Unit Days Pages Topic Objectives ICT Links Children will be taught to: 1 3 2-7 Counting, properties of Say number names in order to at least 100, from and back Maths Toolbox – numbers and to zero. counting stick INTROS number sequences Count reliably up to 100 objects by grouping them in 10s. Abacus – Number Count on or back in ones or tens from any two-digit Counter number. Easi-teach Counter Recognise two-digit multiples of 10. Ambleside Big Count Count in 100s from/back to 0. 2-4 15 8-15 Place value, ordering, Read and write whole numbers from 0 to 50 in figures and Abacus – place value estimating, rounding words. grid Know what each digit in a two-digit number represents including 0 as place holder. Numbers – ATM Say the number that is one or ten more/less than a given Developing Number two-digit number. Partition two-digit numbers into a multiple of 10 and ones. Maths Toolbox – Number 24-29 Understanding + and - Understand the operations of addition and subtraction; Facts INTROS recognise that addition can be done in any order but not subtraction. Ambleside Calculator 32-41 Mental calculation Use +, -, = signs to record mental calculations in a number strategies (+ and -) sentence. Complements – ATM Put the larger number first. Developing Number Count on or back in tens or ones. Add/subtract 9 or 11 by adding/subtracting 10 and adjusting by 1. 66-69 Money and ‘real life’ Identify near doubles, using doubles already known. problems Recognise all coins. Find totals. 60-61 Making decisions, Choose and use an appropriate number operation and checking results calculation strategy to solve simple word problems. Explain method orally. Record in number statement using +, - and = signs. Check sums by adding in a different order. 5-6 8 70-77 Measures, including Use and begin to read the vocabulary related to length and Maths Toolbox – Clocks problems time. INTROS Use units of time: second, minute, hour, day, week. Suggest suitable units to estimate or measure time. MathSphere Tangrams Estimate, measure then compare lengths using metres, recording as ‘3 and a bit metres’. Pips, Roamer Suggest suitable units and equipment. 80-83 Shape and space Use mathematical names for common 3-D and 2-D shapes. Carroll Diagrams, Venn Sort shapes and describe some of their features, e.g. Diagrams & Sorting 2D number of sides, corners, edges, faces. Shapes (DfES ICT Pack) Make and describe shapes, patterns or pictures using solid shapes and templates. 62-65 Reasoning about Use mathematical vocabulary to describe position. shapes Investigate general statements about shapes. 8 5 2-7 Counting, properties of Describe and extend number sequences. Ambleside numbers and number Count on and back in twos from zero or any small number. Multisequencer sequences Recognise odd, even numbers, and two digit multiples of 2 Maths Toolbox – 62-65 Reasoning about to 30. Counting Sticks INTROS numbers Solve mathematical problems/puzzles, recognise simple All About Number CD patterns and relationships and make predictions. Suggest ROM: Odds & Evens extensions. Ambleside Table Square 9 5 8-17 Place value, ordering, Place numbers on number line or 100 square. Maths Toolbox – Number estimating Use and begin to read the vocabulary of comparing and line/counting stick/grids ordering numbers, including ordinal numbers to 100. Easiteach – 100 grids 24-29 Understanding + and – Understand the operations of addition and subtraction and Ambleside Number 32-41 Mental calculation use and begin to read the related vocabulary. Squares strategies (+ and -) Use patterns similar calculations. Play Train (DfES ICT Find small difference, counting up. Pack) 66-69 Money and ‘real life’ Use £p notation. Ambleside Pyramid problems Choose and use appropriate number operation and Toy Shop (DfES ICT 60-61 Making decisions, calculation strategy to solve simple word problems. Pack) check results Explain method. 10- 10 46-51 Understanding x Understand multiplication as repeated addition. Use the Tables – ATM 11 related vocabulary. Developing Number Use x and = signs, and ? to stand for unknown number. Use known facts to carry out simple multiplication. Take Part (DfES ICT 54-57 Mental calculation Add and multiply mentally to solve simple word problems. Pack) strategies (x) Choose and use an appropriate number operation and 66-69 Money and ‘real life’ calculation strategy to solve simple word problems. problems Explain method orally. 58-61 Making decisions, Record in number statement, using x and = signs. check results Begin to recognise and find one half of shapes and small 20-23 Fractions objects. Recognise that two halves make one whole. 12- 10 70-79 Measures and time, Use a ruler to measure and draw lines to the nearest cm. Maths Toolbox – Clocks, 13 including problems Solve problems involving length or time. Abacus Clocks Order months of the year. Read time to hour on analogue or 12 hour digital clock. 90-93 Handling data Solve a problem by sorting, classifying and organising information in a list or simple table. Discuss and explain results.
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