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Counting in steps of 5 and 10

Extra Support
Maths
Y1/2

Y1: Spider Counting
Counting in 10s from 10

Y2: Clever Counting
Counting in 10s from 10

Written multiplication strategies

Worksheets
Maths
Y5/6

Day 1
Y5: Multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers (grid method).
Y6: Multiply 3-digit numbers then 4-digit by 1-digit numbers (short multiplication).

Day 2
Y5: Multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers (short or grid multiplication).
Y6: Short multiplication.

Day 3
Y5: Multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers (short multiplication).
Y6: Use short multiplication to multiply amounts of money.

Day 4
Y5: Multiply 2-digit numbers by numbers between 10 and 30 using the grid method.
Y6: Multiply pairs of 2-digit numbers together using the grid method.

Day 5
Y5: Multiply pairs of 2-digit numbers together using the grid method.
Y6: Multiply 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers using the grid method.

Written multiplication strategies

Mastery: Reasoning and Problem-Solving
Maths
Y5/6

In-depth investigation: Excellent Eights
Children explore patterns when multiplying numbers with consecutive digits by 8.

Written multiplication strategies

Short Mental Workouts
Maths
Y5/6

Day 1
6, 60, 7 and 70 times tables

Day 2
Times tables

Day 3
Find the time later using the 24-hour clock

Day 4
Multiply by 20

Day 5
Multiply pairs of multiples of 10, and 10s by 100s.

Counting in steps of 5 and 10

Worksheets
Maths
Y1/2

Day 1
Y1: Count on and back in 10s to fill in missing multiples.
Y2: Count in 10s to find totals and to find how many 10p coins are needed to pay for given items.

Day 2
Y1: Fill in missing multiples of 5 on ladder rungs.
Y2: Count in 5s to find totals of 5p coins.

Counting in steps of 5 and 10

Mastery: Reasoning and Problem-Solving
Maths
Y1/2

In-Depth Investigation: Inside Out
Children use their knowledge of inverse operations to calculate missing numbers in multiplication grids.