Number 3.0

Place Value

Choose six decimals (three with 2 decimal places, and three with 1 decimal place). Order them, label them with their place value and represent them using decimal squares. Explain how you ordered the decimals in a poster, a glog, or as I have done here, a Photostory.


●      They round numbers up and down to the nearest unit, ten, hundred, or thousand.


●      They skip count forwards and backwards, from various starting points using multiples of 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 and 100.


●      They estimate the results of computations and recognise whether these are likely to be over-estimates or under-estimates.

Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing

You need to show you can add, subtract, multiply and divide, as shown in the video beneath. There are four worksheets (click to enlarge) – complete all four, and pick three sums from each sheet to do a screencast, and explain how you do each sum.

Times Tables

Take a photo of your tangled tables sheet where you have completed the sheet in ten minutes.

Adding and Subtracting Fractions

You need to develop a movie that shows how you play the following two games that involve adding and subtracting simple fractions:

Adding Fractions

Subtracting Fractions