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Year 3/4Welcome to our mixed age lesson by lesson overview for 2020-21. This has been designedto give schools a clear progression to follow in case a blended learning approach is needed.The overviews match learning in both year groups and look to match lessons where similarconcepts are being taught.In Year 3/4 we have followed the order of the Year 3/4 mixed age scheme for academic year2020/21. This is slightly different to the single age schemes but brings more opportunities tomatch skills and deliver a whole class input.We have taken into account potential lost learning during the lockdown period by adding inrecap lessons. These are indicated with anEach lesson will link to a video tutorial produced by one of our maths specialists whichcan be used in a variety of ways: at home if classes, local areas or everyone goes into lockdown in small groups during intervention sessions with TAs or learning assistants if splitting the class into single age groups on tablets to promote independent learning.All the videos are freely available and most of them are linked to a worksheet that will beavailable through the premium website. We will also make the non-voiced over PowerPointversion of the video available to use as a front of class teaching tool.Release dates – our videos and front of class PowerPoints will be released over the year inline with the single-age progression. Due to this, there may be points that the videos will notbe available for the mixed-age progression due to the change in order. However, allworksheets will be available for premium subscribers.If a video is available for one year group but not the other, this will be indicated on the mixedage progression in red by stating which year group videos to access e.g. Use Y4For those lessons that say ‘activity’, the activity will be explained through the video.Some lessons are consolidation lessons. These are in bold blue font. Consolidation lessons donot have videos or worksheets but give teachers an extra day to reinforce understanding.We have linked our lessons to the DFE ready to progress criteria to help you plan and seewhere to prioritise learning. All the codes that link the lessons are available on our single agelesson by lesson overviews.

Year 3/4 – Autumn TermLesson by lesson overview 2020/21Week107/09/20214/09/20321/09/20DayY3 TopicMonRepresent numbers to 100Represent numbers to 100TueTens and ones using addition100s 10s and 1sWedHundredsCount in 1000sThuNumbers to 1,000Numbers to 1,000FriNumbers to 1,000 on a place value gridRepresent numbers to 10,000 activityactivityMon100s, 10s and 1s (1)1000s 100s 10s and 1sTue100s, 10s and 1s (2)PartitioningWedNumber line to 100Number line to 1,000ThuNumber line to 1,000Number line to 10,000FriFind 1, 10, 100 more or lessFind 1, 10, 100 more or lessMonCompare objectsFind 1,000 more or lessTueCompare numbersCompare 4-digit numbersWedOrdering numbersOrder numbersThuCount in 50sCount in 25sFriRoman Numerals (Use Y4)Roman NumeralsMon428/09/20Y4 TopicTueWedThuFriRound to the nearest 10During this week, teachers maydecide to recap previous placevalue content or teach Y4 contentto all children. Year 3 will repeat thiscontent next year in Year 4Round to the nearest 100Round to the nearest 1,000Introducing negative numbers activityNegative numbers Copyright White Rose Maths 2020

Year 3/4 – Autumn TermLesson by lesson overview 2020/21Week505/10/20DayAdd and subtract multiples of 100Add and subtract multiples of 100TueAdd and subtract 100sAdd and subtract 100sWedSpot the pattern - making it edThuFriMon802/11/20Y4 TopicMonFri6Y3 TopicTueAdd and subtract 3-digit and 1-digitnumbers - not crossing 10Add 3-digit and 1-digit numbers crossing 10Add and subtract 3-digit and 2-digitnumbers - not crossing 100Add 3-digit and 2-digit - cross 100Add and subtract 1s, 10s, 100s and1,000sAdd two 3-digit numbers –not crossing 10 or 100Add two 4-digit numbers –no exchangeAdd 3-digit and 2-digit- cross 100Add two 3-digits cross 10 or 100Add 2-digit and 3-digit numbers Add two 4-digit numbers - onecrossing 10 or 100exchangeAdd two 3-digit numbers - not crossing Add two 4-digit numbers - more than10 or 100one exchangeAdd two 3-digit numbers - crossing 10Consolidation of additionor 100Subtract a 1-digit number from a 3-digit Subtract a 3-digit number from a 3number - crossing 10digit number - no exchangeSubtract a 2-digit from a 2-digitSubtract two 4-digit numbers - no- crossing 10exchangeSubtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit Subtract a 3-digit number from anumber - crossing 1003-digit number - exchangeSubtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit Subtract two 4-digit numbers - onenumber - crossing 10 or 100exchangeSubtract a 3-digit number from a 3-digit Subtract two 4-digit numbers - morenumber - no exchangethan one exchangeSubtract a 3-digit number from a 3-digitConsolidation of subtractionnumber - exchangeMixed addition and subtractionEfficient SubtractionproblemsWedEstimate answers to calculationsEstimate answersThuCheck answersChecking strategiesFriMini-assessmentMini-assessment Copyright White Rose Maths 2020

Year 3/4 – Autumn TermLesson by lesson overview 2020/21WeekDayY3 TopicY4 TopicMonMultiplication- equal groupsMultiplication- equal groups9TueUsing arraysUsing arraysWed2 times-table2 times-table09/11/20Thu5 times-table5 times-tableFri10 times-table10 times-tableMonMake equal groups - sharingMultiply by 1010TueMake equal groups - groupingMultiply by 100WedDivide by 2Divide by 1016/11/20ThuDivide by 5Divide by 100FriDivide by 10Multiply by 1 and 0MonMultiply by 3Divide by 1 and itself11TueDivide by 3Multiply and divide by 3WedThe 3 times-tableThe 3 times-table23/11/20ThuMultiply by 4Multiply and divide by 6FriDivide by 46 times-table and division factsMonThe 4 times-tableMultiply and divide by 9TueMultiply by 89 times-table and division factsWedDivide by 8Multiply and divide by 7ThuThe 8 times-table7 times-table and division factsFriMini assessmentMini ion week. Use this week to recap and consolidate learning fromthis term. For additional challenge – check out our problems of the day.Activity week. This week we will be providing some themed activities linkingto the learning from this term. Copyright White Rose Maths 2020

Year 3/4 – Spring TermLesson by lesson overview Y3 TopicY4 TopicMonConsolidate 2, 4 and 8 times-tables11 and 12 times-tableTueComparing statementsMultiply 3 numbersWedRelated calculationsFactor pairsThuMultiply 2-digits by 1-digit - noexchange - activityEfficient multiplicationFriMultiply 2-digits by 1-digit (1)Written methodsMonMultiply 2-digits by 1-digit - exchange activityMultiply 2-digits by 1-digitTueMultiply 2-digits by 1-digit (2)Multiply 2-digits by 1-digitWedScalingMultiply 3-digits by 1-digitThuDivide 2-digits by 1-digit (1)Divide 2-digits by 1-digitFriDivide 2-digits by 1-digit (2)Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (1)MonDivide 100 into 2, 4, 5 and 10 equalparts - activityDivide 2-digits by 1-digitTueDivide with remainders activityDivide 2-digits by 1-digit (2)WedDivide 2-digits by 1-digit (3)Divide 3-digits by 1-digitThuHow many ways?Correspondence lent lengths (m and cm)Equivalent lengths (m and cm)TueEquivalent lengths (mm and cm)Equivalent lengths (mm and cm)WedMeasure lengthKilometresThuMeasure length (m)What is area? Counting squaresFriCompare lengthsMaking shapes Copyright White Rose Maths 2020

Year 3/4 – Spring TermLesson by lesson overview Y3 TopicY4 TopicMonCompare lengthsComparing areaTueAdd lengthsAdd lengthsWedSubtract lengthsSubtract lengthsThuWhat is perimeter? ActivityMeasure perimeterFriMeasure perimeterPerimeter on a gridMonCalculate perimeterPerimeter of a rectangleTueCalculate perimeterPerimeter of rectilinear shapesWedMini-assessmentMini-assessmentThuUnit fractionsUnit and non-unit fractionsFriNon-unit fractionsWhat is a fraction?MonTenthsTenthsTueCount in tenthsCount in tenthsWedEquivalence of a half and2 quartersEquivalent fractions (1)ThuEquivalent fractions (1)Equivalent fractions (2)FriEquivalent fractions (2)Equivalent fractions (1)MonEquivalent fractions (3)Equivalent fractions (2)TueCount in fractionsFractions greater than 1WedFractions on a number lineCount in fractionsThuAdd fractionsAdd fractionsFriMaking the wholeAdd 2 or more fractions Copyright White Rose Maths 2020

Year 3/4 – Spring TermLesson by lesson overview 2020/21Week908/03/211015/03/21Day22/03/21Subtract fractionsSubtract fractionsTueCompare fractionsSubtract 2 fractionsWedOrder fractionsSubtract from whole amountsThuFractions of a set of objects (1)Fractions of a set of objects (1)FriFractions of a set of objects (2)Fractions of a set of objects (2)MonFractions of a set of objects (3)Calculate fractions of a quantityTueConsolidation of FractionsProblem solving - calculate 3/21Consolidation of FractionsTenths and hundredths activityRecognise tenths and hundredthsMonTenths as decimals (Use Y4)Tenths as decimalsTueTenths on a place value grid (Use Y4)Tenths on a place value gridWedTenths on a number line (Use Y4)Tenths on a number lineThuFri12Y4 TopicMonFri11Y3 TopicConsolidation- time to consolidate thelearning from the termDivide 1-digit by 10Divide 2-digits by 10MonHundredthsTueHundredths as decimalsWedThuFriActivity week- This week we will beproviding some themed activities linking Hundredths on a place value gridto the learning from this term.Divide 1 or 2-digits by 100Mini-assessment Copyright White Rose Maths 2020

Year 3/4 – Summer TermLesson by lesson overview 2020/21WeekDayY3 TopicY4 TopicMonMeasure mass (1)Bonds to 10 and 100TueMeasure mass (2)Make a wholeWedCompare massWrite decimals activityThuAdd and subtract massWrite decimalsFriMeasure capacity (1)Compare decimalsMonMeasure capacity (2)Order decimalsTueCompare capacityRound decimals activityWedAdd and subtract capacityRound decimalsThuTemperatureHalves and quartersFriMini-assessmentMini-assessmentMonCount money – pencePounds and penceTueCount money – poundsOrdering moneyWedPounds and penceEstimating moneyThuConvert pounds and penceConvert pounds and penceFriAdd moneyAdd moneyMonBank holidayBank holidayTueSubtract moneySubtract money4WedGive changeFind change03/05/21ThuWorking with money activity (Use Y4)Four 21219/04/21326/04/21 Copyright White Rose Maths 2020

Year 3/4 – Summer TermLesson by lesson overview 2020/21WeekDayY3 TopicY4 TopicMonSymmetry activity5TueHorizontal and vertical10/05/21ThuComplete a symmetric figureFriMini-assessmentWedConsolidation weekLines of symmetryMonO’clock and half pastDescribe position6TueQuarter past and quarter toDraw on a gridWedMonths and yearsMove on a grid17/05/21ThuHours in a dayDescribe movement on a gridFriTelling time to 5 minutesMini-assessmentMonTelling the time to 5 minutesTelling the time to 5 minutes7TueTelling the time to the nearest minuteTelling the time to the minuteWedUsing a.m. and p.m.Using a.m. and p.m.24/05/21Thu24-hour clock24-hour clockFriFinding the durationHours, minutes and secondsMonComparing durationsYears, months, weeks and daysTueStart and end timesAnalogue to digital – activityWedMeasuring time in secondsAnalogue to digital – 12 hourThuProblem solving with timeAnalogue to digital – 24 hourFriMini-assessmentMini-assessmentMonInterpret pictogramsInterpret chartsTueDraw bar charts – activityComparison, sum and differenceWedBar chartsIntroducing line graphsThuTablesLine 4/06/21 Copyright White Rose Maths 2020

Year 3/4 – Summer TermLesson by lesson overview 2020/21Week1021/06/211128/06/21DayY3 TopicY4 TopicMonTurns and anglesTurns and anglesTueRight angles in shapesRight angles in shapesWedCompare anglesCompare anglesThuDraw accuratelyIdentify anglesFriHorizontal and verticalCompare and order anglesMonParallel and perpendicularTriangles activityTueRecognise and describe 2-D shapesTrianglesWedRecognise and describe 3-D shapesQuadrilaterals activityThuMake 3-D entMon1205/06/21TueWedConsolidation weekThuFriMonTue1312/07/21WedActivity week. This week we will be providing some themed activities linked tothe learning from this term.ThuFri Copyright White Rose Maths 2020

Add 3-digit and 1-digit numbers - crossing 10 Add two 4-digit numbers – no exchange 6 12/10/20 Mon Add and subtract 3-digit and 2-digit numbers - not crossing 100 Add 3-digit and 2-digit- cross 100 Tue Add 3-digit and 2-digit - cross 100 Add two 3-digits cross 10 or 100 Wed Add 2-digit and 3-digit numbers - crossing 10 or

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