Extra support

Extra Maths Support - Year 6

Each week, inevitably, there are some children who are unable to succeed on the age-related expected objectives. These extra support activities can be done by a teaching assistant with a small group of children. There are two activities for each week, linked to the maths in Hamilton’s plans for that week. Each activity consists of  a detailed but simple bullet-pointed lesson outline for the TA and a Child Sheet. These intervention activities, if used consistently as you go along, have the potential to make a lot of difference to the children who are below ARE.

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Dicey decisions (1), Zoom zoom (2)

Dicey decisions (1): Understanding place vlaue in 4-digit and 5-digit numbers; Comparing 4-digit numbers and 5-digit numbers. Zoom zoom (2): Rounding 5-digit numbers to the nearest 100, 1000 and 10,000.

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Near or far (1), Dream shopping (2)

Near or far (1): Round numbers with one decimal place to the nearest whole number. Dream shopping (2): Finding change from £100 using frog (counting up).

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Deduce the decimal (1), Moving digits (2)

Deduce the decimal (1): Understanding place value in numbers with 3 decimal places. Moving digits (2): Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.

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Walk then fly (1), Times table challenge (2)

Walk then fly (1): Plotting points in the first quadrant. Times table challenge (2): Working out times table facts.

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Monster multiplications (1), Aim for 2000 (2)

Monster multiplications (2): Using known times tables and place value to multiply, e.g. 6 x 4, 6 x 40, 6 x 400. Aim for 2000 (2): Using the grid method to multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers.

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Special people (1), Fraction frenzy (2)

Special people (1): Understanding what a percentage is. Fraction frenzy (2): Finding fractions of amounts (1/4s, 1/3s, 1/5s, 1/10s).

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Mathematical mysteries (1), Spot the rule (2)

Mathematical mysteries (1): Solving equations using the bar model. Spot the rule (2): Counting sequences.

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Folding fractions (1), Amazing multiples (2)

Folding fractions (1): Finding ½ of fractions. Amazing multiples (2): Using chunking to divide (answers less than 100).

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Folding areas (1), Hidden volumes (2)

Folding areas (1): Finding areas of rectangles and triangles. Hidden volumes (2): Find the volumes of cuboids.

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The key to percentages (1), Car wash (2)

The key to percentages (1): Finding simple percentages of amounts (1%, 10%, 25% and 50%). Car wash (2): Solving ratio problems.

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Mixed up answers (1), Any left? (2)

Mixed up answers (1): Using the grid method to multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. Beginning to use the grid method to multiply 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. Any left (2): Using chunking to divide (answers less than 100).