 C of E Primary School

# Maths

This term we are learning all about Time and Measurement (length, height, weight, mass, capacity, volume and temperature)

Week 6 - Statistics (Tallys, Tables and Graphs)
By the end of this week you should be able to:

Tally Charts (Years 2 and 3)

- understand how to record numbers using tallies (including how to write multiples of 5).

- read and interpret tally charts to calculate individual and total scores .

Graphs (Years 2 and 3)

- draw, read and interpret pictograms (including those with scales in multiples of 2, 5 and 10),

- draw, read and interpret block diagrams.

- draw, read and interpret bar charts.

Tables (Year 3 only)

- understand how to draw a table to record different scores.

Tally Charts

Pictogram

Block Diagrams

Bar Graphs

Tables
Week 5 - Capacity and Temperature
By the end of this week you should be able to:

Measure Capacity (Years 2 and 3)

- measure liquid in ml and l.

- compare and order liquid in terms of its capacity (volume).

- read scales in increments on 1, 2, 10 and 100.

- read scales in increments of 20, 25, and 50 (year 3 only).

Capacity Calculations (Years 2 and 3)

- Understand and recall how many millilitres (ml) are in a litre (l)

- Solve Capacity Word problems using addition and subtraction (+ - )

Measure Temperature (Years 2 and 3)

- measure temperature in °C.

- read scales in increments of 1, 2 and 10.

Measure Capacity in litres (l) and millilitres (ml)

Compare Capacity

Measure Temperature in degrees Celsius  (°C)

Week 4 - Mass (weight)
By the end of this week you should be able to:

Measure Mass (Years 2 and 3)

- weigh items in g and kg.

- compare and order objects in terms of their mass (weight).

- read scales in increments on 1, 2, 5 and 10.

- read scales in increments of 20, 25, 50 and 100 (year 3 only).

Mass Calculations (Years 2 and 3)

- Understand and recall how many grams (g) are in a kilogram (kg)

- Solve Mass Word problems using addition and subtraction (+ - )

Measure Mass in grams (g) and kilograms (kg)

Compare Mass

Reading scales in multiples including 20, 25, 50 and 100

(Year 3 only)

Week 3 - Length

By the end of this week you should be able to:

Length Calculations (Years 2 and 3)

- Subtract lengths

- Understand what perimeter is and measure the perimeter of a shape

- Calculate the perimeter of a shape (Year 3 only)

- Solve Measurement Word problems using the four operations (+ - x ÷)

You will need:

A 30cm ruler

A meter stick or tapemeasure

It’s important to print the ruler at the actual size of the file without any scaling. Set your printer to disable any scaling. Some computers such as Windows PCs may have a setting to set “page scaling” to “none” while others such as Mac computers may have an option to set the “scale” to “100%”, either of these options will work. Avoid using the “fit to page”, “scale to fit”, or “fill entire paper” options as these will cause the image to be printed larger or smaller than it’s actual size.

Subtract Lengths

Measuring and Calculating Perimeter

Length Word Problems

Week 2 - Length

By the end of this week you should be able to:

Measuring Length (Years 2 and 3)

- Use different rulers to measure and order lengths in:

- cm

- m

- mm (Year 3 only)

Length Calculations (Years 2 and 3)

- Recall how many:

- cm in a m

- mm in a cm (Year 3 only)

- Convert between units of length and compare lengths of different measurements:

- cm and m

- mm and cm (Year 3 only)

Measuring Length in cm (Years 2 and 3)

Measuring Length in m (Years 2 and 3)

Measuring Length in mm (Year 3 only)

Converting and Comparing Length

Week 1 - Calculating Time

By the end of this week you should be able to:

Work from previous terms

- Be confident telling the time using analogue and digital clocks (see term 5, weeks 4-5)

- Recall time facts (see term 5, weeks 4-5)

Work from this term

- Convert between seconds, minutes and hours (e.g. how many seconds in 4 minutes)

- Calculate how long something has taken (duration).

- Calculate when an activity starts or finishes.

- Compare two lengths of time and know which is the shortest/longest (year 3 only).

You will need a blank number line
Converting between seconds, minutes and hours

Calculating and Comparing Duration/Start and End Times

Mastered all your learning on time?

Refresh your memory on topics we have learnt throughout the year.

Term 5

This term we are learning all about Shapes (Geometry) and Time.

Week 5 - Telling the Time (Digital)

By the end of this week you should be beginning to:

Time Facts (Years 2 and 3)

- Recall how many days in a week, days in a month and days in a year.

- Recall how many months are in a year, the order that they are in.

- Understand how to read a calender.

- Understand what a leap year is and how it can affect the number of days in a month and year.

Telling the Time (Years 2 and 3)

- Tell the time using a 12 hour digital clock.

- Tell the time using a 24 hour digital clock (Year 3 only).

You will need a clock
Time Facts (Years 2 and 3)

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Telling the Time (Digital)
12 Hour Digital

24 Hour Digital (Year 3 only)

Week 4 - Telling the Time (Analogue)

By the end of this week you should be beginning to:

Time Facts (Years 2 and 3)

- Recall how many seconds are in a minute, minutes in an hour and hours in a day.

- Understand and use am and pm to describe different times in the day.

Telling the Time (Years 2 and 3)

- Tell the time using o'clock and half past on an analogue (traditional) clock.

- Tell the time using quarter to and quarter past on an analogue (traditional) clock.

- Tell the time to 5 minutes on an analogue (traditional) clock.

- Tell the time to the minute on an analogue (traditional clock) (Year 3 only)

You will need a Clock
Times Facts (Years 2 and 3)
Seconds, Minutes, Hours, Days (Years 2 and 3)

AM and PM (Years 2 and 3)

Telling the Time (Years 2 and 3)
Telling the Time to the Hour and Half Hour

Telling the Time (Quarter To and Quarter Past)

Telling the Time to 5 minutes (Year 2 and Year 3)

Telling Time to the Minute (Year 3 Only)

Week 3 - Symmetry, Movement and Turns

By the end of this week you should be able to:

Symmetry (Years 2 and 3)

- Understand and explain what symmetry is.

- Find and draw lines of symmetry.

Position and Direction (Years 2 and 3)

- Describe the movement of an object/shape using the terms: forwards, backwards, left and right.

- Describe the rotation of an object/shape using the terms: clockwise and anticlockwise, whole, half and quarter turns.

Angles (Year 3 only)

- Understand and explain what an angle is.

- Recall, identify and describe 3 different types of angles: right, acute and obtuse.

Symmetry

Activities

Challenge

Explore the range of designs that can be created by shading whole squares of the grid to form different symmetrical patterns. How many can you find?

Position and Direction (Years 2 and 3)

Activities

Challenge

Put the skills you have learnt to good use by doing some computer coding using position and direction! Click on the link below to take you a new page with a list of different apps/computer platforms/off-line options for you to choose from.

Scratch - for use on laptops/desktops (free)
Angles (Year 3)

Activities

Challenge

Search for real life examples of the different types of angles and make a poster about what you have found.

Week 2 - 3D Shapes

## Maths Weekly Briefing - Monday 27th April

By the end of this week you should be able to:

- Recall the names of the different 3D shapes.

- Recall and explain what an edge, vertex and a face are.

- Describe and identify 3D shapes using their properties (numbers of vertices, edges, faces, shape of faces etc)

- Count the number of edges, vertices and faces on a 3D shape.

- Make links between 2D shapes and the shape of faces on a 3D shape.

Recommended for Years 2 and 3

Key Vocabulary
Activities
Challenges
Week 1 - 2D shapes

## Maths Briefing

By the end of this week you should be able to:

Year 2

- Recall the names of the different 2D shapes.

- Recall and explain what an edge and a vertex are.

- Count the number of edges and vertices on a 2D shape.

- Identify and sort 2D shapes based on their properties (numbers of edges and vertices)

- Draw different 2D shapes.

Year 3

- Recall the names of the different 2D shapes.

- Recall and explain what an edge and a vertex are.

- Recall and explain what horizontal, vertical, parallel and perpendicular lines are.

- Identify and sort 2D shapes based on their properties (numbers of edges and vertices, types of lines etc).

- Draw different 2D shapes.

- Draw different 2D shapes.

Recommended for Year 2

Key Vocabulary

Activities

Challenges
Recommended for Year 3

You need to watch the whole video - as there is some important vocabulary at the end that you will need to understand to complete the activities!
Key Vocabulary
Activities
Challenges

Matheletics

Miss Coleman will set 5 short Mathletics activities for you to do each week via the app.

(These will focus on what we have already learnt in class this year)

Times Table Rockstars

Practise your times tables in the garage, play a gig with your friends or challenge them or Miss Coleman to a Rock Slam.

Miss Coleman's Weekly Maths Challenge

Every week Miss Coleman will set a Maths challenge for those brave enough to solve it! Don't forget she'll want you to prove it!

Maths projects (term 4)

Here is a list of some projects linked to our learning this year. Click on the name of the project to open a new page with more information about the task and for resources which might be useful. You do not have to do everything! Have a look and choose 1-2 projects per week that you are most interested in doing.

- arithmetic

- place value (H T O)

- subtraction (-)

- multiplication (x)

- division (÷)

- money (£)

- statistics (tally's, tables and bar graphs)

- fractions (we have started but not completed our learning)

- measurement (we have started but not completed our learning)

Arithmetic

Money
Statistics
Fractions
Measurement