# Year 6

#### FREE maths resources for all

Year 6 Menu

## Year 6

In each unit you will find:

- A ‘What we are learning’ section which will guide you through the key areas of learning for this unit, and how best to help your child
- Videos for you and your child to watch
- Activities for you and your child to do together
- An extension activity to deepen your child’s understanding of this unit

#### Unit Content:

- Unit 1: We can find the difference between positive and negative numbers
- Unit 2: We understand decimal numbers with up to three places i.e. tenths, hundredths and thousandths and can round and order them
- Unit 3: We are revisiting how to multiply or divide numbers by 10, 100 or 1000
- Unit 4: We can use tables facts to work out other multiplication and division facts with decimals
- Unit 5: We can add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and decimals in our head
- Unit 6: We can identify the function (addition, subtraction, multiplication or division) that is applied when numbers are changed as a result of a calculation
- Unit 7: We can use a calculator to solve problems with more than one step We can use jottings to support our calculations
- Unit 8a: We can estimate and check calculations by approximating and using inverse operations
- Unit 8b: We can round numbers to any degree of accuracy
- Using Our Maths A
- Unit 9: We can add and subtract whole numbers and decimals using efficient written methods
- Unit 10a: We can multiply two-digit numbers by two-digit numbers using efficient written methods
- Unit 10b: We can multiply three-digit and four-digit numbers by two-digit numbers using efficient written methods
- Unit 10c: We can multiply three-digit decimal numbers by a one-digit number using the grid method
- Unit 10d: We can multiply numbers with decimals by a one-digit number using efficient written methods
- Unit 11a: We can divide whole numbers by a one-digit number using efficient written methods
- Unit 11b: We can divide whole numbers by two-digit numbers using efficient written methods
- Unit 11c: We can divide numbers with up to 2 decimal places by one-digit and two-digit numbers using efficient written methods
- Using Our Maths B
- Unit 12: We can calculate percentages of whole numbers
- Unit 13: We can solve problems involving more than one step We can explain the reason for our choice of method
- Unit 14: We understand what square numbers are and know the squares of numbers to 12 × 12 We can work out the squares of multiples of 10 We can work out the square roots of numbers up to 144
- Unit 15: We can read, write and understand numbers up to and over 1 million
- Using Our Maths C