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# Daily video lessons for primary age children

Created on 15 April 2020 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 03 June 2020 by ncetm_administrator

## Daily video lessons for primary age children

These short videos are intended to provide primary school pupils with interactive lessons while they are at home. Parents or teachers can choose how regularly they set them, but it is important that, within each batch, they are set in the suggested order. Most lessons are between 15 to 20 minutes long, each ending with suggested follow-up tasks. All lessons exemplify a teaching for mastery approach to maths. For each age group, a new batch of lessons is added here every week.

## Key Stage 1 - Multiplication

Multiplication - 1

• Lesson 1 Build the concept of units of 2 and count the number of groups of 2
• Lesson 2 Count in twos and count on from a multiple of 2
• Lesson 3 Build the concept of units of 10 and count in tens
• Lesson 4 Count on from a multiple of 10 and identify the number of tens in a multiple of 10
• Lesson 5 Build the concept of units of 5, count in fives and count on from a multiple of 5.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

Multiplication - 1

• Lesson 6 Introduction of money and the 1p coin
• Lesson 7 Introduction and comparison of 2p, 5p and 10p coins
• Lesson 8 Consider the value of 2p, 5p and 10p coins
• Lesson 9 Consider the value of a set of 2p coins
• Lesson 10 Consider the value of a set of 5p coins and a set of 10p coins.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

Multiplication - 1

• Lesson 11 Compare the value of sets of coins (different denominations)
• Lesson 12 Use coins within the context of a shop
• Lesson 13 Find the total amount by combining different coins
• Lesson 14 Find how many coins are needed to make a given value
• Lesson 15 Practise finding how many coins are needed to make a given values.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

Multiplication - 1 (concluded)

• Lesson 16 How many coins are needed to buy an item?
• Lesson 17 Further practice buying items with different value coins.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

Multiplication - 2

• Lesson 1 Unequal and equal groups
• Lesson 2 Practise working with equal and unequal groups
• Lesson 3 Redistributing from unequal to equal groups.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

Multiplication - 2

• Lesson 4 Consider the nature of ‘equal groups’ in more detail
• Lesson 5 Practice using the sentence: ‘There are __ groups of ___.’
• Lesson 6 The use of a repeated addition expression to represent equal groups
• Lesson 7 See a repeated addition expression first and then make groups to match
• Lesson 8 Think more deeply – does the representation match the expression?

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

Multiplication - 2

• Lesson 9 Introduction to the multiplication symbol
• Lesson 10 Matching repeated addition expressions to multiplication expressions
• Lesson 11 Matching multiplication expressions to images and contexts
• Lesson 12 Further reasoning about multiplication expressions
• Lesson 13 Multiplication contexts involving zero and one.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

## Lower Key Stage 2 - Fractions

Fractions - 1

• Lesson 1 Explore the whole and part relationship in familiar contexts, using area, linear and quantity models
• Lesson 2 Explore the whole and part relationship and generalise that a part is always smaller than the whole
• Lesson 3 Explore the concept of ‘equal’ and ‘unequal’ parts
• Lesson 4 Embed the concept of equal parts and unequal parts
• Lesson 5 Develop understanding that equal-sized parts do not have to look the same.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

Fractions - 1

• Lesson 6 Compare the size of parts when the whole is defined using familiar contexts
• Lesson 7 Explore that size of part is relative to the size of the whole using familiar contexts
• Lesson 8 Consider part-whole relationships within the context of quantity models
• Lesson 9 Build a whole when a part is known
• Lesson 10 Explore different contexts for building a whole when a part is known.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

Fractions - 2

• Lesson 1 Divide and describe the same whole when divided into differing numbers of equal parts
• Lesson 2 Understand fraction notation to represent a relationship between part and whole
• Lesson 3 Begin to use and understand the terms ‘numerator’ and ‘denominator’
• Lesson 4 Name unit fractions and match them with the fraction notation and a representation
• Lesson 5 Embed previous fraction work using a linear model.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

Fractions - 2

• Lesson 6 Assign unit fraction names and notation to 3D representations
• Lesson 7 Assign unit fraction names and notation to equal parts of quantities
• Lesson 8 Recognise and reasoning about unit fractions in a variety of contexts
• Lesson 9 Understand that equal parts can look different - area context
• Lesson 10 Understand that equal parts can look different - volume and area contexts.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

Fractions - 2

• Lesson 11 Compare unit fractions using a fraction wall
• Lesson 12 Reason about comparing unit fractions
• Lesson 13 Compare unit fractions in a measure’s context
• Lesson 14 Can we compare unit fractions of different wholes?
• Lesson 15 Construct a whole from a part and identify the fraction it represents.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

Fractions - 2

• Lesson 16 Build and compare different wholes from different unit fractions that have the same length
• Lesson 17 Build and compare different wholes from the same unit fractions that represent different lengths
• Lesson 18 Build and compare different wholes from different unit fractions that represent the same quantity
• Lesson 19 Build and compare different wholes from the same unit fractions that represent different quantities
• Lesson 20 Build and compare wholes when different unit fractions represent different amounts.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

## Upper Key Stage 2 - Fractions

• Lesson 1 Develop understanding of equivalent fractions through quantity, area and number line models
• Lesson 2 Develop understanding of equivalent fractions through measuring and pouring context
• Lesson 3 Use the relationship between the numerator and denominator to identify equivalent fractions
• Lesson 4 Scale the numerator and denominator by the same factor to produce equivalent fractions
• Lesson 5 Practise seeing both vertical and horizontal relationships in the context of equivalent fractions
• Lesson 6 Introduction to equivalent fractions for non-unit fractions.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

• Lesson 7 Using families of fractions, explore the relationship between numerators and denominators including non-unit fractions
• Lesson 8 Practise using both vertical and horizontal relationships in fractions to find missing numbers
• Lesson 9 Further practice using examples for children to deepen and consolidate learning
• Lesson 10 Revise the language of ‘factor’, ‘multiple’ and ‘common factor’
• Lesson 11 Introduction to simplifying fractions, using fractions that can be simplified to unit fractions.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

• Lesson 12 Express fractions in their simplest forms using the terms common factor and highest common factor
• Lesson 13 Simplify a fraction when the numerator is not the highest common factor
• Lesson 14 How to check whether a fraction is in its simplest form
• Lesson 15 Why do we simplify fractions?
• Lesson 16 Simplify fractions that are greater than 1.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

• Lesson 17 Expressing an improper fraction in its simplest form – method 2
• Lesson 18 Simplifying fractions after multiplying a fraction by a whole number
• Lesson 19 Further practice and application
• Lesson 20 Summary of the whole of the unit.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

## Upper Key Stage 2 - Number, Addition and Subtraction

• Lesson 1 Adjust addends, to make a calculation easier, keeping the sum the same
• Lesson 2 Extend ‘same sum’ strategy to the addition of larger numbers
• Lesson 3 Extend the ‘same sum’ strategy to calculations with decimal fractions
• Lesson 4 Extend the ‘same sum’ rule to balance equations.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

• Lesson 5 Balancing equations using the compensation property of addition and subtraction
• Lesson 6 Balancing equations noticing that the order of the addends is not important
• Lesson 7 If an addend is increased and the other is kept the same, the sum increases by the same amount
• Lesson 8 If one addend is decreased and the other is kept the same, the sum decreases by the same amount
• Lesson 9 Solve calculations mentally by relating them to known facts.

Below you'll find links to a YouTube playlist with these lesson videos and a Teacher Guidance document.

All these lessons have been planned collaboratively by the NCETM’s primary team and a group of Maths Hubs Mastery Specialists. Images and representations used come from the Primary Mastery Professional Development Materials elsewhere on this website.

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12 May 2020 14:29
Several of my parents have struggled to open video 2 of week 3 fractions for year 3/4. I tried it myself and it says unavailable video but after a few seconds it appears. Not sure why this is happening - all others have been fine.
12 May 2020 13:49
I am glad you are enjoying the lessons. Apologies for the discrepancy, these things happen and I hope you will forgive us. As you will have recognised a teacher sets the task and then another feeds back. The finalisation of these happen simultanoeosly annd it may be than an update by one teacher was missed.
12 May 2020 11:06
I am really enjoying these excellent videos however, there is a discrepancy between the Practice Activity at the end of Lesson 16 in the Upper KS2 lessons and the review at the beginning of Lesson 17. At the end of Lesson 16, the final calculation is a subtraction (32/20 - 12/20) yet in the review in Lesson 17 it is an addition.
24 April 2020 17:06
Now have upper KS2 quiz completed. Sorry for lateness in the week. Our school is currently a week behind as we've transitioned to these materials. Might be useful as a pre quiz before starting week 2.

Feel free to 'make a copy' for your own usage and change as you please. Have put in a folder with lower KS2 and KS1 will be in there soon.

23 April 2020 21:17
I have now made a quiz (Google Form) for Lower KS2 for all 5 lessons for week 1. I have made this un editable but there is question for you to enter your email and I can send you your own version to edit.

https://forms.gle/FnANp2b93DsKEtHC7

Hope this is of help. I'm planning to get other blocks completed as soon as I can.
23 April 2020 12:54
Wiht refernce to the comment above, Yes you are correct the word should have been 'part' and not 'whole', so apologies

Overall the narrative, text and images on the screen make the mathematics clear. Please forgive us and the teachers the odd slip!
23 April 2020 12:23
Could you check the first video for KS2 years 3 and 4 please. At approx 2mins 40secs I think he should say a different part NOT a different whole.

Many thanks
23 April 2020 07:36
THankyou Euan for sharing the google form, looks great. Would you mind if we shared this idea more widely?
21 April 2020 19:28
I have made a quick google forn to follow up the first KS1 lesson and I'm planning to make more and will share if it is useful and allowed.

Please copy the form into you own Google Drive first, as this version is open to editing and then do as you wish.

It doesn't replace the practise activities, but gives you a way of seeing who's attempted it and doesn't need a worksheet.
21 April 2020 16:01
We are unkikely to provide videos for Reception children. Hoever have a look here https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54450 I am producing a series of videos on how to support Reception and young children through the use of the CBeebies Numberblock programmes, which I have been involved in making. There are many of them on iplayer.
21 April 2020 15:55
We are unlikly to produce any videos on time. We are focusing on core concepts within the NC. Even if you feel your children have covered these concepts, I would recommend using them as they are likely to embed and secure key areas of maths that feed into other areas and allow your pupils to make good progress when they return to school
21 April 2020 14:15
I've been using the KS1 videos this week. The children have cracked on with the work. Thanks.
21 April 2020 10:35
Hi, I have been recommended these videos by our maths lead and they look great. As we do so much planning in advance can you let me know when the 'Time' videos will be up and running for Year 3. Many thanks for all your help and support.
20 April 2020 10:12
This looks great! I wonder if you will provide videos for reception class children? Thanks.
18 April 2020 02:39
We are aware of the loss of sound on the final video and will seek to address this on Monday
17 April 2020 22:04
We are aware of the loss of sound on the final video and will seek to address this on Monday
17 April 2020 21:01
The last video of the Y6 equivalent fractoins loses the sound after about 3 or 4 minutes in.
17 April 2020 17:01
I appreciate the comment re Y7. We do have to tag the videos to provide some guidance to teachers and parents as not everyone accesses them from the NCETM site. I agreein that the KS2 ones would be very valuable for your Y7s. Perhaps you could suggest them as revision of basic concepts while during this period of 'lockdown'.
17 April 2020 16:05
These are really great but I wonder if it is possible to have resources that are not specifically badged up for a key stage or year group? This material would be very useful for year 7 students with low prior attainment but it is not ideal to be giving them work clearly labelled for key stage 2. It is these students that I am finding it most difficult to source appropriate work for!
17 April 2020 16:01
Thank you for these videos, they're great. Please can you tell me your overview for the Year 2 or KS1 lessons for the rest of this term? This would be helpful so that I can coordinate my other planning to fit around these brilliant videos. Thanks