Year 6

Unit 1

Number and Place Value

What will I say?

What will I hear?

Sentences and Vocabulary

Suggested Essential

Sentence Stems Vocabulary

and Generalised

Sentences

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Represent 7-digit numbers

Recognise the value of digits in 7-digit numbers Generalised sentence

Read 7-digit numbers in words and write using numerals including zero as a place holder 10 one hundred thousands equal 1 million

Read 7-digit numbers in numerals and write in words, including zero as a place holder

Identify and represent 7-digit numbers on a number line When comparing 7-digit numbers if the millions digit is la

Compare numbers up to 10,000,000 the number is larger

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Round whole numbers to different degrees of accuracy

Understand and use negative numbers when working in context, such as temperature

Calculate intervals across zero

er and Place Value Stem Sentence Essential Vocabulary to use

during the unit

What will I hear? What will I say?

million

10 _ equal 1 _ hundred thousands

100 _ equal 1 _ ten thousands

1000 _ equal 1 _ thousands

10,000 _ equal 1 _ hundreds

tens

A _ in the _ column is worth _ _ ones

exchange

_ is _ millions, _ one hundred thousands, _ten thousands, _thousands, digit

_hundreds, _ tens and _ ones columns

If there are no _ then there is a zero in the _ column value

position

_ millions, _hundred thousands, _ten thousands, _thousands, _hundreds, _ increase

tens and _ ones is __thousand, _ hundred and _ decrease

If there is a zero in the _ column there are no _ round

multiple

If the number is between _ million and _ million the millions digit is _ negative

If the millions digit is _ then the number is between _ million and _ million positive

zero

When comparing 7-digit numbers if the millions digits are the same..

arger then If the hundred thousand digits are the same..

If the ten thousands digits are the same...

If the thousands digits are the same...

If the hundreds digits are the same …

If the tens digits are the same…

If the __ digit is 5 or more, round up to the next multiple of __

If the __digit is 4 or less, round down to the nearest multiple of __

If the _ digit is 9 then the _ digit..

The further the negative number is from zero..

As you get closer to zero ..

If the subtrahend is greater than the minuend..

Words to use in this unit

million columns

hundred thousands value

ten thousands position

thousands increase

hundreds decrease

tens round

ones multiple

exchange negative

digit positive

zero

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million ones

tens digit

columns value

hundred thousands

ten thousands

thousands

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position round

multiple negative

positive zero

hundreds

exchange

increase

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decrease

regroup

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10 one hundred

thousands equal

1 million.

10 __ equal 1 _

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100 __ equal 1 _

1000 _ equal 1 _

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10,000 _ equal 1 _

A _ in the __

column is worth

_ __

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__ is

_ millions,

_ one hundred thousands,

_ ten thousands,

_ thousands,

_ hundreds,

_ tens and _ ones.

_ millions,

_hundred thousands,

_ten thousands,

_thousands,

_hundreds,

_ tens and _ ones is

_million, _ thousand,

_ hundred and _

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If there are no

_ then there is

a zero in the _

column.

If there is a zero in

the _ column there

are no _

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If the number is

between _ million

and _ million the

millions digit is _

If the millions

digit is _ then

the number is

between _ million

and _ million.

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When comparing

7-digit numbers if

the millions digit

is larger then the

number is larger.

When comparing

7-digit numbers if

the millions digits

are the same...

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If the hundred

thousands digits

are the same...

If the ten

thousands digits

are the same...

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If the thousands

digits are the

same...

If the hundreds

digits are the

same …

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If the tens digits

are the same…

If the __ digit is

5 or more, round

up to the next

multiple of __

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If the __digit is

4 or less, round

down to the

nearest multiple

of __

If the _ digit is 9

then the _ digit..

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The further the

negative number

is from zero...

As you get closer

to zero ...

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If the

subtrahend is

greater than the

minuend...

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