# Maths

## Autumn Term

Count on or back in tens, twos, threes and fives

Solve word problems and number puzzles

Partition two digit numbers

§  Know addition and subtraction facts for each number up to ten

§  Recall and use multiplication and division facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times table

§  Know pairs of numbers that make twenty

Understand that addition can be done in any order

Explore properties of 2D and 3D shapes

Process, present and interpret data

Use standard units of measure and read a scale

Find coin totals and solve money problems

Add or subtract two digit numbers to and from a two digit number

Maths homework will be sent home on Thursdays

## Spring Term

Partition and combine numbers

Problem solve using numbers, money and shape and explain solutions using mathematical language

Describe and extend number sequences and patterns

Add and subtract two or three numbers mentally using a variety of strategies

Understand and use place value in calculations

Calculate the value of an unknown e.g. ? x 2 = 8, what number is divided by 5 is 3?

Know multiplication facts for 2, 3, 5 and 10 times tables and apply them to problem solving

Develop their understanding and use of multiplication and division

Identify common 2D and 3D shapes, orientate, sort and describe

Identify reflective symmetry

Use tables and simple diagrams

Use the < and > signs

Begin to use simple fractions.

Recognise and use whole, half and quarter turns.

Recognise a right angle

Find halves and quarters of numbers

Halve and double numbers to at least 20

Develop their ability to tell the time

## Summer Term

 Number: Number facts Counting to 100 in 1s, 2s, 5s asnd 10s Identifying patterns in the 100 square Place value in 2-digit numbers Order & compare 2-digit numbersAdd & subtract 1-digit and 2-digit numbers, including multiples of 10 and bridging 10 Add any 3 1-digit numbers Odd and even, and 2-digit Double numbers to 12 and know their related halves Fractions: ½ & ¼ Link division and multiplication Finding ½ of odd numbers Money: value of all coins and notes; finding change from 10p and 20p   Shape, space and measure: Compare and measure weights Read, interpret and make simple block graphs Read and enter data into tables Capacity through pouring liquids Telling the time to the nearest hour, ½ hour, ¼ of an hour, using digital & analogue Pictograms Compare and measure length and height Properties of 2D & 3D shapes, including creating patterns
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