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Maths

Year 1 Maths

Autumn Term

§  The boys will be given the opportunity, through discussion and activities, to use and apply mathematics in a practical way. They will be encouraged to solve problems, to develop mathematical language and their skills of communication and reasoning.

The boys will reinforce early number recognition to 20, estimate, count, order and understand the value of numbers to 20 and beyond. They will solve addition and subtraction calculations and learn to put the larger numbers first when solving subtraction problems. We will count in twos and tens.

Spring Term

The boys will be given opportunity, through discussion and activities, to use and apply mathematics in a practical way. They will be encouraged to solve problems, to develop mathematical language and their skills of communication and reasoning. 

The boys will reinforce early number recognition to 100, estimate, count, order and understand the value of numbers to 100. They will solve addition and subtraction calculations and add using 3 numbers. 

They will measure length by direct comparison of 2 or more objects and use non standard units to measure them. Their recognition of the properties of common 2D and 3D shapes will be reinforced. The boys will practice their number bonds to 10. 

Summer Term

Count on and back in ones to 100

Add or subtract 10 from 2-digit numbers

Identify patterns in numbers on a 100 square

Count on and back in 2s, 5s + 10s

Identify patterns in numbers on a 100 square

Understand place value in 2-digit number

Add 1-digit to 2-digit numbers and add to next multiple of 10, by counting on

Subtract 1-digit from 2-digit numbers including 2-digit multiples of 10 by counting back

Add any pair or 3 1-digit numbers using learned number facts

Know pairs to 10 and doubles to double 6, and add by putting the larger number first and counting on or use double facts

Add or subtract 10 from 2-digit number

 

Understand place value in 2-digit numbers by creating 2-digit numbers, placing them on a number line 

Order and compare 2-digit numbers and say a number between. 

Use language: equal to, more than, less/fewer than, most, least

Know number properties, including odd and even

Count in 2s, 5s + 10s

Understand the link between multiplication and grouping

Solve one-step problems involving multiplication and division using concrete objects, pictures and arrays

Double numbers to 10 and find related halves

Find 1/2 of odd numbers

Tell the time to the nearest hour, nearest half hour, nearest quarter of an hour using analogue and digital clocks

Read, interpret and begin to create a simple pictogram

Interpret and complete pictograms where 1 symbol represents 1 item

Compare and measure lengths or heights using non-standard uniform units

Recognise, name and describe squares, rectangles, circles and triangle

Use 2D shapes to create patterns

Create patterns using 3D shapes to print 2D shapes

Add 1-digit to 2-digit numbers, bridging 10 and using known facts

Subtract 1-digit from 2-digit numbers, bridging 10 and using known facts

Find change from 10p and 20p by counting upOrder and compare 2-digit numbers and say a number between. Use language: equal to, more than, less/fewer than, most, least. Order and compare 2-digit numbers and say a number between. Use language: equal to, more than, less/fewer than, most, least

Understand place value in 2-digit numbers by creating 2-digit numbers, placing them on a number line and solving place value additions and subtractions

Count on and back in ones to 100

Count on and back in 10s from any number up to 100

Add or subtract 10 from 2-digit numbers

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