## Maths Y6 Summer Teaching Sequence 6

Revision of multiplication and division, and solving word problems (four days).

Children solve straightforward multiplications and divisions involving numbers with up to three digits and one decimal place, including those set in word problems. They use mental, written and calculator methods. Addition and subtraction are used to solve word problems. Children use their knowledge of addition and subtraction to find mystery numbers. They solve word problems involving several steps including combinations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

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Addition and subtraction (two days).<br />
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Written methods are used to add three numbers with a mix of those with one decimal place and those with two decimal places: the importance of aligning digits according to place value is emphasised. Children find a difference between pairs of numbers, one with one decimal place and one with two decimal places.<br />
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#### Maths Y6 Summer Teaching Sequence 5

Revision: Data-handling (one day).<br />
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Children answer questions about data displayed on a variety of graphs and charts. They are encouraged to annotate the graphs to help.<br />
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#### Maths Y6 Summer Teaching Sequence 1

Revision of ordering numbers, fractions and decimals, and properties of numbers (three days).<br />
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Children compare and order fractions and decimals. They use digit cards to find the number nearest to a given number (including decimals) and to place them in inequality statements. They find factors of numbers and record how they know whether a number is a multiple of a given number or not.<br />
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#### Maths Y6 Summer Teaching Sequence 4

Revision: Shape (two days).<br />
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Children discuss turns of multiples of 90° on the clock face, and rotate shapes through 90°. They sort shapes according to their properties, e.g. number of right angles, obtuse angles, acute angles, lines of symmetry, and pairs of parallel sides. They practise measuring angles accurately with a protractor.<br />
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