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Here are some photos to show off what our Maths lessons look like in Year 6.

 

We aim to deepen our learning through using concrete resources, draw images which display our understanding and finally, write it in abstract form. We love using this CPA (concrete, pictorial, abstract) approach as it allows us to make connections and supports use if we struggle to grasp a concept.

Picture 1 Back to basics in addition
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Picture 3 Using PV counters
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Picture 6 Using cuisenaire rods to understand the = sign
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Picture 9 Exploring square and cubed numbers
Picture 10 Exploring square and cubed numbers
Picture 11 Simplifying fractions using highest factors
Picture 12 Simplifying fractions using highest factors
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Picture 15 Simplifying fractions using highest factors
Picture 16 CPA with fractions
Picture 17 CPA with fractions
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Picture 20 Multiple representations of fractions
Picture 21 Comparing fractions using numicon
Picture 22 Multiple representations of fractions
Picture 23 Multiple representations of fractions
Picture 24 Multiple representations of fractions
Picture 25 Ordering fractions using base 10 and number lines
Picture 26 Ordering fractions using base 10 and number lines

Times Table Rockstars - improving our multiplication and division fluency

Times Table Rockstars - improving our multiplication and division fluency 1
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