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This term the students will be exploring with numbers up to 30; counting, estimating, adding and subtracting. They will also count in 2s and 5s. The students will be introduced to 2-d and 3-d shapes and their properties and finding out which shapes roll, which are curved and straight. During Statistics lessons, they will be identifying repeated pattern of shape and colour.

SOUTHCOTE STEPS ASSESSMENT

 

Numbers

SS7 

•          Joins in rote counting to 10

•          Counts to 5 correctly and puts out objects to 5 reliably

•          Says how many in a group up to 5.

•          Understands zero means none

•          Knows the last number said is how many in the group

•          Matches quantities to 5 to numerals

•          Recognises less and more in a range of practical situations

•          Counts objects when asked how many reliably

•          Understands add 1 more in practical situations

•          Recounts when the amount has been changed

•          Beginning to count

 

SS8

•          Recognises numerals counts independently to 2

•          Joins in counting backwards from 10

•          Makes sets of up to 8

•          Finds requested number on a number line

•          Adds one more in a practical situation and recounts without practical support

•          Takes one away in practical situation and recounts without practical support

•          Sequences numerals to 10 consistently

•          Count on from any given number up to 10

•          Uses ordinal numbers 1st, 2nd, 3rd

•          Recognises which group have more and less

 

SS9                                                             

•          To rote count from 20 - 30

•          To count backwards from 20

•          To recognise numerals 20-30

•          To count independently to 20

•          To know 1 more up to 10 without practical support

•          To know 1 less up to 10 without practical support

•          To group practical objects into twos to count

•          To add and subtract two 1 digit numbers

•          To count on from any given number to

•          To estimate objects to 20

•          To use ordinal numbers to 10                                   

                                               

                                               

Shapes

SS 7                                         

•          Recognises shapes regardless of size, colour

•          States if object is moving forward, backward, fast or slow

•          Uses comparative language hot and cold

•          States if a container is full or empty

•          Orders 3 objects by size

•          Recognises object long and short where the difference is great

•          Practically from a choice of 2 identifies light and object

•          Understands terms straight and round

•          Uses some colour names not always correctly

•          Matches practical shape to symbol

 

 SS 8                                                                                                            

•          Orders 4 objects by size

•          States smallest and biggest out of a selection of object

•          Recognise square, triangle, circle, rectangle

•          Recognise triangles regardless of type (equilateral, isosceles, scalene, right angled)- not by name

•          Explore pentagons and hexagons

•          Begin to use names of days of the week (may not be correct)

•          Respond to language straight and curved

•          Handle 3D shapes

•          Identify shapes within a picture

•          Recognise shapes within the environment

•          Recognises colours - red, blue, green and yellow                                         

                                               

SS9

•          To match pictures of shapes in different orientations

•          To identify smallest and biggest from a selection of pictures

•          To sort 2D from 3D shapes

•          To identify difference between 2D and 3D shapes

•          To order 6 objects by size

•          To name any 4 days of the week

•          To name any 6 months of a year

•          To name all common colours - red, green, blue, yellow, red, purple, pink, orange, black, white

•          To move in different directions

•          To identify objects, we can measure using a ruler, scales and a measuring jug                                               

                                                                                   

Statistics                                            

SS7

•          Sorts by colour in a familiar environment                                        

•          Sorts by size and shapes                                                                   

•          Recognises obvious error in a group                                     

•          Begin to count when asked how many                                             

•          Give colour name when asked what colour                                      

•          Give shape name when asked what shape

•          Give size name when asked how big

•          Copy a 2 stage repeated pattern of shape and colour

•          Sorts by colour in a different environment

•          To identify the odd one out from a choice of 4                                                                                   

 

SS8

•          Pupils complete a 2 stage repeating patterns

•          Pupils copy a 3-stage repeated pattern

•          Take turns in an adult led game with 1 other peer

•          Take turns in an adult led game with 3 other peers

•          Plays with picture and dot dominoes

•          Play dice game with adult support

•          Use mathematical language in problem solving situation - score in games, set    tables for a picnic

•          Use ordinal language to describe position

•          Make estimates of amounts up to 10

•          Make estimates in length i.e. how many hand spans across the table

•          Rotate pieces to fit into a jigsaw                                           

                                                  

SS9

•          To continue a 4-stage repeated pattern

•          To create own patterns with three colours

•          To take turns in a group game

•          To solve simple practical problems involving counting to 20

•          To solve simple practical problems involving ordinal numbers

•          To use mathematical language for addition and subtraction

•          To make estimates of objects to 15

•          To solve simple practical problems involving addition and subtraction

•          To create a simple pattern using numbers e.g.: 1, 3, 1, 3, 1, 3

•          To make estimates of pictures to 15

•          To use Maths skills learnt in role play situations (EG counting, language)

•          To be introduced to problem solving language

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