Fluency in Number Facts - Teacher’s Guide Years 5 & 6

Author: Series edited by Peter Clarke
Format: Paperback
Publication Date: 11-11-2013
ISBN: 978-0-00-753129-5
Pages: 128

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Description

Fluency in Number Facts – Teacher’s Guide Year 5 and Year 6 for upper Key Stage 2 contains a bank of whole-class activities with supporting Interactive Whiteboard display resources to teach new facts and revise known facts. The accompanying CD provides mental maths tests to support preparation for SATs testing and a host of other resources.

The Teacher Guide for Y5/Y6 contains:

• games and activities arranged according to the three Key Aspects: Number, place value and rounding, Addition and subtraction and Multiplication and division

• whole-class games and activities, Paired games and activities and Individual activities aimed at ensuring children practise and consolidate their fluency in each of the three Key Aspects

• lists of the resources required for games and activities as well as instructions and, where appropriate, any variations

• Additional multi-aspect games and activities to develop mental fluency in all three Key Aspects.

The CD contains:

• downloadable resources for Maths facts, Whole-class games and activities, Paired games and activities, Individual activities and Written activities

• mental fluency challenges aimed at providing children with further practice and consolidation and also at offering teachers a means of assessing individual children’s proficiency in the mental recall of number facts.

• number cards required for some of the games and activities

• assessment and record-keeping formats to enable teachers to keep a record of the level of mastery that individual children have achieved in each of the three Key Aspect.