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# Blog posts for: Number & place value

## Number & place value in Year 5 (age 9–10)

In Year 5, your child will know numbers up to 1,000,000, and Roman numerals up to 1000 (M). Help your child at home with our activities and advice.

## Number & place value

Understanding what numbers mean is essential for learning maths. Find out how your child will learn at primary school – and how you can help at home.

## Number & place value in Year 2 (age 6–7)

In Year 2, your child will order numbers from 1 to 100, and will know the place value of two-digit numbers. Help at home with our activities and advice.

## Number & place value in Year 6 (age 10–11)

In Year 6, your child will know numbers up to 10,000,000 and will round integers to any degree of accuracy. Help at home with our advice and activities.

## Number & place value in Year 1 (age 5–6)

In Year 1, your child will learn to count up to and slightly beyond 100 in multiples of 1, 2, 5, and 10. Help at home with our activities and advice.

## Number & place value in Year 4 (age 8–9)

In Year 4, your child will use negative numbers, will round numbers, and will learn Roman numerals. Help at home with our advice and activities.

## Fun maths games and activities

Have fun practising your maths skills with these games, activity sheets, and videos.

## Number & place value in Year 3 (age 7–8)

In Year 3, your child will start to work with bigger numbers, all the way up to 1000. Find out how to help at home with our advice and activities.

## Teaching number bonds (without any screens)

Lots of schoolwork is being set online at the moment. Here is one example from education expert James Clements of teaching maths skills without a screen.

## Oxford Primary Illustrated Maths Dictionary: Answer sheet

Answers to the Oxford Primary Illustrated Maths Dictionary activity sheets.

## Numicon at Home Kit Activity Book (Key Stage 1)

Numicon | Age 5–7
Enjoy learning about numbers, pattern and calculating with this downloadable activity book, for use alongside the 1st Steps with Numicon at Home Kit. [Large file, 29 pages]

## Printable Numicon shapes

Don’t have Numicon shapes at home? Download, print, and cut out these free Numicon shapes.

## Bond SATs Skills: Numbers (age 10–11 | Unit 7)

Practise your number and place value skills.

## Bond SATs Skills: Arithmetic (age 10–11 | Unit 1)

Practise your number and place value skills.

## Maths in School booklet: Counting

Find out how children are taught to count and use these games and activities at home to build your child’s skills and confidence.

## Drag and drop place value

Drag and drop to make the biggest number you can.

## Decimals and money

Practise rounding sums of moneys and converting measurements containing decimals.

## Problem solving: Two-step problems

How much would it cost?

## Writing numbers

Practise writing numbers.

## Doubling numbers

Draw double the number of legs on each alien.

## Times tables match

Practise times tables.

## Times tables sort

Practise the 7 and 12 times tables.

## Numicon: Train dominoes

Year 2 | Age 6–7
Understand that ‘equivalence’ means ‘equal value’.

## Numicon: Running track

Year 3 | Age 7–8
Look for and recognise patterns in numbers.

## Numicon: Charity fundraising

Year 5 | Age 9–10
Practise making, reading, and saying numbers in the millions.

## Number words

Match the numbers to the words.

## Counting coins

Practise money skills.

## Negative numbers

Order the numbers from smallest to largest.