Decimals: x/÷ by 10/100; +/- 0.1
Fill in missing numbers on shapes taken from the 0.1 to 10 grid.
Practise multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100 (whole answers or numbers with 1dp).
Balance equalities using multiplication or division by 10 or 100.
Consolidate one-place decimal numbers
Recognise tenths of shaded diagrams, as decimals, fractions and an equivalent number of fifths.
Place or identify numbers with one decimal place on a number line. Round to nearest whole number.
Write < or > between numbers with one decimal place. Use digits to create accurate inequalities. Create accurately ordered sets of numbers.
Column addition, including money
Use a written method to add pairs, or trios, of 3-digit numbers. Estimate answers by rounding numbers to the nearest 10.
Use expanded and compact column addition to find totals of pairs of amounts of money. Estimate whether totals are <£10 or >£10.
Estimate totals and use compact column addition to find totals of pairs of amounts of money.
Column add/subt with 3- & 4-digit numbers
Use a column subtraction method to subtract pairs of 4-digit numbers, watching out for the occasional calculation best solved mentally.
Use column addition to add pairs of 4-digit numbers, watching out for the occasional calculation best solved mentally.
Compare, order 2-place decimal numbers
Compare, then order numbers with two decimal places. Children may use landmarked lines to help.
Children place numbers with one or two decimal places on landmarked lines. They then order a set of given decimals between 0 and 2.
Appropriate strategies to add/subtract
Use Frog to subtract 4-digit numbers mainly either side of a multiple of 100.
Use column subtraction to subtract 3-digit from 4-digit numbers.
Choose Frog or column subtraction to subtract pairs of 4-digit numbers.