In Maths, children will be covering units within Number and Geometry: fractions, decimals, percentages, properties of shape, and position and direction. The small steps associated with each unit are outlined below:
Children will be able to compare and order fractions whose denominators are multiples of the same number. They will identify, name and write equivalent fractions of a given fraction before moving on to recognising mixed numbers and improper fractions, and converting from one form to another.
Decimals and Percentages
The small steps included in this unit are: decimals up to two decimal places, decimals as fractions, understanding thousandths, thousands as decimals, rounding decimals, ordering and comparing decimals, understanding percentages, percentages as fractions and decimals, and equivalent FDP.
The small steps will include: adding and subtracting decimals within 1, decimal sequences, and multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1,000.
Properties of Shapes
The small steps included in this unit are: measuring angles in degrees, measuring with a protractor, drawing lines and angles accurately, measuring lengths and angles in shapes, regular and irregular polygons and reasoning about 3D shapes.
Position and Direction
The small steps will include: position in the first quadrant, reflection, reflection with coordinates, translation and translation with coordinates.