Unit B – Ordering and Changing

This maths scheme of work for Key Stage Two gets the children to explore how to order three digit numbers by the place value of their digits and how the digits change their numerical values when finding ten and one hundred more or less. The class can use concrete equipment and diagrams to model how to order and change numbers.

Explore and record how to order three digit numbers by the place value of their digits and how the digits in a number change their numerical values when finding ten and one hundred more or less

## Lesson One : Number Steps

Identify and estimate the position of different three digit numbers using a number line

## Lesson Two : Number Places

Estimate and record the position of different three digit numbers on a range of number lines

## Lesson Three : Changing Numbers

Identify and record number sums that are ten more than different three digit numbers

## Lesson Four : Digit Changes

Identify and record number sums that are ten less than different three digit numbers

## Lesson Five : Changing Hundreds

Explore number sums that are one hundred more and less than different three digit numbers

## New Teaching Resources for Key Stage Two

• Circus Animals
Write a discussion text to outline some of the arguments for and against an animal welfare issue
• Chocolate Debate
Hold a class debate to identify and explain the benefits and disadvantages of eating chocolate
• Story Swaps
Practise writing and editing an alternative version of a traditional story by swapping characters, settings and plot events
• Story Swap Writing
Draft and edit an alternative version of a traditional tale to match the original text genre and style