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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
2 How to use y targets These targets will help you to see just how uch progress you are aking in Matheatics. It is your target book, and you will use it all the way through school ro Year 1 to Year 6. There are lots o targets in this book. Each target is soething that it will be really useul or you to learn. There are two types o target. These are the Foundational Targets and the Conceptual Targets. The reason or sorting the out this way is explained below: You do not have to achieve all the targets in order! The nubering o the targets is to help your teacher plan or your learning, and you will learn in a dierent order to the target nubers. This is noral. Foundational Targets These targets are ones that you need to be luent in. This eans you can do the accurately and quickly. When you are luent, your learning in ore diicult tasks will becoe a lot easier. To achieve the target you need to be able to show two things. 1. You are accurate which eans aking no istakes 2. You are quick  which eans in answering in one or two seconds. When you are accurate and quick, you are really luent. Well done! Conceptual Targets These targets are linked to learning about slightly ore coplicated ideas. They ight need a bit o explanation, or the idea ight need you to use soe o your oundational knowledge to work out an answer and show your thinking. There are three stages to showing that you can do each Conceptual Target. 1. You need a little bit o support (ro your teacher or a classate or exaple) to be able to show you understand 2. You can accurately show your understanding without any help ro soeone else 3. You understand it so well that you can explain how to do it to soeone else in your class, and aybe support their learning. Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 2
3 Frequently Asked Questions How will I use y Target Book? You will work with your teacher and classates. When you are doing a piece o work that can be assessed against a target your teacher will tell you. You will decide i you have achieved the target. Your classates, or an adult in the class, ight help you decide i you have et the target. Once you have decided that you have achieved the target, you will ark it o. I you re not sure what to do, you can ask a classate or you can ask your teacher. How oten will I use y Target Book? Your Target Book is or you to keep a record o your progress. You will use it regularly. As you use it ore oten, you will begin to decide when to use the booklet or yoursel. To start with, your teacher or another adult working with you ight tell you that you need to have your booklet out. By Year 5 and Year 6 you should be able to ake decisions or yoursel about your learning and assessing your learning. You will ost probably realise you are doing soething you can assess when the learning objective is shared with you in a lesson. Who will look at y Target Book? The book is or you. You are the ain person who will look at it. Hopeully you will look at the book and decide on things you need to do to iprove your learning. Your teacher is always able to help you decide on what target you need to work towards, but all the evidence shows that when you ake that decision or yoursel your learning iproves ore quickly. Your teacher will look at your Target Book and the books o other children in your class. This will be to help ake decisions about how to teach certain lessons, and to ake sure the lesson is challenging enough to help you learn, but not so challenging or so easy that you can t ake progress. You ight show this book to your parents at a Terly Learning Conerence, and use it to help your parents understand how uch progress you have ade and what your next targets are. Where do the targets coe ro? The targets are linked to the National Curriculu. This is the docuent that tells schools what ust be taught, and which year group it is expected to be taught in. The Governent publish the National Curriculu, and ost schools in England have to ollow the National Curriculu. The National Curriculu has been written by teachers, headteachers and education experts who understand learning in each subject. It helps teachers decide on the best order to teach you the skills, knowledge and understanding that you will need as you get older. What happens i I get stuck? First o all, don t worry. Getting stuck is a noral part o learning. It shows that you are learning soething new, and that you need to put in a bit o eort to succeed. I you are prepared to put that eort in, then you will ake progress. Your teacher will help you, and will give you dierent ways o learning to ake sure you succeed. You can also talk to other people who have already achieved a target. They ight be in your class, or they ight be in a dierent year group. Don t be araid to ask help is always at hand! I you do not get stuck, the learning is probably too easy. Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 3
4 Curriculu Codes You will notice that each target has a code next to it, like this exaple below: 1F2 I can recognise odd and even nubers This is the curriculu code which is explained in the table below. It helps you understand which eleent o the atheatics curriculu you are working towards. This is the Target reerence, which is useul or your teacher. Use this table to help you understand the curriculu codes. Code What it eans Nuber and Place Value Npv This is all about knowing nubers, counting, and what each digit in a nuber represents. When you can read and write in nubers you will be uch ore conident in working out answers to probles Addition and Subtraction In developing this area you are learn nuber bonds that allow you to add and subtract entally with luency. You develop strategies to add and subtract bigger and saller nubers which are diicult to add and subtract entally. Multiplication and Division This is all about calculating cobinations o nubers. You learn your ultiplication tables so that you are luent, and understand how to use your ultiplication tables to quickly ind answers to related division acts. You also develop strategies to ultiply and divide bigger and saller nubers which are diicult to ultiply and divide nubers entally. Fractions F When you learn about ractions you learn about working with nubers saller than 1 where a nuber or quantity has been divided into a nuber o saller parts. You develop strategies to show ractions in the siplest or using your understanding o ultiplication and division, and you will ake links between ractions, decial nubers and percentages (see below). Decials D Decials nubers allow us to show nubers which are a saller part o a whole nuber. In developing your understanding o decials you will ake links with your Place Value knowledge. You also ake links with ractions and percentages. When copleting division calculations you will learn how to show reainders as a decial Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 4
5 Code What it eans Percentages P Percentages are special ractions, representing saller parts o 100. It is a way o representing a raction o a nuber, quantity or easureent. You will explore links with ractions and decials. You will develop your understanding o how percentages are used requently in the world around us. Properties o Shape Pos In this area you learn all about 2D and 3D shapes, including the naes o shapes and the vocabulary that deines shapes. As your knowledge and skills develop, you learn how to work out the area o 2D shapes and the volue o 3D shapes, and the link between shapes and angles. Statistics S Statistics is all about the way that nubers and diagras are used to show patterns in nuber. You learn how to draw and read dierent types o graphs, and as your understanding develops you will learn how to use nubers to ake predictions about what will happen in the uture. Position, direction and otion Pd It is really iportant to be able to accurately describe the ition o objects, starting with words like above and below. As your understanding develops you will be able to give increasingly precise and accurate descriptions o an object s ition, and then describe accurately the direction o any oveent. Moveent includes angles o turn easured in degrees. Measureent M You will learn how to easure distance, ass and weight, orce, tie, capacity and volue using standard and nonstandard units o easureent. You will develop ethods o working out changes in easureent including tie, and as your understanding develops you will becoe ore and ore precise in your easureents. Algebra A Rp In learning algebra you learn about substituting nubers or sybols, and how you can calculate ultiples o any aount using a orula. Algebra becoes ore and ore useul as you develop your atheatical understanding and allows you to prove soe quite coplicated ideas. Ratio and Proportion Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 5
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 2D shapes like rectangles, squares, circles and triangles 1F9 I can recognise and say the naes o coon 3D 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
8 Foundational Maths Targets (2) I a accurate I a quick I can apply it 2F1* I can say the value o each digit in a 2digit nuber (tens, ones) 2F2* I can read, write, copare and order nubers ro 0 up to 100; use <, > and = signs 2F3 I can add and subtract three 1digit nubers entally 2F4* I can add and subtract two 2digit nubers in y head 2F5* I can count on in 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s ro any 2digit nuber 2F6* I can recall ultiplication and division acts or the 2, 5 and 10 ultiplication tables 2F7 I can calculate the answer to ultiplication and division calculations within the ultiplication tables that I know and write the using the ultiplication (x), division ( ) and equals (=) signs 2F8* I can double any nuber up to and including 50 and work out hal o any even nuber up to F9* r I can ind and nae 1 / 3, 1 / 4, 2 / 4, and 3 / 4 o a length, shape, set o objects or quantity 2F10 r I can write siple ractions e.g. 1 / 2 o 6 = 3 and recognise the equivalence o two quarters and one hal 2F11 st I can show inoration in pictogras, tally charts, block diagras and siple tables 2F12 I can copare and sort coon 2D and 3D shapes and everyday objects 2F13* I can identiy say how any sides 2D shapes have 2F14 I can work out how any lines o syetry soe coon 2D shapes have 2F15 I can say how any edges, vertices and aces coon 3D shapes have 2F16 I can say which 2D shapes ake up the aces o coon 3D shapes 2F17 pd I can describe how an object is turning using words like: right angle, clockwise, anticlockwise, quarter turn, hal turn and three quarter turn. 2F18* I can read scales on easuring equipent like rulers, weighing scales, theroeters and easuring cylinders to the nearest nubered unit using standard units 2F19 I can copare and order easureents and record the results using >, < and = 2F20 I can add and subtract oney o the sae unit and cobine aounts o oney to ake a given value 2F21 I can tell and write the tie to 5 inutes including quarter past/to the hour and draw hands on a clock ace to show these ties 2F22* I can recall the nuber o inutes in an hour and the nuber o hours in the day. 2F23 I can copare and sequence intervals o tie Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 8
9 Conceptual Maths Targets (2) With support By ysel Supporting soeone else 2C1 2C2 2C3* 2C4* 2C5 I can solve word probles using place value and nuber acts with two digit nubers with soe accuracy I can choose i it is best to work out an answer using a ental ethod or a written ethod. I can prove that I can add two nubers in any order and get the sae answer I can prove that changing the order o nubers in a subtraction calculation akes the answer change I can use objects to calculate hal o an odd nuber o objects, giving the answer as a reainder and raction 2C6* 2C7* 2C8* 2C9 2C10 2C11 st st I can say how to check y answers or ultiplication and division calculations because they are the inverse o each other I can prove that I can ultiply two nubers in any order and get the sae answer I can prove that changing the order o nubers in a division calculation akes the answer change I can solve onestep probles involving ultiplication and division, using aterials, arrays, repeated addition, ental ethods, and ultiplication and division acts I can ind inoration ro pictogras, tally charts, block diagras and siple tables I can ask and answer siple questions by counting the nuber o objects in each category and sorting the categories by quantity 2C12* I can copare intervals o tie and sequence the in the right order. 2C13 I can write clear pictures or readers through y descriptions Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 9
10 Foundational Maths Targets (3) I a accurate I a quick I can apply it 3F1* I can say the value o each digit in a 3digit nuber (hundreds, tens, ones) 3F2* I can read, write, copare and order nubers up to F3* I can add and subtract ones, tens and hundreds to and ro any 3digit nuber 3F4 I can use colun addition and colun subtraction to add and subtract 3 digit nubers 3F5* I can recall and use ultiplication and division acts or the 3, 4 and 8 ultiplication tables 3F6* I can calculate the double o any nuber up to F7* I can calculate hal o any nuber up to F8 I can write and calculate atheatical stateents or ultiplication and division within the ultiplication tables I know, including 2digit nubers x 1digit nubers using ental and written ethods 3F9 I can count up and down in tenths 3F10 I can recognise, ind and write ractions o a discrete set o objects or nubers using ractions with a sall denoinator or a denoinator o 1 and put these in order 3F11 I can add and subtract ractions with the sae denoinator within one whole (e.g. 5/7 + 1/7 = 6/7) 3F12 I can identiy horizontal, vertical, perpendicular, parallel and curved lines in relation to other lines 3F13* pd I can identiy how any right angles ake up quarter, hal, threequarter and ull turns 3F14* pd I can say whether an angle is less than or greater than a right angle 3F15 3F16 3F17 3F18 pd I can relate understanding o rightangled turns and hal turns to copass itions. I can add and subtract aounts o oney to give change, using both and p in practical contexts I can estiate and read tie with increasing accuracy to the nearest inute; record and copare tie in ters o seconds, inutes, hours and o clock; use vocabulary such as a/p, orning, aternoon, noon and idnight I can record and copare tie in ters o seconds, inutes, hours and o clock; 3F19* 3F20* 3F21* I can use vocabulary such as a/p, orning, aternoon, noon and idnight I can recall the nuber o seconds in a inute and the nuber o days in each onth, year and leap year I can easure the perieter o siple 2D shapes using the best standard unit Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 10
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 onestep and twostep 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 2D and ake 3D shapes using odelling aterials; recognise these shapes in dierent orientations; and describe the with increasing accuracy I can recognise 2D and 3D 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
12 Foundational Maths Targets (4) I a accurate I a quick I can apply it 4F1 I can read and write Roan nuerals ro 1 to 100 (I to C) 4F2* I can count backwards through zero to include negative nubers 4F3* I can recognise the place value o each digit in a 4digit nuber (thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones), round any nuber to 10, 100 or and add ultiples o 10, 100 or entally 4F4* I can add ultiples o 10, 100 or to any nuber up to entally 4F5 I can use colun addition and colun subtraction to add and subtract nubers with up to 4digits 4F6* I can recall and use ultiplication and division acts including recognising actor pairs or ultiplication tables up to 12 x 12 4F7 I can use place value, known and derived acts to ultiply and divide entally, including: ultiplying by 0 and 1; dividing by 1; ultiplying together three nubers; doubling and halving any nuber 4F8* I can ultiply or divide 2digit and 3digit nubers by a 1digit nuber using eicient written ethods 4F9 I can recognise show and nae, using diagras, ailies o coon equivalent ractions including tenths and hundredths 4F10* I can count up and down in hundredths 4F11* I can recognise and write decial equivalents o ¼, ½ and ¾, n / 10 and n / 100 4F12* d I can round decials with one decial place to the nearest whole nuber 4F13 4F14 4F15 4F16 d I can read, write, copare and order nubers with the sae nuber o decial places up to two decial places I can copare and classiy geoetric shapes, including quadrilaterals and triangles based on their properties and sizes I can identiy acute and obtuse angles and copare and order angles by size up to two right angles I can identiy lines o syetry in 2D shapes presented in dierent orientations, and coplete syetry diagras or speciic lines o syetry 4F17* pd I can recognise and say what is the angle o turn associated with oveent between any o the eight copass points 4F18 I can convert between dierent units o easure or length, ass, capacity and tie (including between the 12 and 24hour clocks) 4F19* I can easure and calculate the perieter o a rectilinear igure (including squares) in centietres and etres Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 12
13 Conceptual Maths Targets (4) With support By ysel Supportin g soeone else 4C1 I can identiy, represent and estiate nubers using dierent representations or exaple easureent scales 4C2* I can estiate the answer to, and solve, nuber and practical probles that involve aking decisions about applying nuber acts, place value, rounding and estiation with increasingly large itive nubers 4C3 I can explain how the nuber syste has changed over tie to include the concept o zero and place value 4C4* I can solve addition and subtraction twostep probles in contexts, deciding which operations and ethods to use and explaining why 4C5 I can estiate the answer to, and solve probles, involving ultiplying and adding, including the distributive law and harder ultiplication probles 2 such as which n objects are connected to which objects 4C6* I can recognise that hundredths arise when dividing an object by a hundred and dividing tenths by ten 4C7 I can solve probles involving increasingly harder ractions to include nonunit ractions where the answer is not a whole nuber 4C8* I can add and subtract ractions with the sae denoinator 4C9 I can explain, using place value knowledge, the eect o dividing any nuber by 10 and 100 on the nuber and the digits in the nuber 4C10 d I can estiate the answer to, and solve siple easure and oney probles involving ractions and decials to 2 decial places 4C11 s I can interpret and present discrete data using bar charts and continuous data using appropriate graphical ethods, including bar charts and tie graphs 4C12 4C13 4C14 s pd pd I can solve coparison, su and dierence probles using inoration presented in bar charts, pictogras, tables and siple line graphs I can describe itions, and oveents between itions, on a 2D grid, and as coordinates in the irst quadrant I can describe oveents between itions as translations o a given unit to the let/right and up/down 4C15 I can plot speciied points and draw sides to coplete a given polygon 4C16 I can estiate, calculate, and copare the area o squares, rectangles and related coite shapes using standard units, including centietre squared (c 2 ) and etre squared ( 2 ) 4C17* I can solve probles including converting ro hours to inutes; inutes to second; years to onths; weeks to days 2 Harder ultiplications include 2digit x 2digit and 2digit x 3digit probles Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 13
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 4digits by a 1 or 2digit nuber using an eicient written ethod, including long ultiplication or 2digit nubers I can divide nubers up to 4 digits by a 1digit 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 3D shapes, including cubes and cuboids, ro 2D 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
15 Conceptual Maths Targets (5) With support By ysel Supporting soeone else 5C1 I can estiate the answer to, and solve, nuber and practical probles that involve nubers up to , using y knowledge o actors and ultiples, squares, cubes, itive and negative integers; including units o easureent 5C2* I can solve single and ultistep probles involving a cobination o addition, subtraction, ultiplication and division calculations, including understanding the eaning o the equals sign 5C3* I can explain y choice o calculation when solving single and ultistep probles 5C4 I can use rounding to check answers to calculations and deterine, in the context o a proble, levels o accuracy 5C5 I can explain what the vocabulary o prie nubers eans including prie nuber, prie actor and coite (nonprie) nuber 5C6* I can recognise and use square nubers and square roots, and the notation or squared ( 2 ) and cubed ( 3 ) 5C7 d p I can solve probles involving ultiplication and division including scaling by siple ractions and probles involving siple rates 5C8* I can add and subtract ractions with the sae denoinator and related ractions including writing atheatical stateents that exceed 1 as a ixed nuber: (e.g. 2/5 + 4/5 = 6/5 = 1 1 / 5) 5C9 I can ultiply proper ractions and ixed nubers by whole nubers, supported by aterials and diagras 5C10* d I can solve probles involving nubers up to three decial places 5C11* p I can explain what the percent sybol eans and relate y understanding to parts o a whole nuber or whole quantity 5C12 5C13 p a I can solve probles which require knowing percentage and decial equivalents o 1 / 2, 1 / 4, 1 / 5, 2 / 5 and 4 / 5 and those ractions with a denoinator o a ultiple o 10 or 25. I can use sybols and letters to represent variables and issing nubers in atheatical situations such as:  Missing nubers, lengths, coordinates and angles  Arithetical rules (e.g. a+b = b+a)  Nuber puzzles (e.g. What two nubers can add up to?) 5C14 s 5C15* s I can solve coparison, su and dierence probles using inoration presented in line graphs I can coplete, read and interpret inoration in tables, including tietables 5C16 I can draw shapes ro given diensions and angles 5C17 5C18 I can use the properties o rectangles to deduce related acts and ind issing lengths and angles I can distinguish between regular and irregular polygons based on reasoning about equal sides and angles 5C19 I can prove that shapes with the sae areas can have dierent perieters Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 15
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 4digits by a 2digit whole nuber using long ultiplication I can divide nubers up to 4digits by a 2digit 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 1digit 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 3D 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
18 Conceptual Maths Targets (6) With support By ysel Supportin g soeone else 6C1* I can use estiation to check answers to calculations and deterine an appropriate level o accuracy 6C2* d I can calculate decial raction equivalents (e.g ) or a siple raction (e.g. 3 / 8) and explain how I ve done it 6C3* I can add and subtract ractions with dierent denoinators and ixed nubers, using the concept o equivalent ractions 6C4 I can ultiply siple pairs o proper ractions, writing the answer in its siplest or (e.g. ¼ x ½ = 1/8) 6C5 I can divide proper ractions by whole nubers (e.g 1 / 3 2 = 6) 6C6* d I can use written division ethods in cases where the answer has up to 2 decial places 6C7* I can solve probles which require answers to be rounded to speciied degrees o accuracy 6C8 a I can work out the sibilities o cobinations o two variables 6C9 rp I can solve probles involving the relative sizes o two quantities where issing values can be ound by using integer ultiplication and division acts 6C10 rp I can solve probles involving unequal sharing and grouping using knowledge o ractions and ultiples 6C11* rp I can solve probles involving siilar shapes where the scale actor is known or can be ound 6C12 s I can interpret and construct pie charts and line graphs and use these to solve probles 6C13* s I can solve dierent types o probles using averages 6C14 I can copare and classiy geoetric shapes based on their properties and sizes and ind unknown angles in any triangles, quadrilaterals, and regular polygons 6C15* I can illustrate and nae parts o circles, including radius, diaeter and circuerence and know that the diaeter is twice the radius 6C16 6C17 d I can solve probles involving the calculation and conversion o units o easure, using decial notation to three decial places where appropriate I can use, read, write and convert between standard units, converting easureents o length, ass, volue and tie ro a saller unit o easure to a larger unit, and vice versa, including between iles and kiloetres using decial notation to three decial places 6C18* I can recognise when it is necessary to use the orulae or area and volue o shapes 6C19 I can calculate, estiate and copare volue o cubes and cuboids using standard units, including centietre cubed (c 3 ) and cubic etres ( 3 ) and extending to other units, such as 3 and k 3 Copyright 2014 EdisonLearning Ltd. All Rights Reserved 18
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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