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1 I Can Matheatics Descriptors Year 1 to Year 6 and beyond; Supporting the 2014 National Curriculu EdisonLearning s Precision Pedagogy Based on research into current approaches in UK schools that have had proven ipact on pupil progress Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 1

6 You learn how to ake links between nubers and quantities, and how to increase and decrease nubers and quantities that have a relationship with each other. Ratios copare ultiple quantities or nubers in relation to each other, whilst proportion copares quantities or nubers as a part o a whole set. In learning about both, you will ake links with your understanding o ractions and decials. Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 6

7 Foundational Maths Targets (1) I a accurate I a quick I can apply it 1F1* I can say what is one ore and one less o a given nuber 1F2* I can recognise odd and even nubers 1F3* I can read and write nubers ro 1 to 20 in nuerals and words 1F4 I can read, write and work out questions involving addition (+), subtraction (-) 1F5* I can recall, represent and use nuber bonds and related subtraction acts within 20 1F6* I can count in twos, ives and tens up to 100 1F7 r I can nae and ind ¼ and ½ o a shape, an object or a quantity o objects 1F8 I can recognise and say the naes o coon 2-D shapes like rectangles, squares, circles and triangles 1F9 I can recognise and say the naes o coon 3-D shapes like cuboids, cubes, pyraids and spheres 1F10 pd I can describe the ition and direction o two objects using words like let, right, inside and outside, orwards and backwards 1F11 I can nae the value o dierent coins and notes 1F12* I can say the days o the week and the onths o the year in order 1F13 I can tell the tie when it is o clock and hal past the hour Conceptual Maths Targets (1) With support By ysel Supporting soeone else 1C1 I can use objects and draw pictures to show nubers including a nuber line. 1C2* I can say what these words ean and use the in y work; equal to, ore than, less than, ost, least 1C3 I can solve siple one step addition and subtraction probles, including ones where a nuber is issing 1C4 I can work out doubles o nubers up to 10 by using and counting objects 1C5 I can work out hal o even nubers up to 20 by sharing or grouping objects and counting the 1C6 pd I can order and arrange objects and shapes in patterns 1C7* I can say i objects are longer or shorter, taller or shorter or long or short when I easure the 1C8* I can say i an object is heavier or lighter than another object 1C9 I can say i a container with water in it is ull or epty, a quarter ull or quarter epty and three quarters ull or three quarters epty 1C10 I can say i an action was slower or quicker than another action 1C11 I can put words about tie events in order 1C12* I can say today s date 1C13 I can choose and use appropriate standard units to estiate and easure length/height in any direction (/c); ass (kg/g); teperature ( C); volue and capacity (litres/l) to the nearest appropriate unit using rulers, scales, theroeters and easuring vessels Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 7

11 Conceptual Maths Targets (3) With support By ysel Supporting soeone else 3C1 3C2* 3C3 I can solve nuber probles (including issing nuber probles) and practical probles by using y knowledge o nuber acts 1 and place value. I use diagras, easuring equipent and written ethods to help e I can estiate the answer to a calculation and use inverse operations to check answers I can solve ultiplication and division probles (which include issing nuber probles), including scaling probles and correspondence probles in which n objects are connected to objects 3C4* 3C5 3C6* 3C7 3C8* I can show that tenths that arise ro dividing an object into 10 equal parts are represented by a raction I can show that tenths that arise ro dividing a single digit nuber or a quantity by 10 are represented by a decial nuber I can explain and use the language o ractions including denoinator and nuerator I can recognise and show, using diagras, equivalent ractions with sall denoinators I can solve probles that involve ractions, including equivalent ractions and addition o ractions 3C9 s I can interpret and present data using bar charts, pictogras and tables 3C10* s I can solve one-step and two-step questions such as How any ore? and How any ewer? using inoration presented in scaled bar charts and pictogras and tables 3C11 3C12 3C13 3C14 3C15 pd I can draw 2-D and ake 3-D shapes using odelling aterials; recognise these shapes in dierent orientations; and describe the with increasing accuracy I can recognise 2-D and 3-D shapes in dierent orientations, and describe the accurately in ters o aces, edges, vertices and lines o syetry. I can explain angles as a property o shape and can explain how angle is a easureent o turning I can easure, copare, add and subtract: lengths (/c/); ass (kg/g); volue/capacity (l/l); I can copare durations o events, or exaple to calculate the tie taken up by particular events or tasks 3C16* I can recognise and use ull naes and abbreviations or etric units o easure 1 Nuber acts include addition and subtraction acts, ultiplication and division acts and inverse operations Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 11

14 Foundational Maths Targets (5) I a accurate I a quick I can apply it 5F1* I can read, write, order, copare and round nubers to at least and deterine the value o each digit 5F2* I can count orwards or backwards in steps o powers o 10 or any given nuber up to F3* I can interpret negative nubers in context, and count orwards and backwards with itive and negative whole nubers through zero 5F4 I can read Roan nuerals to 1000 (M) and recognise years written in Roan nuerals. 5F5* I can add and subtract whole nubers with ore than 4 digits, including using eicient written ethods (colunar addition and subtraction) 5F6 I can add and subtract nubers entally with increasingly large nubers 5F7* 5F8* I can ultiply nubers up to 4-digits by a 1 or 2-digit nuber using an eicient written ethod, including long ultiplication or 2-digit nubers I can divide nubers up to 4 digits by a 1-digit nuber using the eicient written ethod o short division and interpret reainders appropriately or the context 5F9* I can identiy ultiples and actors including actor pairs o any nuber 5F10 I can establish whether a nuber up to 100 is prie and recall the prie nubers up to 19 5F11* 5F12 5F13 5F14* 5F15* 5F16* p 5F17 I can ultiply and divide nubers entally drawing upon known acts including ultiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and I can copare and order ractions whose denoinators are all ultiples o the sae nuber I can recognise ixed nubers and iproper ractions and convert ro one or to the other I can recognise and use thousandths and relate the to tenths, hundredths and decial equivalents I can read, write, order, copare and round nubers with up to three decial places I can write siple ractions as percentages and decials percentages (e.g. ½ = 50% = 0.5) I can identiy 3-D shapes, including cubes and cuboids, ro 2-D representations 5F18 5F19 5F20 pd pd pd I can estiate, copare, easure and draw a given angle, writing its size in degrees ( 0 ) and say i the angle is an acute, relex, obtuse, right angle or ultiples o 90 o I can calculate angles where there are two or ore angles on a straight line or ½ turn (180 o ) and where there are two or ore angles in a whole turn (360 o ) I can identiy, describe and represent the ition o a shape ollowing a relection or translation using the appropriate vocabulary, and I know that the shape has not changed 5F21* I can easure and calculate the perieter o coite rectilinear shapes in centietres and etres 5F22 I can calculate and copare the area o squares, rectangles and related coite shapes using standard units, including centietre squared (c 2 ) and etre squared ( 2 ) and estiate the area o irregular shapes Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 14

16 5C20 and vice versa I can say what the equivalences are between coon etric and iperial units and estiate equivalences o a given easure 5C2C21 1 I can easure orce in Newtons (N) 5C22 I can estiate and calculate the volue o cuboids (including cubes) and the capacity o liquids 5C23 I can solve probles converting between the units o tie Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 16

17 Foundational Maths Targets (6) I a accurate I a quick I can apply it 6F1* I can read, write, order and copare nubers up to 10 illion and deterine the value o each digit 6F2* 6F3 6F4* 6F5* 6F6* 6F7* 6F8 I can add, subtract and use negative nubers in context, and calculate intervals across zero I can peror ental calculations, including with ixed operations and large nubers I can use y knowledge o the order o operations to carry out calculations involving the our operations I can ultiply nubers with at least 4-digits by a 2-digit whole nuber using long ultiplication I can divide nubers up to 4-digits by a 2-digit whole nuber using long division, and interpret reainders as whole nuber reainders, ractions, decials or by rounding as appropriate or the context I can identiy coon actors, coon ultiples and prie nubers I can use coon actors to sipliy ractions and use coon ultiples to express ractions in the sae denoination 6F9* I can copare and order any raction, including ractions >1 6F10* d 6F11 d I can ultiply and divide nubers up to three decial places by 10, 100 and where the answers are up to three decial places I can ultiply 1-digit nubers with up to two decial places by whole nubers 6F12 6F13* p d p I can use percentages or coparison and calculate percentages o whole nubers or easures such as 15% o 360 I can recall and use equivalences between siple ractions, decials and percentages including in dierent contexts 6F14* a I can generate and extend linear nuber sequences 6F15 a I can express issing nuber probles algebraically 6F16* a I can ind pairs o nubers that satisy nuber sentences involving two unknowns 6F17 rp I can recognise equivalent ratios and reduce a given ratio to its lowest ters 6F18 s I can calculate and interpret the ean as an average 6F19 s I can calculate and interpret the ode and edian as an average 6F20 I can recognise, describe and build siple 3-D shapes, including aking nets 6F21* pd I can recognise angles and ind unknown angles involving angles at a point, on a straight line, in a triangle (180 o ), in a quadrilateral (360 ) and vertically opite angles 6F22 pd I can describe itions on the ull coordinate grid (all our quadrants) 6F23 pd I can construct, translate and relect siple shapes on the coordinate plane and relect the in the axes 6F24 I can calculate the area o parallelogras and triangles Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 17

19 Foundational Maths Targets (7) I a accurate I a quick I can apply it +6F1* +6F2 +6F3 p +6F4* +6F5 +6F6 a pd +6F7* pd I understand and I can use place value or decials, easures and integers o any size I can use the sybols =,, <, >,, to describe a nuerical or algebraic equation I can ind the outcoe o a given percentage increase or decrease, including nubers and quantities I can use and interpret algebraic notation, including: - ab in place o a x b - 3y in place o y + y + y and 3 x y - a 2 in place o a x a, a 3 in place o a x a x a; a 2 b in place o a x a x b - a / b in place o a b - coeicients written as a raction rather than as a decial - brackets I understand and I can use appropriate orulae or inding circuerences and areas o circles, areas o plane rectilinear igures and volues o cuboids when solving probles I can apply the properties o angles at a point, angles at a point on a straight line, and vertically opite angles I can identiy alternate and correspondent angles; understand a proo that the su o the angles o a triangle is 180 degrees and o a quadrilateral is 360 degrees Conceptual Maths Targets (7) With support By ysel Supportin g soeone else +6C1 I can use logical arguent to establish the truth o a stateent +6C2* I can use the our operations, including oral written ethods, applied to integers, decials, proper and iproper ractions and ixed nubers, all both itive and negative +6C3 I can use conventional notation or the priority o operations, including brackets, powers, roots and reciprocals +6C4* p I can express one quantity as a percentage o another, copare two quantities using a percentage, and work with percentages greater than 100% +6C5* a I can substitute nuerical values into orulae and expressions, including scientiic orulae +6C6 s a I can odel situations or procedures by translating the into algebraic expressions or orulae and by using graphs +6C7* s I can describe the probability o an event on a scale o 0 to 1 +6C8* rp I can recognise and use division in the context o ractions, percentages and ratio +6C9 pd I can identiy properties o, and describe the results o, translations, rotations and relections applied to given igures +6C10 I can derive and apply orulae to calculate and solve probles involving: perieter and areas o triangles, parallelogras, trapezia, volue o cuboids (including cubes) and other priss (including cylinders) +6C11 pd I can derive and use the su o angles in a triangle and use it to deduce the angle su in any polygon, and to derive properties o regular polygons Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 19

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