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# Higher Lane Primary School

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Email: office.higherlane@visionmat.com

Egerton Road, Whitefield, Manchester M45 7EX

Tel: 0161 766 2005

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## Mathematics Tutorials

For most children (and adults!) Mathematics can be a 'prime' area of the curriculum that does not inspire confidence.

Our single, most important message we can give is for children to know their number bonds (EYFS/KS1) and their timestables and division facts (KS1/KS2) off by heart, so please make sure your child is using TTRockStars on a daily basis.

Also, we often hear parents and/or guardians saying "This method is different to how we were shown to do it" and, of course, this is quite right. And to this end, we have put together a series of video tutorials to help pupils and parents.

Firstly, click HERE for a dictionary to bust all of the Maths jargon we teachers use on a daily basis (yes, even on the weekends!)

Below we have organised teaching clips in to year groups.

Feel free to use/select a video from another year group.

NUMBER BONDS

NUMBER BONDS – Reinforcing

3D SHAPES

INTRODUCING FRACTIONS

THE EQUALS SIGN - what it means and misconceptions

INTRODUCTION TO PLACE VALUE

PLACE VALUE AND ESTIMATION

PLACE VALUE AND THE DECIMAL POINT

PLACE VALUE: ORDERING NUMBERS UP TO 3 DECIMAL PLACES

HOW TO WORK OUT UNKNOWN VALUES

TOP TIPS FOR TIMES TABLES

RELATED TIMES TABLES FACTS

TEACHING TIMES TABLES USING THE GRID METHOD

HOW TO TEACH THE  FORMAL OR 'LONG' METHOD OF MULTIPLICATION

HOW TO FIND 10, 100 OR 1,000 MORE OR LESS

COLUMN ADDITION OF 2 DIGIT NUMBERS

SUBTRACTION BY COUNTING BACKWARDS

SUBTRACTION: THE FORMAL METHOD - NO EXCHANGING/BORROWING

SUBTRACTION: THE FORMAL METHOD - WITH EXCHANGING/BORROWING

FRACTIONS: AN INTRODUCTION

EQUIVALENT (OR EQUAL) FRACTIONS

FRACTIONS: COMMON ISSUES AND HOW TO FIX THEM

PLACE VALUE

USING NEAR DOUBLES TO CALCULATE

TEACHING TIMES TABLES

TEACHING TIMES TABLES - USING A 100 SQUARE

x2, x5 and x10 number facts

DIVISION: GROUPING AND SHARING

DIVIDING 2 DIGIT NUMBERS

FRACTIONS - USING A NUMBER LINE

FINDING FRACTIONS OF AMOUNTS

HOW TO DIVIDE WHOLE NUMBERS BY 10, 100 OR 1000

ROUNDING NUMBERS TO THE NEAREST 10 OR 100

READING AND WRITING NUMBERS UP TO TEN MILLION

PRIME AND COMPOSITE NUMBERS

PRIME FACTORS

PRIME FACTORS

CONVERTING FRACTIONS TO DECIMALS

CONVERTING FRACTIONS TO PERCENTAGES

CALCULATING PERCENTAGES OF AMOUNTS

ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS - SAME DENOMINATOR

ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS - DIFFERENT DENOMINATOR

PROPER FRACTION x WHOLE NUMBER

MIXED NUMBER x WHOLE NUMBER

CHANGING IMPROPER FRACTIONS TO MIXED NUMBERS

COMPARING FRACTIONS WITH DIFFERENT DENOMINATORS

SOLVING FRACTION PROBLEMS

MULTIPLICATION: 2 DIGIT x 2 DIGIT

FINDING THE LOWEST COMMON MULTIPLE

DIVISION USING THE 'BUS STOP' METHOD

REMAINDERS: HOW TO WRITE THEM AND HOW TO USE THEM IN CONTEXT

2D SHAPES: TOP TIPS

MASS, LENGTH AND VOLUME

AREA AND PERIMETER

CALCULATING MISSING ANGLES

RATIO PROBLEMS: HOW TO SOLVE USING THE BAR MODEL

SOLVING MULTI-STEP PROBLEMS USING THE BAR MODEL