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By Phil Hart from:
Dell Primary School
Count reliably up to 10 objects, recall
pairs of numbers with a total of 10.
Identify pairs of numbers
with a total of 10.
Organising and Using Data - Year 1 & 2
By Barry Goodman from:
To solve a problem by making and organising a list and
a simple block graph.
RM Starting Graph
Explore and Explain Patterns in Data
To collect and record data quickly.
To solve the problem: "What makes a difference
to how far a car travels?" by making a simple
Number Patterns new
By Paul Turner from:
To count on in 5s from any 1 or 2 digit number
investigate patterns in a 100 square grid
how patterns change when the number of columns
in the 100 square grid changes
To add near multiple of 10 to a (2 or 3
Swallow Dell Primary School
To know by heart and use all x10 tables.
Multiplication grid in Word
To understand the relationship between multiplication and
To know ratio and proportion
Classifying Quadrilaterals - Shape and Space new
By Janet Hall from:
To classify quadrilaterals using side/angle
properties – NNS Section 6 p.103
Name and begin
to classify quadrilaterals, using criteria, such
as parallel sides, equal angles, equal sides, lines
Finding simple Percentages of Numbers new
To find simple percentages of whole number quantities
find simple percentages of whole number quantities
develop calculator skills and use a calculator
convert fractions to percentages (Excel97/16kb)
and money (Acrobat
To find a fraction of a quantity.
To choose a way of working out and give a reason why
that method was chosen.
Use of Powerpoint and spreadsheet software for main introduction
to lesson, oral and mental starter and pupil activities;
projector linked to laptop. PCs for group activities.
To estimate the size of an angle.
To measure the size of an angle accurately.
Use of PC protractor:
Either DfES CD-Rom or
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