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Where Brayden is Going in Math Next Year

30 Oct

Brayden’s Math Objectives for 21012

 

NUMERATION & PLACE VALUE

–         Explore numbers and place value to 10 000

–         Compare using greater and less than signs,

–         Explore expanded notation

–         Identify number patterns

–         Count in 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s

–         Round to the nearest ten and hundred

–          Roman numerals to 100

 

OPERATIONS

–          Missing addend, ie, 4 + __ = 10

–          Methods for Mental Addition and subtraction

–          Review addition and subtraction facts

–          Mental estimation

–          Reinforce addition and subtraction with grouping

–          Two-step word problems

–          Multiplying and Dividing by 4, 5 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10

–          Mentally multiply and dividing by 10, 100, 1000

–          Understand  multiplication and division as inverse operations

–          Know dividend, divisor and quotient

 

MONEY

–          Write money amounts using $ and c signs and decimal point

–          Adding and subtracting Money

–          Word problems

–          Make change

–          Real life purchasing experiences

 

FRACTIONS

–          Recognise fraction to tenths and whose denominator is 100

–          Identify numerator and denominator

–          Write mixed numbers

–          Recognise equivalent fractions

–          Compare fractions with like denominators

 

MEASUREMENT

–         Know measurement (length, weight, capacity and time) conversions

–          Estimate measurements

–          Familiar with measurement abbreviations

–          Use instruments to measure length, weight, capacity and temperature

–          Measure and draw line segments

–          Tell time to the minute, including minutes to and minutes after, quarter to and after.

–          Elapsed time and time table problems

–          Write the date in numeric forms

 

GEOMETRY

–           Identify horizontal, vertical, perpendicular or parallel lines

–          Identify and describe 2d and 3D shapes, including more difficult shapes ie.  rhombus, trapezium, quadrilateral etc

–          Calculate perimeter

–          Calculate area in square centimetres

–          Measure angles, compare and name different types

–          Connect 3D shapes with their nets

 

CHANCE AND DATA

–         Create and interpret picture graphs, bar graphs and pie charts

–          Utilise tally marks and data tables

–           Utilise a legend

 

Riveting reading wasn’t it.  Hehe.

 

 

 

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Posted by on October 30, 2011 in Mathematics, Planning and Registration

 

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