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National Curriculum: Number and Place Value - Year 4 - Articles


Created on 11 October 2013 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 08 March 2016 by ncetm_administrator
 

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Copyright © 1997 - 2012. University of Cambridge. All rights reserved. NRICH is part of the family of activities in the Millennium Mathematics Project.

A very brief history of number systems including Roman numerals and the concept of zero and place value.

The activities that teachers choose and the sorts of mathematical enquiries that take place around those activities are clarified. The mathematical tasks with which learners engage determine not only what substance they learn, but how they come to think about, develop, use, and make sense of mathematics.

Copyright © 1997 - 2012. University of Cambridge. All rights reserved. NRICH is part of the family of activities in the Millennium Mathematics Project.

Examples of different representations.

Copyright © 1997 - 2012. University of Cambridge. All rights reserved. NRICH is part of the family of activities in the Millennium Mathematics Project.

  • Newmarch, B. and Part, T. (2007) A range of examples of how to take some number work from the numbers we see in the world around us. Maths4life Number booklet.

This booklet provides teachers with ideas about how to teach Number. The aim is to examine teaching strategies, consider where learners have difficulties, and provide some activities to help overcome these; includes estimating, rounding, multiplication tables and problem solving.

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In this article, we are being really cross-curricular and looking at some of the ways that you can link mathematics into a topic on the Romans. If you are looking at this period of history, try some of the ideas. This will mean you can double up on the maths that you do during the day!

 

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