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Numeracy Weekly Planning Sheet Unit: A2 Week beginning Spring 7.01.07 Year group: 3
Unit A2- Counting, partitioning and calculating
Key Learning Objectives:Partition three-digit numbers into multiples of 100, 10 and 1 in different ways
Derive and recall all addition and subtraction facts for each number to 20, sums and differences of multiples of 10 and number pairs that total 100
Add or subtract mentally combinations of one-digit and two-digit numbers
Derive and recall multiplication facts for the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10 times tables and the corresponding division facts: recognise multiples of 2, 5, or 10 to 1000
Child speak =I know the 2,5,10 times-tables
I can use multiplication facts to answer division questions.
Describe and explain methods, choices and solutions to puzzles and problems, orally and in writing, using pictures and diagrams
Round two-digit or three-digit numbers to the nearest 10 or 100 and give estimates for their sums and differences
Multiply one-digit and two-digit numbers by 10 or 100, and describe the effect
Follow up others' points and show whether they agree or disagree in a whole-class discussion
Year 4 challenge objectives
Year 2 objective
Numeracy Records KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES
2c-2b group
2b 6 I can count on or back in 2s, 5s and 10s
2b 5 I can explain the value of each digit in a number up to 99 and partition numbers
2b 3 I can read order and write all numbers to 100
2b 9 I know number bonds to 10 (+ and -)
2b Inverse + and
odds and evens
2b -2a group
2a 3 I can recognise and extend pattern sequences
2a 5 I can partition a number into hundreds, tens and units
2a 7 I know my 2x, 5x and 10 x tables
2a 4 I can understand other words for + and when solving a problem
2a 3c group
3c 1 I can explain how to solve a word problem
3c2 I am starting to try different ways to solve a problem
3c 5 I can order numbers to 1000
3c 6 I can order negative numbers from -10 to 1
3c 14 I can add two numbers mentally (no carrying)
3c 15 I can subtract 2 two digit numbers if there is no exchange involved
3c -3b group
3b 1 I can check my work using estimates and inverse
3b 2 I know and use mathematical symbols and know whether to +, -, x or divide when
solving a problem
3b4 I can read and write numbers in thousands and know what each digit represents
3b 7 I can work out different pairs of numbers with a given sum or difference
3b 3a group
3a 2 I can select mental methods to calculate answers to written calculations
3a 3 I can order a set of 4 digit numbers
3a 7 I can work out quickly any pairs of numbers that total 100
3a 8 I can work out sums like 267 + ___ = 300 mentally and or in written form for + and -
Extension
3a 4 I can round up any number less than 1000 to the nearest 10 or 100
3a 6 I can mentally + or any pair of two digit numbers (including bridging 10)
SessionBasic Skills
Oral and MentalMain Activity and
ICT opps.PlenaryAssessment criteriaEvaluationRounding to nearest 10 or 100
Monday
Count on from and back to zero in single-digit steps or multiples of 10.
Ask the children to count in twos from zero to 100, then back until you say stop. What was the last number you said? What would the next number be? And the next? Why?
Repeat this for counting in fives and tens.
Develop the game by counting across the hundreds bridge. For example count on from 94 until you reach 194 and back again. Count back from 187 to 87 etc..
Main teaching
Write the headings Hundreds, Tens and Units on the board. Discuss what each column represents. Write 548 on the board. What does the 5 represent? The 8? repeat this with other three digit numbers. Can they write the number in words on the w/bs?
Give the children the digits 3, 6 and 7. How many three digit HTU numbers can they write on their whiteboards? Share results and ask children who complete quickly to write the numbers out in words.
Activities
NB Keep 3cs and above on carpet to explain how to use rounding to estimate answers to sums
Group 3a + 3b
WALT Read and write numbers in thousands and know what each digit represents.
Collins 4 Bk 1 Pg 5 Refresher and Practice section
Making 4 digit numbers and knowing what each digit represents.
Group 3c
WALT Read and write numbers in thousands and know what each digit represents.
Collins 4 Bk 1 Pg 5 Refresher section
Making 4 digit numbers and knowing what each digit represents. ( use Practice section as an extension)
Group 2a
WALT To partition a number into hundreds, tens and units.
Ginn4 Bk 1 Pg 13
Partitioning 3 digit numbers and knowing what each digit represents in words and figures.
Group 2b
WALT To partition numbers up to 100
Collins Y3 book 2 p 12
Use number line or 100 sq to support.
Extension- use 0-9 cards to make 3 digit numbers and explain what each digit represents
Using some of the numbers the children made in the beginning of the session, ask the children to order them from the smallest to the largest/ largest to smallest. How do they know which is the smallest/largest number?
Extension
3bs and 3as use 3 digits to make 6 different 3 digit numbers on board then swap for partner order them.
Can children explain how they know the value of the digits in each column?
Do children know how the digits in a number change when they count in 10s or 100s
3as
Count on in tens from a given number. Which digits change? Why does the ones (units) digit not change? When does the hundreds digit change, and what happens to the tens digit in this case? What happens when you count back?
Self-assessment
by traffic lights
Children found counting across the 100 bridge challenging, especially counting in 3s.
Understanding of place value was very solid and partitioning didnt flag up any areas in particular.
Jake Foxall and Jack Cody very independent and proud of their work today.
Presentation was lacking in some of the boys big push on number formation and spacing out of work Adding 3 or 4 small numbers
Basic Skills
Set homework See folder
Tuesday
Multiply numbers by 10 and 100 encourage quick recall of answers.
Use measures to extend more able and questions as word problems. Children show answers on white boards or using number cards.
2bs have 100 sq to support.
Teaching Focus
Nb 2bs to have 100 square to help
On the board write 5 x 10. Ask the children what is 5 multiplied by 10? Repeat this for other x10 of single digit numbers. What happens when we multipy by 10? Write TU headings above 5, then 50, 6 and 60 and so on. Emphasise the understanding that when multiplying by 10 the digits shift one place to the left. Now ask what is the value of the 5 in 5? Or in 50?
Introduce the concept of dividing by 10 as the inverse operation. What is 30 divided by 10? 500 divided by 10? 100 divided by 10? Discuss how the digits move when multiplying and dividing by 10.
Activities
3bs and 3as
WALT to select mental methods to calculate answers to written calculations.
Multiplying and dividing each number on the easiteach screen by 10.
3cs
WALT to select mental methods to calculate answers to written calculations.
Ginn 4 Bk 1 Pg 11 Use word problems to answer questions on multiplying and dividing by 10.
2as
WALT To multiply a single digit by 10 or 100
Collins 3 Bk 1 Pg 44 writing multiplication sentences for each abacus picture.
2bs
WALT To count on or back in 10s
Collins 3 Bk 1 Pg 32 extending number sequences by counting on in 10s
Ask the children to complete questions such as...
_ x 10 = 70
_ x 10 = 50
_ x 100 = 400
3as what could the answers be for ...
_ x_ x_ = 300
How many solutions can they find?
Can you explain how you worked this out?
Can they explain how the digits move when multiplied by 10 or 100?
Self-assessment by traffic lights.
Mental session flagged up a few weak areas in multiplication x6 and some hesitant on x4s
recall was quite punchy and chose children reluctant to put up their hand to check understanding. - Emma and Ellie
Abacus picture for 2as was difficult for them to grasp independently and needed some support to explain once that was done they worked very well.Adding 2 two digit numbers and looking for patterns
Wednesday
2bs Addition as inverse of subtraction
Stick multiple of 5 cards face down on the board. Divide class into two teams, ask one person to come and turn over 2 cards if the numbers are related as doubles the team keeps the pair. If no relationship turn back over in same place as found.Review
45 +36 = 48 ask children to write other facts either addition or subtraction on IWBs
Discuss 3 sums and try with other examples e.g.97- 43=54
Teaching Focus
Write 36+30 on the board and ask children to offer a method. Then try 36+29 link to strategies using 9,10, 11 e.g. +30 then -1. Apply this to 45+39. continue with 64+21 = e.g.+20 +1
Look at 15+9 = ask child to suggest quick method Then use this answer to complete 15+19, 15+29 etc children continue pattern in their note books. Discuss how pattern allow us to find answers quickly.
Activities
On board write 17+11 , 17 +21, 17+31 children continue until reach about 100
Continue 18+9 in same way
Continue 78-1 , 78-11, to 78-71
Continue 89-9, 89-19 to 89-89
3bs and 3as
WALT- to recognise and extend pattern sequences
As above extension as appropriate
29+39, 29+49 continue to about 200
158-9 , 158-19
3cs
WALT- to recognise and extend pattern sequences
As above but can children continue subtraction pattern into negative numbers?
2as
WALT- to recognise and extend pattern sequences
As activity above
2bs
WALT to give an addition fact and a subtraction fact that are opposites.
Ginn Level 3 (garden) p26 Record 2 addition and 2 subtraction sums using 3 numbers given.
Extension
Q 13 15 follow steps to find end number.
Ask children to say the number pattern as you write it on the board e.g. 17+11=28, 17+21 =38 continue to 17+81
Ask more confident children to come out and continue pattern as other say the facts out loud.
e.g 17+91 =, 17+101= Ask children what they notice about the pattern? Repeat for 18+9 ask more able to continue pattern above 18+79=
Can you see a pattern in these numbers?
What do you notice about the tens number and the total?
Can you suggest the next number in the sequence?
Self-assessment by traffic lights.
Children enjoyed this activity and saw the pattern instantly, 2as and some 3cs made simple mistakes when crossing over the 100 barrier but once it was pointed out to them they self corrected
extended activity by children making up their own sequence on whiteboards for a friend to completeThursday
Solving word problems
3b+3a
3c and 2a
2bs adding 2 two digit numbers
Convert into pence and vice versa.
Word problems involving money e.g. total cost, cost of several items, change from 1.00 or 5.00, how many 25p stamps could be bought with 1.00? Adding 3 small amounts of money looking for number bonds or near doubles. Ask children explain mental methods used and compare strategies.Review
RUCSAC review steps to follow
Teaching Focus
Look at examples of word problems together focus on two step problems and need for accuracy at first stage as this will affect final answer
Activities
3bs and 3as
WALT To know how to solve word problems with more than one step.
Collins Y3 book 1 p17 The problem classroom Nb some 2 step word problems so children must check answers carefully to avoid mistakes.
Extension 3as Can children check their own work using inverse operation for each answer to identify any errors?
3cs
WALT to know how to solve word problems
Collins Year 3 book 1 p16. Thinking about shopping. Remind children to use correct notation for pounds and pence. Nb some 2 step problems
Extension refresher section p17
2as
WALT to recognise words for + and in word problems
Collins Year 3 book 2 p 17 Delicious Problems involving and P
Remind children of link to homework 1.00 = 100p and to look carefully at key words to see if they need to add or subtract.
2bs
WALT- to subtract multiples of ten
(children may use a hundred sq if required remind them to subtract in groups of ten by finding number directly above)
Find the Spider! Sheet
Extension On reverse can children write an addition sum to match each subtraction sum. Can they think of sums that will spell out word Spider?
Pair up children MA with LA to support and explain steps to follow.
Look at examples of two step word problems from p17 ( see ETeach screen) with white boards work through answers together. 3c1 Can you explain the method you used to fing the answer?
Can you explain how you know your answer is right?
3b1 Are children able to self check using estimates or inverse?
Can you find the key words in the problem that show you which operation you need to do?
Can they make effective use of and pence notation?
Self-assessment by traffic lights.
Money problems showed a good basic understanding of money but converting p into and vice versa was a struggle for green and blue table.
Red table were able to check answer using inverse operation Josh lagged behind the others in speed.Finding pairs of numbers that total 100
Friday
JM group in lesson
2bs odds and evens
Mental maths test 3 on CD
Complete then swap and mark discussing strategies used to answer questions. Review
Ask children to recall num bonds to 10 then use these to record multiples of 10 with a total of 100. e.g. 10+90 = 100 and 90+10 = 100. Ask children what other number pairs they know with a sum of 100 e.g. 0+100, 99+1 etc
Main teaching focus
Use 100 sq from Maths Pack (teachers tools)
Explain that children are going to find pairs of numbers with a total of 100. high-light a number on 100 sq and demonstrate how to count on in units to next 10 then in tens to 100. Ask children to demonstrate answers to examples use hundred square.
Activities
3bs and 3as
WALT to find pairs of numbers with a total of 100. Children use 0-9 dice to generate a 2 digit number then work out number needed to make 100.
Review after children have completed several sums ask them to look carefully at their answers. Can they explain what they notice about the sum of the tens numbers (total =90) and sum of units (total= 10)
Extension (3as) can they use this and find pairs of numbers that total 1000. Can they link back to known facts to help them? (e.g.25+ 75 = 100 so 250+750 = 1000)
3cc
WALT to find pairs of numbers with a total of 100.
Collins Y4 Book 2 P16 Find the pair
Extension Can children write a subtraction sum as inverse of each addition fact?
2as
WALT to find pairs of numbers with a total of 100.
Collins Y3 Book 2 p 14. Identify multiples of 5 up to 100 and use these to find pairs of numbers that total 100.
Extension use 0-6 dice to generate 2 digit numbers and find other number needed to make a total of 100.
2bs
WALT to recognise odd and even numbers up to 100.
Number Lorries Sheet.
Extension Odd or Even? Grid sheet.
Show me using number cards ask children to show odd and even numbers e.g. an odd number between 30 and 40.
Extension
An odd number that is also a multiple of 5. An even number that is a multiple of 3 and 4?Evaluate results from mental test identify key questions that children have found tricky to include in future O and M sessions
Can children find pairs of numbers that total 100?
Are they able to identify and explain patterns or findings?
Can children use known facts to help them work with larger numbers?
Can children apply rules to identify odd and even numbers?
Self-assessment by traffic lights.
Joys group worked with me using the maths pack and saw the connection easily when we highlighted the numbers to count on Robert and Emily way ahead of others.
All others completed task independently and without help. Red and Yellow table moved onto finding pairs for 1000 after they had finished much more challenging and them stumped at times.
Mental test on CD on 11.1.08 all groups
Homework set on 8.1.07
For a test on 15.1.07
2bs
2b 8To be able to double all numbers up to 20
2as
2a 11 To be able to convert into pence and vice versa
3cs /3bs
3c 8 3b 5 I can round two digit numbers to the nearest 10 or 100
3as
3a 4 To round numbers up to 1000 to the nearest 10 or 100
See folder Num 7.1.08 for homework sheets for each group.
Use Mental Maths in Mins challenge sheets here too
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