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|1.Numbers 1 – 10||Understanding number sequences backwards and forwards|
|2.Numbers to 20||Connect number names, numerals and quantities up to 20 and beyond.|
|3.Numbers to 30||Number recognition.
Counting backwards and forwards.
|4.Counting by Tens to 100||Model numbers using a range of materials and images.|
|5.Skip Counting by Two, Five and Ten||Investigate patterns with objects and patterns formed by skip counting.
Develop confidence with number sequences to and from 100, counting by twos, fives and tens.
|6.Odds and Evens||Counting on by even and odd numbers.|
|7.Counting by Tens and Fives||Recognise, model, read and order numbers to at least 100.|
|8.More Twos, Fives and Tens||Develop confidence with number sequences to and from 100, counting by twos, fives, and tens.|
10.More Place Value
|Counting collections to 100 by partitioning numbers using place value.
Understand two-digit numbers are made up of tens and ones.
|11.More or Less than 100||Recognise and order numbers to 100.|
|12.Number Patterns||Completing number patterns to improve conifdence with number sequences to and from 100.
Investigate and describing number patterns formed by skip counting.
|13.Ordinal Numbers and Months of the Year||Recognise, model, read, write and order numbers to at least 100. Describe order of months of the year.|
|14.Numbers to 100 and Place Value||Develop confidence with numbers 1 to 100 from any point counting by ones, twos, fives and tens.
Using place value patterns. Partitioning and grouping tens.
Develop confidence in all areas of number.
|15.Zero and Number Lines||Understand the concept of zero and where it is located on a number line.|
|16.Revision – Topics 1 to 15||Develop confidence in all areas of the Maths curriculum.|
|17.Number Line Additions||Represent and solve simple addition problems using number lines.|
|18.Addition to 10 (Combinations)
20.More Addition to 20
|Represent and solve simple addition
problems using a variety of strategies.
Recognise patterns in numbers to 10.
Use concrete objects to help solve addition problems.
22.More Subtraction with Crossing Off
23.Subtracting to 20
|Represent and solve simple subtraction problems using a variety of strategies.
Solve simple subtraction problems with crossing off.
Solving simple subtraction problems with counting backwards and number lines.
|24.Addition and Subtraction||Represent and solve simple addition and subtraction problems using a variety of strategies.|
26.More Equal Groups
|Represent data with objects where one object represents on data value.
Present practical situations to model sharing and groups.
Present practical situations to model addition and sharing.
|27.Problems and Fun Review||Develop confidence in all areas of the Maths curriculum.|
|28.Money – Australia Coins
29.Coins and Shopping
30.Australian Notes and Coins
31.Introducing the Cash Card
|Recognising features and values of Australian coins
Recognise, describe and order Australian coins according to their value.
Recognise Australian coins and their value.
Recognise, describe and order Australian coins and notes according to their value.
Count and order small collections to Australian notes and coins according to their value.
Recognise that cash cards can be used in the place of money as legal tender.
|32.Revision||Develop confidence in all areas of the Maths curriculum.|
|33.Angles||Children use their arms to show types of angles.|
|34.2D Shapes||Recognise and classify 2D shapes.
Classify familiar 2D shapes and obvious features.
|35.2D Features and Quadrilaterals||Recognise and classify familiar 2D shapes using obvious features.|
37.3D Objects and Features
|Recognise and classify 3D objects using everyday items.
Recognise and classify familiar 2D shapes and 3D objects using obvious features – (the link).
|38.Symmetry and Half
39.Fraction – Half
40.Fractions – Quarter
41.Fractions – Halves and Quarters
|Recognise and describe one half as being one of two equal parts of a whole.
Recognise and describe one half, one quarter as one part or parts of a whole.
Splitting an object in to two or four equal parts.
43.Measuring Length with Informal Units
44.Introducing the Metre
|Measure and compare the length of objects using informal units.
Using language associated with measurement attributes.
Using informal units to measure shapes.
Measure and compare lengths using uniform units – metre.
|45.Comparing Mass||Measure and compare the mass of pairs of objects.
Measure and compare the mass of pairs and other objects using informal units.
|46.Comparing Capacity and Volume
47.More Capacity and Volume
|Measure and compare the capacity of pairs of objects.
Measure and compare lengths and capacities of objects using informal units.
Measure the capacity of different objects and shapes.
Compare capacity of pairs using informal units.
|48.Comparing Area||Measure and compare area using informal units.
Measure and compare ares of space and shapes using informal units.
Measure and compare length, capacity, area and mass of pairs using informal and formal units of measurement.
|49.Position and Direction
50.More Position and Direction
|Give and follow directions to familiar places.
Use the language of direction to move from place to place.
|51.Days of the Week||Compare days of the week to familiar events.|
|52.Months of the Year||Describe duration using months
Describe duration using months, weeks, days and hours.
Describe duration using months, weeks, days and dates.
54.Half Past the Hour
55.Clockface and Digital Time
|Tell time to the hour.
Tell time to the half hour on clockface or written form.
Telling time to the half hour on analog clocks.
Telling time to the half hour in digital form.
|56.Duration of Time||Describe the duration of time using months, weeks, days and hours.|
58.More Graphs and Data
59.Recording and Interpreting Data
|Representing data with objects where one object represents one data value.
Interpreting data – choose simple questions and gather responses.
Represent data with objects or drawing where one object represents on data value. describe the display.
|60.Probability||Identify outcomes of familiar events involving chance and describing them using everyday language such as “will happen”, “won’t happen” and “might happen”.|
|61.Chance||Justify some events as certain or impossible.|
|62.Final Assessment of Grade 1 Maths|