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Four Rules of Maths In seven stages. Four Rules Addition Addition Subtraction Subtraction Multiplication Multiplication division division.

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1 Four Rules of Maths In seven stages

2 Four Rules Addition Addition Subtraction Subtraction Multiplication Multiplication division division

3 Addition Stage 1 (Reception) Practical activities and discussions Practical activities and discussions Finding one more than a number from 1 to 10 Finding one more than a number from 1 to 10 Using vocabulary associated with addition Using vocabulary associated with addition

4 Addition Stage 2 (Year 1) Begin to use the + and = sign to record mental calculations Begin to use the + and = sign to record mental calculations Know by heart all number bonds to 10 Know by heart all number bonds to 10 Use knowledge to know that addition can be done in any order to do mental calculations more efficiently Use knowledge to know that addition can be done in any order to do mental calculations more efficiently

5 Addition Stage 3 (Year 2 ) Adding three single digit numbers mentally Adding three single digit numbers mentally Know by heart all number bonds to 20 Know by heart all number bonds to 20 Use +and = to record mental calculations Use +and = to record mental calculations Use number line to make informal jottings Use number line to make informal jottings Use partitioning to reflect mental methods = Use partitioning to reflect mental methods =

6 Addition Stage 4 (Year 3) Using informal pencil and paper methods (jottings) and introducing vertical addition Using informal pencil and paper methods (jottings) and introducing vertical addition Adding TU and TU, moving into HTU using jottings (most significant digit first) Adding TU and TU, moving into HTU using jottings (most significant digit first)

7 Addition Stage 5 (Year 4) Vertical format least significant digit first extends to bigger numbers Vertical format least significant digit first extends to bigger numbers

8 Addition Stage 6 (Year 5) Children using the compact layout, involving carrying Children using the compact layout, involving carrying Extending to decimals Extending to decimals

9 Addition Stage 7 (Year 6) Compact addition using carrying for thousands, hundreds, tens and units, and decimals Compact addition using carrying for thousands, hundreds, tens and units, and decimals Consolidation of Stage 6 Consolidation of Stage 6

10 Subtraction Stage 1 (Reception) Practical activities and discussion Practical activities and discussion Finding one less than a number from 1 to 10 Finding one less than a number from 1 to 10 Begin to relate subtraction to taking away Begin to relate subtraction to taking away

11 Subtraction Stage 2 (Year 1) Begin to use the - and = sign to record mental calculations Begin to use the - and = sign to record mental calculations Know by heart all subtraction facts to 10 Know by heart all subtraction facts to 10

12 Subtraction Stage 3 (Year 2 ) Know by heart all subtraction facts to 20 Know by heart all subtraction facts to 20

13 Subtraction Stage 4 (Year 3) Using informal pencil and paper methods (jottings) Using informal pencil and paper methods (jottings) Use a number line to record complimentary addition Use a number line to record complimentary addition 84 – = =

14 Subtraction Stage 5 (Year 4)

15 Subtraction Stage 5 (Year 4) Cont……

16 Subtraction Stage 6 (Year 5) Decomposition extended to decimals and larger numbers Decomposition extended to decimals and larger numbers Contracted recording at decomposition Contracted recording at decomposition

17 Subtraction Stage 7 (Year 6) Consolidation of stage 5 Consolidation of stage 5 Contracted recording of decimals Contracted recording of decimals

18 Multiplication Stage 1 (Reception) Working at a practical level to gain experience of doubling and become familiar with the appropriate language Working at a practical level to gain experience of doubling and become familiar with the appropriate language

19 Multiplication Stage 2 (Year 1) Know by heart addition doubles to at least 5 Know by heart addition doubles to at least 5

20 Multiplication Stage 3 (Year 2) Understand multiplication as repeated addition Understand multiplication as repeated addition Know by heart the multiplication facts for the 10 and 2 multiplication tables Know by heart the multiplication facts for the 10 and 2 multiplication tables

21 Multiplication Stage 4 (Year 3) Mental methods using partitioning Mental methods using partitioning 38 x 7 = (30 x 7) + (8 x 7) 38 x 7 = (30 x 7) + (8 x 7) Introduction of grid layout to show expanded working out Introduction of grid layout to show expanded working out Know by heart the multiplication facts for the 10, 2, 5, 3 and 4 times tables Know by heart the multiplication facts for the 10, 2, 5, 3 and 4 times tables x

22 Multiplication Stage 5 (Year 4) Grid method extended to bigger numbers Grid method extended to bigger numbers 56 x x 27 Know by heart the multiplication facts up to 10 x 10 Know by heart the multiplication facts up to 10 x 10 x

23 Multiplication Stage 6 (Year 5) Grid method extended to bigger numbers and decimals Grid method extended to bigger numbers and decimals 23.5 x x 12 x

24 Multiplication Stage 6 (Year 5) Cont……………. Introduction of vertical format linked to grid method Introduction of vertical format linked to grid method x 7 x (30 x 7) 210 (30 x 7) + 56 ( 8 x 7) + 56 ( 8 x 7) Vertical format using decimals and larger numbers Vertical format using decimals and larger numbers

25 Multiplication Stage 7 (Year 6) Consolidation of stage 6 Consolidation of stage 6 Contracted vertical multiplication, e.g. Contracted vertical multiplication, e.g X 7 X

26 Division Stage 1 (Reception) Working at a practical level to gain experience of sharing and become familiar with the appropriate language Working at a practical level to gain experience of sharing and become familiar with the appropriate language

27 Division Stage 2 (Year 1) Separate a given number of objects into equal groups and record results informally Separate a given number of objects into equal groups and record results informally

28 Division Stage 3 (Year 2) Understanding division as grouping, repeated subtraction or sharing, and recording informally Understanding division as grouping, repeated subtraction or sharing, and recording informally

29 Division Stage 4 (Year 3) Use the ÷ and = signs, recording horizontally Use the ÷ and = signs, recording horizontally

30 Division Stage 5 (Year 4) Begin to use standard written methods, e.g. 96 ÷ 6 Begin to use standard written methods, e.g. 96 ÷ (6 x 10) - 60 (6 x 10) (6 x 6) (6 x 6)

31 Division Stage 6 (Year 5) Use standard written methods using multiples of 10, e.g. 196 ÷ 6 Use standard written methods using multiples of 10, e.g. 196 ÷ (6 x 30) (6 x 30) (6 x 2) (6 x 2) remainder remainder 4

32 Division Stage 7 (Year 6) Consolidation of stage 6 Consolidation of stage 6 Contraction of formal method Contraction of formal method remainder remainder 4


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