Subtraction strategies; written methods
Use empty number lines to subtract pairs of 3-digit numbers by counting up.
Use expanded column subtraction to subtract 3-digit numbers.
Choose counting up or column subtraction to subtract 3-digit numbers.
Find and correct mistakes in subtractions using counting up and column subtractions.
Grid multiplication: vertical layout
Use the grid method to multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers.
Use ‘ladder’ and/or grid methods for 3-digit x 1-digit calculations.
Choose a partitioning method to multiply: grid or ladder.
Practise using the ladder method for 3-digit × 1-digit calculations.
Unit and non-unit fractions of amounts
Fill in missing fractions (in simplest form) in sequences, using fraction lines to help.
Find unit fractions, then non-unit fractions of amounts.
Use a bar model to help find 1/8s of 32 and 1/6s of 30. Find 1/3s and 1/5s of 30.
Co-ordinates: draw polygons
Plot x and y coordinates in one quadrant on a graph to draw 2-D shapes, including missing co-ordinate points.
Give the x and y coordinates of shapes on a grid after moving them up, down, left or right.
Imagine translating shapes and finding new co-ordinates.
Adding money using column addition
Find missing numbers in column additions of money.
Use expanded addition and compact addition to add amounts of money.