## Key Stage Two : Maths : Year Five Planning : Term One : Number Thousands

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage Two gets the children to investigate, compare and record the place value of the numerals in a range of different six digit numbers according to their positions in each number. The class can use the symbols for greater than or less than to compare different sets of numbers to six digits by the place value of their numerical digits.

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This teaching pack includes five lessons to teach the class to investigate, compare and record the place value of the numerals in different six digit numbers. There are activities for shared, independent and group learning.

This scheme of work for maths is recommended for Year Five in Key Stage Two although it could also be easily differentiated for children in other ages and classes to use.

Skills covered in this teaching pack include comparing numbers in thousands by the place value of their digits, identifying the value of digits in a number, ordering six digit numbers and reading and writing the value of the digits in a number.

## Lesson One : Thousands Digits

Practise comparing the value of five digit numbers by their place value. The class can identify a range of numbers that can be generated by using a set of five numerals. Preview this lesson.

## Lesson Two : Number Mix

Build five digit numbers by combining tens of thousands, thousands, hundreds, tens and ones. The class can identify the value of the digits in the selected numbers using the combined ones, tens, hundreds and thousands.

## Lesson Three : Hundreds of Thousands

Identify and compare the place value of digits in numbers to hundreds of thousands. The class can also practise ordering the numbers that they have generated according to the value and position of their digits.

## Lesson Four : Family Journeys

Order numbers to six digits according to the position and value of the numerals. The class can record how to compare pairs of the ordered numbers using the correct symbols for greater than or less than.

## Lesson Five : Six Digits

Compare and order different six digit numbers by the place value of their numerical digits. The class can build different numbers using combinations of ones, tens, hundreds and thousands to record in words and digits and then order from smallest to biggest.

##### Lesson plan six digits Activity place value number cards (colour, black and white) Presentation next hundred Presentation six digits

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