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Year 3 Addition

Year 3 AdditionWhen adding mentally numbers with a mixture of 1, 2 and 3 digits it is a great help to have a good understanding of place value. Our latest set of worksheets looks at this in detail and will easily identify those who have a sound understanding.We have also just published our first on-screen […]

Year 3 Place Value and Addition

In Year 3 children will begin to understand how 3-digit numbers are made up; for example, they will express 345 as 3 hundreds, 4 tens and 5 ones. This partitioning of numbers is vital when it comes to mentally adding up two 3-digit numbers. Our latest set of worksheets really helps with this, with questions […]

Money in Years 2 and 3

In Year 2 children will continue to become more familiar with the equivalent value of coins; for example, five 2p coins are equivalent to one 10p coin. We have just published four great new sets which look at this in detail, using all the coins from 50p to 1p. For those children who are less […]

Year 3 Expanded Addition

Expanded addition is a method used to add numbers using the expanded form of the number. So, the question is, what is the expanded form of a number? The expanded form of a number is created when the number is written to show the place value of each digit. 76 in the expanded form is […]

Buying Stickers – Money in Years 3 and 4

A great selection of new money worksheets is also available for both Year 3 and Year 4, again using the theme of stickers. It is in Year 4 that children are expected to write pounds and pence using the correct decimal notation. For example, three pounds and five pence is written as £3.05. It must […]

Year 2 and Year 3 Fractions

Fraction work in Year 2 is mostly practical, as children explore simple fractions such as halves and quarters. Thirds are also introduced for the first time, which is important as it helps children realise that fractions are not just halves and quarters. Out latest set of pages asks children to find the odd one out […]

Year 3 Measurement

Working with the metric system really takes off in Year 3 (7/8 years old). During this year children are expected to know that: 1 kilometre = 1,000 metres 1 metre = 100 centimetres 1 kilogram = 1,000 grams 1 litre = 1,000 millilitres They are also expected to recognise half units, such as half a […]

Year 3 Number Resources

The numbers children work with start getting larger in Year 3, with reading and writing up to at least 1,000. By the end of the year children will be expected to be able to count on and back in steps of 10, partition numbers, estimate numbers and round numbers to the nearest 10 or 100. […]

Maths Mastery support resources

Fantastic news for all those using a Maths Mastery approach: we are continuing to add to our selection of resources, including on-screen activities. We now have a whole selection of on-screen activities for the Year 1 Spring Term Block on adding and subtracting up to 20. Don’t forget we also have some great support materials […]

Year 2 and 3 Graphs

Statistics work is always an interesting topic to teach, but there are important concepts to cover, including how to use and interpret tally charts and pictograms in Year 2. Our latest resource asks children to complete a block diagram from given data. Similar tasks have also been published for Year 3, but the block graphs […]