Maths

Reception (Badgers and Hedgehogs)

 

Counting

A) Counting up to 10

B) Counting up to 20

C) Counting patterns

 

 

Comparing

A) Counting two groups

B) Ordering numbers to 5

 

 

 

Shape

A) Games to play to discuss shape

B) 2D shape song

C) Shape monsters

 

 

Money

A) The value of coins

B) Paying for items with coins

 

Size

A) Bigger and smaller

B) Comparing sizes at the beach

 

Patterns

A) Shape patterns

B) Finish the pattern

C) Make a sequence

 

Subitizing

A) Recognising numbers

 

 

 

Ordering

A) Order the ladybirds

 

 

Other useful websites:

A) Bedtime Maths 

B) BBC’s ‘How to help with Maths

 

Recommended Maths Books:

Ten little fingers, ten little toes (Fox and Oxenbury)

Sixes and Sevens (Yeoman & Blake)

 


Year 1 (Foxes and Squirrels)

 

Counting and

Number Facts          

A) Odd and Even numbers

B) Number facts

C) Ordering and sequencing

D) Place Value Pearls
 

 

Addition (+) &

Subtraction (-) 

A) Number sentences

B) Ladybird Spots

 


 

 

Multiplication (x)  &

Division by sharing (÷)

A) Hit the button

 


 

 

 

Fractions

COMING SOON

 

Shape

COMING SOON

 

Measure

COMING SOON

 

Money

A) The value of coins

 

 

 

 

Other useful websites:

Bedtime Maths
BBC How to help with Maths

 

 

 

Recommended Maths Books:
None is a number (Jeffers)

100 Hungry Monkeys (Sebe)
 


 

Year 2 (Otters and Rabbits)

 

Addition (+) &

Subtraction (-)          

A) Subtraction 

B) Number bonds

 


 

 

Multiplication (x)  

& Division (÷)

A) TimesTables Rock Stars

B) Number facts

C) Sequencing number patterns

 


 

Money

A) Buying toys with coins

B) Matching coins to values

 


 

 

 

Fractions

A) Maths Maze


 

 

 

Shape

A) Ordering shape patterns

 


 

 

Measure

A) Blank number lines

B) Measure in cm


 

 

Statistics

A) Reading bar charts

 

 

 

Maths Vocabulary

A) Maths Dictionary

 

 

 

Other useful websites:

BBC How to help with Maths

SATS practise papers

 

 

 

Recommended Maths Books:

How many legs? (Gray & Fields)

One is a snail, ten is a crab (Sayre & Cecil)

 


 

Year 3 (Tigers and Lions)

 

Addition (+) & Subtraction (-)

A) Subtraction

B) Number catapult

 

 

 


 

Multiplication (x)  &

Division (÷)

A) Times Tables Rock Stars

B) Number facts

 

 


 

Time

 

A) Using a clock

 

 

 


 

Fractions

A) Maths Maze

 

 

Shape

A) Shape Games


 

Measure

A) Capacity

 

 

Statistics

COMING SOON

 

 


 

Maths Vocabulary

A) Maths Dictionary

 



 

Other useful websites:

Oxford Owl

BBC How to help with Maths

 

 

 

Recommended Maths Books:

How many jelly beans?(Menotti & Labat)

Bean thirteen (McElligott)

 



Year 4 (Aardvarks and Meerkats)

 

Addition (+) & Subtraction (-)       

 

A) Random Number Spinners

B) Shark Numbers

 



 

Multiplication (x)  & Division (÷)  

 

A) Times Tables Rock Stars

B) Number facts

 



 

Time

 

A) Using a clock

 

 



 

Fractions

 

A) Maths Maze

B) Fraction Story



 

Shape

 

A) Shape Games

 



 

Measure

 

COMING SOON

 



 

Statistics

 

COMING SOON



 

Maths Vocabulary


A) Maths Dictionary

 

 

Other useful websites:

 

Salamander Maths - Practise Sheets

BBC How to help with Maths

 

 

Recommended Maths Books:

How big is a million (Milbourne)

On beyond a million (Schwartz)

 


 

Year 5 (Giraffes)


 

Addition (+) & Subtraction (-)        

 

COMING SOON

 

 

Multiplication (x)  & Division (÷)     

 

A) Times Tables Rock Stars

B) Number facts

 

Time

 

A) Using a clock

B) Parking the car

 

Fractions

 

A) Maths Maze

B) Jetpack Fractions

 

Shape

 

Shape Games

 

 

Ratio & Scale

 

A) Potion Ratio

B) Scale Ella

 

Grid references


Gopher Grid

 

 

Maths Vocabulary


Maths Dictionary

 

 

Other useful websites:

 

Salamander Maths - Practise Sheets

BBC How to help with Maths

 

 

Recommended Maths Books:

Divide and ride (Murphy)

The Lion’s Share (McElligott)


 


 

Year 6 (Chameleons)

 

Addition (+) & Subtraction (-)          

 

COMING SOON

 

 


 

Multiplication (x)  & Division (÷)          

 

A) Times Tables Rock Stars 

B) Times Tables Bowling

 


 

Time

 

A) Using a clock

B) Parking the car

 


 

Fractions

 

A) Maths Maze

B) Jetpack Fractions

 


 

Shape

 

A) Shape Games

 

 


 

Measure

 

COMING SOON

 

 


 

Statistics

 

COMING SOON

 

 

 

Maths Vocabulary


A) Maths Dictionary

 

 

 

Other useful websites:

 

Salamander Maths - Practise Sheets

SATS practise papers

 

 

 

Recommended Maths Books:

Sir Cumference and the Roundabout Battle (Neuschwander)

Coyotes all around (Murphy & Bjorkman)

 


 

Early Years:

 

Challenges for every part of R Maths

Games

Number

Number Blocks 1 

Number Blocks 2 

Counting 1 

Counting 2 

Subitizing

Shape & Space

Measure



Years 1 & 2

 

Challenges for every part of Year 1 Maths

Challenges for every part of Year 2 Maths

Maths Dictionary


 

Adding (+) and Subtracting (-)

 

Number sentences 1 

Number sentences 2 


 

Multiplying (x) and Dividing (÷)

 

Money



 

Times Tables:

 

Counting by twos:

Count by 5s-

Count by 10s-

TTrock stars

Games:

 


Years 3, 4, 5 & 6

 

Challenges for every part of Year 3 Maths

Challenges for every part of Year 4 Maths

Challenges for every part of Year 5 Maths

Challenges for every part of Year 6 Maths

 

Maths Dictionary

Adding (+) and Subtracting (-)

Multiplying (x) and Dividing (÷)


 

Times Tables:

 

TTrock stars

Fractions, Decimals and %

Shape

Measure

Games


 

Past papers:

 

Year 6 (SATS specific)

Roman Numerals


Shape Week:

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Understanding Shape

  • I know the names of simple flat and solid shapes like circle,

  square, rectangle, triangle, cube

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I can describe size, weight, capacity, position, distance, time and money to compare quantities and objects and to solve problems

 
Y1

Understanding Shape

  •  I can describe the features of common 2D (flat) and 3D (solid) shapes   e.g. a triangle has 3 sides 

 

 

Understanding Shape

  • Look for and identify different shapes around the house and in the environment. Ask how they know it is a triangle or a square or a cube etc. Make up shape games. How quickly can they find 5 triangles in a particular room?
Y2

Understanding Shape

  • I can name common 2-D shapes and 3-D solids from pictures of them in different positions
  • I can draw symmetrical patterns
  • I can sort shapes according to their properties e.g. sides with equal length
  • I can follow and give instructions involving position, direction and movement
  • I can recognize and use whole, half and quarter turns, both clockwise and
  •    anti-clockwise; know that a right angle represents a quarter turn

Understanding Shape

  • Take pictures of or draw shapes in the environment. Take pictures or draw shapes from different angles. Can they name the shapes? Are arrows all the same shape?
  • Draw up a table and then go on a shape hunt around the house. How many triangles, circles, squares can they find? How many cubes, cuboids, spheres can they find?
  • Draw symmetrical patterns using shapes. Draw one side and ask someone else to complete the picture.
  • Give instructions for a child to follow to find a particular object. Blindfold them to make it more difficult. Ask the child to give instructions to someone else to retrieve a particular object or reach a particular destination
Y3

Understanding Shape

  • I can describe, sort, draw and make 2-D shapes and 3-D solids
  • I can draw and complete symmetrical shapes and pictures
  • I know the four compass points and can use them to describe movement
  • I can identify right angles in 2D- shapes; I know that two right angles for a straight line
  • Undo boxes to see how they are constructed. Make boxes for presents.
  • Use a mirror to see whether shapes/patterns are symmetrical. How many symmetrical patterns are there in the home/environment? Draw symmetrical patterns using 2-D shapes.
  • Use a piece of A4 paper or a post it note to find out whether objects have right angles.
  • Create a treasure hunt using compass points.
Y4
  • I can draw shapes and classify them according to their properties e.g. number of right angles, number of faces
  • I can visualize 3-D objects from 2-D pictures of them.
  • I can make nets of common solids.
  • I can recognize horizontal and vertical lines.
  • I can use the eight compass points
  • I know angles are measured in degrees and that a whole turn is 360°.
  • I can compare angles, say which are bigger and smaller, and arrange them in order of size

Understanding Shape

  • Draw a picture made up of different shapes. Describe the picture to someone else. Can they draw an exact replica?
  • Play shape bingo. Draw six shapes and ask someone to read out clues and see if you can cross them off e.g.  If you have a shape with four equal sides you can cross it off. What’s it called? If you have a shape with at least one acute angle you can cross it off.

 

 

Y5

    Understanding Shape

  • I can identify, visualise and describe properties of rectangles, triangles, regular polygons and 3-D solids
  • I can draw 2-D shapes and identify nets of 3-D shapes.
  • I can read and plot coordinates
  • I can recognize parallel and perpendicular lines; I can use a set square
  • I can complete patterns with up to two lines of symmetry
  • I can draw a shape after it had been reflected or translated (moved)
  • I can estimate, draw and measure angles with a protractor
  • I can work out missing angles

 

 

 

  • Cut out different triangles and quadrilaterals. Name them. Sort them out. Which have right angles? Which have acute angles? Which have parallel sides?
  • Look for example of parallel and perpendicular in the environment e.g. railway lines (parallel), fencing (perpendicular). Look for symmetry.
  • Devise a treasure/scavenger hunt using the eight point of the compass
  • Take digital pictures of, or draw, 2-D shapes and 3-D objects in the environment
  • Look for different shapes boxes and containers. Disassemble them to find out how they are constructed.
  • Make Egyptian pyramids of different sizes, different sized dice.
  • Make boxes for presents
  • Play battleships using two dice to generate the coordinates.
Y6

       Understanding Shape

  • I can make and draw shapes with increasing accuracy.
  • I can confidently name 2-D shapes and 3-D solids and discuss their properties.
  • I can use co-ordinates.
  • I can use a protractor to estimate, measure and draw angles, on their own and inside shapes.

Understanding Shape

  • Play battleships.
  • Accurately reproduce shapes through oral instruction e.g. draw a horizontal line 5cm long then draw a perpendicular line 7cm from the left-hand end … and so on.

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