The Primary 1 Maths syllabus consists of the main areas: whole numbers, money, measurement & geometry and statistics.
> Children must be able to count to tell the number of objects in a given set
>Number notation, representations and place values (tens, ones)
>Reading and writing numbers in numerals and in words
>Comparing the number of objects in two or more sets
>Comparing and ordering numbers
>Patterns in number sequences
>Ordinal numbers (first, second, up to tenth) and symbols (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc)
>Number bonds for numbers up to 10
>Concepts of addition and subtraction
>How to use +, – and =
>Relationship between addition and subtraction
>Adding more than two 1-digit numbers
>Addition and subtraction within 100
>Adding and subtracting using algorithms
>Solving 1-step word problems involving addition and subtraction within 20
>Mental calculation involving addition and subtraction (within 20, of a 2-digit number and ones without renaming and of a 2-digit number and tens)
>Concepts of multiplication and division
>Use of x
>Multiplying within 40
>Dividing within 20
>Solving 1-step word problems involving multiplication and division with pictorial representation
>Counting amount of money (in cents up to $1 and in dollars up to $100)
>Solving 1-step word problems involving addition and subtraction of money in dollars only (or in cents only)
>Length – Measuring and comparing the length of objects in non-standard units
>Time – Telling time to the hour/half hour
>Shapes – Identifying, naming, describing and classifying 2D shapes (rectangle, square, circle, and triangle)
>Making or completing patterns with 2D shapes according to one or two of the following attributes size, shape, colour and orientation 4.Statistics
Data representation and interpretation
>Picture graphs – reading and interpreting data from picture graphs
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