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KS1

KS2

Collins New Primary Maths

Age 4-11

CP

AS

Pupil Books Engaging activities help pupils practise maths concepts and develop skills.

Children really grasp what they are trying to do in the activity, with child-friendly objectives clearly set out at the start of what they are learning.

Unit A1 Lesson 6

Number sequences • Recognise and extend number sequences 1 Copy and complete the number sequences. G a 6, 12, 18,

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b 9, 18, 27,

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c –36, –30,

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Go forward in 6s

Minor accidentgo back in 10s

2 Add 6 to each of these numbers. G a 42

b 64

c 72

d –12

e –60

f 66

d 99

e 54

f –90

Spaceship sighted! Go back in 5s

3 Add 9 to each of these numbers. G a 27

b –36

c –54

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1 Copy and complete the number sequences. G a 1, 7, 13,

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b 2, 11, 20,

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, –23, –14,

d 60,

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e 60,

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Blast off !

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Go forward in 9s

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2 Find your way back to the spaceship by following the G correct sequence on the footprints.

Go back in steps of 6

1 Choose a different starting number G each time and make 10 jumps.

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Go forward in 6s

Go back in steps of 9

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Jump forwards in: a 4s b 9s c 11s Jump backwards in: d 6s e 8s f 5s 2 Record each number in sequence. G

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Sample page from Pupil Book 5A

Three clear levels of differentiation ensure that all your pupils are provided with an appropriate level of challenge.

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