

National
Numeracy Strategy 
National
Curriculum 
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Problem
1:Computer conundrum

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Add
1 to any integer. 
Ma2
2a count on from any 2 or 3digit number. 
Numb
numbers 
Read
and write whole numbers to at least 10,000 in figures and words,
and know what each digit represents. 
Ma2
2c read and write whole numbers, recognising that the position
of a digit gives it its value. 
Doubling
dilemmas

Derive
quickly addition doubles.

Ma2
3g double and halve any 2digit number.

Problem
2:Dottie's database 
Solve
a problem by interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and
diagrams including those generated by a computer. 
Ma3
1a select and use handling data skills when solving problems
in other areas of the curriculum;
2a
solve problems involving data

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Problem
1:Open sesame 
Recognise and extend number sequences formed by counting from
any number in steps of constant size. 
Ma2 2a recognise and continue number sequences formed by counting
on or back in steps of constant size from any integer. 
Problem
2:Symmetry power 
Sketch
the reflection of a simple shape in a mirror line parallel to
one side, where the lines of the pattern are parallel or perpendicular
to the mirror line. 
Ma3 1c approach spatial problems flexibly, including trying
alternative approaches to overcome difficulties;
3c
make and draw with increasing accuracy 2D patterns.
