As well as worksheets some ideas on how to get across the idea of thousands, hundreds, tens and units.
Place value and partitioning as well as writing larger numbers in words and figures. Many children find working with larger numbers very difficult, even with the help of a calculator.
When counting up or down in tens or hundreds it can get tricky either side of the thousand boundary. These pages will help children gain confidence counting on and back.
Finding one more than a number sounds easy, but finding one more than numbers such as 2999 can prove tricky.
The more than and less than signs should be familiar, now they can be put to use with negative numbers. There’s more on ordering larger numbers as well.
Finding the number half way between two other numbers is not always easy. There are number lines to help with this as well as counting on in ones, tens and hundreds.
The cards at the end of this module are needed to complete these pages. Print onto card and cut them out.
Reading temperature is a great way to practise using negative numbers. Try ordering negative numbers as well.
More ordering negative numbers on a number line, including ‘tables’ in negative numbers!
Find the missing numbers in the sequences and then write the rule that the sequence follows.
A number square is a great resource for exploring number patterns. Describe patterns and predict the next number in a sequence.
By entering 4 + + = you can make your calculator into an ‘add 4’machine. Follow the instructions on these pages. Useful when adding the same number lots of times or looking at patterns and sequences.
Revision of odd and even numbers, including sequences and rules about adding an odd number and an even number etc.
A look at decimal fractions, how to say them, how to order them and how to work out the value of the digits.
Each rectangle is one whole one and each part is one tenth. How much is shown by the shading?
These pages show how money is one of the best ways to explain decimal fractions. There are also worksheets on conversions of metric measures of length, using decimals.
It’s time to take a closer look at hundredths. Work includes completing number lines and ordering numbers with two decimal places.
More on decimal fractions, including some tricky estimating on number lines and calculator work which requires sharp mental skills.
Subjects you do not see a lot of: ratio and proportion. It’s a bit like buying coffee: for every nine cups you get one free.
More on ration and proportion; this time we look at shape patterns.
Remember to clear the display before beginning to use the calculator’ then try this selection of problems.
Use your calculator as a check to see if these negative numbers questions are correct.
A guide to the expectations in Year 4 on understanding and using numbers.