# Maths

Here are some extracts from the curriculum.

Do not rush through this list, make sure you understand the concept you have chosen.

1. Recall 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 multiplication tables

2.Use different combinations of money to pay for items up to £2 and calculate the change

Order and compare items up to £10

3. Tell the time to the nearest 5 minutes on an analogue clock and calculate how long it is to the next hour
Read hours and minutes on a 12-hour digital clock using am/pm conventions

Calculate start times, finish times and durations
using hours, 30-minute intervals and 15-minute intervals

4. Identify odd and even numbers up to 1 000

5. Use halves and quarters / recognise fractional quantities

6. Recognise that perimeter is the distance around a shape

Find area by counting squares

7.Identify right angles/describe an
angle as more or less than a right angle

8.Represent data using: – lists, tally charts, tables, bar charts,
bar line, pictograms, Venn and Carroll diagrams

and interpret readings above and below 0°C

10. Recognise and classify 2D shapes and 3D shapes

11. Identify lines of symmetry in 2D shapes

## Symmetry sheet

12. Estimate and measure: –
length: measure on a ruler to the nearest ½ cm,

weight/mass: use 5g, 10g and 100g weights,

capacity: use litres and half litres; measure to the nearest 100ml