Expected by the end of year 1
•Count forwards and backwards in 1’s to 100 and beyond, 2’s to 20, 5’s to 50 and 10’s to 100
•Read and write numbers from 0 to 100 as numerals
•Read and write numbers to 20 as words and numerals
•Identify one more/less 0 - 100
•Know and use number bonds to 20 (addition and subtraction). E.g. 7=?-9
•Add and subtract 1 and 2-digit numbers to 20.
•Solve missing number problems.
•Solve multiplication and division problems with support
•Recognise, find and name a half and a quarter of an object, shape or quantity
•Tell the time to o’clock and half past (analogue)
•Compare, measure, describe and solve problems for length/height, mass/weight, capacity/volume and time
•Recognise and know the value of coins and notes
•Recognise and use language of the days of the week, months of the year, yesterday, today, tomorrow, morning, afternoon, evening
•Recognise and name 2d and 3d shapes-circles, squares, triangles, rectangles, cuboids, cubes, pyramids, spheres
Greater Depth Maths-
•Count forwards and backwards from any given number up to 100
•Can identify missing numbers in a sequence of numbers (using numbers up to 100 and 2’s, 5’s and 10’s)
•Can suggest their own reasoned ideas about numbers e.g. explain why a number might be the odd one out.
•Can solve more complex problem using numbers up to 20 e.g. 5=2+3, 10-5 What other facts do you know?
•Can solve more complex missing number problems using numbers to 20 e.g ___+____=12
•Can solve simple worded problems involving multiplication and division e.g. Toy aeroplanes have 5 wheels. How many wheels would you need to make different numbers of aeroplanes?
•Understand and explain the relationship between half and quarter.
•Can explain reasoning when solving problems involving measurement.
•Can describe similarities and differences of shape properties e.g. what is the same and what’s different about these shapes – cone, pyramid and cuboid? Could each one be the odd one out?
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