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Roman numerals to 100 (C)

  • Year group: Year 4
  • Term: Autumn
  • Topic: Roman numerals
  • Duration: 1 weeks
  • Keystage: KS2
  • Age Range: 8 to 9 yrs
  • Unit can be taught out of sequence: Y
  • Week Range: 4

In this chapter, pupils read Roman numerals to 100 (I to C).

Pupils extend their reading of Roman numerals up to 100 (C) from 12 (XII). Outside of mathematics lessons, and maybe even the classroom, pupils encounter Roman numerals in their original historical context. In doing so, they understand that there are different ways to write whole numbers and that the important concepts of zero and place value have been introduced over a period of time.

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White Rose Maths

Roman numerals

Direct link to our Y4 scheme.
By WRMaths

Roman numerals

Problem solving with roman numerals.
By WRMaths

Mathematics Mastery

Roman numerals to 100 (C)

Mathematical discussion is a key element of the Mathematics Mastery programme.

Talk Tasks are a brilliant way of enabling pupils to develop their mathematical language, thinking, understanding and confidence.

This activity explores the concept of Roman numerals to 100 (C).

• Talk tasks are best completed in mixed attainment pairs, with pupils taking turns to listen and construct arguments
• Emphasis is on discussion rather than the solution, encouraging pupils to use key language and talk in full sentences
• Ask pupils to prove their answers in a variety of ways, using the CPA approach to support mathematical understanding and number sense

Like what you see? Mathematics Mastery is a professional development programme for teachers with a mission to transform mathematics education in the UK.

This task is just a taster of the complete classroom resources we offer. We also provide in-depth development training, online CPD, specialist support and assessment tools.

We believe all elements of our programme are vital in creating lasting change – enabling every child to enjoy and succeed in mathematics.

Want to find out more? Check out our free resources and blogs or join an information session.
By Mathematics Mastery

Roman numerals to 100 (C)

Mathematical discussion is a key element of the Mathematics Mastery programme.

Talk Tasks are a brilliant way of enabling pupils to develop their mathematical language, thinking, understanding and confidence.

This activity explores the concept of Roman numerals to 100 (C).

• Talk tasks are best completed in mixed attainment pairs, with pupils taking turns to listen and construct arguments
• Emphasis is on discussion rather than the solution, encouraging pupils to use key language and talk in full sentences
• Ask pupils to prove their answers in a variety of ways, using the CPA approach to support mathematical understanding and number sense

Like what you see? Mathematics Mastery is a professional development programme for teachers with a mission to transform mathematics education in the UK.

This task is just a taster of the complete classroom resources we offer. We also provide in-depth development training, online CPD, specialist support and assessment tools.

We believe all elements of our programme are vital in creating lasting change – enabling every child to enjoy and succeed in mathematics.

Want to find out more? Check out our free resources and blogs or join an information session.
By Mathematics Mastery

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Roman Numerals

Lesson on Roman numerals, involves bingo activity!

Find full version here...
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/roman-numerals-lesson-with-powerpoint-and-bingo-11375932
By libbyminoli

Roman Numerals Activity

An activity I used with higher ability year 4 pupils. First activity is understanding the value of Roman Numerals, this leads on to adding using Roman Numerals. Links to objectives from the new curriculum.
By shiv199

Roman Numerals mastery KS2

Roman Numeral addition and subtraction questions with numbers missing
e.g.
LIX - ??? = XIV
??? + XXXVIII = XCVI

3 differentiated sheets - bronze, silver and gold.

Also, an extension task on roman numeral sequences
(quite tricky with square and cubed numbers and prime numbers)
By MissFincham

Roman Numeral Problems

Using Roman Numerals in calculations, code breaking.
By fangs