The Elementary Teacher Edition includes animated Teaching Techniques for each lesson, with assessments.
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Number 
Read and write large numbers 
Statistics 
Range 
Number 
Identifying values 
Geometry and measures 
Naming 2D shapes 
Number 
Rounding whole numbers 
Geometry and measures 
Features of 3D shapes 
Number 
Rounding to decimal places 
Geometry and measures 
Know the terms 'face', 'edge' and 'vertex' 
Number 
Rounding to significant figures 
Geometry and measures 
Measuring angles using a protractor 
Number 
Rounding to estimation 
Geometry and measures 
Recognising types of angles 
Number 
Using an empty number line 
Geometry and measures 
Angles on a straight line 
Number 
Column addition and subtraction 
Geometry and measures 
Area and perimeter of a rectangle counting squares 
Number 
Multiply and divide by powers of 10, 100, and 1000 
Geometry and measures 
The net of a cube 
Number 
Standard methods for multiplication 
Geometry and measures 
Calculating time intervals 
Number 
Standard methods for division 
Geometry and measures 
Reading units on scales 
Number 
BODMAS 
Geometry and measures 
Units to estimate length, mass and capacity 
Number 
Divisibility tests 
Geometry and measures 
Identify lines of symmetry on 2D shapes 
Number 
Introducing negative numbers 


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Number 
Adding and subtracting decimals 
Geometry and measures 
Angles in a triangle 
Number 
Introducing inequality signs 
Geometry and measures 
Angles in quadrilaterals 
Number 
Ordering decimals 
Geometry and measures 
Translating a shape on a grid 
Geometry and measures 
Angles around a point 
Geometry and measures 
Symmetry 
Geometry and measures 
Tessellation 
Ratio, proportion and rates of change 
Scale drawings 
Geometry and measures 
Perimeter of a shape 
Statistics 
Mode 
Geometry and measures 
Choosing appropriate metric units for measuring 
Statistics 
Calculate Median 
Geometry and measures 
Identifying quadrilaterals 
Statistics 
Mean average 
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Lesson 
Topic 
Lesson 
Number 
Multiplying decimals 
Algebra 
Generate terms of a simple sequence using term to term rules 
Number 
Dividing decimals 
Algebra 
Generate terms of a pictorial sequence 
Number 
Recognise and use multiples 
Statistics 
Tally charts 
Number 
Factors 
Statistics 
Extract data and interpret discrete bar charts 
Number 
Prime numbers 
Statistics 
Construct simple bar charts 
Number 
Common multiples 
Statistics 
Dual bar charts 
Number 
Common factors 
Statistics 
Pictograms 
Number 
Knowing simple fraction, decimal and percentage equivalents 
Statistics 
Find range and mode from a bar chart 
Number 
Convert percentages to fractions out of 100 
Statistics 
Interpret simple pie charts 
Number 
Convert percentage to decimals 
Geometry and measures 
Labelling lines, angles, and triangles 
Number 
Convert terminating decimals to fractions 
Geometry and measures 
Area of squares and rectangles using the formula 
Number 
Calculate simple percentages 
Geometry and measures 
Use the formula for the area of a triangle 
Algebra 
Inputs and outputs of more complex functions expressed in words 
Geometry and measures 
Begin to estimate the size of angles 
Algebra 
Read values from straight line graphs 
Ratio, proportion and rates of change 
To identify fractions 
Algebra 
Drawing and plotting straight line graphs 
Ratio, proportion and rates of change 
Simple fraction, decimal and percentage equivalents 
Algebra 
Read and plot coordinates in all four quadrants 


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Number 
Multiply 3 digit by 2 digit numbers 
Geometry and measures 
Interior and exterior angles 
Number 
Adding and subtracting simple fractions 
Geometry and measures 
Vertically opposite angles 
Number 
Add and subtract from negatives 
Geometry and measures 
Solve simple problems with length and area 
Number 
Add and subtract integers from positive and negative numbers 
Geometry and measures 
Draw diagrams with lines of symmetry 
Number 
Inverse operations 
Geometry and measures 
Rotational symmetry 
Number 
Simplifying fractions 
Geometry and measures 
Identify the order of rotational symmetry 
Number 
Fractions of quantities and measurements 
Geometry and measures 
Solving problems using properties of triangles 
Number 
17.50% 
Geometry and measures 
Solving problems using properties of quadrilaterals 
Number 
Order fractions, decimals and percentages 
Ratio, proportion and rates of change 
Compare quantities using ratio 
Algebra 
Substitute positive integers into simple formulae 
Ratio, proportion and rates of change 
Convert between metric units 
Algebra 
Forming expressions from words 
Ratio, proportion and rates of change 
One number as a fraction of another 
Statistics 
Produce pie charts 
Ratio, proportion and rates of change 
Share quantities in a given ratio 
Statistics 
Compare distributions using range and median 
Ratio, proportion and rates of change 
Simplify ratio 
Statistics 
Calculate the mean from a frequency table 


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Number 
Multiply a fraction by an integer 
Geometry and measures 
Formulae for the volume of cube and a cuboid 
Number 
Learn fractional equivalents to key recurring decimals 
Geometry and measures 
Calculate the area of parallelograms 
Algebra 
use graphs to solve distancetime problems. 
Geometry and measures 
Parts of a circle 
Algebra 
Find the coordinates of points identified by geometrical information in 2D 
Ratio, proportion and rates of change 
Use a ratio to find one quantity when the other is known 
Algebra 
Begin to use linear expressions to describe the nth term 


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