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Extra Support

Mental mult/div; problem solving

Maths
Y5/6

Y5: Mammoth Multiplication
Using known times tables and place value to multiply, e.g. 4 × 3, 4 × 30, 4 × 300.

Y6: Factors and Multiples Game
Use this game where players take turns to cross out numbers, at each stage choosing a number that is a factor or multiple of the number just crossed out by the other player: Factors and Multiples Game from nrich.maths.org.

Mastery: Reasoning and Problem-Solving

Written division strategies

Maths
Y5/6

In-depth Investigation: Remainders Rule!
Children find numbers between 100 and 200 that will give a remainder when divided by numbers 2 to 9.

Worksheets

Decimal/fraction equivalents

Maths
Y5/6

Day 1
Y5: Write improper fractions as mixed numbers and vice versa using images of pizzas.
Y6: Problems with mixed numbers and improper fractions.

Day 2
Y5: Use equivalence to identify missing fractions and decimals on a number line (supporting images of 1/10s and 1/4s)
Y5/6: Use equivalence to identify missing 1/10s and 1/4s as fractions and decimals on a number line
Y6: Use equivalence to identify missing fractions and decimals on a number line.

Mastery: Reasoning and Problem-Solving

Mental mult/div; problem solving

Maths
Y5/6

In-depth Investigation: Get to the Root
Children use their fluency in mental multiplication to explore the patterns of digital roots in multiplication.

Extra Support

Mental division strategies

Maths
Y5/6

Y5 and Y6: Left Overs
Dividing by 3, 4, 5 and 10 to give remainders

Extra Support

Written division strategies

Maths
Y5/6

Y5
Chunking Challenge
Using chunking to divide, answers between 10 and 20, no remainders.

and

Leftovers
Using chunking to divide, answers between 10 and 20, with remainders.

Y6
Chunky Jumps
Using chunking to divide (answers less than 60).

and

Toffee Apples
Using chunking to divide (answers less than 60); round up or down to answer word problems.