Unit A – Number Millions

This maths scheme of work for Key Stage Two gets the children to investigate, order and compare the value of digits in a range of different numbers with seven digits. The class can split and combine numbers in millions to record and compare the place of their numerical digits. The children can use their place value skills to compare population numbers in different countries.

Investigate, order and compare the value of digits in a range of different numbers with seven digits

## Lesson One : Digit Splits

Identify and record the place value of digits in numbers to one million by selecting and combining groups of numerals

## Lesson Two : Number Changes

Explore how the place value of digits in numbers to six digits change when adding multiples of powers of ten

## Lesson Three : Number Chains

Identify and record the place value of digits that can be combined to make different numbers to ten million

## Lesson Four : Population Numbers

Select and record the population numbers of different countries in the world by the place value of their digits

• ## Number Thousands

Compare, order and sequence different sets of four digits numbers by using the place value of their numerical digits including counting in steps of thousands

• ## Number Races

Create and complete different number lines to show sets of four digit numbers with a range of division steps

• ## Number Steps

Identify and record divisions on sets of different number lines to show sequences of numbers with four digits

• ## Number Rules

Identify and record sets of four digit numbers that can match a range of different statements about numbers