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Mathematics Medium Term Plan                                   Summer Term 2001                                 1st half term
Week              Topic                              Year 3                                  Year 4                                 Year 5                                  Year 6
1     Place value, ordering and        Read and begin to write the vocab      Read and write vocab of comparing      Use the vocabulary of comparing and     Find the difference between a
rounding.                        for ordering and comparing             and ordering numbers. Use symbols      ordering numbers, using symbols such    positive and negative integer, or two
Using a calculator               numbers.                               correctly including less than(<) and   as <,>,=. Give one or more numbers      negative integers, in a context such
Compare two 3-digit numbers and        greater than(>) and equal to (=).      lying between two given numbers.        as temperature or the number line,
say which is more/less and give        Read and write vocab of estimation     Order a set of numbers less than 1      and order a set of positive and
number which lies between the two.     and approximation. Round any           million.                                negative integers.
Read and write vocab of estimation     positive integer less than 1000 to     Order a set of positive and
and approximation. Round any           the nearest 10 or 100.                 negative numbers.
positive integer less than 1000 to                                            Calc temperature rise or fall across
the nearest 10 or 100.                                                        0 C.
Understanding + and –            Extend understanding that              Consolidate understanding of           Derive quickly two decimals which       Consolidate strategies for addition
Mental calculation strategies    subtraction is the inverse of          relationship between + and -.          total 1 or 10.                          and subtraction, including finding a
Pencil/paper procedures          addition.                              Find a small difference by counting    Find differences by counting through    difference by counting up, and
Derive quickly pairs of multiples of   up.(5003-4996)                         10, 100 and 1000. Calculate mentally    adding or subtracting the nearest
Money and ‘real life’ problems   5 that total 100.                      Add or subtract nearest multiple of    a difference such as 8006-2993.         10, 100 or 1000 and adjusting.
2&3    Making decisions and checking    Find a small difference by counting    ten and adjust.                        Add or subtract nearest multiple of     Extend written methods to column
results, including using a       on from the smaller number.            Use known number facts and place       10 or 100 and adjust.                   addition and subtraction of
calculator.                      Add/subtract mentally a ‘near          value to add or subtract mentally,     Extend written methods to addition      numbers involving decimals.
OR                      multiple of ten’ to or from a 2-       including any pair of two-digit        and subtraction of two integers less
Time, including problem          digit number – by add/subtract         numbers.                               than 10000, and addition and
nearest multiple of ten and            Develop and refine written methods     subtraction of two decimal fractions,
adjusting.                             for column addition and subtraction    both with one decimal place or both
Use known number facts and place       of two whole numbers less than         with two decimal places.
Begin to use column                    two such numbers.
addition/subtraction for HTU +/-       Develop money calculations. (Decimal
TU when mental calculation hard.       point)
Recognise simple fractions that are   Order simple fractions: for example     Order a set of fractions on a number     Order fractions by converting them
several parts of a whole.             decide whether 3/8 or 7/10 is           line.                                    to fractions with a common
Begin to recognise simple             greater or less than a half.            Relate fractions to division, and        denominator, and position them on a
4/5   Fractions, decimals and   equivalent fractions.                 Relate fractions to division and find   find fractions, including tenths and     number line.
percentages.              Compare familiar fractions, i.e.      simple fractions of numbers or          hundredths, of numbers and               Use a fraction as an ‘operator’ to
Ratio and proportion      know that on a number line ½ lies     quantities.                             quantities.                              find fractions of numbers and
between ¼ and ¾.                      Understand decimal notation and         Use decimal notation for tenths and      quantities.
Estimate a simple fraction.           place value for tenths and              hundredths to order a set of             Order a mixed set of numbers
hundredths, and use in context:         numbers or measurements with the         with up to three decimal places.
to order amounts of money              same number of decimal places.           Recognise the equivalence between
to convert a sum of money such as      Relate fractions to their decimal        the decimal, percentage and
£12.45 to pence                         representation and percentage            fractional forms of one half,
to convert a length such as 123cm to   representation, for half, quarters and   quarters, eights, tenths,
metres                                  tenths and hundredths,                   hundredths and thousandths. Begin
to round a sum of money to the         Begin to understand percentage as a      to convert a fraction to decimal
nearest pound.                          part of 100, and find simple             using division.
Recognise the equivalence between       percentages of number quantities.        Understand that a percentage is
the decimal and fraction forms of one   (25% of £8).                             the number of parts in 100.
half and one quarter and tenths such                                             Find simple percentages of small
as 0.3.                                                                          whole-number quantities.

5     Assess and review

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