###### January 21, 2014

### Maths: Year 2 topics

Below are a list of maths topics that you can expect your child to learn in year 2:

**Counting and number patterns**

- Counting review – 0 to 10
- Counting review – up to 20
- Counting tens and ones – up to 30
- Counting – up to 30
- Counting – up to 100
- Counting tens and ones – up to 99
- Skip-counting – with pictures
- Counting by twos, fives and tens – up to 100
- Counting forward and backward
- Number lines – up to 100
- Hundred chart
- Number lines – up to 1,000
- Even and odd: counting objects
- Identifying even and odd numbers
- Which even or odd number comes before or after?
- Skip-counting patterns – with tables
- Sequences – count up and down by 1, 2, 3, 5 and 10
- Sequences – count up and down by 100
- Ordinal numbers
- Writing numbers in words
- Roman numerals I, V, X

**Addition**

- Addition with pictures – sums to 10
- Addition sentences – sums to 10
- Addition word problems – sums to 10
- Word problems – write the addition sentence
- Ways to make a number using addition
- Ways to make a number – addition sentences
- Adding zero
- Adding doubles
- Addition facts – sums to 10
- Addition facts – sums to 18
- Addition word problems – sums to 18
- Complete the addition sentence
- Adding three numbers
- Word problems – adding three numbers
- Related addition facts
- Addition facts – sums to 20
- Add tens I
- Add tens II
- Add a one-digit number to a two-digit number – without regrouping
- Add a one-digit number to a two-digit number – with regrouping
- Add two two-digit numbers – without regrouping
- Add two two-digit numbers – with regrouping
- Addition word problems – up to two digits

**Addition – skill builders**

- Adding 0
- Adding 1
- Adding 2
- Adding 3
- Adding 4
- Adding 5
- Adding 6
- Adding 7
- Adding 8
- Adding 9

**Subtraction**

- Subtraction with pictures – numbers up to 10
- Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 10
- Subtraction word problems – one-digit numbers
- Word problems – write the subtraction sentence
- Ways to make a number using subtraction
- Ways to make a number – subtraction sentences
- Ways to subtract from a number – subtraction sentences
- Subtracting zero and all
- Subtracting doubles
- Subtraction facts – numbers up to 10
- Subtraction facts – numbers up to 18
- Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 18
- Complete the subtraction sentence
- Related subtraction facts
- Subtract tens I
- Subtract tens II
- Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – without regrouping
- Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number – with regrouping
- Subtract two two-digit numbers – without regrouping
- Subtract two two-digit numbers – with regrouping
- Subtraction word problems – up to two digits

**Subtraction – skill builders**

- Subtracting 0
- Subtracting 1
- Subtracting 2
- Subtracting 3
- Subtracting 4
- Subtracting 5
- Subtracting 6
- Subtracting 7
- Subtracting 8
- Subtracting 9

**Mixed operations**

- Addition and subtraction – ways to make a number
- Which sign makes the number sentence true?
- Fact families
- Addition and subtraction facts – numbers up to 10
- Addition and subtraction facts – numbers up to 18
- Addition and subtraction word problems
- Ten more or less
- Add and subtract tens
- Addition and subtraction terms

**Comparing**

- Comparing – review
- Comparing numbers up to 10
- Comparing numbers up to 100
- Comparing numbers up to 1,000
- Comparison word problems

**Estimation**

- Estimate to the nearest ten

**Fractions**

- Halves, thirds and quarters
- Equal parts
- Simple fractions: what fraction does the shape show?
- Simple fractions: which shape matches the fraction?
- Simple fractions: parts of a group
- Fractions – word problems
- Compare fractions

**Geometry**

- Identify 2-dimensional shapes
- Identify 3-dimensional figures
- Geometry of everyday objects
- Relate planar and solid figures
- Count sides and vertices
- Count edges, vertices and faces
- Compare sides and vertices
- Compare edges, vertices and faces
- Open and closed shapes
- Flip, turn and slide
- Symmetry
- Same shape

**Spatial sense**

- Left, middle and right
- Above, below, top, middle and bottom
- Location in a three-by-three grid

**Data and graphs**

- Record data with tally charts, picture graphs, tables
- Interpret data in tally charts, picture graphs, tables
- Interpret bar graphs
- Which bar graph is correct?

**Measurement**

- Long and short
- Tall and short
- Light and heavy
- Holds more or less
- Compare size, mass and capacity
- Read a thermometer
- Which metric unit of length is appropriate?
- Metric units of length: word problems
- Which metric unit of mass is appropriate?
- Which imperial unit of length is appropriate?
- Imperial units of length: word problems
- Which imperial unit of weight is appropriate?
- Compare and convert cups, pints and quarts

**Money**

- Coin values
- Count 1p, 2p, 5p and 10p coins
- Count all coins
- Equivalent coins I
- Equivalent coins II
- Money – word problems
- Compare money amounts
- Least number of coins
- Purchases: do you have enough money?

**Patterns**

- Recognise patterns
- Describe patterns
- Probability and statistics
- More, less and equally likely
- Certain, probable, unlikely and impossible
- Sorting, ordering and classifying
- Venn diagrams
- Put numbers in order

**Time**

- Days of the week
- Reading clocks I
- Reading clocks II
- Match clocks and times I
- Match clocks and times II
- Times of everyday events
- Match analog and digital clocks I
- Match analog and digital clocks II
- A.M. or P.M.
- Compare clocks I
- Compare clocks II
- Time and clocks: word problems I
- Time and clocks: word problems II
- Choose the appropriate time units
- Seasons of the year
- Read a calendar
- Months of the year
- Time words: o’clock, half, quarter
- Elapsed time I
- Elapsed time II

**Multiplication**

- Multiplication sentences
- Multiplication tables up to 5
- Multiplication tables up to 10

**Division**

- Divisors and quotients up to 5
- Divisors and quotients up to 10

###### January 21, 2014

### Maths: Year 4 topics

Below are the list top topics you can expect your child to learn in maths during year 4:

**Numbers and comparing**

- Write numbers in words
- Ordinal numbers to 100th
- Roman numerals I, V, X, L, C, D, M
- Even and odd I
- Even and odd II
- Skip-counting puzzles
- Number sequences
- Put numbers in order
- Which number is greatest/least?
- Comparing numbers
- Comparing – with addition and subtraction
- Multi-step inequalities

**Place values**

- Place value models
- Place value names
- Value of a digit
- Identify the digit with a particular place value
- Convert to/from a number
- Convert between place values
- Convert from expanded form
- Convert between standard and expanded form
- Place value word problems

**Addition**

- Add two numbers up to three digits
- Addition input/output tables – up to three digits
- Add two numbers up to three digits – word problems
- Complete the addition sentence – up to three digits
- Balance addition equations – up to three digits
- Add three or more numbers up to three digits each
- Add three or more numbers up to three digits – word problems
- Addition patterns over increasing place values
- Add two numbers with four or more digits
- Addition input/output tables – four or more digits
- Add two numbers with four or more digits – word problems
- Complete the addition sentence – four or more digits
- Balance equations – four or more digits
- Add three or more numbers with four or more digits
- Add three or more numbers with four or more digits – word problems
- Addition: fill in the missing digits

**Subtraction**

- Subtract numbers up to three digits
- Subtraction input/output tables – up to three digits
- Subtract numbers up to three digits – word problems
- Complete the subtraction sentence – up to three digits
- Balance subtraction equations – up to three digits
- Subtraction patterns over increasing place values
- Subtract numbers with four or more digits
- Subtraction input/output tables – four or more digits
- Subtraction: fill in the missing digits

**Multiplication**

- Multiplication sentences
- Multiplication – facts to 12
- Multiplication word problems – facts to 12
- Missing factors – facts to 12
- Missing factors – facts to 12 – word problems
- Squares up to 20
- Multiplication patterns over increasing place values
- Multiply numbers ending in zeroes
- Multiply a one-digit number by a larger number
- Multiply a one-digit number by a larger number – word problems
- Multiply three or more numbers
- Multiply three or more numbers – word problems
- Multiplication input/output tables

**Multiplication – skill builders**

- Multiply by 0
- Multiply by 1
- Multiply by 2
- Multiply by 3
- Multiply by 4
- Multiply by 5
- Multiply by 6
- Multiply by 7
- Multiply by 8
- Multiply by 9
- Multiply by 10
- Multiply by 11
- Multiply by 12

**Division**

- Division facts to 5
- Division facts to 10
- Division word problems – facts to 10
- Complete the division sentence – facts to 10
- Division facts to 12
- Division patterns over increasing place values
- Divide numbers ending in zeroes
- Divide larger numbers
- Divide larger numbers – word problems
- Complete the division table
- Interpret remainders
- Divisibility rules for 2, 5 and 10
- Division input/output tables

**Division – skill builders**

- Divide by 1
- Divide by 2
- Divide by 3
- Divide by 4
- Divide by 5
- Divide by 6
- Divide by 7
- Divide by 8
- Divide by 9
- Divide by 10
- Divide by 11
- Divide by 12

**Mixed operations**

- Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts
- Complete the addition, subtraction, multiplication or division sentence
- Add, subtract, multiply and divide
- Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division word problems
- Interpret data in tables
- Multi-step word problems
- Missing operators

**Properties**

- Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division terms
- Understanding parentheses
- Properties of addition
- Solve using properties of addition
- Properties of multiplication
- Solve using properties of multiplication
- Relate addition and multiplication
- Relate multiplication and division

**Equations and variables**

- Identify equations
- Solve for the variable – addition and subtraction only
- Solve for the variable – with multiplication and division
- Write variable equations to represent word problems

**Estimation and rounding**

- Rounding
- Round money amounts
- Rounding puzzles
- Solve inequalities using estimation
- Estimate sums
- Estimate products
- Estimate quotients

**Logical reasoning**

- Guess the number
- Largest/smallest number possible
- Find the order
- Age puzzles
- Guess two numbers based on sum and difference
- Guess two numbers based on sum, difference, product and quotient

**Money**

- Count coins and notes – up to £5 note
- Which picture shows more?
- Purchases – do you have enough money – up to £10
- Making change
- Inequalities with money
- Put money amounts in order
- Add and subtract money amounts
- Add money amounts – word problems
- Price lists

**Time**

- Read clocks and write times
- Elapsed time I
- Elapsed time II
- Read a calendar
- Relate time units
- Time patterns
- Convert between hours and fractions of hours
- Reading schedules – 12-hour time
- Reading schedules – 24-hour time
- Time lines

**Data and graphs**

- Coordinate graphs I
- Coordinate graphs II
- Graph points on a coordinate plane
- Interpret bar graphs
- Create bar graphs
- Interpret line plots
- Create line plots
- Interpret pictographs
- Create pictographs
- Interpret line graphs
- Create line graphs
- Venn diagrams

**Measurement**

- Read a thermometer
- Reasonable temperature
- Which metric unit of length is appropriate?
- Compare and convert metric units of length
- Which metric unit of mass is appropriate?
- Compare and convert metric units of mass
- Which metric unit of volume is appropriate?
- Compare and convert metric units of volume
- Conversion tables – metric units
- Which imperial unit of length is appropriate?
- Compare and convert imperial units of length
- Which imperial unit of weight is appropriate?
- Compare and convert imperial units of weight
- Which imperial unit of volume is appropriate?
- Compare and convert imperial units of volume
- Conversion tables – imperial units

**Geometry**

- Identify planar and solid shapes
- Count and compare sides, edges, faces and vertices
- Symmetry
- Similar and congruent
- Reflection, rotation and translation
- Perimeter
- Perimeter: find the missing side length
- Area
- Volume
- Angles: greater than, less than or equal to a right angle
- Angles of 90, 180, 270 and 360 degrees
- Lines, line segments and rays
- Is it a polygon?
- Triangles: equilateral, isosceles and scalene
- Triangles: acute, right and obtuse

**Fractions and mixed numbers**

- Fraction review
- Fraction review – word problems
- Fractions on number lines
- Compare fractions
- Equivalent fractions: type the missing numerator or denominator
- Equivalent fractions: choose the equivalent fraction
- Reducing fractions to lowest terms
- Put fractions in order
- Fractions of a number
- Fractions of a number – word problems
- Mixed numbers: what mixed number is shown?
- Mixed numbers: write the mixed number in words

**Decimals**

- What decimal number is illustrated?
- Convert between decimals and fractions
- Understanding decimals expressed in words
- Number sequences involving decimals
- Inequalities with decimals
- Put decimal numbers in order
- Add and subtract decimals
- Add and subtract decimals – word problems
- Add three or more decimal numbers

**Probability and statistics**

- Certain, probable, unlikely and impossible
- Mean and mode
- Interpret charts to find mean and mode
- Combinations

###### January 20, 2014

### Maths: Reception topics

**Shapes**

- Identify circles, squares and triangles
- Identify squares and rectangles
- Identify cubes and pyramids

**Count to 3**

- Count dots (up to 3)
- Count shapes (up to 3)
- Count objects (up to 3)
- Represent numbers (up to 3)

**Count to 5**

- Count dots (up to 5)
- Count shapes (up to 5)
- Count objects (up to 5)
- Represent numbers (up to 5)

**Count to 10**

- Count dots (up to 10)
- Count shapes (up to 10)
- Count objects (up to 10)
- Represent numbers (up to 10)

**Count to 20**

- Count dots (up to 20)
- Count shapes (up to 20)
- Count objects (up to 20)
- Represent numbers (up to 20)

**Comparing**

- Compare groups (fewer or more)
- Compare in a chart (fewer or more)
- Compare in a mixed group

**Positions**

- Inside and outside
- Left and right
- Left, middle and right
- Above and below
- Top and bottom

**Classify**

- Same
- Different
- Same and different
- Classify by colour

**Size**

- Long and short
- Tall and short
- Light and heavy
- Holds more or less
- Compare height, mass and capacity
- Wide and narrow

**Money**

- Coin values – 1p, 2p, 5p and 10p
- Coin values – 20p, 50p, £1 and £2
- Coin values – all coins
- Count pennies

###### January 20, 2014

### Maths: Year 1 topics

For a list of what you can expect your child to be learning for maths in Year 1:

**Numbers and counting up to 3**

- Count to 3
- Represent numbers – up to 3
- Count by typing – up to 3

**Numbers and counting up to 5**

- Count to 5
- Represent numbers – up to 5
- Count by typing – up to 5
- Count up
- Count down

**Numbers and counting up to 10**

- Count to 10
- Present numbers – up to 10
- Count by typing – up to 10
- Count up and down – with pictures
- Count up and down – with numbers
- Tally marks – up to 10
- Number lines – up to 10
- Before, after and between – up to 10
- Count forward and backward – up to 10
- Names of numbers – up to 10
- Complete a sequence – up to 10

** Numbers and counting up to 20**

**Count to 20**

- Represent numbers – up to 20
- Count by typing – up to 20
- Count up and down
- Tally marks – up to 20
- Number lines – up to 20
- Before, after and between – up to 20
- Count forward and backward – up to 20
- Names of numbers – up to 20
- Complete a sequence – up to 20
- Count tens and ones – up to 20

**Numbers and counting beyond 20**

- Count to 30
- Count to 100
- Count groups of ten
- Number lines – up to 30
- Count tens and ones – up to 30

**Skip-counting**

- Skip-count by twos
- Skip-count by fives
- Skip-count by tens
- Skip-count by twos, fives and tens

** Comparing**

- Fewer, equal and more
- Fewer and more – comparing groups
- Fewer and more – with charts
- Fewer and more – mixed
- Compare numbers up to 10

** Sorting, ordering and classifying**

- Same
- Different
- Same and different
- Classify by colour
- Venn diagrams
- Put numbers up to 10 in order
- Put numbers up to 30 in order

** Patterns**

- Similar patterns
- Complete missing parts of patterns
- Growing patterns

**Positions**

- Inside and outside
- Left, middle and right
- Top, middle and bottom
- Above and below
- Location in a three-by-three grid

**Addition**

- Addition with pictures – sums up to 5
- Add two numbers – sums up to 5
- Addition sentences – sums up to 5
- Addition with pictures – sums up to 10
- Add two numbers – sums up to 10
- Addition sentences – sums up to 10

**Subtraction**

- Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 5
- Subtraction – numbers up to 5
- Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 5
- Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 10
- Subtraction – numbers up to 9
- Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 10

** Fractions**

- Identify halves, thirds quarters
- Equal parts

**Time**

- Match clocks and times I
- Match clocks and times II
- Read clocks and write times I
- Read clocks and write times II
- Times of everyday events
- Match analog and digital clocks I
- Match analog and digital clocks II
- Seasons
- A.M. and P.M.

**Data and graphs**

- Making graphs

**Probability**

- More or less likely

**Measurement**

- Long and short
- Tall and short
- Light and heavy
- Holds more or less
- Compare size, mass and capacity

**Money**

- Coin values – 1p, 2p, 5p and 10p coins
- Coin values
- Count money – 1p coins only
- Count money – 1p and 2p coins
- Count money – 1p, 2p and 5p coins
- Count money – 1p, 2p, 5p and 10p coins
- Equivalent coins I
- Equivalent coins II
- Equivalent coins III
- Compare two groups of coins

**Geometry**

- Identify shapes I
- Identify shapes II
- Identify solid figures
- Relate planar and solid figures
- Count sides and corners
- Compare sides and corners
- Geometry of everyday objects
- Symmetry I
- Symmetry II

**Vocabulary**

- Sum and difference