Activities to help the children develop their number, geometry, measurement and statistics skills for maths. There are resources for whole class and group teaching as well as independent learning which can be adapted to meet the needs of your class.
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Key Stage Two : Maths : Year Four Planning : Term Two
Identify, record and compare the area of different rectilinear shapes by counting their numbers of squares
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- Lost SonDiscuss the meaning of a parable from the Bible told by Jesus about forgiving others and reflect on how to solve dilemmas in families
- Jungle BookRead and answer comprehension questions using an extract from a story by a significant author
- Roman InvasionInvestigate some of the reasons for the growth of the Roman Empire in the past and how and why the Romans invaded ancient Britain
- Comparing FractionsIdentify and record how to compare and order different unit and non-unit fractions by the values of their numerators and denominators