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Module 1 | 1. Count in steps of 2 |

2. Recognise the place value in 2 digit number | |

3.Compare and order numbers from 0 up to 10, use <, > and = signs | |

4. Write 1 to 30 in words | |

5. Multiplication of Tables of 2. | |

6. Working Scientifically- Asking questions, using equipment. | |

Module 2 | 1. Multiplication of Tables of 2 (revision). |

2. Identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations, including the number lines | |

3. Compare and order numbers from 10 up to 20, use <, > and = signs | |

4. Write 30 to 40 in words | |

5. Solve problems with addition and subtraction using objects and pictures. | |

6. Working Scientifically- Perform tests,using observations to suggest answers. | |

Module 3 | 1. Count in steps of 3. |

2. Write 40 to 50 in words | |

3. Compare and order numbers from 20 up to 30, use <, > and = signs | |

4. Use place value and number facts to solve problems. | |

5. Multiplication of Tables of 5. | |

6. Living things and habitats- Explore and compare living and non-living. | |

Module 4 | 1. Multiplication of Tables of 5 (revision). |

2. Write 50 to 60 in words | |

3. Compare and order numbers from 30 up to 40, use <, > and = signs | |

4. Addition and subtraction facts up to 100. | |

5. Add and subtract numbers using objects, pictures [Two-digit number and 1s] | |

6. Identify and describe the properties of 2-D shapes. | |

7. Living things and habitats- identify plants and animals in their habitats, food chain. | |

Module 5 | 1. Count in steps of 5 |

2. Write 60 to 70 in words | |

3. Compare and order numbers from 40 up to 50, use <, > and = signs | |

4. Multiplication of Tables of 10. | |

5. Add and subtract numbers using objects, pictures [Two-digit number and 10s] | |

6. Measure length/height, mass, temperature, capacity. | |

7. Identify and describe the properties of 3-D shapes | |

8. Plants- Observe growth of plants and their requirements like water, sunlight etc. | |

Module 6 | 1. Multiplication of Tables of 10 (revision). |

2. Write 70 to 80 in words | |

3. Compare and order numbers from 50 up to 60, use <, > and = signs | |

4. Add and subtract numbers using objects, pictures [2 Two-digit numbers] | |

5. Name and write fractions 1/3, 1/4 of a length, shape etc. | |

6. Compare and order lengths, mass, volume/capacity and record using >, < , = | |

7. Identify 2-D shapes on the surface of 3-D shapes. | |

8. Animals including humans – have offsprings that grow into adults. | |

Module 7 | 1. Count in steps of 10 |

2. Write 80 to 90 in words | |

3. Compare and order numbers from 60 up to 70, use <, > and = signs | |

4. Add and subtract numbers using objects, pictures [Adding 3 one-digit numbers] | |

5. Name and write fractions 2/4 and 3/4 of a length, shape etc. | |

6. Recognise, use Currency symbols & combine amounts to make a particular value | |

7. Order and arrange combinations of mathematical objects. | |

8. Animals – Describe basic needs, importance for humans of exercise, food and hygiene. | |

Module 8 | 1. Count in steps of 10 (revision) |

2. Write 90 to 100 in words | |

3. Compare and order numbers from 70 up to 80, use <, > and = signs | |

4. Show that addition of 2 numbers can be done in any order but not Subtraction | |

5. Write simple fractions e.g 1/2 of 6 = 3. | |

6. Compare and sequence intervals of time | |

7. Use mathematical vocabulary to describe position, direction and movement | |

8.Uses of everyday materials- suitability of a variety of everyday materials and uses. | |

Module 9 | 1. Counting 131-150 |

2. Write 100 to 120 in words | |

3. Compare and order numbers from 80 up to 90, use <, > and = signs | |

4. Recognise and use the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction and use this to check calculations and solve missing number problems. | |

5. Calculate statements within tables and write (×), (÷) and (=) signs. | |

6. Recognise the equivalence of fractions like 2/4 and 1/2. | |

7. Tell,write and draw the time to five minutes, including quarter past/to the hour. | |

8. Everyday materials- compare how things move on different surfaces. | |

Module 10 | 1. Counting 151-200. |

2. Write 120 to 150 in words | |

3. Compare and order numbers from 90 up to 100, use <, > and = signs | |

4. Show multiplication of 2 numbers can be done in any order (commutative) but not division. | |

5. Interpret and construct simple pictograms, tally charts, block diagrams and tables. | |

6. Ask and answer questions about totalling and comparing categorical data. | |

7. How the shapes of solid objects can be changed by squashing, bending etc. |