and back to zero;
 Count on in twos from zero, then one, and begin to recognise odd or even numbers to about 20 as 'every other number';
 Count in steps of 5 from zero to 20 or more, then back again;
 Begin to count on in steps of 3 from zero.
 Solve simple mathematical problems or puzzles; recognise and predict from simple patterns and relationships. Suggest extensions by asking 'What if…?' or 'What could I try next?'.
Y1 Spring  Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers (WORD 357Kb)
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Y1 Spring  Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers (PDF 411Kb)
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Y1T2: Problem solving strategies
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
A short document which suggests ways to help pupils to tackle problems and puzzles in a systematic way. It suggests a range of teaching approaches and presents a number of appropriate strategies for different types of problems and puzzles.
Y1 Spring  Problem solving strategies (PDF 60Kb)
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Y1T3 Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Describe and extend number sequences: count on and back in ones from any small number, and in tens from and back to zero; count on in twos from zero, and begin to recognise odd or even numbers to about 20 as every other number; begin to count on in steps of 3 from zero; recognise and extend number sequences with differences of 1, 2 or 3.
 Investigate a general statement about familiar numbers by finding examples that satisfy it.
 Explain methods and reasoning orally.
Y1 Summer  Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers (PDF 277Kb)
Y1 Summer  Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers (WORD 268Kb)
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Y1T3 Unit 9 Place value, ordering, estimating
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Order numbers to at least 20, and position them on a number track.
 Begin to recognise that more than two numbers can be added together.
 Use known number facts and place value to add or subtract a pair of numbers mentally within the range 0 to at least 10, then 0 to at least 20.
Y1 Summer  Unit 9 Place value, ordering, estimating (PDF 278Kb)
Y1 Summer  Unit 9 Place value, ordering, estimating (WORD 277Kb)
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Y1 Summer  Unit 9 Support session (PDF 85Kb)
Y1 Summer  Unit 9 Support session (WORD 647Kb)
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Y1T3: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 1 Summer Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 1 Summer Term Unit Plans (ZIP 686Kb)
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Y2T2: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 2 Spring Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 2 Spring Term Unit Plans (ZIP 1.1Mb)
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Y2T3: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 2 Summer Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 2 Summer Term Unit Plans (ZIP 795Kb)
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Y2T1 Unit 2 Place value
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Count on or back in ones or tens, starting from any given twodigit number.
 Read and write whole numbers to at least 100 in figures and words.
 Know what each digit in a twodigit number represents, including 0 as a placeholder and partition twodigit numbers into a multiple of ten and ones (TU).
 Say the number that is 1 or 10 more or less than any given twodigit number.
 Order whole numbers to at least 100, and position them on a number line and 100 square.
Y2 Autumn  Unit 2 Place value (PDF 298Kb)
Y2 Autumn  Unit 2 Place value (WORD 213Kb)
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Y2T1 Unit 3 Addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Extend understanding of the operations addition and subtraction. Use and begin to read the related vocabulary. Use the +, − and = signs to record mental additions and subtractions in a number sentence, and recognise the use of a symbol to stand for an unknown number. Recognise that addition can be done in any order but not subtraction.
 se knowledge that addition can be done in any order to do mental calculations more efficiently. For example: put the larger number first and count on in tens or ones.
 Add/subtract 9 or 11: add/subtract 10 and adjust by 1.
 Explain how a problem was solved orally and, where appropriate in writing.
Y2 Autumn  Unit 3 Addition and subtraction (PDF 274Kb)
Y2 Autumn  Unit 3 Addition and subtraction (WORD 241Kb)
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Y2T1 Unit 4 Using mental calculation strategies
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Identify near doubles using doubles already known (e.g. 8 + 9, 40 + 41).
 Repeat addition in a different order.
 Choose and use appropriate operations and efficient calculation strategies (e.g. mental, mental with jottings) to solve problems.
 Explain how a problem was solved orally, and where appropriate in writing.
 Recognise all coins and begin to use £.p notation for money (For example, know that £4.65 indicates £4 and 65p). Find totals, give change, and work out how to pay.
Y2 Autumn  Unit 4 Using mental calculation strategies (PDF 325Kb)
Y2 Autumn  Unit 4 Using mental calculation strategies (WORD 223Kb)
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Y2T1 Unit 9 Ordering numbers and understanding addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use and begin to read the vocabulary of comparing and ordering numbers, including ordinal numbers to 100.
 Order whole numbers to at least 100, and position them on a number line and 100 square.
 Extend understanding of the operations of addition and subtraction. Use and begin to read the related vocabulary.
 Find a small difference by counting up from the smaller to the larger number.
 Use patterns of similar calculations.
 Choose and use appropriate operations and efficient calculation strategies (e.g. mental, mental with jottings) to solve problems.
 Recognise all coins and begin to use the £.p notation for money. Find totals, give change, and work out which coins to pay.
Y2 Autumn  Unit 9 Ordering numbers and understanding addition and subtraction (PDF 375Kb)
Y2 Autumn  Unit 9 Ordering numbers and understanding addition and subtraction (WORD 230Kb)
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Y2 Autumn  Unit 9 Support sessions (PDF 86Kb)
Y2 Autumn  Unit 9 Support sessions (WORD 89Kb)
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Y2T1: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 2 Autumn Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 2 Autumn Term Unit Plans (ZIP 1.4Mb)
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Y2T2 Unit 2 Ordering, estimating and rounding
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Read and write whole numbers to at least 100 in figures and words.
 Compare two given twodigit numbers, say which is more or less and give a number which lies between them.
 Use and begin to read the vocabulary of estimation and approximation; give a sensible estimate of at least 50 objects.
Y2 Spring  Unit 2 Ordering, estimating and rounding (PDF 288Kb)
Y2 Spring  Unit 2 Ordering, estimating and rounding (WORD 242Kb)
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Y2 Spring  Unit 2 Support session (PDF 61Kb)
Y2 Spring  Unit 2 Support session (WORD 51Kb)
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Y2T2 Unit 3 Understanding addition, subtraction and mental calculations
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Understand that more than two numbers can be added. Begin to add three singledigit numbers mentally (totals up to about 20) or three twodigit numbers with the help of apparatus (totals up to 100).
 Use knowledge that addition can be done in any order to do mental calculations more efficiently. For example: put the larger number first and count on in tens or ones; add three numbers by putting the largest number first and/or find a pair totalling 10; partition into ‘5 and a bit’ when adding 6, 7, 8, or 9, then recombine (e.g. 16 + 8 = 15 + 1 + 5 + 3 = 20 + 4 = 24).
Y2 Spring  Unit 3 Understanding addition, subtraction and mental calculations (PDF 322Kb)
Y2 Spring  Unit 3 Understanding addition, subtraction and mental calculations (WORD 236Kb)
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Y2 Spring  Unit 3 Support session (PDF 61Kb)
Y2 Spring  Unit 3 Support session (WORD 43Kb)
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Y2T2 Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Describe and extend simple number sequences: count on or back in ones or tens, starting from any twodigit number; count in hundreds from and back to zero; count on in twos from and back to zero or any small number, and recognise odd and even numbers to at least 30; count on in steps of 3, 4 or 5 to at least 30, from and back to zero, then from and back to any given small number.
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise simple patterns and relationships, generalise and predict. Suggest extensions by asking ‘What if…?’ or ‘What could I try next?’.
 Investigate a general statement about familiar numbers or shapes by finding examples that satisfy it.
Y2 Spring  Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers (PDF 272Kb)
Y2 Spring  Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers (WORD 293Kb)
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Y2T3 Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and number sequences
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Count on in steps of 3, 4 or 5 to at least 30 and back to zero, then from and back to any given small number.
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise simple patterns and relationships, generalise and predict. Suggest extensions by asking 'What if…?' or 'What could I try next?'.
 Explain how a problem was solved orally and, where appropriate, in writing.
Y2 Summer  Unit 8 Counting, properties of number sequences, reasoning about numbers or shapes (PDF 397Kb)
Y2 Summer  Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and number sequences, reasoning about numbers or shapes (WORD 246Kb)
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Y2T3 Unit 9 Ordering, addition and subtraction and 'real life' problems
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Understand that subtraction is the inverse of addition.
 Add/subtract 9 or 11: add/subtract 10 and adjust by 1. Begin to add/subtract 19 or 21: add/subtract 20 and adjust by 1.
 Use known number facts and place value to add/subtract mentally.
 Bridge through 10 or 20, then adjust.
 Explain how a problem was solved orally and, where appropriate, in writing.
Y2 Summer  Unit 9 Ordering, addition and subtraction and 'real life' problems (PDF 268Kb)
Y2 Summer  Unit 9 Ordering, addition and subtraction and 'real life' problems (WORD 274Kb)
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Y2 Summer  Unit 9 Support session (PDF 67Kb)
Y2 Summer  Unit 9 Support session (WORD 75Kb)
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Y3T1: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 3 Autumn Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 3 Autumn Term Unit Plans (ZIP 1.2Mb)
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Y3T2: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 3 Spring Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 3 Spring Term Unit Plans (ZIP 1.7Mb)
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Y3T3: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 3 Summer Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 3 Summer Term Unit Plans (ZIP 789Kb)
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Y3T1 Unit 2 Money, addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Extend understanding of the operations of addition and subtraction, read and begin to write the related vocabulary for addition and subtraction and continue to recognise that addition can be done in any order. Use the +, − and = signs.
 Use knowledge that addition can be done in any order to do mental calculations more efficiently. For example: put the largest number first and count on.
 Bridge through a multiple of 10, then adjust.
 Recognise all coins and notes. Understand and use £. p notation. (For example, know that £3.06 is £3 and 6p)
Y3 Autumn  Unit 2 Money, addition and subtraction (PDF 365Kb)
Y3 Autumn  Unit 2 Money, addition and subtraction (WORD 281Kb)
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Y3T1 Unit 3 Money and 'real life' problems
Date of issue: May. 2004
 Extend understanding of addition and subtraction, read and begin to write related vocabulary. Use the +,  and = signs.
 Identify near doubles, using doubles already known (e.g. 80 + 81).
 Choose and use appropriate operations to solve word problems and appropriate ways of calculating.
 Explain methods and reasoning orally and, where appropriate, in writing.
 Solve word problems involving numbers in 'real life' money and measures, using one or more steps, including finding totals and giving change, and working out which coins to pay. Explain how the problem was solved.
 Recognise all coins and notes. Understand and use £.p notation.
Y3 Autumn  Unit 3 Money and 'real life' problems (PDF 358Kb)
Y3 Autumn  Unit 3 Money and 'real life' problems (WORD 236Kb)
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Y3T1 Unit 9 Multiplication and division
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Understand multiplication as repeated addition. Read and begin to write related vocabulary. Extend understanding that multiplication can be done in any order.
 To multiply by 10/100, shift the digits one/two places to the left.
 Use known number facts and place value to carry out mentally simple multiplications and divisions.
Y3 Autumn  Unit 9 Multiplication and division (PDF 377Kb)
Y3 Autumn  Unit 9 Multiplication and division (WORD 239Kb)
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Y3 Autumn  Unit 9 Support sessions (PDF 73Kb)
Y3 Autumn  Unit 9 Support sessions (WORD 104Kb)
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Y3T2 Unit 2 Addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Extend understanding that more than two numbers can be added; add three or four singledigit numbers mentally, or two or four twodigit numbers with the help of apparatus or pencil and paper.
 Use knowledge that addition can be done in any order to do mental calculations more efficiently. For example: put the larger number first and count on; add three or four small numbers by putting the largest number first and/or by finding pairs totalling 9, 10 or 11; partition into ‘5 and a bit’ when adding 6, 7, 8 or 9 (e.g. 47 + 8 = 45 + 2 + 5 + 3 = 50 + 5 = 55).
 Repeat addition in a different order.
 Check with an equivalent calculation.
Y3 Spring  Unit 2 Addition and subtraction (PDF 387Kb)
Y3 Spring  Unit 2 Addition and subtraction (WORD 270Kb)
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Y3 Spring  Unit 2 Support session (PDF 176Kb)
Y3 Spring  Unit 2 Support session (WORD 302Kb)
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Y3T2 Unit 3 Money and 'real life' problems
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Choose and use appropriate operations (including multiplication and division) to solve word problems, and appropriate ways of calculating: mental, mental with jottings, pencil and paper.
 Explain methods and reasoning orally and, where appropriate, in writing.
 Solve word problems involving numbers in 'real life', money and measures, using one or more steps, including finding totals and giving change, and working out which coins to pay. Explain how the problem was solved.
Y3 Spring  Unit 3 Money and 'real life' problems (PDF 402Kb)
Y3 Spring  Unit 3 Money and 'real life' problems (WORD 298Kb)
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Y3 Spring  Unit 3 Support session (PDF 97Kb)
Y3 Spring  Unit 3 Support session (WORD 147Kb)
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Y3T2 Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Describe and extend number sequences: count on or back in tens or hundreds, starting from any two or threedigit number; count on or back in twos starting from any twodigit number, and recognise odd and even numbers to at least 100; count on in steps of 3, 4 or 5 from any small number to at least 50, then back again.
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise simple patterns and relationships, generalise and predict. Suggest extensions by asking 'What if…?'.
 Investigate a general statement about familiar numbers or shapes by finding examples that satisfy it.
 Explain methods and reasoning orally and, where appropriate, in writing.
Y3 Spring  Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers (PDF 547Kb)
Y3 Spring  Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers (WORD 297Kb)
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Y3T3 Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and number sequences
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Recognise twodigit and threedigit multiples of 2, 5 or 10 and threedigit multiples of 50 and 100.
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise simple patterns and relationships, generalise and predict. Suggest extensions by asking 'What if …?'
 Explain methods and reasoning orally and, where appropriate, in writing.
Y3 Summer  Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and number sequences, reasoning about numbers (PDF 341Kb)
Y3 Summer  Unit 8 Counting, properties of numbers and number sequences Reasoning about numbers (WORD 261Kb)
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Y3T3 Unit 9 Multiplication and division
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
Objectives:
 Begin to find remainders after simple division.
 Use known number facts and place value to carry out mentally simple multiplications and divisions.
 Solve word problems involving numbers in 'real life' money and measures, using one or more steps, including finding totals and given change, and working out which coins to pay. Explain how the problem was solved.
Year 3 Summer  Unit 9 Multiplication and division (PDF 405Kb)
Year 3 Summer  Unit 9 Multiplication and division (WORD 255Kb)
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Y3 Summer  Unit 9 Support session (WORD 86Kb)
Y3 Summer  Unit 9 Support session (PDF 67Kb)
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Y4T1: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 4 Autumn Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 4 Autumn Term Unit Plans (ZIP 944Kb)
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Y4T2: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year4 Spring Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 4 Spring Term Unit Plans (ZIP 721Kb)
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Y4T3: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 4 Summer Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 4 Summer Term Unit Plans (ZIP 1.8Mb)
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Y4T1 Unit 1 Place value
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Read and write whole numbers to at least 10 000 in figures and words, and know what each digit represents.
 Read and write the vocabulary of estimation and approximation. Make and justify estimates up to about 250, and estimate a proportion.
 Recognise negative numbers in context (e.g. on a number line, temperature scale).
Y4 Autumn  Unit 1 Place value (PDF 160Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 1 Place value (WORD 123Kb)
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Y4T1 Unit 10 Money and 'real life' problems
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Choose and use appropriate number operations and appropriate ways of calculating (mental, mental with jottings, pencil and paper) to solve problems.
 Use all four operations to solve word problems involving numbers in ‘real life’, and money, using one or more steps.
 Check with an equivalent calculation.
Y4 Autumn  Unit 10 Money and 'real life' problems (PDF 54Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 10 Money and 'real life' problems (WORD 167Kb)
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Y4T1 Unit 11 Fractions, decimals
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use fraction notation.
 Recognise the equivalence of simple fractions (e.g. fractions equivalent to ½, ¼ or ¾).
 Recognise simple fractions that are several parts of a whole and mixed numbers e.g. 5¾
 Begin to relate fractions to division and find simple fractions such as 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/6, 1/10 of numbers or quantities.
Y4 Autumn  Unit 11 Fractions, decimals (PDF 51Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 11 Fractions, decimals (WORD 170Kb)
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Y4T1 Unit 12 Addition, subtraction, time
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Consolidate understanding of the relationship between addition and subtraction.
 Find a small difference by counting up.
 Develop and refine written methods for column addition and subtraction of two whole numbers less than 1000.
 Read the time from an analogue clock to the nearest minute, and from a 12hour digital clock. Use addition and subtraction to solve word problems involving time.
Y4 Autumn  Unit 12 Addition and subtraction, time (PDF 71Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 12 Addition and subtraction, time (WORD 173Kb)
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Y4T1 Unit 13 Handling data
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Solve a problem by collecting quickly, organising, representing and interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams, including those generated by a computer, for example: tally charts and frequency tables, pictograms  symbol representing 2, 5,10 or 20 units, bar charts  intervals labelled in 2s, 5s, 10s or 20.
Y4 Autumn  Unit 13 Handling data (PDF 50Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 13 Handling data (WORD 189Kb)
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Y4T1 Unit 2 Understanding addition and subtraction 1
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Consolidate understanding of the relationship between addition and subtraction.
 Understand the principles of the commutative law.
 Count on or back in repeated steps of 1, 10, 100 or 1000.
 Identify near doubles, using known doubles.
 Use informal pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain addition and subtraction.
Y4 Autumn  Unit 2 Understanding addition and subtraction 1 (PDF 44Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 2 Understanding addition and subtraction 1 (WORD 140Kb)
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Y4T1 Unit 3 Understanding addition and subtraction 2
Date of issue: May. 2002
Objectives:
 Add three or four small numbers mentally.
 Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction in the context of money.
 Choose and use appropriate number operations and appropriate ways of calculating to solve problems.
 Develop and refine written methods for: column addition and subtraction of two whole numbers less than 1000; money calculations.
Y4 Autumn  Unit 3 Understanding addition and subtraction 2 (PDF 43Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 3 Understanding addition and subtraction 2 (WORD 158Kb)
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Y4T1 Unit 4 Reasoning about shape
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Describe and visualise 3D and 2D shapes, including the tetrahedron and heptagon.
 Recognise equilateral and isosceles triangles.
 Classify polygons using criteria such as number of right angles, whether or not they are regular, symmetry properties.
 Make and investigate a general statement about familiar numbers and shapes by finding examples.
Y4 Autumn  Unit 4 Reasoning about shape (PDF 45Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 4 Reasoning about shape (WORD 153Kb)
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Y4T1 Unit 5 Length
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure length.
 Use read and write standard metric units (km, m, cm, mm) and imperial (mile).
 Convert up to 1000cm to metres and vice versa.
 Choose and use appropriate number operations and appropriate ways of calculating to solve problems.
Y4 Autumn  Unit 5 Length (PDF 42Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 5 Length (WORD 155Kb)
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Y4T1 Unit 6 Perimeter, coordinates
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Measure and calculate the perimeter of rectangles and simple shapes using standard units.
 Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure length.
 Record estimates and readings from scales to a suitable degree of accuracy.
 Recognise position and directions, for example, describe and find the position of a point on a grid of squares where the lines are numbered.
Y4 Autumn  Unit 6 Perimeter, coordinates (PDF 36Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 6 Perimeter, coordinates (WORD 124Kb)
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Y4T1 Unit 8 Properties of numbers and number sequences
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Recognise and extend number sequences formed by counting from any number in steps of constant size extending beyond zero when counting back e.g. count on in steps of 25 to 500 and then back to, say, 100.
 Recognise odd and even numbers up to 1000 and some of their properties, including the outcome of sums or differences of pairs or odd/even numbers.
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships, generalise and predict.
 Make and investigate a general statement about familiar numbers, finding examples that satisfy it.
Y4 Autumn  Unit 8 Properties of numbers and number sequences, reasoning about numbers (PDF 62Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 8 Properties of number and number sequences (WORD 164Kb)
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Y4T1 Unit 9 Multiplication and division
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Extend understanding of the operations of multiplication and division and their relationship to each other and addition and subtraction.
 Use doubling or halving starting from known facts.
 Approximate first. Use informal pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain multiplication and divisions.
 Develop and refine methods for TU × U, TU ÷ U
Y4 Autumn  Unit 9 Multiplication and division (PDF 46Kb)
Y4 Autumn  Unit 9 Multiplication and division (WORD 176Kb)
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Y4T2 Unit 1 Ordering and rounding numbers
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Multiply or divide any integer up to 1000 by 10 (wholenumber answers), and understand the effect. Begin to multiply by 100.
 Read and write the vocabulary of comparing and ordering numbers.
 Use symbols correctly including less than (<), greater than (>) and equals (=).
 Round any positive integer less than 1000 to nearest 10 or 100.
Y4 Spring  Unit 1 Ordering and rounding numbers (PDF 60Kb)
Y4 Spring  Unit 1 Ordering and rounding numbers (WORD 156Kb)
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Y4T2 Unit 11 Fractions and decimals
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use fraction notation. Recognise simple fractions that are several parts of a whole; such as 1/3 or 5/8 and mixed numbers such as 53/4; recognise the equivalence of simple fractions (e.g. fractions equivalent to ½, ¼ or ¾).
 Identify two simple fractions with a total of 1.
 Order simple fractions; for example decide whether fractions such as 3/8 or 7/10 are greater or less than one half.
 Understand decimal notation and place value for tenths and hundredths and use it in context, e.g. order amounts of money; convert a sum of money such as £13.25.
Y4 Spring  Unit 11 Fractions and decimals (PDF 100Kb)
Y4 Spring  Unit 11 Fractions and decimals (WORD 296Kb)
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Y4T2 Unit 12 Handling data
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Solve a problem by collecting quickly, organising, representing and interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams, including those generated by a computer, for example: bar charts  intervals labelled in 2s, 5s, 10s or 20s; Venn and Carroll diagrams (two criteria).
Y4 Spring  Unit 12 Handling data (PDF 92Kb)
Y4 Spring  Unit 12 Handling data (WORD 223Kb)
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Y4T2 Unit 2 Addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Understand the principles (not the name) of the associative law as it applies to addition.
 Add or subtract the nearest multiple of 10, then adjust.
 Use known number facts and place value to add or subtract mentally, including any pair of twodigit whole numbers.
 Develop and refine written methods for column addition of two or more whole numbers less than 1000.
Y4 Spring  Unit 2 Addition and subtraction (PDF 77Kb)
Y4 Spring  Unit 2 Addition and subtraction (WORD 209Kb)
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Y4T2 Unit 3 Written methods of addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use informal pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain additions/subtractions.
 Develop and refine written methods for: column addition and subtraction of two whole numbers less than 1000 and addition of more than two such numbers; money calculations.
Y4 Spring  Unit 3 Written methods of addition and subtraction (PDF 82Kb)
Y4 Spring  Unit 3 Written methods of addition and subtraction (WORD 201Kb)
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Y4T2 Unit 4 Measures  time, mass and area
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Estimate/check times using seconds, minutes, hours.
 Know and use the relationships between familiar units of mass.
 Know the equivalent of a quarter, a half, threequarters and onetenth of 1kg in grams.
 Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure mass.
 Record estimates and readings from scales to suitable degree of accuracy.
 Measure and calculate the perimeter and area of rectangles and other simple shapes, using counting methods and standard units (cm, cm2).
Y4 Spring  Unit 4 Measures  time, mass and area (PDF 104Kb)
Y4 Spring  Unit 4 Measures  time, mass and area (WORD 209Kb)
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Y4T2 Unit 5 Problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Choose and use appropriate number operations and appropriate ways of calculating (mental, mental with jottings, pencil and paper) to solve problems.
 Explain methods and reasoning about numbers orally and in writing.
 Check with an equivalent calculation.
Y4 Spring  Unit 5 Problem solving (PDF 71Kb)
Y4 Spring  Unit 5 Problem solving (WORD 195Kb)
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Y4T2 Unit 6 Direction and angle
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Recognise positions and directions: e.g. describe and find the position of a point on a grid of squares where the lines are numbered.
 Recognise simple examples of horizontal and vertical lines.
 Use the eight compass directions N, S, E, W, NE, NW, SE, SW.
 Make and measure clockwise and anticlockwise turns: e.g. from SW to N, or from 4 to 10 on a clock face.
 Begin to know that angles are measured in degrees and that: whole turn is 360 degrees or four right angles; a quarter turn is 90 degrees or one right angle; half a right angle is 45 degrees.
 Start to order a set of angles less than 180 degrees.
Y4 Spring  Unit 6 Direction and angle (PDF 61Kb)
Y4 Spring  Unit 6 Direction and angle (WORD 197Kb)
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Y4T2 Unit 8 Properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Recognise negative numbers in context (e.g. on a number line, on a temperature scale).
 Recognise and extend number sequences formed by counting from any number in steps of constant size, extending beyond zero when counting back.
 Make and investigate a general statement about familiar numbers by finding examples that satisfy it.
 Explain methods and reasoning about numbers orally and in writing.
Y4 Spring  Unit 8 Properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers (PDF 84Kb)
Y4 Spring  Unit 8 Properties of numbers and reasoning about numbers (WORD 226Kb)
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Y4T2 Unit 9 Multiplication and division
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Extend understanding of the operations of multiplication and division, and their relationship to each other and to addition and subtraction.
 Understand the principles (not the names) of the commutative, associative and distributive laws as they apply to multiplication.
 Know by heart: multiplication facts for 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables.
 Derive quickly: division facts corresponding to 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables.
 Find remainders after division. Divide a whole number of pounds by 2, 4, 5 or 10 to give pounds and pence.
 Use closely related facts.
 Partition [e.g. 23 × 4 = (20 × 4) + (3 × 4)].
Y4 Spring  Unit 9 Multiplication and division (PDF 113Kb)
Y4 Spring  Unit 9 Multiplication and division (WORD 243Kb)
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Y4T2 Unit10 Calculations and problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Approximate first. Use informal pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain multiplications and divisions.
 Use informal pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain additions/subtractions.
 Choose and use appropriate number operations and appropriate ways of calculating (mental, mental with jottings, pencil and paper) to solve problems.
 Use all four operations to solve word problems involving numbers in ‘real life’, money and measures (including time), using one or more steps.
 Check with the inverse operation.
Y4 Spring  Unit 10 Calculations and problem solving (PDF 68Kb)
Y4 Spring  Unit 10 Calculations and problem solving (WORD 244Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 1 Place value
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Read and write the vocabulary of comparing and ordering numbers. Use symbols correctly, including less than (<), greater than (>), equals (=).
 Give one or more numbers lying between two given numbers and order a set of whole numbers less than 10 000.
 Round any positive integer less than 1000 to the nearest 10 or 100.
 Multiply or divide any integer up to 1000 by 10 (whole number answers), and understand the effect.
 Begin to multiply whole numbers by 100.
Y4 Summer  Unit 1 Place value (PDF 57Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 1 Place value (WORD 585Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 10 Multiplication and division 2
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Develop and refine written methods for TU × U, TU ÷ U.
 Begin to know: multiplication facts for 6, 7, 8 and 9 times tables.
 Derive quickly division facts to 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables.
 Use known number facts and place value to multiply and divide integers, including by 10 and then 100 (whole number answers).
Y4 Summer  Unit 10 Multiplication and division 2 (PDF 81Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 10 Multiplication and division 2 (WORD 691Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 11 Fractions and decimals
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Recognise simple fractions that are several parts of a whole, and mixed numbers; recognise the equivalence of simple fractions, e.g. fractions equivalent to ½, ¼ or ¾. Identify two simple fractions with a total of 1, e.g. 3/10 and 7/10.
 Understand decimal notation and place value for tenths and hundredths and use it in context. For example, convert a sum of money such as£13.25 to pence, or a length such as 125 cm to m; round a sum of money to the nearest pound.
 Begin to use ideas of simple proportion: for example, "one for every" and "one in every".
Y4 Summer  Unit 11 Fractions and decimals (PDF 94Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 11 Fractions and decimals (WORD 703Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 12 Addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Consolidate understanding of relationship between + and −.
 Use known number facts and place value to add or subtract mentally, including any pair of twodigit whole numbers.
 Develop and refine fine written methods for column addition and subtraction of two whole numbers less than 1000.
Y4 Summer  Unit 12 Addition and subtraction 3 (PDF 79Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 12 Addition and subtraction 3 (WORD 273Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 13 Handling data
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Solve a problem by collecting quickly, organising, representing and interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams, including those generated by a computer, for example: tally charts and frequency tables; pictograms  symbol representing 2, 5, 10 or 20 units; bar charts  intervals labelled in 2s, 5s, 10s or 20s; Venn and Carroll diagrams (two criteria).
Y4 Summer  Unit 13 Handling data (PDF 130Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 13 Handling data (WORD 622Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 2 Addition and subtraction 1
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Develop and refine written methods for column subtraction of two whole numbers less than 1000; money calculations (for example £7.85 + or − £3.49).
 Choose and use appropriate number operations and appropriate ways of calculating (mental, mental with jottings, pencil and paper) to solve problems.
 Use all four operations to solve word problems involving numbers in 'real life' and money using one or more steps, including converting pounds to pence.
 Use knowledge of sums or differences of odd/even numbers.
Y4 Summer  Unit 2 Addition and subtraction 1 (PDF 70Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 2 Addition and subtraction 1 (WORD 270Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 3 Addition and subtraction 2
Date of issue: Jun. 2002
Objectives:
 Develop and refine written methods for column subtraction of two whole numbers less than 1000; money calculations (for example £7.85 + or  £3.49).
 Choose and use appropriate number operations and appropriate ways of calculating (mental, mental with jottings, pencil and paper) to solve problems.
 Use all four operations to solve word problems involving numbers in ëreal lifeí and money using one or more steps, including converting pounds to pence.
 Use knowledge of sums or differences of odd/even numbers.
Y4 Summer  Unit 3 Addition and subtraction 2 (PDF 243Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 3 Addition and subtraction 2 (WORD 606Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 4 Measures
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use, read and write standard metric units (km, m, cm, mm, kg, g, l, ml) including their abbreviations, and imperial units (mile, pint).
 Know the equivalent of one half, one quarter, three quarters and one tenth of 1 km, 1 m, 1 kg, 1 litre in m, cm, g, ml.
 Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity.
 Record estimates and readings from scales to a suitable degree of accuracy.
 Know and use the relationships between familiar units of length, mass and capacity.
 Use all four operations to solve word problems involving numbers in ëreal lifeí in measures using one or more steps including converting metres to centimetres and vice versa.
Y4 Summer  Unit 4 Measures (PDF 143Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 4 Measures (WORD 635Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 5 Shape and space
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Sketch the reflection of a simple shape in a mirror line parallel to one side (all sides parallel or perpendicular to the mirror line.
 Recognise positions and directions: for example, describe and find the position of a point on a grid of squares where the lines are numbered.
 Recognise simple examples of horizontal and vertical lines.
Y4 Summer  Unit 5 Shape and space (PDF 60Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 5 Shape and space (WORD 245Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 6 Angles and position
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Make and measure clockwise and anticlockwise turns, for example, from SW to N or from 4 to 10 on a clock face.
 Begin to know that angles are measured in degrees and that: one whole turn is 360° or 4 right angles; a quarter turn is 90° of one right angle; half a right angle is 45°
 Start to order a set of angles less than 180°.
 Use the eight compass directions, N, S, E, W, NE, NW, SE, SW.
 Recognise positions and directions for example, describe and find the position of a point on a grid of squares where the lines are numbered.
 Recognise simple examples of horizontal and vertical lines.
Y4 Summer  Unit 6 Angles and position (PDF 63Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 6 Angles and position (WORD 614Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 8 Properties of number
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Recognise multiples of 2, 3, 4, 5,10 up to the tenth multiple.
 Explain methods and reasoning about numbers, orally and in writing.
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships, generalise and predict.
 Use am and pm and the notation 9:53.
 Read simple timetables and use this yearís calendar.
Y4 Summer  Unit 8 Properties of number (PDF 87Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 8 Properties of number (WORD 654Kb)
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Y4T3 Unit 9 Multiplication and division 1
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Understand the principle (not the name) of the distributive law as it applies to multiplication.
 Round up or down after division, depending on the context.
 Use known number facts and place value to multiply and divide integers including by 10 and then by 100.
 Use doubling or halving starting from known facts.
 Use the relationship between multiplication and division.
 Derive quickly: division facts corresponding to 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables.
 Use all four operations to solve word problems involving numbers in 'real life', money and measures, using one or more steps.
Y4 Summer  Unit 9 Multiplication and division 1 (PDF 106Kb)
Y4 Summer  Unit 9 Multiplication and division 1 (WORD 637Kb)
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Y5T1: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 5 Autumn Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 5 Autumn Term Unit Plans (ZIP 1.7Mb)
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Y5T2: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 5 Spring Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 5 Spring Term Unit Plans (ZIP 1.7Mb)
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Y5T3: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 5 Summer Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 5 Summer Term Unit Plans (ZIP 1.7Mb)
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Y5T1 Unit 1 Place value
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Read and write whole numbers to at least 10 000 in figures and words, and know what each digit represents.
 Multiply and divide any positive integer up to 10 000 by 10 or 100 and understand the effect.
 Use the vocabulary of comparing and ordering numbers, including symbols such as <, > and = . Give one or more numbers lying between two given numbers. Order a set of integers less than 1 million.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
Y5 Autumn  Unit 1 Place value (PDF 268Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 1 Place value (WORD 126Kb)
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Y5T1 Unit 10 Measures including problems
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity. Record estimates and readings from scales to a suitable degree of accuracy.
 Use units of time; read the time on a 24hour clock, and use 24hour clock notation such as 19:53.
 Use all four operations to solve simple word problems, involving numbers and quantities based on ‘reallife’, money and measures (including time), using one or more steps.
 Explain methods and reasoning.
Y5 Autumn  Unit 10 Measures including problems (PDF 144Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 10 Measures including problems (WORD 150Kb)
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Y5T1 Unit 11 Addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Find difference by counting up through next multiple of 10, 100 or 1000.
 Partition into H, T and U adding the most significant digits first.
 Use informal pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain additions and subtractions.
 Extend written methods to column addition/ subtraction of two integers less than 10 000.
 Use all four operations to solve simple word problems involving numbers and quantities based on ‘reallife’ and money using one or more steps.
 Choose and use appropriate number operations to solve problems, and appropriate ways of calculating.
 Check with the inverse operation when using a calculator.
Y5 Autumn  Unit 11 Addition and subtraction (PDF 384Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 11 Addition and subtraction (WORD 220Kb)
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Y5T1 Unit 12 Properties of number
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Recognise and extend number sequences formed by counting from any number in steps of constant size, extending beyond zero when counting back.
 Know squares of numbers to at least 10×10.
 Recognise multiples of 6, 7, 8, 9 up to the 10th multiple.
 Find all the pairs of factors of any number up to 100.
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships, generalise and predict. Suggest extensions asking ‘What if...?’
Y5 Autumn  Unit 12 Properties of number (PDF 85Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 12 Properties of number (WORD 280Kb)
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Y5T1 Unit 2 Multiplication and division 1
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Understand the effect of and relationships between the four operations, and the principles (not the names) of the arithmetic laws as they apply to multiplication.
 Use doubling or halving, starting from known facts. For example: double/halve any twodigit number by doubling/ halving the tens first; double one number and halve the other; to multiply by 25, multiply by 100 then divide by 4; find the 16 times table facts by doubling the 8 times table; find sixths by halving thirds.
 Approximate first. Use informal pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain multiplications and divisions. Extend written methods to short multiplication of HTU or U.t by U.
Y5 Autumn  Unit 2 Multiplication and division 1 (PDF 55Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 2 Multiplication and division 1 (WORD 173Kb)
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Y5T1 Unit 3 Multiplication and division 2
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Approximate first. Use informal pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain multiplications and divisions. Extend written methods to short division of HTU by U.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
 Check with the inverse operation when using a calculator.
 Estimate by approximating (round to nearest 10 or 100), then check result.
 Use all four operations to solve simple word problems involving numbers and quantities based on money.
 Choose and use appropriate number operations to solve problems, and appropriate ways of calculating: mental, mental with jottings, written methods, calculator.
Y5 Autumn  Unit 3 Multiplication and division 2 (PDF 74Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 3 Multiplication and division 2 (WORD 196Kb)
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Y5T1 Unit 4 Fractions
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use fraction notation, including mixed numbers, and the vocabulary numerator and denominator. Change an improper fraction to a mixed number (e.g. change 13/10 to 1 3/10).
 Recognise when two simple fractions are equivalent, including relating hundredths to tenths (e.g. 70/100 = 7/10).
 Order a set of fractions such as 2, 2¾, 1¾, 2½, 1½ and
 position them on a number line.
Y5 Autumn  Unit 4 Fractions (PDF 177Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 4 Fractions (WORD 172Kb)
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Y5T1 Unit 5 Fractions, decimals...
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use decimal notation for tenths and hundredths. Know what each digit represents in numbers with up to two decimal places.
 Relate fractions to their decimal representations: that is recognise the equivalence between the decimal and fraction forms of onehalf, onequarter,threequarters...and tenths and hundredths (e.g. 7/10 = 0.7, 27/100 = 0.27).
 Begin to understand percentage as the number of parts in every hundred and find simple percentages of small wholenumber quantities (e.g. 25% of £8).
 Solve simple problems using ideas of ratio and proportion.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
Y5 Autumn  Unit 5 Fractions, decimals, percentages, ratio and proportion (PDF 61Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 5 Fractions, decimals, percentages, ratio and proportion (WORD 179Kb)
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Y5T1 Unit 6a Handling data 1
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Discuss the chance or likelihood of particular events.
 Solve a problem by representing and interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs, and diagrams, including those generated by a computer, for example: bar line charts, vertical axis labelled in 2s, 5s, 10s, 20s and 100s, first where intermediate points have no meaning (e.g. scores on a dice rolled 50 times), then when they may have meaning (e.g. room temperature over time).
 Find the mode of a set of data.
Y5 Autumn  Unit 6a Handling data 1 (PDF 70Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 6a Handling data 1 (WORD 170Kb)
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Y5T1 Unit 6b Handling data 2
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Solve a problem by representing and interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams, including those generated by a computer.
 Find the mode of a set of data.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
Y5 Autumn  Unit 6b Handling data 2 (PDF 51Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 6b Handling data 2 (WORD 150Kb)
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Y5T1 Unit 8 Shape and space
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Recognise properties of rectangles. Classify triangles (isosceles, equilateral, scalene) using criteria such as equal sides and equal angles, lines of symmetry.
 Make shapes with increasing accuracy.
 Recognise positions and directions: read and plot coordinates in the first quadrant.
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships, generalise and predict.
 Explain method and reasoning.
Y5 Autumn  Unit 8 Shape and space (PDF 47Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 8 Shape and space (WORD 154Kb)
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Y5T1 Unit 9 Measures
Date of issue: May. 2002
Objectives:
 Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity. Measure and draw lines to the nearest millimetre. Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity. Measure and draw lines to the nearest millimetre.
 Use, read and write standard metric units (km, m, cm, mm, kg, g, l, ml), including their abbreviations and relationships between them. Convert larger to smaller units (e.g. km to m, m to cm or mm, kg to g, l to ml). Know imperial units (mile, pint, gallon).
 Understand, measure and calculate perimeter of rectangles and regular polygons.
Y5 Autumn  Unit 9 Measures (PDF 494Kb)
Y5 Autumn  Unit 9 Measures (WORD 160Kb)
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Y5T2 Unit 1 Place value
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use the vocabulary of comparing and ordering numbers, including symbols such as <, >, =, ≤ and ≥.
 Order a set of integers less than 1 million.
 Order a given set of positive and negative integers (e.g. on a number line, on a thermometer).
 Solve a problem by representing and interpreting data in tables, charts and diagrams.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
Y5 Spring  Unit 1 Place value (PDF 172Kb)
Y5 Spring  Unit 1 Place value (WORD 151Kb)
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Y5T2 Unit 10 Addition and subtraction 2
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Extend written methods to: column addition/subtraction of two integers less than10 000; addition of more than two integers less than 10 000; addition or subtraction of a pair of decimal fractions one or both with two decimal places (e.g. £29.78 + £53.34).
 Use all four operations to solve simple word problems involving numbers and quantities.
Y5 Spring  Unit 10 Addition and subtraction 2 (PDF 59Kb)
Y5 Spring  Unit 10 Addition and subtraction 2 (WORD 621Kb)
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Y5T2 Unit 11 Reasoning about numbers
Date of issue: May. 2002
Objectives:
 Recognise and extend number sequences formed by counting from any number in steps of constant size, extending beyond zero when counting back. For example: count in steps of 25 to 1000 and then back; count on or back in steps of 0.1, 0.2, 0.3 ...;
 Recognise multiples of 6, 7, 8 and 9 up to the tenth multiple. Know and apply tests of divisibility by 2, 4, 5, 10 or 100.
 Make and investigate a general statement about familiar numbers or shapes by finding examples that satisfy it.
 Suggest extensions by asking 'What if ...?'.
Y5 Spring  Unit 11 Reasoning about numbers (PDF 119Kb)
Y5 Spring  Unit 11 Reasoning about numbers (WORD 633Kb)
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Y5T2 Unit 2 Problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2002
Objectives;
 Begin to use brackets.
 Use doubling or halving, starting from known facts.
 Use factors.
 Use all four operations to solve simple word problems involving numbers and quantities.
 Choose and use appropriate number operations to solve problems, and appropriate ways of calculating: mental, mental with jottings, written methods, and calculator.
 Check with the inverse operation when using a calculator.
 Check with an equivalent calculation.
Y5 Spring  Unit 2 Problem solving (PDF 58Kb)
Y5 Spring  Unit 2 Problem solving (WORD 182Kb)
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Y5T2 Unit 3 Multiplication and division
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use factors (e.g. 8 × 12 = 8 × 4 × 3).
 Use closely related facts (e.g. multiply by 19 or 21 by multiplying by 20 and adjusting; develop the ×12 table from the ×10 and ×2 tables).
 Partition (e.g. 47 × 6 = (40 × 6) + (7 × 6)).
 Use the relationship between multiplication and division.
 Use known facts and place value to multiply and divide mentally.
 Use all four operations to solve simple word problems involving numbers and quantities. Explain methods and reasoning.
Y5 Spring  Unit 3 Multiplication and division (PDF 71Kb)
Y5 Spring  Unit 3 Multiplication and division (WORD 183Kb)
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Y5T2 Unit 4 Fractions and decimals
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Order a set of fractions, such as 2, 2¾, 1¾, 1½, and position them on a number line.
 Relate fractions to division and use division to find simple fractions, including tenths and hundredths, of numbers and quantities.
 Order a set of numbers or measurements with the same number of decimal places.
 Round a number with one or two decimal places to the nearest integer.
Y5 Spring  Unit 4 Fractions and decimals (PDF 237Kb)
Y5 Spring  Unit 4 Fractions and decimals (WORD 201Kb)
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Y5T2 Unit 5a Shape and space
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Visualise 3D shapes from 2D drawings.
 Recognise positions and directions: read and plot coordinates in the first quadrant; recognise perpendicular and parallel lines.
 Recognise reflective symmetry in regular polygons.
 Complete symmetrical patterns with two lines of symmetry at right angles.
 Make and investigate a general statement about familiar shapes by finding examples that satisfy it.
Y5 Spring  Unit 5a Shape and space (PDF 78Kb)
Y5 Spring  Unit 5a Shape and space (WORD 623Kb)
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Y5T2 Unit 5b Angle
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Understand and use angle measure in degrees.
 Identify, estimate and order acute and obtuse angles.
 Use a protractor to measure and draw acute and obtuse angles to the nearest 5°.
 Calculate angles in a straight line
Y5 Spring  Unit 5b Angle (PDF 97Kb)
Y5 Spring  Unit 5b Angle (WORD 607Kb)
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Y5T2 Unit 7 Measures
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Understand area measured in square centimetres (cm²). Understand and use formula in words ‘length x breadth’ for the area of a rectangle.
 Use, read and write standard metric units (km, m, cm, mm, kg, g, l, ml), including their abbreviations, and relationships between them. Convert larger to smaller units (e.g. km to m, m to cm or mm, kg to g, l to ml).
 Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity. Record estimates and readings from scales to a suitable degree of accuracy.
Y5 Spring  Unit 7 Measures (PDF 70Kb)
Y5 Spring  Unit 7 Measures (WORD 633Kb)
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Y5T2 Unit 8 Handling data
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Solve a problem by representing and interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams, including those generated by a computer, for example: bar line charts, vertical axis labelled in 2s, 5s, 10s or 100s, first where intermediate points have no meaning (e.g. scores on a dice rolled 50 times), then where they may have meaning (e.g. room temperature over time).
Y5 Spring  Unit 8 Handling data (PDF 76Kb)
Y5 Spring  Unit 8 Handling data (WORD 635Kb)
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Y5T2 Unit 9 Addition and subtraction1
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Identify near doubles, such as 1.5 + 1.6.
 Add or subtract the nearest multiple of 10 or 100, then adjust.
 Develop further the relationship between addition and subtraction.
 Add several numbers (e.g. four or five single digits, or multiples of ten such as 40 + 50 + 80).
 Use informal pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain additions and subtractions.
 Choose and use number operations to solve problems and appropriate ways of calculating: mental, mental with jottings, written methods, calculator.
Y5 Spring  Unit 9 Addition and subtraction 1 (PDF 56Kb)
Y5 Spring  Unit 9 Addition and subtraction 1 (WORD 606Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 1 Place value
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use vocabulary of estimation and approximation.
 Make and justify estimates of large numbers and estimate simple proportions.
 Round integers to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000.
 Calculate a temperature rise or fall across 0°C.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
Y5 Summer  Unit 1 Place value (PDF 41Kb)
Y5 Summer  Unit 1 Place value (WORD 598Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 10 Measures and problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use, read and write standard metric units (km, m, cm, mm, kg, g, l, ml), including their abbreviations, and relationships between them. Convert larger to smaller units (e.g. km to m, m to cm or mm, kg to g, l to ml). Know imperial units (mile, gallon, pint).
 Use units of time; read the time on a 24hour digital clock and use 24hour clock notation such as 19:53. Use timetables.
 Use all four operations to solve simple word problems involving numbers and quantities based on 'real life', money and measures (including time), using one or more steps, including making simple conversions of pounds to foreign currency and finding simple percentages. Explain methods and reasoning.
Y5 Summer  Unit 10 Measures and problem solving (PDF 101Kb)
Y5 Summer  Unit 10 Measures and problem solving (WORD 177Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 11 Addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use known number facts and place value for mental addition and subtraction (e.g. 470 + 380, 810 – 380, 7.4 + 9.8, 9.2 – 8.6).
 Use informal pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain additions and subtractions. Extend written methods to: column addition/ subtraction of two integers less than 10 000; addition of more than two integers less than 10 000; addition or subtraction of a pair of decimal fractions, both with one or both with two decimal places. (e.g. £29.78 + £53.34).
 Choose and use appropriate number operations to solve problems, and appropriate ways of calculating; mental, mental with jottings, written methods, calculator.
Y5 Summer  Unit 11 Addition and subtraction (PDF 68Kb)
Y5 Summer  Unit 11 Addition and subtraction (WORD 622Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 12 Properties of numbers and sequences
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Make general statements about odd or even numbers, including the outcome of sums and differences.
 Find all the pairs of factors of any number up to 100.
 Make and investigate a general statement about familiar numbers or shapes by finding examples that satisfy it. Explain a generalised relationship (formula) in words.
Y5 Summer  Unit 12 Properties of numbers and number sequences (PDF 171Kb)
Y5 Summer  Unit 12 Properties of numbers and number sequences (WORD 259Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 2 Mutiplication and division 1
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Begin to express a quotient as a fraction, or as a decimal when dividing a whole number by 2, 4, 5 or 10, or when dividing £.p. Round up or down after division, depending on the context.
 Use all four operations to solve simple word problems involving numbers and quantities, based on ‘real life’ money and measures including using one or more steps and making simple conversions of pounds to foreign currency. Explain methods and reasoning.
Y5 Summer  Unit 2 Multiplication and division 1 (PDF 54Kb)
Y5 Summer  Unit 2 Multiplication and division 1 (WORD 165Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 3 Multiplication and division 2
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use the relationship between multiplication and division.
 Use known facts and place value to multiply and divide mentally
 Extend written methods to; short multiplication of HTU or U.T by U; long multiplication of TU by TU; short division of HTU by U (with integer remainder).
 Choose and use appropriate number operations to solve problems and appropriate ways of calculating: mental, mental with jottings, written methods, calculator.
Y5 Summer  Unit 3 Multiplication and division 2 (PDF 47Kb)
Y5 Summer  Unit 3 Multiplication and division 2 (WORD 205Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 4 Fractions, decimals and...
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Relate fractions to division, and use division to find simple fractions, including tenths and hundredths of numbers and quantities.
 Relate fractions to their decimal representation: that is recognise the equivalence between the decimal and fraction forms of one half, one quarter, three quarters and tenths and hundredths.
 Begin to understand percentage as the number of parts in every 100 and find simple percentages of small wholenumber quantities. Express one half, one quarter, three quarters and tenths and hundredths, as percentages.
Y5 Summer  Unit 4 Fractions, decimals and percentages (PDF 86Kb)
Y5 Summer  Unit 4 Fractions, decimals and percentages (WORD 180Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 5 Fractions, decimals... ratio and proportion
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Relate fractions to division, and use division to find simple fractions, including tenths and hundredths of numbers and quantities.
 Find fractions and simple percentages of small whole–number quantities.
 Solve problems involving ratio and proportion.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
Y5 Summer  Unit 5 Fractions, decimals, percentages, ratio and proportion (PDF 314Kb)
Y5 Summer  Unit 5 Fractions, decimals, percentages, ratio and proportion (WORD 172Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 6a Handling data
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Discuss the chance or likelihood of particular events.
 Solve a problem by representing and interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams, including those generated by a computer.
 Find the mode of a set of data.
Y5 Summer  Unit 6a Handling data (PDF 67Kb)
Y5 Summer  Unit 6a Handling data (WORD 630Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 6b Solving problems and puzzles
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships, generalise and predict.
 Suggest extensions asking ‘What if…?’.
 Explain methods and reasoning, orally and in writing
Y5 Summer  Unit 6b Solving problems and puzzles (PDF 107Kb)
Y5 Summer  Unit 6b Solving problems and puzzles (WORD 657Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 8 Shapes and space
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Make shapes with increasing accuracy.
 Recognise reflective symmetry in regular polygons: for example, know that a square has four axes of symmetry and an equilateral triangle has three;
 Complete symmetrical patterns with two lines of symmetry at right angles (using squared paper or peg board);
 Recognise where a shape will be after reflection in a mirror line parallel to one side (sides not all parallel or perpendicular to the mirror line); Recognise where a shape will be after a translation.
 Make and investigate a general statement about familiar numbers or shapes by finding examples that satisfy it.
 Suggest extensions asking ‘What if…?’
Y5 Summer  Unit 8 Shape and space (PDF 70Kb)
Y5 Summer  Unit 8 Shape and space (WORD 197Kb)
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Y5T3 Unit 9 Shape, space and measures
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Recognise positions and directions: read and plot coordinates in the first quadrant; recognise perpendicular and parallel lines.
 Recognise properties of rectangles.
 Use a protractor to measure and draw acute and obtuse angles to the nearest 5°.
 Measure and draw lines to the nearest millimetre.
 Understand, measure and calculate perimeters of rectangles and regular polygons.
 Make and investigate a general statement about familiar numbers or shapes by finding examples that satisfy it. Explain a generalised relationship (formula) in words.
Y5 Summer  Unit 9 Shape, space and measures (WORD 677Kb)
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Y5 Summer  Unit 9 Shape, space and measures (PDF 128Kb)
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Y6T1: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 6 Autumn Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 6 Autumn Term Unit Plans (ZIP 1.7Mb)
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Y6T2: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 6 Spring Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 6 Spring Term Unit Plans (ZIP 2.3Mb)
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Y6T3: All Unit Plans
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
This zipped file contains the Word versions and PDFs of all the Year 6 Summer Term Unit Plans and resources which have been published by the Primary National Strategy. You will need an UnZip program to extract these files.
All Year 6 Summer Term Unit Plans (ZIP 2.4Mb)
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Y6T1 Unit 1 Place value
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Multiply and divide decimals by 10 or 100 integers by 1000, explain the effect.
 Identify and use appropriate operations (including combinations of operations) to solve problems involving numbers and quantities based on 'real life' or money, using one or more steps.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 1 Place value (PDF 126Kb)
Y6 Autumn  Unit 1 Place value (WORD 139Kb)
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Y6T1 Unit 10 Shape and space, position, movement and scales, and...
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Read and plot coordinates in all four quadrants.
 Recognise where a shape will be after two translations.
 Identify and use appropriate operations to solve word problems involving numbers and quantities based on 'real life' or measures, using one or more steps.
 Choose and use appropriate number operations to solve problems and appropriate ways of calculating. Explain methods and reasoning.
 Record estimates and readings from scales to a suitable degree of accuracy.
 Know imperial units, know rough equivalents of lb and kg, oz and g, miles and km, litres and pints or gallons.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 10 Shape and space: position, movement and scales: solve problems (WORD 182Kb)
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Y6 Autumn  Unit 10 Shape and space: position movements and scales: solve problems (PDF 144Kb)
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Y6T1 Unit 11 Addition and subtraction, problems and checking solutions
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Find a difference by counting up; add or subtract the nearest multiple of 10 100 or 1000, then adjust.
 Use informal pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain additions and subtractions.
 Extend written methods to column addition and subtraction of numbers involving decimals.
 Identify and use appropriate operations to solve word problems involving numbers and quantities.
 Check with the inverse operation when using a calculator.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 11 Addition and subtraction, problems and checking solutions (WORD 206Kb)
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Y6 Autumn  Unit 11 Addition and subtraction, problems and checking solutions (PDF 207Kb)
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Y6T1 Unit 12 Number sequences
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships, generalise and predict.
 Recognise and extend number sequences, such as the sequence of square numbers, or the sequence of triangular numbers.
 Explain methods and reasoning, orally and in writing.
 Develop from explaining a generalised relationship in words to expressing it in a formula using letters as symbols.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 12 Number sequences (WORD 190Kb)
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Y6 Autumn  Unit 12 Number sequences (PDF 92Kb)
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Y6T1 Unit 2 Multiplication and division, mental methods
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use the relationship between multiplication division.
 Use related facts and doubling and halving.
 Identify and use appropriate operations (including combinations of operations) to solve word problems.
 Approximate first.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 2 Multiplication and division, mental methods (PDF 113Kb)
Y6 Autumn  Unit 2 Multiplication and division, mental methods (WORD 169Kb)
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Y6T1 Unit 3 Multiplication and division, written methods
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use pencil and paper methods to support, record or explain multiplications and divisions.
 Extend written methods to short multiplication of numbers involving decimals.
 Round up or down after division, depending on context.
 Identify and use the appropriate operations (including combinations of operations) to solve word problems involving numbers and quantities.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 3 Multiplication and division, written methods (PDF 269Kb)
Y6 Autumn  Unit 3 Multiplication and division, written methods (WORD 179Kb)
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Y6T1 Unit 4 Fractions, decimals and percentages
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Reduce a fraction to its simplest form by cancelling common factors.
 Recognise the equivalence between the decimal and fraction forms.
 Use decimal notation for tenths and hundredths; extend to thousandths for measurements.
 Know what each digit represents.
 Understand percentage as the number of parts in every 100.
 Find simple percentages.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 4 Fractions, decimals and percentages (PDF 55Kb)
Y6 Autumn  Unit 4 Fractions, decimals and percentages (WORD 161Kb)
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Y6T1 Unit 5 Fractions, decimals and percentages, ratio and proportion
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Round a number with two decimal places to the nearest tenth or to the nearest whole number.
 Recognise the equivalence between decimal and fractions, forms.
 Solve simple problems involving ratio and proportion.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 5 Fractions, decimals and percentages, ratio and proportion (PDF 38Kb)
Y6 Autumn  Unit 5 Fractions, decimals and percentages, ratio and proportion (WORD 170Kb)
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Y6T1 Unit 6a Handling data
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use the language associated with probability to discuss events, including those with equally likely outcomes.
 Solve a problem by representing, extracting and interpreting data in tables, graphs, charts and diagrams, including those generated by a computer, for example; line graphs, bar charts with grouped discrete data.
 Find the mode and range of a set of data.
 Begin to find the median and mean of a set of data.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 6a Handling data (PDF 119Kb)
Y6 Autumn  Unit 6a Handling data (WORD 176Kb)
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Y6T1 Unit 6b Using a calculator
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
 Check with the inverse operations when using a calculator.
 Check with an equivalent calculation.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 6b Using a calculator (PDF 54Kb)
Y6 Autumn  Unit 6b Using a calculator (WORD 147Kb)
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Y6T1 Unit 8 Shape and space  reasoning about shapes...
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Classify quadrilaterals using criteria such as parallel sides, equal angles, equal sides . . . .
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships(orally and in writing).
 Calculate perimeter of rectangles and area of simple compound shapes that can be split into rectangles.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 8 Shape and space: reasoning about shapes: measures (PDF 57Kb)
Y6 Autumn  Unit 8 Shape and space, reasoning about shapes: measures (WORD 185Kb)
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Y6T1 Unit 9 Measures
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use, read and write standard metric units of length, km, m, cm, mm, including their abbreviations and relationships between them.
 Convert smaller units to larger and vice versa: m to km, cm or mm to m.
 Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure length.
 Identify and use appropriate operations to solve word problems involving numbers and quantities (based on 'real life' or measures).
 Know rough equivalents of miles and kilometres.
 Appreciate different times around the world.
Y6 Autumn  Unit 9 Measures (WORD 176Kb)
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Y6 Autumn  Unit 9 Measures (PDF 228Kb)
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Y6T2 Unit 1 Place value
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Find the difference between a positive and a negative integer, or two negative integers, in the context such as temperature or a number line, and order a set of positive and negative integers.
 Order a mixed set of numbers or measurements with up to 3 decimal places.
 Consolidate rounding an integer to the nearest 10, 100, or 1000.
 Round a number with two decimal places to the nearest tenth or nearest whole number.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
Y6 Spring  Unit 1 Place value (PDF 117Kb)
Y6 Spring  Unit 1 Place value (WORD 127Kb)
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Y6T2 Unit 10 Ratio, proportion, data handling and problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Solve simple problems involving ratio and proportion.
 Solve a problem by representing, extracting and interpreting data in tables, graphs, chartsand diagrams, including those generated by a computer, for example: line graphs; frequency tables and bar charts with grouped discrete data.
Y6 Spring  Unit 10 Ratio, proportion, data handling and problem solving (PDF 276Kb)
Y6 Spring  Unit 10 Ratio, proportion, data handling and problem solving (WORD 352Kb)
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Y6T2 Unit 11 Properties of and reasoning about numbers
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Make general statements about odd or even numbers, including the outcome of products.
 Know and apply simple tests of divisibility. Find simple common multiples.
 Recognise prime numbers to at least 20.
 Factorise numbers to 100 into prime factors.
 Explain methods and reasoning, orally and in writing.
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships, generalise and predict. Suggest extensions asking ‘What if . . .?’
 Develop from explaining a generalised relationship in words to expressing it in a formula using letters as symbols (e.g. the cost of n articles at 15p each).
Y6 Spring  Unit 11 Properties of and reasoning about numbers (PDF 107Kb)
Y6 Spring  Unit 11 Properties of and reasoning about number (WORD 199Kb)
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Y6T2 Unit 2 Multiplication and division 1
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use known facts and place value to consolidate mental multiplication and division.
 Use the relationship between multiplication and division.
 Express a quotient as a fraction, or as a decimal rounded to 1 decimal place. Dividing £ and p by a twodigit number to give £ and p. Round up or down after division depending on context.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
Y6 Spring  Unit 2 Multiplication and division 1 (PDF 90Kb)
Y6 Spring  Unit 2 Multiplication and division 1 (WORD 184Kb)
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Y6T2 Unit 3 Multiplication and division 2
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Understand and use the relationship between the four operations, and the principles (not the names) of the arithmetic laws.
 Use brackets.
 Use factors.
 Use closely related facts.
 Extend written methods to: long multiplication of a threedigit by a twodigit integer; short division of TU or HTU by U (mixednumber answer); division of HTU by TU (long division, wholenumber answer); short division of numbers involving decimals.
Y6 Spring  Unit 3 Multiplication and division 2 (PDF 75Kb)
Y6 Spring  Unit 3 Multiplication and division 2 (WORD 203Kb)
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Y6T2 Unit 4 Problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Choose and use appropriate number operations to solve problems, and appropriate ways of calculating: mental, mental with jottings, written methods, calculator.
 Explain methods and reasoning.
 Check with an equivalent calculation.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
Y6 Spring  Unit 4 Problem solving (PDF 256Kb)
Y6 Spring  Unit 4 Problem solving (WORD 225Kb)
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Y6T2 Unit 5a Fractions, decimals and percentages
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Order fractions by converting them to fractions with a common denominator, and position them on a number line.
 Use a fraction as an ‘operator’ to find fractions of numbers or quantities.
 Change a fraction to the equivalent mixed number.
 Begin to convert a fraction to decimal using division.
 Express simple fractions as percentages.
 Find simple percentages of small whole number quantities.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
Y6 Spring  Unit 5a Fractions, decimals and percentages (PDF 82Kb)
Y6 Spring  Unit 5a Fractions decimals and percentages (WORD 222Kb)
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Y6T2 Unit 5b Rotations and reflections
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Recognise where a shape will be after a rotation through 90º about one of its vertices.
 Recognise where a shape will be after reflection: in a mirror line touching the shape at a point (sides of shape not necessarily parallel or perpendicular to the mirror line);in two mirror lines at right angles (sides of shape all parallel or perpendicular to mirror line).
Y6 Spring  Unit 5b Rotations and reflections (PDF 99Kb)
Y6 Spring  Unit 5b Rotations and reflections (WORD 195Kb)
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Y6T2 Unit 7 Addition and subtraction
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use known number facts and place value to consolidate mental addition/subtraction.
 Extend written methods to column addition and subtraction of numbers involving decimals.
 Identify and use appropriate operations (including combinations of operations) to solve word problems involving numbers and quantities.
 Explain methods and reasoning.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively.
 Check with the inverse operation when using a calculator.
 Check the sum of several numbers by adding in reverse order.
 Estimate by approximating then check result.
Y6 Spring  Unit 7 Addition and subtraction (PDF 119Kb)
Y6 Spring  Unit 7 Addition and subtraction (WORD 240Kb)
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Y6T2 Unit 8 Angles, 2D and 3D shapes, perimeter and area
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Recognise and estimate angles.
 Use a protractor to measure and draw acute and obtuse angles to the nearest degree.
 Check that the sum of the angles in a triangle is 180 degrees.
 Calculate angles in a triangle or around a point.
 Describe and visualise properties of solid shapes such as parallel or perpendicular faces or edges.
 Visualise 3D shapes from 2D drawings and identify different nets for a closed cube.
 Calculate the perimeter and area of simple compound shapes that can be split into rectangles.
Y6 Spring  Unit 8 Angles, 2D and 3D shapes, perimeter and area (PDF 208Kb)
Y6 Spring  Unit 8 Angles, 2D and 3D shapes, perimeter and area (WORD 498Kb)
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Y6T2 Unit 9 Measures and problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use, read and write standard metric units of length, mass and capacity, including their abbreviations, and relationships between them.
 Convert smaller to larger units and vice versa.
 Know rough equivalents of lb and kg, oz and g, miles and km, litres and pints or gallons.
 Identify and use appropriate operations to solve word problems involving numbers and quantities based on ‘real life’.
 Suggest suitable units to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity.
 Suggest suitable measuring equipment.
 Record estimates and readings from scales to a suitable degree of accuracy.
Y6 Spring  Unit 9 Measures and problem solving (PDF 162Kb)
Y6 Spring  Unit 9 Measures and problem solving (WORD 337Kb)
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Y6T3 Unit 1 Decimals, fractions, percentages
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Multiply and divide decimals mentally by 10 or 100 and by 1000, and explain the effect.
 Order a mixed set of numbers with up to three decimal places.
 Consolidate rounding an integer to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000.
 Round a number with two decimal places to the nearest tenth or whole number.
 Reduce a fraction to its simplest form by cancelling common factors.
 Use a fraction as operator to find fractions of numbers or quantities.
 Understand percentage as the number of parts in every 100.
 Find simple percentages of small wholenumber quantities.
Y6 Summer  Unit 1 Decimals, fractions, percentages (PDF 124Kb)
Y6 Summer  Unit 1 Decimals, fractions, percentages (WORD 668Kb)
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Y6T3 Unit 10 Fractions, proportion, ratio and problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Reduce a fraction to its simplest form by cancelling common factors.
 Use a fraction as an ‘operator’ to find fractions of numbers or quantities, e.g. 5/8 of 32, 7/10 of 40, 9/100 of 400 centimetres.
 Solve simple problems involving ratio and proportion.
Y6 Summer  Unit 10 Fractions, proportion, ratio and problem solving (PDF 92Kb)
Y6 Summer  Unit 10 Fractions, proportion, ratio and problem solving (WORD 719Kb)
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Y6T3 Unit 11 Angles, graphs and problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Use a protractor to measure acute and obtuse angles to the nearest degree.
 Read and plot coordinates in all four quadrants.
 Solve a problem by extracting and interpreting information presented in tables, graphs and charts.
Y6 Summer  Unit 11 Angles, graphs and problem solving (PDF 100Kb)
Y6 Summer  Unit 11 Angles, graphs and problem solving (WORD 730Kb)
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Y6T3 Unit 2 Calculations
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Consolidate all (mental calculation) strategies from previous years.
 Extend written methods to column addition and subtraction of numbers involving decimals.
 Derive quickly division facts corresponding to tables up to 10 x 10.
 Extend written methods to:
 Short multiplication of numbers involving decimals.
 Long multiplication of a threedigit by a twodigit integer.
 Short division of numbers involving decimals.
 Explain methods and reasoning.
 Use a calculator effectively.
 Check results of calculations.
Y6 Summer  Unit 2 Calculations (PDF 168Kb)
Y6 Summer  Unit 2 Calculations (WORD 689Kb)
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Y6T3 Unit 3 Shape and space
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Read and plot coordinates in all four quadrants.
 Use a protractor to measure and draw angles to nearest degree.
 Calculate perimeter and area of simple compound shapes that can be split into rectangles.
 Classify quadrilaterals.
 Calculate angles in a triangle or around a point.
 Visualise 3D shapes from 2D drawing and identify different nets for a closed cube.
 Recognise where a shape will be after reflection.
 Recognise where a shape will be after two translations.
Y6 Summer  Unit 3 Shape and space (PDF 236Kb)
Y6 Summer  Unit 3 Shape and space (WORD 691Kb)
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Y6T3 Unit 4 Problem solving 1
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Solve a problem by representing, extracting and interpreting data in tables, graphs, charts and diagrams, including those generated by a computer, e.g. line graphs, frequency tables and bar charts with grouped discrete data.
 Find the mode and range of a set of data. Begin to find the median and mean of a set of data.
 Use the language associated with probability to discuss events, including those with equally likely outcomes.
 Identify and use appropriate operations (including combinations of operations to solve word problems involving numbers and quantities) based on ‘real life’ or money, using one or more steps.
 Explain methods and reasoning.
Y6 Summer  Unit 4 Problem solving 1 (PDF 353Kb)
Y6 Summer  Unit 4 Problem solving 1 (WORD 265Kb)
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Y6T3 Unit 5 Problem solving 2
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Identify and use appropriate operations to solve word problems involving numbers and quantities based on ‘real life’; money or measures.
 Explain methods and reasoning.
 Solve simple problems involving ratio and proportion.
 Know rough equivalents of lb and kg, oz and g, miles and km, litres and pints or gallons.
 Develop from explaining a generalised relationship in words to expressing it in a formula using letters as symbols.
 Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships, generalise and predict. Suggest extensions asking ‘What if…?’
Y6 Summer  Unit 5 Problem solving 2 (PDF 415Kb)
Y6 Summer  Unit 5 Problem solving 2 (WORD 289Kb)
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Y6T3 Unit 6 Division, decimals and problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Derive quickly division facts corresponding to multiplication tables up to 10 × 10.
 Order a mixed set of numbers with up to three decimal places.
 Solve a problem by extracting and interpreting information presented in tables, graphs and charts.
Y6 Summer  Unit 6 Division, decimals and problem solving (PDF 143Kb)
Y6 Summer  Unit 6 Division, decimals and problem solving (WORD 671Kb)
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Y6T3 Unit 7 Perimeter, area, calculation and problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Carry out column addition and subtraction of numbers involving decimals.
 Calculate the perimeter and area of simple compound shapes that can be split into rectangles.
 Identify and use the appropriate operations (including combinations of operations) to solve word problems involving numbers and quantities and explain methods and reasoning.
Y6 Summer  Unit 7 Perimeter, area, calculation and problem solving (PDF 89Kb)
Y6 Summer  Unit 7 Perimeter, area, calculation and problem solving (WORD 730Kb)
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Y6T3 Unit 8 Calculation, percentage, ratio and problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Multiply and divide decimals mentally by 10 or 100 and integers by 1000, and explain the effect.
 Understand percentage as the number of parts in every 100 and find simple percentages of wholenumber quantities.
 Solve simple problems involving ratio and proportion
Y6 Summer  Unit 8 Calculation, percentage, ratio and problem solving (PDF 93Kb)
Y6 Summer  Unit 8 Calculation, percentage, ratio and problem solving (WORD 714Kb)
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Y6T3 Unit 9 Calculation and problem solving
Date of issue: May. 2004
Objectives:
 Carry out short multiplication and division of numbers involving decimals.
 Carry out long multiplication of a threedigit by a twodigit integer.
 Identify and use appropriate operations (including combinations of operations) to solve problems involving numbers and quantities, and explain methods and reasoning.
 Choose and use appropriate number operations to solve problems and appropriate ways of calculating: mental, mental with jottings, written methods, calculator.
 Factorise numbers into prime factors.
 Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively
Y6 Summer  Unit 9 Calculation and problem solving (PDF 97Kb)
Y6 Summer  Unit 9 Calculation and problem solving (WORD 728Kb)
Note: The Word file is the Unit Plan only. The PDF file contains the Unit Plan and its associated resources.
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Area (version 2.2)
Date of issue: Sep. 2004
Area is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to colour in cells on a grid, a full cell or half a cell, or to place a circular counter into a cell. There are three choices of grid size: 5 by 5, 10 by 10 or 20 by 20. The grid can be hidden or replaced by a pin board around the points of which rubber bands can be stretched.
Area guide (WORD 188Kb)
Area guide (PDF 155Kb)
Area (Mac) (HQX 1.8Mb)
This version of Area runs on Apple Mac OS computers. Download the file and click on the file to extract the application.
Area (Shockwave SWF 40Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Area (PC) (EXE 1020Kb)
This version of Area runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Area (ZIP 555Kb)
This version of Area runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file
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Calculating angles (version 0.8)
Date of issue: Jul. 2004
Calculating angles is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to place shapes around a point and investigate their angles. You can opt to display the shapes in one, two or four quadrants. The first shape is placed on the screen in the first quadrant with one of its sides horizontal.
Calculating angles (Shockwave SWF 45Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Calculating angles (ZIP 461Kb)
This version of Calculating angles runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file.
Calculating angles (Mac) (HQX 1.5Mb)
This version of Calculating angles runs on Apple Mac OS computers. Download the file and click on the file to extract the application.
Calculating angles (PC) (EXE 845Kb)
This version of Calculating angles runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Calculating angles guide (WORD 119Kb)
Calculating angles guide (PDF 150Kb)
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Coordinates (version 1.1)
Date of issue: Jul. 2004
Coordinates is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to use a marker to identify the coordinates of points on different grids. You can mark points and draw lines and shapes. You have a choice of 1, 2 or 4 quadrants to work in to introduce both positive and negative coordinates.
Coordinates guide (PDF 184Kb)
Coordinates guide (WORD 162Kb)
Coordinates (Mac) (HQX 1.5Mb)
This version of Coordinates runs on Apple Mac OS computers. Download the file and click on the file to extract the application.
Coordinates (Shockwave SWF 69Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Coordinates (PC) (EXE 869Kb)
This version of Coordinates runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Coordinates (ZIP 476Kb)
This version of Area runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file.
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Counting on and back (version 1.1)
Date of issue: Jul. 2004
Counting on and back is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which simulates a 100bead string. You can move all the beads to the right of the string and move individual or groups of beads to the left side of the string by clicking on selected beads.
Counting on and back (Mac) (HQX 1.4Mb)
This version of Counting on and back runs on Apple Mac OS computers. Download the file and click on the file to extract the application.
Counting on and back guide (WORD 80Kb)
Counting on and back guide (PDF 102Kb)
Counting on and back (Shockwave SWF 33Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Counting on and back (PC) (EXE 833Kb)
This version of Counting on and back runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Counting on and back (ZIP 456Kb)
This version of Area runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file.
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Data handling (version 3.0)
Date of issue: Jul. 2004
Data handling is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to enter data into a table and then create a vertical bar chart, a horizontal bar chart or a pie chart. You can select from existing data sets, which you can amend to show the impact and change on the charts, or enter data the children collect.
Data Handling (Mac) (HQX 1.8Mb)
This version of Data Handling runs on Apple Mac OS computers. Download the file and click on the file to extract the application.
Data handling guide (WORD 177Kb)
Data handling guide (PDF 156Kb)
Data Handling (Shockwave SWF 57Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Data Handling (PC) (EXE 1.0Mb)
This version of Data Handling runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Data Handling (ZIP 560Kb)
This version of Data Handling runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip installed on your computer to unzip this file.
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Decimal number line (version 0.5)
Date of issue: Jul. 2004
Decimal number line is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to select an interval from a given number line and show that interval as a second number line divided into ten equal parts but on a bigger scale. This can then be repeated to create a third number line that represents an interval on the second number line. Initially the ITP shows a number line spanning 0 to 100. This can be adjusted to show intervals of different lengths with different starting numbers.
Decimal number line (ZIP 457Kb)
This version of Decimal number line runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file.
Decimal number line (Shockwave SWF 36Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Decimal number line (Mac) (HQX 1.4Mb)
This version of Decimal number line runs on Apple Mac OS computers. Download the file and click on the file to extract the application.
Decimal number line (PC) (EXE 1009Kb)
This version of Decimal number line runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Decimal number line guide (WORD 123Kb)
Decimal number line guide (PDF 127Kb)
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Difference (version 1.2)
Date of issue: Jul. 2004
Difference is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to compare two rows of beads and to analyse the calculations they can represent. It can be used to promote the language of addition and subtraction, particularly the interpretation of difference. The ITP operates as a series of animations which show how the rows of beads can be represented by two number lines and then as a single number line with the difference indicated by a 'jump'.
Difference guide (WORD 159Kb)
Difference guide (PDF 159Kb)
Difference (Mac) (HQX 1.8Mb)
This version of Difference runs on Apple Mac OS computers. Download the file and click on the file to extract the application.
Difference (Shockwave SWF 33Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold]. You will need Flash Player installed on your computer to run this program.
Difference (PC) (EXE 1013Kb)
This version of Difference runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Difference (ZIP 552Kb)
This version of Difference runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file.
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Division grid (version 0.8)
Date of issue: Jun. 2003
Division grid is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to model long division in a grid of thousands, hundreds, tens and units or hundreds, tens and units. You create a dividend and divisor by clicking on the hidden pointers above and below the digits in the calculation at the bottom of the screen.
Division Grid (Mac) (HQX 1.4Mb)
This version of Division Grid runs on Apple Mac OS computers. Download the file and click on the file to extract the application.
Division grid guide (WORD 152Kb)
Division grid guide (PDF 290Kb)
Division Grid (Shockwave SWF 27Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Division Grid (PC) (EXE 827Kb)
This version of Division Grid runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Division Grid (ZIP 460Kb)
This version of Area runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file.
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Fixing points (version 1.0)
Date of issue: Jul. 2004
Fixing points is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to create a number of connected vertices on a grid. The grid size can be changed, and the grids hidden and revealed. As each vertex is created it is labelled and joined to the previous one. To close a shape select a vertex at any point and drag it onto the required point to create a closed shape. Once a shape has been created, its vertices can be dragged to new positions to create new shapes. Lengths of sides can be measured using a ruler.
Fixing points (ZIP 564Kb)
This version of Fixing points runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file.
Fixing points (Shockwave SWF 55Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Fixing points (Mac) (HQX 1.8Mb)
This version of Fixing points runs on Apple Mac OS computers. Download the file and click on the file to extract the application.
Fixing points (PC) (EXE 1.0Mb)
This version of Fixing points runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Fixing points guide (WORD 114Kb)
Fixing points guide (PDF 132Kb)
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Fractions (version 1.1)
Date of issue: Jul. 2004
Fractions is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to divide a green strip into a number of equal parts and colour the individual parts in yellow. You can label the strip to show what proportion the coloured yellow parts are of the whole strip. This can be shown as a vulgar fraction, decimal (to 3 decimal places) or percentage. The ratio of yellow to green can also be displayed. You can create more then one strip and drag these up and down the screen to compare strips.
Fractions (Mac) (HQX 1.4Mb)
This version of Fractions runs on Apple Mac OS computers. Download the file and click on the file to extract the application.
Fractions guide (WORD 153Kb)
Fractions guide (PDF 143Kb)
Fractions (Shockwave SWF 24Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Fractions (PC) (EXE 824Kb)
This version of Fractions runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Fractions (ZIP 457Kb)
This version of Fractions runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file.
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Grouping (version 1.3)
Date of issue: Sep. 2004
Grouping is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to display up to 30 counters or shapes on the screen. You then select a number to be the divisor in a division calculation. A number line displays the number to be divided. As individual counters or shapes are clicked and dragged to form a group the size of the divisor, they change colour. Once a group equal to the divisor is selected, it 'jumps' to the number line
Grouping (Shockwave SWF 20Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Grouping (PC) (EXE 1000Kb)
This version of Grouping runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Grouping (ZIP 554Kb)
This version of Grouping runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file.
Isometric grid (Shockwave SWF 46Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Isometric grid (PC) (EXE 846Kb)
This version of Isometric grid runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Line Graph (Shockwave SWF 26Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Line Graph (PC) (EXE 826Kb)
This version of Line Graph runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Measuring Cylinder (Shockwave SWF 49Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Measuring Cylinder (PC) (EXE 849Kb)
This version of Measuring Cylinder runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Measuring scales (version 1.8)
Date of issue: Jul. 2004
Measuring scales is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to add different masses to or from a scale pan. You can add masses of 1, 2, 5, 10, 50, 100 and 500 units. The pointer or hand shows the total mass. This can be hidden to promote children’s prediction skills. The maximum value of the circular scale can be changed together with the size of the interval. A digital readout can also be hidden or displayed. A red marker can be used to keep a track of previous values and to set target quantities.
Measuring Scales (Shockwave SWF 67Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Measuring Scales (PC) (EXE 867Kb)
This version of Measuring Scales runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
Moving digits (version 0.8)
Date of issue: Jul. 2004
Moving digits is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to demonstrate the effect of multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100. By dragging cards from the set of digit cards, different decimal numbers can be displayed. These decimal numbers can be placed in either of the two middle rows. The cards in the first row move when the multiply or divide buttons are selected. The cards will not move if the result is greater than 99 999 or less than 0.01. The cards in the second row do not move in order to highlight the shift in the digits when multiplying or dividing.
Moving digits (ZIP 553Kb)
This version of Moving digits runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file.
Multiplication facts (version 0.8)
Date of issue: Jun. 2004
Multiplication facts is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which allows you to represent multiplication as repeated addition using a grid of blocks or counters. The grid can also be hidden. You first select the number of rows and columns in the grid. As the children count in steps equivalent to the number of blocks or counters in a column, you can identify each additional column using the pointers. As you do so, these are represented as steps, equivalent to the size of the column, along a number line. A similar representation appears on the screen when moving along the rows.
Multiplication Facts (Shockwave SWF 25Kb)
This is an interactive Flash movie file. Click on the title to preview the movie in your browser. To save it on your computer rightclick on the title and opt to 'Save Target As...' [Apple Macintosh users click and hold].
Multiplication Facts (PC) (EXE 1005Kb)
This version of Multiplication facts runs on Windows based personal computers. This is an '.exe' file which may be rejected by some networked computers where an internet firewall is in place. If in doubt download the zipped version.
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