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```							        Abacus & the Unit Plans Matching Chart                                       Year 4 – Spring Term

Abacus          Abacus
Unit    Days       National Numeracy Framework Objectives                      Abacus          Pupil         Teaching
Plan               (Objectives in bold represent key Framework objectives)      Unit          Activity       Software
Software        (*denotes a
activity)
1      1-3        Multiply or divide any integer up to 1000 by 10                 N25                       Place Value
(whole-number answers), and understand the effect.                                             Grid
Begin to multiply by 100.
Read and write the vocabulary of comparing and                   N1                        Place Value
ordering numbers.                                                                             Grid*
Use symbols correctly including less than ( < ),                 N1                        Place Value
greater than ( > ) and equals ( = ).                                                           Grid
Round any positive integer less than 1000 to                    N29             
nearest 10 or 100.
2      1-3        Understand the principles (not the names) of the            Throughout
commutative and associative laws as they apply or           addition and
not to addition and subtraction.                            subtraction
units
Partition into tens and units, adding the tens first.           N17
Add three or four small numbers, finding pairs that              N5
total 10, or 9 or 11.

Add three two-digit multiples of 10, such as 40 + 70           Year 5
+ 50.                                                           N11

Add or subtract the nearest multiple of 10, then                N14             
4-5        Use known number facts and place value to add                   N17
or subtract mentally, including any pair of two-             (addition)
digit whole numbers.
N19, N20
(subtraction)       
3      1-5        Use informal pencil and paper methods to support,                N30

N32
(subtraction)
Develop and refine written methods for: column                   N30
less than 1000 and addition of more than two
such numbers; money calculations.                             N32, N33
(subtraction)

N43
(subtraction
with money)

Year 5
N12
(more than two
numbers)

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Abacus & the Unit Plans Matching Chart                                      Year 4 – Spring Term

Abacus          Abacus
Unit    Days       National Numeracy Framework Objectives                      Abacus          Pupil         Teaching
Plan               (Objectives in bold represent key Framework objectives)      Unit          Activity       Software
Software        (*denotes a
activity)
4      1-3        Estimate/check times using seconds, minutes,                    M9              
hours.
Know and use the relationships between familiar                 M2
units of mass.

Know the equivalent of a quarter, a half, three-
quarters and one-tenth of 1 kg in grams.

Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to
estimate or measure mass.

Record estimates and readings from scales to
suitable degree of accuracy.
4-5        Measure and calculate the perimeter and area of                 M4
rectangles and other simple shapes, using counting            (area)
2
methods and standard units (cm, cm ).
M5
(perimeter)
5      1-5        Choose and use appropriate number operations                Throughout
and appropriate ways of calculating (mental,
mental with jottings, pencil and paper) to solve
problems.
Throughout
Explain methods and reasoning about numbers
orally and in writing.

Check with an equivalent calculation.
6      1-3        Recognise positions and directions: e.g. describe               S7
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,                S5
NW, SE, SW.
Make and measure clockwise and anticlockwise                    S6
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: one whole turn is 360 degrees or four right
angles; a quarter turn is 90 degrees or one right
angles; half a right angle is 45 degrees.
Start to order a set of angles less than 180 degrees.
8      1-3        Recognise negative numbers in context (e.g. on a               N35              
number line, on a temperature scale).
Make and investigate a general statement about              Throughout                     Sorting Tool
familiar numbers by finding examples that satisfy it.
4-5        Recognise and extend number sequences formed                    N6                         Number
by counting from any number in steps of constant                                            Counter*
size, extending beyond zero when counting back.                N35              
(extending
beyond zero)
Explain methods and reasoning about numbers                 Throughout
orally and in writing.

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Abacus        Abacus
Unit    Days       National Numeracy Framework Objectives                       Abacus           Pupil       Teaching
Plan               (Objectives in bold represent key Framework objectives)       Unit           Activity     Software
Software      (*denotes a
activity)
9      1-3        Derive quickly: division facts corresponding to                  N9
2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables.
Find remainders after division. Divide a whole                  N38
number of pounds by 2, 4, 5 or 10 to give pounds
and pence.
Extend understanding of the operations of                     N8, N39                     Multiplication
multiplication and division, and their relationship to                                      Facts*
each other and to addition and subtraction.
Understand the principles (not the names) of the           Throughout                     Multiplication
commutative, associative and distributive laws as          multiplication                   Facts*
they apply to multiplication.                                  units
Know by heart: multiplication facts for 2, 3, 4, 5              N9                        Multiplication
and 10 times tables.                                                                          facts

4-5        Use closely related facts, (e.g. to multiply by 9 or 11,    Throughout
multiply by 10 and adjust; develop the 6 times table        multiplication
from the 4 and 2 times tables).                                 units
Partition (e.g. 23 x 4 = (20 x 4) + (3 x 4)).                   N26
10     1-3        Approximate first. Use informal pencil and paper                N26
methods to support, record or explain multiplications      (multiplication)
and divisions.
N39
(division)
Use informal pencil and paper methods to support,               N30

Check with the inverse operation.                               N32
(subtraction)
Choose and use appropriate number operations                 Throughout
and appropriate ways of calculating (mental,
mental with jottings, pencil and paper) to solve
problems.
4-5        Use all four operations to solve word problems              Throughout
involving numbers in ‘real life’, money and
measures (including time), using one or more steps.
11     1-3        Use fraction notation. Recognise simple fractions               N12
1
that are several parts of a whole; such as /3 or           (several parts
5
/8 and mixed numbers such as 5 ¾ ; recognise                of whole)
the equivalence of simple fractions (e.g. fractions
equivalent to ½, ¼ or ¾ ).                                     N13
(equivalence)
Identify two simple fractions with a total of 1.
Order simple fractions; for example, decide whether
3      7
N27              
fractions such as /8 or /10 are greater or less than
one half.
4-5        Understand decimal notation and place value for                N40                              
tenths and hundredths and use it in context, e.g.            (tenths)
order amounts of money; convert a sum of money                 N41
such as £13.25.                                            (hundredths)

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Abacus & the Unit Plans Matching Chart                                       Year 4 – Spring Term

Abacus          Abacus
Unit    Days       National Numeracy Framework Objectives                      Abacus          Pupil         Teaching
Plan               (Objectives in bold represent key Framework objectives)      Unit          Activity       Software
Software        (*denotes a
activity)
12     1-5        Solve a problem by collecting quickly, organising,               D3
representing and interpreting data in tables, charts,       (bar charts)
graphs and diagrams, including those generated by
a computer, for example:                                        D4
bar charts – intervals labelled in 2s, 5s, 10s or 20s;      (Venn and
Venn and Carroll diagrams (two criteria).                     Carroll)

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