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## Sticky Knowledge Starters

Before our maths lessons, we do starters known as Sticky Knowledge Starters. The idea behind this is that each year group will recap objectives that have been taught previously. During Autumn term, children's sticky knowledge starters will be based on objectives that were covered the year before. Then as we move on to Spring term, children will cover the objectives taught during the Autumn term, and then starters during the Summer term are the things that were covered in Spring.

Below you can find out what starters your children will be looking at during each week in the current school year.

Year One

 Year 1 Autumn Spring Summer Week 1 – One More Week 1 – Place Value within 10 Week 1 – Addition (part/whole) Week 2 – One Less Week 2 – Place Value within 10 Week 2 – Subtraction (part/whole) Week 3 – Numbers to 20 Week 3 – Addition (part/whole model) Week 3 – Related number families Week 4 – Language of more and fewer Week 4 – Subtraction (part/whole model) Week 4 – Length Week 5 – Vocabulary around addition Week 5 – Related number families Week 5 – Height Week 6 – Vocabulary around subtraction Week 6 – Number bonds to 10 Week 6 – Counting in 2s Week 7 – Days of the week Week 7 – One more and one less Week 7 – Counting in 5s Week 8 – Find the number of items in two groups Week 8 – Shape Week 8 – Counting in 10s Week 9 – Counting irregular arrangements Week 9 – Addition/Subtraction Week 9 – Number bonds to 20 Week 10 – Counting irregular arrangements Week 10 – Number bonds to 10 Week 10 – Halves Week 11 – 2D shapes Week 11 – Count in 2s Week 11 – Quarters Week 12 – Numbers to 30 Week 12 – Halving Week 12 – Weight and Volume Week 13 – Days of the week Week 14 – Sequencing events in a day Week 15 – Number bonds to 10

Year Two

 Year 2 Autumn Spring Summer Week 1 – Counting in 2s Week 1 – Time (o’clock and half past) Week 1 – > < = using measures Week 2 – Counting in 10s Week 2 – Position/Direction - turns Week 2 – Statistics Week 3 – Counting in 5s Week 3 – Statistics Week 3 – Time Week 4 – One more and one less Week 4 – Fractions Week 4 - Money Week 5 – Money Week 5 – Money Week 5 – Fractions Week 6 – Time (o’clock and half past) Week 6 – Measure – volume/length/mass Week 6 - Measures Week 7 – 2D shape names Week 7 – Multiplication Week 7 – Position and direction Week 8 – 3D shape names Week 8 – Division Week 8 – 2D shape Week 9 – Language (equal to, more than, less than, fewer, most, least) Week 9 – 2D shapes Week 9 – 3D shape Week 10 – Statistics Week 10 –  3D shapes Week 10 - Multiplication Week 11 – Fractions (half of numbers and shapes) Week 11 – Time Week 11 - Division Week 12 – Fractions (quarter of numbers and shapes) Week 12 – Language of comparing Week 12 - Time Week 13 – Comparing lengths Week 14 – Comparing mass Week 15 – Comparing volume

Year Three

 Year 3 Autumn Spring Summer Week 1 – 2 times tables Week 1 – Written addition (expanded column method) Week 1 – Grid method Week 2 – 5 times tables Week 2 – Written subtraction (partitioning) Week 2 – Short division Week 3 – 10 times tables Week 3 – 3 times tables Week 3 – Written addition (expanded column method) Week 4 – Fractions of shapes Week 4 – 4 times tables Week 4 – Written subtraction (partitioning) Week 5 – Time Week 5 – 8 times tables Week 5 – 3, 4 and 8 times tables Week 6 – Money Week 6 – Fractions of a number Week 6 – Inverse for 3, 4 and 8 times tables Week 7 – Place Value (partitioning) Week 7 – Addition and subtraction inverse Week 7 – Fractions of a number Week 8 – Position and direction Week 8 – Properties of shape Week 8 – Perimeter Week 9 – Properties of shape Week 9 – multiplying by 10 Week 9 – Area Week 10 – Drawing lines to the nearest mm and cm Week 10 – dividing by 10 Week 10 – Grid Method Week 11 – Inverse (2 times tables) Week 11 – Fractions of shape Week 11 – Short division Week 12 – Inverse (10 times tables) Week 12 – Position and direction Week 12 - Statistics Week 13 – Inverse (5 times tables) Week 14 – Perimeter Week 15 – Area

Year Four

 Year 4 Autumn Spring Summer Week 1 – Adding fractions e.g 3/7 + ? = 1 Week 1 – 6 times table Week 1 – up to 12 x 12 multiplication and division facts Week 2 – Subtracting fractions Week 2 – 7 times table Week 2 – Grid method 3 by 1 Week 3 – Fractions of a number Week 3 – 9 times table Week 3 – Short division Week 4 – Written method for addition (expanded) Week 4 – Order and compare numbers Week 4 – Add and subtract fractions Week 5 – Written method for subtraction (partitioning) Week 5 – Roman Numerals Week 5 – Counting up in hundredths Week 6 – Time Week 6 – Rounding Week 6 – Counting down in hundredths Week 7 – Grid method (2 by 1) Week 7 – Multiples of 25 and 100 Week 7 – Time Week 8 – Short division Week 8 – Conversion of measures Week 8 – Decimal equivalents Week 9 – Perimeter and length Week 9 – 11 times tables Week 9 – Conversion of measures Week 10 – Shape Week 10 – 12 times tables Week 10 - Area Week 11 – Mass and Capacity Week 11 – Time Week 11 – Perimeter Week 12 – 3 times table Week 12 – Grid method (2 by 1) Week 12 – Fractions of a number Week 13 – 4 times tables Week 14 – 8 times tables Week 15 – Fractions of a number

Year Five

 Year 5 Autumn Spring Summer Week 1 – Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000 Week 1 – Short multiplication Week 1 – Square and Cubed Numbers Week 2 – Perimeter Week 2 – Fractions of amounts Week 2 – Long multiplication Week 3 – Equivalent fractions Week 3 – Square and Cube Numbers Week 3 – Equivalent fractions Week 4 – Short multiplication Week 4 – Prime Numbers Week 4 – Mixed numbers and improper fractions Week 5 – Fractions of amounts Week 5 – Multiplying and dividing whole numbers by 10, 100 and 1000 Week 5 – Multiplying fractions Week 6 – Decimal equivalents to tenths and hundredths Week 6 – Conversion of measures Week 6 – Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 Week 7 – Conversion of measures Week 7 – Perimeter of shapes Week 7 – Adding and subtracting with different denominators Week 8 – Multi-step problems Week 8 – Area of shapes Week 8 – Decimal equivalents Week 9 – Addition and subtraction Week 9 – Mixed numbers and improper fractions Week 9 – Fractions of amounts Week 10 – Timetables e.g. bus, train etc Week 10 – Multiplying fractions Week 10 – Short division Week 11 – Negative numbers Week 11 – Adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators Week 11 – Conversion of measures Week 12 – Rounding Week 12 – Round decimals Week 12 – Area and perimeter Week 13 – Prime Numbers Week 14 – Multiples and factors Week 15 – Roman Numerals

Year Six

 Year 6 Autumn Spring Summer Week 1 – Converting measures Week 1 – Missing angles Week 1 – Converting measures Week 2 – Properties of shapes Week 2 – Simplifying fractions Week 2 – Properties of shapes Week 3 – Decimals and percentages Week 3 – Adding and subtracting fractions Week 3 – Dividing fractions Week 4 – Position and direction Week 4 – Multiplying fractions Week 4 - Volume Week 5 - Statistics Week 5 – Dividing fractions Week 5 – Time Week 6 – Four operations Week 6 – Long division Week 6 - Percentages Week 7 – Multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000 Week 7 – Multiplying and dividing decimals Week 7 - Investigations Week 8 - Volume Week 8 – Position and direction Week 8 - Investigations Week 9 – Perimeter and Area Week 9 – Common factors, common multiples and prime numbers Week 9 - Investigations Week 10 – Long division Week 10 – Algebra Week 10 - Investigations Week 11 – Time Week 11 – Ratio Week 11 - Investigations Week 12 – Multiplying and dividing decimals Week 12 – Percentages Week 12 - Investigations Week 13 – Ratio Week 14 - Algebra Week 15 - Percentages