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1 Ma Data Hling: Interpreting Processing representing Ma Shape, space measures: position shape Written Mental method s Operations relationship s between them Fractio ns Number s the Ma1 Using Str Levels - 1C 1B 1A Level 1 - Maths Targets can use maths as part of classroom activities show my work using objects or pictures 12 can talk about my work can explain what my work shows see simple patterns 1 I can count up to objects 1 I can order s to I can read write s up to 2 I can show you one-half of a shape or object I can add two or more s together I can start with a bigger subtract a smaller I can add subtract s of objects to I can count in s I can count in 2 s I know my doubles up to double 8 I can count in s addition subtraction with up to objects I can record my work with objects, pictures or diagrams I can use the symbols + = I can name some shapes 1 I can use my own words to describe 2- D / -D shape, e.g. large, small, triangle, side, corner 1 I can sort shapes say how I have sorted them 1 I can use my own words to describe positions of 2-D -D shapes, e.g. under, on top of, next to 1 I can describe using forwards, backwards, turn 1 I can compare lengths of objects put them in order I can order sequence everyday events I can use words to compare things, e.g. longer, shortest, heaviest, lighter I can use words about time, including days of the week I can read the time at the hour am beginning to know the half hour I can sort classify objects into two sets, e.g. thick / thin, boy / girl I can record show my work, e.g. by using objects or pictures to create simple block graphs I can say how I have sorted objects why objects belong in a particular set

2 Ma Data Hling: Processing representing Ma Shape, space measures: Propertie s of position movemen t shape Written Mental Operations decimals, ratio & proportion Numbers the Ma1 Using Levels - 2C 2B 2A Str Level 2 - Maths Targets choose the maths I need to use in classroom activities I can talk about my work using maths words I can show my work using symbols diagrams 12 I can predict what will come next in a simple, shape or pattern sequence I can explain why an answer is correct I can count a set of objects accurately 2 I can group objects in s, 2s s I can order s up to 0 I recognise sequences such as odd even s 1 I underst place value of tens units I know what halves quarters of a shape are I can use the idea of half a shape to help me work out half of a small I know that subtraction is the inverse (opposite) of addition I underst that halving is a way of undoing doubling the other way round I can add subtract facts to I can recall doubles up to + To recall multiplication facts for 2 s s s involving length weight involving money I can choose the right operation when solving addition subtraction I can add subtract 2 digit 1 digit s I can record my work in writing, such as sentences 8 I can name 2-D -D shapes such as square, triangle, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, cube, cylinder, sphere, cuboid, pyramid 1 I can describe the position of objects eg behind, in front 1 I can describe the properties of 2-D -D shapes, including of sides, faces corners 1 straight turning s right angles in turns I can measure length using h spans. I can measure weight using cubes I can measure capacity using cupfuls I know which measuring tools to use for particular purposes I can measure length using m cm I can measure weight using kg g I can measure capacity using l ml I can read scales to the nearest labelled division I can read the time at quarter past quarter to the hour I can sort classify objects using different criteria I can record results in simple lists, tables, pictograms block graphs 2 I use words like lists, tables, pictograms block graphs, most common, most popular, least common, least popular I can count sort to test a question 2 I can ask answer questions based on information in simple lists, tables, pictograms block graphs 2

3 Ma Data Hling: Processing representing Ma Shape, space measures: position Properties of shape Written Mental method s Operations decimals, ratio & proportion Numbers the Ma1 Using Stra nd Levels - C B A Level - Maths Targets I can choose the maths I need to use in classroom activities I can use talk about mathematical symbols diagrams 1 I can try different ways of overcoming difficulties when solving 1 I can find examples to match a statement I can check correct my work 1 I can look for patterns use them to find other possible outcomes 1 I underst place value (Th, H, T, U) in s to 00 I recognise sequences such as multiples of, 1 I can round s to make approximations I recognise negative s in contexts such as temperature I can work with simple fractions such as halves, quarters, thirds tenths to find fractions of shapes I can use decimal in contexts such as money I can work with simple fractions such as halves, quarters, thirds tenths to find sets of objects when fractions are several parts of a whole I know when two simple fractions are the same / equivalent I know that the = sign means the things either side of it are equal 1, 2 I know that division facts can be found from multiplication facts 8 I know that division is the inverse (opposite) of multiplication 8 I can add 2 digit s mentally I can recall the 2,,, x tables I can subtract 2 digit s mentally I am beginning to know the,, 8 x tables I can use mental recall of addition subtraction facts to to help me solve with bigger s 12 with whole s I can choose the right to use (e.g. + - x or ), 1 involving time 2 I can multiply 2 digit s by 2,,, I can divide 2 digit s by 2,,, I can divide 2 digit s by 2,,, with remainders, I can use written to add subtract digit s I can classify 2-D -D shapes in various ways eg reflective symmetry I underst the terms regular irregular angles that are 0 degrees, acute obtuse right-angled equilateral triangles the nets of simple D shapes shapes in different positions eg in a vertical or horizontal mirror line or regular shapes that are rotated I can describe position, using terms such as left/right, clockwise, half turn etc. 2 I can reflect simple shapes in a grid or in a vertical or horizontal mirror line I know that there are 0 degrees in a full turn 2 I can use stard units of measure of length, capacity mass in a range of contexts 2 I can use stard units of time 2 I can read the time at five minute intervals read digital time 2 I can gather information, e.g. through surveys 2 I can use Carroll diagrams to sort classify information bar charts where the scale is more than 1. 2 pictograms where the picture equals more than 1. 2 I can use Venn diagrams to sort classify information I can extract interpret information in simple tables, lists, bar charts pictograms 2

4 Ma Data H Plan ling: ning colle Ma Shape, space measures: Processing representing Properties of position shape Algebra Mental, written Operati ons relation ships betwee decimals, ratio & proportion Number s the Ma1 Using Levels - C B A Str I can present my work in a clear, organised way Level - Maths Targets I can use mathematical vocabulary accurately I can develop strategies to solve I can apply my strategies in different contexts 1 1 describe patterns I can change mixed s to improper fractions improper fractions to mixed s facts corresponding to up to x I can use a range of mental with all n them I can quickly give division I can choose appropriate to solve I can use interpret co-ordinates in the first quadrant 2 lines of reflective symmetry I can multiply divide whole s by or 0 I can order s to three decimal places I can use brackets in simple calculations I can quickly give multiplication facts up to x I can carry out two step I can check my answer makes sense I can look at a problem write the calculations needed to solve it. (formulae) 1 name different types of triangles I can visualise shapes recognise them in different orientations 1 I can work with multiples, factors square s approximate parts of a whole I am aware of simple ratio 8 I can use inverse I can use written of addition, subtraction, short multiplication division I can interpret a display to show money name different quadrilaterals I can find solutions by trying out ideas of my own I can use simple equivalence of fractions, decimals percentages to describe part of a whole I can add subtract decimals to 2 places I can multiply a decimal by a single digit 12 I can carry out simple calculations involving negative s I underst properties of 2-D -D shape I can reflect simple shapes in a mirror line I can choose use appropriate units instruments eg I know when it is best to use a ruler or a metre stick I can find areas by counting whole & part squares 2 I can translate a shape horizontally or vertically B I can accurately interpret s on a range of measuring instruments eg length to mm 2 I can find perimeters of simple shapes 2 I can draw 2-D shapes in different orientations using a grid I can measure draw acute obtuse angles to the nearest degrees I can rotate a simple shape about its centre or a vertex I can use units of time eg in timetables in calculating time intervals over the hour I can record using a cting I can choose use suitable frequency diagrams, including bar charts pictograms where the scale equals, or 0 I underst the language of probability such as likely, fair, even certain frequency table I can use Venn Carroll diagrams to sort classify my own information 2 I can interpret frequency diagrams line graphs I underst can use the mode range 2 I can choose appropriate to collect 2 I can construct simple line graphs I can interpret the total amount of represented I can group into suitable intervals 2 pie charts 2 I can interpret different scales I can compare sets of

5 Ma Data Hling: Processing representing Planning collecting Ma Shape, space measures: position shape Algebra Mental, written Operations decimals, ratio & proportion Numbers the Ma1 Using Levels - C B A Str Level - Maths Targets I can identify obtain necessary information to solve mathematical tasks 1 I can use symbols, words diagrams to show my understing of mathematical situations word in a range of contexts 1 I can check the reasonableness of my results 1 I can explain justify my solutions I can round decimals to the nearest decimal place I can order negative s in context I can multiply divide whole s decimals by, 0, 00 explain the effect I recognise, use predict patterns eg 2 digit prime s I underst can work with simple ratio I can reduce a fraction to its simplest form I can use fraction equivalences I can order decimals different fractions 8 I can use the order of, including brackets I can use known facts place value knowledge of to calculate I can apply inverse I can add subtract negative s I can estimate using approximations I can multiply divide a digit by a 2 digit I can calculate fractions / percentages of quantities I can use all four with decimals to 2 places involving negative s involving ratio proportion 8 I can use inverses, estimates etc to check solutions I can use interpret co-ordinates in all four quadrants 2 I can express simple formulae using symbols 1 I know can use the sum of angles in triangles around a point to calculate missing angles I underst recognise parallel perpendicular edges faces I can classify quadrilaterals triangles according to a wide range of properties I can identify all the reflective rotational symmetries of 2-D shapes I can draw shapes with particular properties 2 I can transform shapes via reflection, rotation translation I can reason about shapes, positions s, including using nets for -D shapes I can read interpret scales explain what labelled divisions represent 2 I can use language associated with angles I can use formulae to calculate area & perimeter 2 I can convert units of measure to solve 2 I can measure draw angles to the nearest degree 2 I can make sensible estimates of a range of measures 2 I can choose to collect to test my hypotheses 2 I underst that different outcomes may result from repeating an experiment 1 I know if probability can be calculated I underst can use the mean 0 I underst can use the probability scale 2 I can create interpret line graphs where the intermediate values have meaning I can find justify probabilities based on likely outcomes I can interpret frequency diagrams line graphs draw conclusions Compare 2 sets of using the range, mode, median or mean I can interpret compare pie charts with different sample sizes where information is presented in a misleading way 2 After drawing conclusions, I can identify further questions to ask

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