Whole Numbers

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#### Level contents

- * Assessment for the whole of Level 5
- ** Assessment test answers
- *** Assessment test records
- 5:00 Concept Dictionary - Whole Numbers
- Teaching points extracted from worksheets showing the development of whole number concepts from Year 0 to Year 6
- 5:01 Numbers to 10 000
- Write the words as numerals and the numerals as words. Write the number before or after. Write the next even number. Make the largest/ smallest number etc. Use < or > to make each number sentence correct. Write numbers in ascending order.
- 5:01C Numbers to 10 000
- Use given digits to make largest/ smallest number. Make the second largest/ smallest number. Make the number closest to or lower/ higher than a given number. Make a number between given numbers. Make an algorithm < or > a given number.
- 5:01E Numbers to 10 000
- Extension page. Show a given number on a number line. Complete the timeline.
- 5:02 Numbers to 10 000
- Write the numbers represented by numeral expanders, abaci, Base 10 blocks and dots. Write the numbers given place values or place value chart. Expanded notation activities.
- 5:03 4-digit numbers
- Complete the counting patterns. Count on or back by 10s and 100s. What year will it be in 10/ 100 years time? What year was it 20/ 50 years ago? Round numbers to nearest 10, 100, 1000. Identify values of digits. Use given digits to make Largest/ smallest number etc.
- 5:03PT Progress test
- Test of Whole numbers
- 5:04 5-digit numbers
- Ten thousands on the numeral expander. Count by 1 000s and 10 000s. Use K to represent thousands.
- 5:05 5-digit numbers
- What is the value of digits in given 5-digit number. Write the number 1, 10, 100, 1000 more/ less. Write the number shown in dots or pop sticks on place value charts, or on numeral expanders, abaci or base 10 blocks.
- 5:05C 5-digit numbers
- Five-digit numbers, place value, the value of numbers within five-digit numbers, counting forward and backward by 1s, 10s and 100s, reading numbers written in words, writing the number before and after, rearranging digits to make other numbers.
- 5:06 Numbers to 99 999
- Write the numbers given in words into the place value chart. Use given digits to make largest/ smallest/ odd/ even etc numbers. Use < or > to make number sentences true. round car prices to nearest 1 000 or 10 000. Write in ascending order.
- 5:07 5-digit numbers
- Write the number represented by concrete material. Show number on abacus. Expand number. Add or subtract 100 or 1000 from each number.
- 5:07PT Progress test
- Test of Whole numbers
- 5:08 5-digit numbers
- Write numbers and identify numbers with given values. Write numbers into place value chart and identify the value of each 9. Ascending order, expanded notation and rounding to nearest 10 000.
- 5:08E Five-digit numbers
- Count on by 1s, 10s, 100s, 1000s, 10000s. Write the number 20, 200, 400 , more than given number, 50, 600, 2000 less than given number. Use given digits to make all possible numbers and place in ascending order, make smallest, largest etc. Research 10 000 in other countries.
- 5:09 Negative numbers
- Write each number using the minus sign. Match the negative number to its place on the number line. Complete the number line. Write the number between 2 numbers, or larger/ smaller than a given number. Order numbers.
- 5:09C Negative numbers
- Negative numbers, negative numbers on the number line, placing negative numbers in order, arranging numbers in order.
- 5:10 6-digit numbers
- One hundred thousand on the numeral expander. Match words and numerals. Colour value of house. Count by 100 000. How many $10/ $100 notes would make $100 000? Add 1, 10, 100, 1000 to 100 000
- 5:11 Roman numerals
- Introduce history and symbols for Roman numerals. Write our numeral for Roman numerals given. Write the Roman numeral for our numerals given. Practise subtracting smaller numeral when placed before a larger one.
- 5:11C Roman numerals
- Match the Roman numeral to the Hindu-Arabic numeral that has the same value. Complete the Roman numeral for each Hindu-Arabic numeral. Write our numeral for each Roman numeral. Write Roman numerals for the clock, the queen's title, the olympics questions.
- 5:11PT Progress test
- Test of Whole numbers
- 5:12 6-digit numbers
- Write the number before or after. Write the 6-digit number in words. Write the numbers in ascending/ descending order. Use > or < to make each number sentence true. Write the smallest/ largest possible number that has 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 digits. Match numbers after rounding to nearest 100 000.
- 5:12E 6-digit numbers
- Extension page. Use the 6 digits to make the largest/ smallest number etc. Order numbers. Write the value of given digits in decimal numbers. Write amounts given in full.
- 5:13 6-digit numbers
- 6-digit numbers, writing numbers in words, using numeral expanders, powers of numbers, numbers squared and cubed.
- 5:14 Numbers to 6 digits
- 6-digit number, calculator displays, expanded notations, number patterns
- 5:14PT Progress test
- Test of Whole numbers
- 5:AC New Maths Builder Texts
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- 5:ACC Year 5 Cover
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- 5:NA00C Contents: Year 5 Maths Builder text
- Contents
- 5:NA00D Answers: 5:NA01-5:NA40C
- The answers to the Year 5 Maths Builder text 5:5:NA01-5:NA40C
- 5:NA00E Answers: 5:NA41-5:NA75
- The answers to the Year 5 Maths Builder text 5:NA41-5:NA75
- 5:NA06 Multiples
- Write the first six multiples. Write two of these numbers that are multiples of both.
- 5:NA07 Factors and multiples
- Circle/ underline multiples of given numbers. Which multiple would come next? Which multiples share factors as given? State factors of a given multiple. Use grid to find factors. Use factoring to multiply by 10.
- 5:NA07C Factors and multiples
- Extension page. Make arrays using counters and write each multiplication fact found. Find the factors of given numbers. Given factors, find the multiples. Complete the table of multiples. Use a calculator to find the 17th multiple of given numbers. Match the circled number with its factors.
- 5:NA26 5-digit numbers
- Write numbers and identify numbers with given values. Write numbers into place value chart and identify the value of each 9. Ascending order, expanded notation and rounding to nearest 10 000.
- 5:NA26C Five-digit numbers
- Count on by 1s, 10s, 100s, 1000s, 10000s. Write the number 20, 200, 400 , more than given number, 50, 600, 2000 less than given number. Use given digits to make all possible numbers and place in ascending order, make smallest, largest etc. Research 10 000 in other countries.
- 5:NA27 6-digit numbers
- One hundred thousand on the numeral expander. Match words and numerals. Colour value of house. Count by 100 000. How many $10/ $100 notes would make $100 000? Add 1, 10, 100, 1000 to 100 000
- 5:NA27C 6-digit numbers
- Extension page. Use the 6 digits to make the largest/ smallest number etc. Order numbers. Write the value of given digits in decimal numbers. Write amounts given in full.
- 5:NA28 6-digit numbers
- Write the number before or after. Write the 6-digit number in words. Write the numbers in ascending/ descending order. Use > or < to make each number sentence true. Write the smallest/ largest possible number that has 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 digits. Match numbers after rounding to nearest 100 000.
- 5:NA28C 6-digit numbers
- 6-digit numbers, writing numbers in words, using numeral expanders, powers of numbers, numbers squared and cubed.
- 5:NA29 Numbers to 8 digits
- 8-digit number, calculator displays, expanded notations, number patterns
- 5:NA29C Numbers to 6 digits
- 6-digit number, calculator displays, expanded notations, number patterns
- 5:NA30 7- and 8-digit numbers
- Write the numeral for five million.
- 5:NA49 Roman numerals
- Introduce history and symbols for Roman numerals. Write our numeral for Roman numerals given. Write the Roman numeral for our numerals given. Practise subtracting smaller numeral when placed before a larger one.
- 5:NA49C Roman numerals
- Match the Roman numeral to the Hindu-Arabic numeral that has the same value. Complete the Roman numeral for each Hindu-Arabic numeral. Write our numeral for each Roman numeral. Write Roman numerals for the clock, the queen's title, the olympics questions.