**Year 5 Maths: Summer Term 1**

Here is a summary of what we will be learning in Maths in
the next 5 weeks after the Easter holiday.

**Week 1**

·
Mental
addition and subtraction

·
Decimals,
percentages and their equivalence to fractions

·
Problem
solving, reasoning and algebra

Add mentally 2-place
decimal numbers in the context of money using rounding; add several small
amounts of money using mental methods; mentally subtract amounts of money
including giving change; calculate the difference between two amounts using
counting up; solve word problems, including 2-step problems, choosing an
appropriate method

**Week 2**

·
Fractions,
ratio and proportion

·
Problem
solving, reasoning and algebra

·
Written
multiplication and division

Multiply fractions less
than 1 by whole numbers, convert improper fractions to whole numbers; use short
multiplication to multiply 3-digit and 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers; use
long multiplication to multiply 2-digit and 3-digit numbers by teens numbers

**Week 3**

·
Decimals,
percentages and their equivalence to fractions

·
Problem
solving, reasoning and algebra

·
Number and
place value

Read, write and compare
decimals to three decimal places, understanding that the third decimal place
represents thousandths; multiply and divide numbers by 10, 100 and 1000 using
3-place decimal numbers in the calculations; place 2-place decimals on a number
line and round them to the nearest tenth and whole number; read, write, order
and compare 3-place decimal numbers; understand and use negative numbers in the
context of temperature

**Week 4**

·
Geometry:
position and direction

·
Problem
solving, reasoning and algebra

·
Geometry:
properties of shapes

Read and mark co-ordinates
in the first two quadrants; draw simple polygons using co-ordinates; translate
simple polygons by adding to and subtracting from the co-ordinates; reflect
simple shapes in the y axis or in a line, noting the effect on the co-ordinates;
translate simple shapes and note what happens to the co-ordinates; draw regular
and irregular 2D shapes using given dimensions and angles; use the properties
of 2D shapes, including rectangles, to derive related facts; identify 3D shapes
from 2D representations; create 3D shapes using 2D nets and draw 3D shapes

**Week 5**

·
Written
addition and subtraction

·
Problem
solving, reasoning and algebra

Add 5-digit numbers using
written column addition; subtract 5-digit numbers using written method
(decomposition); check answers to subtractions using written column addition;
solve subtractions of 4- and 5-digit numbers using written column subtraction
or number line counting up

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