Collected below are a 24 interactive maths lessons, created by Intel, covering many areas of the KS1 and KS2 programme of study including number, statistics, shape & space and measure. They have also been added to the Primary Maths Resources section and sorted into the correct year group objective. The lessons include three elements - learn, test and review.

24 Hour Time 1. 24 hour time
To introduce the concept of digital (24 hour) time.
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Analogue time 2. Analogue time
An introduction to telling and reading time on an analogue watch.
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Data handling 3. Data handling
A basic introduction to tallying raw data and drawing up a bar graph.
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Addition 4. Addition
Introduce various methods of addition.
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3D shapes 5. Addition and subtraction of fractions
Addition and Subtraction of fractions.
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Common fractions 6. Common fractions
An introduction to common fractions.
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Decimal addition and subtraction 7. Decimal addition and subtraction
Addition and subtraction of fractions.
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Decimal fractions 8. Decimal fractions
An introduction to decimal fractions.
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Division 9. Division
An introduction to division.
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Factors 11. Factors
Introduce the concepts of factors.
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Integers 12. Integers
To introduce the concept of addition of positive and negative numbers.
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Introduction to integers 13. Introduction to integers
To introduce the concept of numbers less than zero.
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Multiples 14. Multiples
Introduction to Multiples as repeated Multiples.
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Multiplication 15. Multiplication
Introduction to multiplication as repeated addition.
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Number patterns 16. Number patterns
Receive an introduction to number patterns.
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Place value 17. Place value
Introduction to the place values of numbers.
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Prime and composite numbers 18. Prime and composite numbers
Identifying, testing for and listing prime numbers.
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Ratio 19. Ratio
Ratio is a comparison of two numbers by division.
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3D shapes 20. 3D shapes
Introducing 3D shapes and corresponding terminology.
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Area 21. Area
Discovering the formula for area of rectangular and square shapes.
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Perimeter 22. Perimeter
Discovering the formula for perimeter of rectangular and square shapes.
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Polygons 23. Polygons
An introduction to the properties of various polygons.
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Volume 24. Volume
An introduction to volume.
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