Patterns and Algebra
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* Assessment for the whole of Level 6
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6:00 Concept Dictionary - Patterns and Alg...
Teaching points extracted from worksheets showing the development of concepts from Patterns and Algebra from Year 0 to Year 6
6:01 Division patterns
Number patterns based on division strategies.
6:02 Patterns and rates
Completing a table of values and determining the rule for geometric patterns in everyday data. Using the rule to find the answer to word problems. Rates.
6:02E Square and triangular numbers
Exploring number patterns in square and triangular numbers. Finding the missing element in number sentences by recognising patterns. Using the rule to find an unknown number.
6:03 Order of operations
Completing a table of values based on rules with multiple operations. Calculating missing elements in simple number sentences using inverse operations. Finding the missing element in number sentences with multiple operations. Word problems.
6:04 Number patterns
Patterns using shapes, completing tables, discovering pattern rules, using the rule to complete a table.
6:05 Number patterns
Using a rule to complete a table, patterns involving numbers and shapes, finding the rule, substitution.
6:06 Number patterns
Using shapes to produce patterns, completing a table, finding the rule for a pattern, finding the 50th term.
6:06PT Progress test
Test of Patterns and algebra
6:07 Number patterns
Unusual number patterns, flow charts and number path, odd and even numbers, working mathematically.
6:08 Number patterns
Using a rule and backtracking to complete networks involving patterns.
6:08PT Progress test
Test of Patterns and algebra
6:AC New Maths Builder Texts
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6:ACC Year 6 Cover
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6:ACCC Contents: Year 6 Maths Builder text
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6:MG00E Answers: 6:MG27C-58 See 6:NA00D below...
The answers to the Year 6 Maths Builder text 6:MG27C-58
6:MG32 Plotting coordinates
Using grids, use the coordinates to draw and name the two shapes. Plot the points and join in order. Complete the shape drawn making it symmetrical. Write the coordinates of the other points used. Draw your own shape and list its coordinates. Complete the labelling on grids. Write the coordinates that were used to draw the black line of the picture. Redraw the picture on the larger grid. How many times bigger is Picture 2 in regard to length and area?
6:MG32C Position on a spreadsheet
Understanding and reading a spreadsheet using cell coordinates. Representing data using Excel spreadsheet. Answering questions about expenses from cells and totals column.
6:MG33 The number plane
Points on the number plane are written using 2 numbers.
6:MG33C Coordinates
Coordinates are sometimes written using numbers only. The reading on the horizontal axis is given first, then the reading on the vertical axis.
6:MG34 The number plane
Points on the number plane are written using 2 numbers.
6:MG34C Coordinates and maps
Name the country or city at the given coordinates. Find the best coordinates for finding the given countries or cities. Write the directions from given origins to given destinations.
6:MG35 The number plane extended
The number plane extended
6:NA00C Contents: Year 6 Maths Builder text
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6:NA00D Answers: 6:NA01-6:NA54C
The answers to the Year 6 Maths Builder text 6:NA01-6:NA54C
6:NA00E Answers: 6:NA55-6:NA93
The answers to the Year 6 Maths Builder text 6:NA55-6:NA93
6:NA19 Mixed operations
Use the rule to complete the mixed operations problems - brackets, multiplication/division, then addition/subtraction.
6:NA20 Order of operations
Use the rule to complete the mixed operations problems - brackets, multiplication/division, then addition/subtraction.
6:NA21 Using grouping symbols
Use grouping symbols to write a number sentence
6:NA21C Mixed operations
Extension page. Mixed operations, use rules. Use operations symbols to complete the number sentences.
6:NA84 Patterns
Geometric patterns are to be made, and drawn using parallelograms. The number of sides for each part of the pattern are counted and recorded. An addition path is to be found equal to 250 in a diagram.
6:NA85 Using patterns
Completing a table of values and determining the rule for geometric patterns in everyday data. Using the rule to find the answer to word problems. Rates.
6:NA85C Number patterns
Number patterns using addition, subtraction and skip counting of whole numbers, fractions and square numbers.
6:NA86 Number patterns
Patterns using shapes, completing tables, discovering pattern rules, using the rule to complete a table.
6:NA86C Number patterns
Using a rule to complete a table, patterns involving numbers and shapes, finding the rule, substitution.
6:NA87 Using patterns
Using shapes to produce patterns, completing a table, finding the rule for a pattern, finding the 50th term.
6:NA87C Number patterns
Completing tables of values for geometric patterns and for number patterns involving one operation and determining rules.
6:NA88 Patterns: fractions and decimals
Complete each pattern and determine the rule.
6:NA88C Patterns
Completing a table, writing the pattern rule used, drawing a graph using coordinates and the table, and drawing the next term in a pattern of shapes.
6:NA88S Number patterns
Unusual number patterns, flow charts and number path, odd and even numbers, working mathematically.
6:NA89 Mixed operations and patterns
Mixed operations problems. Find the missing number or symbol to make the number sentence true. Mixed operations with a calculator. Use a calculator to find the decimal for each fraction. Complete the fraction pattern then write the decimal pattern.
6:NA89C Order of operations
Completing a table of values based on rules with multiple operations. Calculating missing elements in simple number sentences using inverse operations. Finding the missing element in number sentences with multiple operations. Word problems.
6:NA89S Number patterns
Patterns involving fractions and decimals, writing a rule for continuing a pattern, continuing a pattern, solving number sentences.