This spreadsheet explores addition and multiplication and gives pupils the opportunity to: solve mathematical puzzles; recognise and predict from simple patterns and relationships; and explain methods and reason orally. Pupils are encouraged to place the digits into the calculation boxes to make given answers correct. Pupils may ask for clues.

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This resource explores addition and multiplication and gives pupils the opportunity to: solve mathematical puzzles; recognise and predict from simple patterns and relationships; and explain methods and reason orally. Pupils are encouraged to place the digits into the calculation boxes to make given answers correct. Pupils may ask for clues.

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Sample of mathematics work focusing on a Year 4 pupil working at level 3: Use known facts and place value to add or subtract mentally, including any pair of two−digit whole numbers, explain methods and reasoning about numbers orally and in writing, solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships, generalise and predict. A National Curriculum in Action document.

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Document aims to help the children solve mathematical problems and recognition of patterns. Explains methods and reasoning orally and in writing. Also includes how to use place value for addition, subtraction and multiplication. This resource has been developed by National Numeracy Strategy.

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Use this list to support your planning and children's developing use of mathematical language across Block E: Securing number facts, relationships and calculating. This is one of five blocks within Year 6 of the Primary Framework for mathematics.

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Table showing the progression within each of the five themes of the Using and applying mathematics strand.

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A worksheet to accompany the Number grid interactive teaching program, which is an ICT-based tool to support the exploration of number, reasoning and problem solving. Number grid ITP allows the child or teacher to generate a number grid with different starting numbers, orientations and numbers of columns. Individual numbers or chosen multiples can be coloured and numbers masked to explore number sequences and patterns and develop children's ability to predict and generalise.

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Table showing how the learning objectives and children's learning outcomes map to the Assessment for Learning guidance, learning overview which expands on the unit objectives, links to resources including activities and Wave 3 materials.

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Use this list to support your planning and children's developing use of mathematical language across Block B: Securing number facts, understanding shape. This is one of five blocks within Year 5 of the Primary Framework for mathematics.

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A learning overview and a table of objectives, end of year expectations and assessment for learning for Unit 2 Year 4 Block B – Securing number facts and understanding shape. This page also contains links to relevant resources including activities, Springboard units and Wave 3 support.

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