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Add or subtract 1, 10, 100 or 1000 to/from whole numbers.
Count on or back in tens hundreds or thousands from any whole number up to 10000.
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Age 6-7
Parts of a 100-square.

Fill in the missing numbers

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Age 8-9

Write the correct numbers in the boxes

Ordering whole numbers.

Example of writing numbers in circles

Write the numbers in order in the circles

Age 8-9

Numbers up to 1000
Numbers up to 10000

Estimating whole numbers and decimals.
Example of part of a number line

Estimate the position of a point on an undivided line.

Age 8-9

Numbers from 0 to 50 and 0 to 100 (whole numbers)

Age 9-10

Numbers from 0 to 100, 0 to 1000, -10 to 0 and -100 to 0

Age 10-11

Numbers from 0 to 1, 0 to 100, 0 to 1000, 0 to 10000, -10 to 10 and -100 to 0

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Age 9-11
Identify numbers on a number line

Number lines 0 to 1000 and 0 to 800

Part of a number line

Rounding whole numbers
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Age 9-10
Round measurements to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000

Round distances from London

Negative numbers and reading from thermometers

Example of a thermometer

Age 9-10
Use negative numbers in the context of temperature.

Worksheet 1: ten thermometers are shown displaying a temperature less than zero. The temperature rises by a number of degree; mark the new temperature reading on the thermometer.

Worksheet 2: the temperature at three different times of the day is given; mark them on a thermometer. At least one of the temperatures is less than zero. Work out how many degrees the temperature rises and falls.

Worksheet 3: the temperatures at eight different times of a winter's day are given; mark them on a thermometer. All the temperatures are around zero. The worksheet could be used to ask several questions (not all answers are given). Work out how many degrees the temperature rises or falls. What is biggest rise or fall? What is the difference between the lowest and highest temperature? What is the season?

Worksheet 4: the temperatures at eight different times of a summer's day are given; mark them on a thermometer.Work on reading scales rather than negative numbers.

Worksheet 5: eight blank thermometers.

Multiply and divide whole numbers and then decimals by 10, 100 or 1000.
0.6 x Missing number box = 60

Age 10-11
Multiply and divide numbers by 10, 100 and 1000

Multiply and divide
Just multiply
Just divide


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Age 9-11
Work out differences between numbers.

Small differences

Multiples of 10 differences

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