This Term’s Topics: Lockdown lessons. Explore the pages below for videos, activities and quizzes.

Learn how to round numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000.

Learn to recognise place value and partition numbers to 10,000.

Learn to estimate and label numbers up to 10,000 on a number line.

Learn to find 1, 10, 100 and 1000 more or less more or less than a given number.

Learn how to compare numbers of up to 4 digits.

Learn how to order numbers up to 100,000.

Learn how to count in 25s

Learn how to add numbers with up to 4 digits together.

Learn how to subtract up to 4-digit numbers.

Learn all about decimals up to two places and how they are written using place value tables.

Learn how to identify and understand negative numbers.

Learn how to round decimal places to the nearest whole number and nearest tenth.

Learn how to compare and order decimals with up to three decimals places.

Learn how to recognise and use thousandths and relate them to tenths, hundredths and decimal equivalents.

Learn how to multiply by 10 and 100.

Learn how use multiply by 0 and 1 and how to multiply by 0.

Learn all about prime numbers.

Learn the 6 times table and division facts.

Learn the 9 times table and division facts.

Learn the 7 times table and division facts.

Learn the 11 and 12 times table

Learn to multiply 3 numbers.

Learn all about factor pairs.

Learn how to multiply hundreds, tens and ones by ones.

Learn how to divide up to 4-digit numbers by a 1-digit number.

Learn all about multiples and factors.

Learn how to multiply two digit numbers using the area model.

Learn how to work out equivalent fractions.

Learn how to represent fractions that are greater than 1.

Learn how to recognise the percent symbol (%) and understand that per cent relates to ‘number of parts per hundred’.

Learn how to count in fractions using a number line to help.

Learn how to add fractions with the same denominator.

Learn how to subtract improper fractions with the same denominator.

Learn how to subtract fractions including subtracting from wholes.

Learn how to write a number as an improper fraction and a mixed number.

Learn how to compare two or more fractions, sorting them from least to greatest.

Learn how to add two mixed numbers.

and Learn how to subtract two mixed numbers.

Learn how to add two fractions where answer could be greater than 1.

Learn how to use your knowledge of fractions to multiply mixed numbers by integers.

Learn how to multiply unit and non-unit fractions by an integer.

Learn how to solve problems involving fractions.

Learn how to identify different types of angles.

Learn how to compare the types of angle.

Learn about the different types of triangles and their properties.

Learn about the different types of quadrilaterals and their properties.

Learn how to find lines of symmetry.

Learn how to describe position on a coordinates grid.

Learn how to draw and move on a grid

Learn how to work out the perimeter on a grid.

Learn how to work out the perimeter of a rectangle.

Learn how to work out the perimeter of rectilinear shapes.

Learn how to work out the area of a shape using a formula.

Learn how to measure angles up to 180 degrees using a protractor.

Learn how to draw angles up to 180 degrees using a protractor.

Learn how to reflect shapes in a mirror line.

Learn how to identify 3D shapes from 2D representations.

Learn how to translate 2D shapes across a grid.

Learn how to identify and measure angles using a protractor.

A collection of content to support the teaching and learning of banking and budgeting in KS2 Maths, made in partnership with the Bank of England, Beano and Tes.

A collection of content to support the teaching and learning of number and place value in Year 5 and P6.

A collection of content to support the teaching and learning of addition and subtraction in Year 5 and P6.

A collection of content to support the teaching and learning of multiplication in Year 5 and P6.

A collection of content to support the teaching and learning of division in Year 5 and P6.

A collection of content to support the teaching and learning of area and perimeter in Year 5 and P6.