Practise Together: These activities are intended to be shared. Read the Explanation of the skill being practised and then play the game or share the task. Watch out for the points highlighted in the Explanation and if necessary, help your child, following the advice in ‘How this skill is taught’ section. Shared activities are not only more fun – they enable you to actively support your child’s learning.
Worksheets: Having practised a skill together using the shared activities, children can then rehearse the skill using the ‘Child alone’ sheets. These are presented in order of difficulty 15 and should only be given to the child AFTER the Practise Together activities. In this way you can be sure that the child has acquired this skill first. We cannot rehearse what something have not yet learned!
Test: Take a test, questions from this area

Numbers to a million

Decimals

Multiplying & Dividing by 10 & 100

Fractions of amounts

Mixed fractions

Decimals & fractions
Numbers to a million:
Understand that we can measure the length, height, width or circumference of an object in metres, centimetres or millimetres, and choose the most appropriate in any situation
Decimals:
Understand that we can measure the length, height, width or circumference of an object in metres, centimetres or millimetres, and choose the most appropriate in any situation
Multiplying & Dividing by 10 & 100:
Understand that we can measure the length, height, width or circumference of an object in metres, centimetres or millimetres, and choose the most appropriate in any situation
Fractions of amounts:
Understand that we can measure the length, height, width or circumference of an object in metres, centimetres or millimetres, and choose the most appropriate in any situation
Mixed fractions:
Understand that we can measure the length, height, width or circumference of an object in metres, centimetres or millimetres, and choose the most appropriate in any situation
Decimals & fractions:
Understand that we can measure the length, height, width or circumference of an object in metres, centimetres or millimetres, and choose the most appropriate in any situation
Number Concepts: Find and compare the lengths of things, their weights and capacities, using standard international units and convert between these.
Adding and Subtracting: Find and compare the lengths of things, their weights and capacities, using standard international units and convert between these.