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YEAR 3

Block 3A - Counting, partitioning and calculating

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 3B - Securing number facts, understanding shape

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Block 3C - Handling data and measures

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 3D - Calculating, measuring and understanding shape

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 3E - Securing number facts, calculation and relationships

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YEAR 4

Block 4A - Counting, partitioning and calculating

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 4B - Securing number facts, understanding shape

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 4C - Handling data and measures

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 4D - Calculating, measuring and understanding shape

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 4E - Securing number facts, calculation and relationships

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

YEAR 5

Block 5A - Counting, partitioning and calculating

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 5B - Securing number facts, understanding shape

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 5C - Handling data and measures

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 5D - Calculating, measuring and understanding shape

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 6C - Handling data and measures

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 6D - Calculating, measuring and understanding shape

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 6E - Securing number facts, calculation and relationships

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Block 5E - Securing number facts, calculation and relationships

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YEAR 6

Block 6A - Counting, partitioning and calculating

Unit 1           Unit 2          Unit 3

Block 6B - Securing number facts, understanding shape

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Interpret a reading that lies between two unnumbered divisions on a scale.

Here are a pencil sharpener, a key and an eraser.

What is the length of the key?    

Give your answer in millimetres.

The diagram shows the volume of water in two measuring jugs.

Which jug contains more water, A or B?    


How much more does it contain?    


Explain how you worked it out.


I can read scales as accurately as a problem requires.   I can compare readings from different scales. (L5)




Here is a drawing of a model car.

What is the length of the model?    


Give your answer in centimetres, correct to one decimal place.


On this scale, the arrow (↑) shows the weight of a pineapple.

Here is a different scale.    


Mark with an arrow the weight of the same pineapple.

I can read scales as accurately as a problem requires.   I can compare readings from different scales. (L5)

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Springboard 6: Lesson 16 & 18

MATHEMATICS CHALLENGES - PUZZLES AND PROBLEMS > n/a
Year 2006          
PAPER A          N/A                             
PAPER B          Q5-L3, Q17-L4, Q18-L5, Q22-L5

Year 2007          
PAPER A          Q7-L3, Q8-L3, Q13-L4               PAPER B          Q15-L4

6D-7 > Read and interpret scales on a range of measuring instruments, recognising that the measurement made is approximate and recording results to a required degree of accuracy; compare readings on different scales, for example when using different instruments.

Solve problems by measuring, estimating and calculating; measure and calculate using imperial units still in everyday use; know their approximate metric values. (End-of-year expectation)

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» Choose and use appropriate units of measurements (L4)
» Interpret, with appropriate accuracy, numbers on a range of measuring instruments (L4)
» Read and interpret scales on a range of measuring instruments, explaining what each labelled division  represents (L5)