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

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