**Unified Schemes of Work for Primary Schools. Lagos State Ministry of Education Primary 2**

**General Mathematics Scheme of Work all terms.**

**MATHEMATICS PRIMARY 3 (BASIC 3) FIRST TERM SCHEME**

WEEK: 1

**TOPIC: Revision/ Resumption Test**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 200 – 600

Writing Skill:

- Writing of numerals 1- 600
- Quantitative reasoning

Importance:

- Value of bigger numbers are used in the banks in term of money transaction.
- Parents and the children use counting on daily basis.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Count and reverse the counting of numbers 1-300
- Write numbers from 1-600
- State the value and place value on each digit number from 1-600
- Skip count numbers in 4s, 3s, 5s and 10s
- Solve real life problems on counting.
- Quantitative reasoning.
- Sing songs on counting of numbers

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a class count and identify numbers 1-600.
- Pupils as individuals write numbers 1-600.
- Pupils state the value and place value of numbers in units (U), tens (T), and hundred (H) on numbers 1- 600

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and Collaboration skill
- Critical thinking and problems solving

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Number charts
- Counters
- https://study.com/videolink
- www.youtube.com
- https://zaperson.com

WEEK: 2

**TOPIC: Counting of whole numbers**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 601- 620

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers
- Counting of whole numbers
- Counting in groups
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance:

- Big items like cement, iron rods are counted measured in higher numbers.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 601-620
- Order numbers from 1- 620
- Count from1- 620
- Write numbers 601- 620 in numerals and in words
- Skip counting 5s,and 6s
- Reverse the counting and
- Writing of numbers
- Count numbers in group of units, tens, hundreds and thousands
- Sing songs on counting of numbers
- Solve real life problems on quantitative related on counting and

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a class count numbers 601-620 using number flashcards
- Pupils individually write numbers 601-620
- Pupils in groups count numbers in hundreds, tens, fives, three, twos

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication & collaboration
- Critical thinking and problem solving
- Communication & collaboration
- Critical thinking and problem solving

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Flashcard
- Number card

Web link

- https://www.theenglish.com

WEEK: 3

**TOPIC: PLACE VALUE OF NUMBERS:**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 621 â€“ 640

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers
- Value and place value of numbers
- Quantitative Reasoning
- Used in counting items including money

IMPORTANCE;

- Big Items like cement, iron rods are counted and measured In higher quantity

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identity numbers from 621-640
- Order numbers from 1- 640
- Count numbers1-640
- Write numbers 500- 640 in numerals and in words
- Write numbers from 1-640
- Skip count in 6s, and 7s
- Reverse the counting and
- Writing of numbers,
- Count numbers in groups of units, tens, hundred and (htu) and find their place values,
- Sing songs on numbers,
- Solve real life problems on quantitative related to counting and writing of numbers
- Group numbers into hundreds, tens and units
- State and identify the value of numbers
- Write the value of each number in a chain of numbers

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Individual pupil to group numbers into Hundred (II), Tens (T) and Units (II).
- Identity the value of number in a digit
- State the value of numbers in any digit given.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Critical thinking & problem solving
- Creativity
- Communication and collaboration
- Critical thinking & problem solving
- Creativity

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Counting chart
- Web link
- www.purplemaths.com
- Abacus
- Counting sticks
- Counting chart

WEEK: 4

**TOPIC: ORDERING OF WHOLE NUMBERS.**

The use of symbols >, < and = (greater than, less than and equal to).

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 641- 660

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Ordering of whole numbers.
- The use of symbols >, < and = (greater than, less than and equal to).
- Grouping numbers in thousand, hundred, tens, units.
- Value and place value of numbers
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance:

- Helps in differentiating between value of money e.g Naira and kobo

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 641-660
- Order numbers from 1- 750
- Count from 1-660
- Write numbers 600- 660 In numerals and words
- Count numbers from 1-660
- Write numbers from 1-660
- Skip count In 6s, and 7s and 9s
- Express inequalities of 2 or 3 digits numbers using >, < or =
- Interpret the symbols >,<,= and use them to determine the value between two numbers
- Group numbers into hundred, tens and units
- State and identify the value numbers.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils In pairs perform task on magnitude of numbers using the symbols >, < or =
- Pupils In groups put each of the numbers in the abacus.
- Individual pupil to group numbers into thousand Hundred (H), Tens (T) and Units (U).
- Pupils identify the value of digit in a number.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Critical thinking & problem solving
- Leadership and Personal development

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Chart ordering fractions
- Chart containing conversion of fraction.

Site link

WEEK: 5

**TOPIC: Fractions**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 661- 680

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Fractions.
- Fraction of shapes like squares, rectangles, triangles and circles
- Fractions of numbers
- Quantitative Reasoning

IMPORTANCE

- To know which fraction of items bought by the pupils from whole
- Helps in sharing items among pupils appropriately

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 661 -680
- Order numbers from 1- 680
- Count from1- 680
- Write numbers 660- 600 in numerals and in words
- Count numbers from 1-680
- Write numbers from 1-680
- Skip count in 6s, and 7s and 9s
- Draw fractions in different shapes like squares, rectangles, triangles and circles
- Write fractions of any shape in numbers
- Write fractions of any concrete object
- Solve problems on quantitative reasoning.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils In groups draw and divide different shape into equal fractions.
- Then inscribe the fraction into equal in the same groups of the division.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Critical thinking & problem solving
- Leadership and Personal development

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Card board
- Flashcard

WEEK: 6

**TOPIC: FRACTIONS**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 631- 700

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers
- Equivalent fractions
- Ordering of fractions
- Adding fractions of the same denominators
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance:

- Field of sports
- Time calculation
- Buying and selling
- Collation of results in the schools

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 681-700
- Order numbers from 1- 700
- Count from1- 700
- Write numbers 681- 700 in numerals and in words
- Count numbers from 1-700
- Write numbers 1-700
- Skip count in 6s, and 7s and 9s
- Write the fractions of the same denominators
- Solve real life problems on fractions
- Quantitative reasoning
- Use symbols to determine the value of fractions,
- Add fractions of the same denominators
- Solve problems on quantitative reasoning.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils in pairs write pairs of different fractions and use the symbols to determine their values as: 1. 2/s < 3/s, 2 2/3 > % etc.
- Pupils in groups draw and divide different shapes into equal fractions.
- Then Inscribe the fractions into equal in the same groups of the division.
- Pupils in small groups add the fractions of the same denominators

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Leadership and personal development
- Critical thinking and problem solving
- Communication and collaboration

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Flash card
- Card board

Web link

WEEK 7. MID TERM BREAK

WEEK: 8

**TOPIC: ADDITION OF WHOLE NUMBERS**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers1-400, 401-700 and 1- 700

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Addition of 2 or digits numbers without exchanging or renaming
- Addition of 3 digits numbers with remaining
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance:

- Buying and selling of articles
- Exchange rate
- Banking sector

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers 401-700
- Order numbers 400-700
- Count numbers 1-700
- Write numbers 400- 700 in numerals and words
- Count numbers from 1-700
- Write numbers from 1-700
- Skip count in 6s,
- Add two 2,3-digits numbers with exchanging or renaming
- Add three 2-digits numbers taking two at a time
- Solve real life problems
- Solve quantitative reasoning

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils in small groups arrange counters in bundles of tens and units.
- Pupils in groups add two 3-digits numbers with remaining e.g. Add 365 and 436

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration.
- Leadership and personal development skill
- Critical thinking and problem solving skill

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Bundles of stick
- Abacus
- https://www.betterexplain.com

Video link

WEEK: 9

**TOPIC: ADDITION OF NUMBERS**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 701- 720, 401-720, 1- 720

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Addition of Numbers
- Addition of 2, 3 digits numbers using partial sum method
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance:

- Forex Market
- lkut transactions
- Buying and selling

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 701-720
- Order numbers from 1-720
- Count numbers 1-720
- Write numbers 400- 720 in numerals and in words
- Skip count in 6s, 7s, 9s and 10s
- Add two 3- digits numbers using partial sum method tell addition story and solve
- Solve real problems
- Solve quantitative reasoning

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils in pairs add two 2-digits numbers using partial sum methods.
- Pupils in small groups use number flash cards to find the partial sum method of 3-digit numbers, e.g. i.215 = 200 + 10 + 5 of 3
- Use partial sum method to add 132 and 243.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration.
- Leadership and personal development
- Critical thinking and problem solving skill

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Charts
- Counters
- Abacus

Web link

Video link

WEEK: 10

**TOPIC: SUBTRACTION OF NUMBERS**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 721- 750

Writing Skills:

- Writing of the numbers
- Subtraction of two 2-3 digits numbers without renaming or exchanging using partial sum.
- subtraction of two 2-3 digits numbers with remaining or exchanging
- Quantitative Reasoning

IMPORTANCE:

- Banking sector
- buying and Selling,
- Forex Exchange.
- Petty- trading.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identity numbers from 721-750
- Order numbers from 1- 750
- Count numbers 1-750
- Write numbers 401- 750 In numerals and words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s.7s, 9sand 10s
- Subtract two 2-3 digit numbers without remaining
- Subtract two 2-3 digits numbers with remaining
- Solve real life problems
- Solve the quantitative reasoning

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils in small groups arrange counters in bundles of hundreds, tens and units
- Subtract 2-3 digits numbers with remaining using partial sum
- Subtract two 2-3 digit numbers without remaining

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Charts
- Counters

Site link

Video link

WEEK: 11

**TOPIC: Revision**

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- recall the work for the term
- ask questions on area of difficulties

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a class answer the revision question orally
- Pupils as a doss practice the revision questions

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Creativity and imagination
- Critical thinking and problems solving
- Communication and collaboration

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

12 EXAMINATION

13 EXAMINATION

**Unified Schemes of Work for Primary Schools. Lagos State Ministry of Education Primary 2**

**General Mathematics Scheme of Work all terms.**

## GENERAL **MATHEMATICS PRIMARY 3 SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK**

WEEK: 1

**TOPIC: Revision of first termâ€™s work**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 1-750
- Resumption test/revision on counting and writing numerals up to 750.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Recall some of the first termâ€™s work
- Practice more on counting and grouping of numbers
- Acquire more skills on fractions

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- The pupils practice more questions on first term’s work.
- Pupils as a class answer questions on last termâ€™s work especially on counting, grouping of numbers and fractions.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration.
- Critical thinking and problem solving

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- First term past questions.

WEEK: 2

**TOPIC: FRACTIONS**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers from 751-770, 401-770 and 1-770

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers
- Addition and subtraction of fractions with the same denominators.
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance.

- To differentiate between items of the same value.
- used in sharing gifts or other items among people

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 751-770
- Order numbers from 1-770
- Count numbers 1-770
- Write numbers 401- 770 in numerals and in words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 9s and 10s
- Add fractions of the same denominators
- Subtract fractions with the same denominator
- Solve real life problems on fractions
- solve quantitative reasoning.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils in pairs select fraction flash cards having the same denominators: Thus3/10 and 5/10, and V* and 2/4etc
- Pupils in groups add fractions with the same denominators e.g 3/10 + 4/10 = 3 + 4/4 = 7/10
- Pupils as a groups subtract fractions with the same denominators e.g5/7- 2/7

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Critical thinking and problems solving
- Leadership and personal development
- Creativity and imagination

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Cardboard showing addition and subtraction of fraction orange

Site link

Video

WEEK: 3

**TOPIC: MULTIPLICATION OF NUMBERS.**

Counting Skill;

- Numbers 771-790, 1-790

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers,
- Multiplication of 2digitsby 1digit number
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance

- Banking Sector
- Government offices
- Collation of results in schools

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 771 -790
- Order numbers from 1 – 790
- Count numbers 1 – 790
- Write numbers 401 – 790 in numerals and words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 9s and 10s
- Recite multiplication tables of 2-5
- Multiply 2 digits number by1digit number
- Solve real life problems on multiplication
- Solve quantitative reasoning questions on multiplication.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a class recite multiplication tables of 2 to 5.
- Pupils use repeated addition to multiply numbers e.g. 4×5 = 4 + 4 +4+ 4 +4 = 20
- Pupils in small groups multiply 2 digits number by 1 digit number e.g. (a) 3 4 (b) 4 5
- Pupils tell multiplication story and solve it.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Critical thinking and Problems Solving.
- Leadership and personal development
- Communication and collaboration

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Flash card
- Chart
- Orange

Site link

- www.ducLstevs.com

Video link

- www.purplemath.com

WEEK: 4

**TOPIC: MULTIPLICATION OF NUMBERS**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 791-810

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Multiplication of three 1-digit numbers taking two at a time.

Importance:

- Banking Sector
- Buying and Selling
- School results collation

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 791-81O
- Order numbers from 1-810
- Count numbers1-810
- Write numbers 401- 810 in numerals and words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s,5s, 6s, 7s,9s and 10s
- Multiply three1- digit numbers taking two at a time
- Solve real life problems on multiplication
- Solve quantitative reasoning questions.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils in pairs solve multiplication of three 1-digt numbers taking two at a time

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Critical thinking and problem solving
- Creativity and imagination

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Abacus
- Time table

Site

- https:Ilen.m.wikipedia.org
- www.myhomeCampus.com

Video

WEEK: 5

## TOPIC: MULTIPLICATION** OF NUMBERS.**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 811-830

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Distributive rule of multiplication over addition and subtraction
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance,

- School results collation
- Banking sector
- Government offices
- Buying and selling

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 811 -830
- Order numbers from 1 – 8 3 0
- Count numbers 1- 830
- Write numbers 401- 830 in numerals and words
- Reverse the counting of the of multiplication over addition and subtraction numbers
- Skip count in 3s. 5s, 6s, 7s,9s and 10s
- Multiply simple numbers expand using distributive rules over addition and subtraction
- Solve real life problems
- Solve quantitative reasoning.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a class recite multiplication tables 2, 3, 5 and 10
- Pupils in pairs use number cards to subtract and add some numbers; e.g 8 + 3 = 11, 8-3 = 5
- Pupils in groups expand multiplication using distributive rules over addition and subtraction

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Critical thinking and personal development
- Creating and imagination

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Counter
- Times table
- Bundle of stick
- www.try.homecanopy.com

Video

WEEK: 6

**TOPIC: DIVISION OF WHOLE NUMBERS**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 831-850

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Division without reminder
- Factors of whole numbers not exceeding 48.
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance:

- Sharing of items among children
- Calculation of average performance
- Collation of school’s results.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identity numbers from 831-850
- Order numbers from 1-850
- Count numbers1-850
- Write numbers 401- 850 in numerals and words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s,7s, 9s and10s
- Divide 2-digits number by1-digit number without remainder
- Express factors of whole numbers not exceeding 48
- Solve real life problems on division
- Solve quantitative reasoning on division.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a class, recite the multiplication table and are guided to realize that opposite of multiplication is division
- Pupils as a group write the factors of some numbers not exceeding 48.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and Collaboration
- Critical thinking and Problem solving
- Leadership and Personal development
- Creativity and Imagination.

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Counters
- Abacus
- Charts.

Sites

Video

WEEK 7. MID-TERMBREAK

WEEK: 8

**TOPIC: OPEN SENTENCES**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 1-400, 1- 401-850 and 1- 850

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Quantitative reasoning

Importance:

- Useful in prediction
- To know the value of variation of items
- Measurement comparison.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 401 -850
- Order numbers from 1 – 850
- Count numbers 1 -850
- Write numbers 401 – 850 in numerals and words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 9s and 10s
- Find the missing numbers in open sentences
- Identify different methods in solving addition and subtraction in open sentences
- Solve real life problems on open sentence
- Solve quantitative reasoning.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a class find the missing numbers in an open sentences e.g: + 21 = 52
- Pupils as a class solve the addition and subtraction problems in open sentences.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication & collaboration
- Critical thinking and problem solving
- Leadership and Personal Development

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

Video

- www.youtube.com

WEEK: 9

**TOPIC: Money**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 851 – 870

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Changing money not exceedingÂ«50 into smaller units
- Addition and subtraction of money not exceeding Â«50
- Multiplication involving money with product not more thanÂ«50
- Quantitative reasoning

Importance:

- To know the value of currency
- Banking sector
- Exchange rate
- Buying and selling

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 851-870
- Order numbers from 1-870
- Count numbers1-870
- Write numbers 401- 870 in numerals and words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 9s and 10s
- Change naira to kobo and vice versa
- Add and subtract money not exceedingÂ«50
- Multiplication involving money with product not more thanÂ«200
- Solve real life problems on money
- Solve quantitative reasoning on money.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils in small groups participate in the changing of naira to kobo and kobo to naira.
- 4-5 pupils in a group demonstrate on the act of buying and selling that involves addition and subtraction of money.
- Pupils as a class respond to mental skill on multiplication.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and Collaboration
- Critical thinking and Problems solving
- Leadership and Personal development

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS

- Denominations of currency
- Money chart
- Dummy money

Website

Video

WEEK: 10

**TOPIC: Shopping:**

- Involving addition and subtraction not greater than Â«50.

Importance:

- Buying and selling of items with money.
- Business transaction

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Perform a role play on buying and selling of commodities.
- Go for shopping effectively with money not greater than 0100.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a group perform a drama on buying and selling using the shopping comer
- Pupils as Individuals go for shopping with money not more thanÂ«100 within the school premises.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and Collaboration
- Citizenship
- Creativity and Imagination
- Leadership and Personal development.

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Currency model samples of money

Web link

11. Revision of second term work

**Unified Schemes of Work for Primary Schools. Lagos State Ministry of Education Primary 2**

**General Mathematics Scheme of Work all terms.**

## GENERAL **MATHEMATICS PRIMARY 3 THIRD TERM SCHEME**

WEEK: 1

**TOPIC: Revision of 2 ^{nd} termâ€™s lessons /Resumption test**

Counting Skill:

- Counting and writing numerals up to 840.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Revision

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupil as a class participate in the revision.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

WEEK: 2

**TOPIC: Length**

Counting skill:

- Numbers 841-860
- Measuring in centimeter
- Measuring in metre
- Real life problems involving length
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance:

- To measure dimensions by the artisan or in construction companies.
- Useful in fields of sports.
- Field of sports metres as a standard units

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 841-860
- Order numbers from1 â€“ 860
- Count numbers1- 860
- Write numbers 401- 860 in numerals and in words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 9s and10s ***
- Use non-standard measurements measure e.g. armâ€™s length and foot length
- Identify difference between nonstandard units
- Use centimetres and metres as a standard units
- Solve real life problems on length
- Quantitative reasoning

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a class recall the use of arms and foot length as non-standard unit of measurement in length
- Pupils in groups to measure the length of their desks and tables with ruler or tape measure.
- Use a ruler to measure these lines and record:

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Creativity and imagination
- Problem solving and critical thinking
- Leadership and personal development

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS

- Ruler
- Pencil
- Tape measure.
- Metre rule

WEEK: 3

**TOPIC: PERIMETER**

Counting Skill;

- Numbers 861-880

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Perimeter of squares, rectangles and triangles
- Perimeter of rectangles
- Perimeter of squares
- Perimeter of triangles
- Perimeter of regular shapes
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance:

- Bricklayer, carpenters and welder use knowledge of perimeter.
- Bricklayers lay blocks round a piece of bond to fence it
- Carpenters measure the dimensions of a wood or plank before making it
- Welders use the perimeter to measure the dimension of a piece of metal work eg. iron gate, doors, etc.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from861-880
- Order numbers from1 – 880
- Count numbers 1-880
- Write numbers 401- 880 in numerals and in words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s,
- Measure the length and breadth of rectangle and calculate the perimeter
- Find the perimeter of a square
- Calculate the perimeter of triangle
- Find the perimeter of regular shapes in metres and centimeter
- Solve real life problems on perimeter
- Quantitative reasoning on perimeter.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as group measure the length and breadth of a given square, rectangle and triangle
- Pupils in groups calculate the perimeter of the square, rectangles and triangles given to measure.
- Pupils use the formula to calculate the perimeter of rectangles thus: P = L + L* B + B, P = 2L + 2B

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Creativity and Imagination
- Leadership and Personal development.
- Critical thinking and Problem solving

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO VISUAL MATERIALS

- Solid shapes like rectangle square
- www.splashlearn.com

Video

- in.youtube.com

WEEK: 4

**TOPIC: AREA**

- Squares and rectangles

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 881-900

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Comparing sizes of similar objects
- Introduction to area
- Counting unit square to obtain area of squares and rectangles
- Quantitative reasoning

Importance

- To determine the accuracy of measurement
- Bricklayer, carpenter, etc. use the knowledge in working.
- Farmers use it to calculate the number of seeds to be planted on a piece of land.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 881-900
- Order numbers from 1-900
- Count numbers1- 750
- Write numbers 451- 900 in numerals and in words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 9s and 10s
- Compare the sizes of similar objects
- Find the area of squares and rectangles with the use of formula
- Find the area of square and rectangle by counting unit square
- Solve real life problems on areas
- Solve quantitative reasoning

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a class identify discuss the difference between squares and rectangles
- Pupils in groups find the area of square and rectangle with the use of formula as: Length x Breadth = Area of rectangles
- Pupils as a class find the area of squares and rectangle by counting unit square to obtain area

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and Collaboration
- Leadership and Personal development
- Critical thinking and problem solving
- Creativity and imagination

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

WEEK: 5

**TOPIC: TIME**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 901-920

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Read time on a clock server
- Calendar reading of the days, weeks, months and years.
- Dates reading on a calendar.
- Quantitative Reasoning.

Importance:

- To calculate periods of time
- Pilots, drivers and sailors use time
- Daily activities schedule.
- Sport activities.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify number from 901 -920
- Order numbers from 1 – 920
- Count numbers 501- 920
- Write numbers101 – 920 in numerals and in words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 9s and10s
- Read time on the clock
- Read calendar in days, weeks, months and years
- Read the dates on a calendar
- Solve real life problems on time quantitative reasoning
- Use calendar to plan activities for future occasion
- Use calendar to trace historical events.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a group draw a wall clock.
- Pupils as a group read the calendar in days, weeks, months and years.
- Pupils as individual read and interpret the dates on a calendar.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Critical thinking and problem solving.
- Citizenship

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Wall clock
- Wrist watch
- Calendar

Site link

- www.Woridtime.Com

Video

- www.time.Gov

WEEK: 6

**TOPIC: WEIGHT**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 921-940

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Units of weight measurement (grams and kilograms.
- Calculating of weight of some objects
- Quantitative reasoning.

Importance

- Big construction companies.
- Weight lifters
- Fields of sports
- Helps to determine sizes for good pricing e.g. beef, fish, pork, chicken etc. in a grocery store.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 921-940
- Order numbers from1 -940
- Count numbers1-940
- Write numbers 501- 940 in numerals and in words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 9s and 10s
- List the units of weight measurement ( i.e. Grams and kilograms.)
- Differentiate between two quantities
- Calculate weights of some objects.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as a group lift two different objects and say which one is light or heavy.
- Pupils as individuals mention instrument used for measuring weight and list different items we can weigh.
- Pupils as a class mention the unit of weight
- Pupils in pairs add weights of two different objects together.

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- weight scale
- Weight balance.

Site link

Video

WEEK 7. MID-TERM BREAK

WEEK: 8

**TOPIC: Capacity:**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 941 -960

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Identify litre as a unit of measuring capacity
- Measuring liquid e.g water with graduated measuring cylinder up to any stated number of litres.
- Quantitative Reasoning

Importance:

- To measure variation in liquor
- Used in bottling companies
- Fuel stations
- Beverages companies.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 941-960
- Order numbers from1 – 960
- Count numbers 1- 960
- Write numbers 501- 960 in numerals and in words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s,7s,9s and10s
- Identify litre as a unit of measuring capacity
- Measure liquid like water using graduated cylinder up to a stated number of litres
- Identify the need for accuracy in measuring liquid, e.g. Kerosene, water, petrol etc
- Solve real life problems
- Solve quantitative reasoning on capacity.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils in small groups pour some water into a graduated cylinder and calculate the number of it that will fill a given container e.g. bottles, cans, kegs etc.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Creativity and imagination
- Leadership and personal development

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO VISUAL MATERIALS

- Bottle
- Tin
- Water
- Different soft drink bottle

Site link

Video link

WEEK: 9

**TOPIC: LINES OF SYMMETRY**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 961-980 – 980

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers
- Lines(s) of symmetry
- Properties of square, rectangle and triangle
- Curves and straight lines

Importance

- Bricklayers use the knowledge to set blocks.
- Carpenters use it in carpentry and joinery works.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 961-980
- Order numbers from 1 – 980
- Count numbers 1-980
- Write numbers 501- 980 in numerals and in words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers
- Skip count in 3s, 5s, 6s,7s,9s and 10s
- Identify shape with line(s) of symmetry
- Appreciate lines of symmetry in everyday life
- State the properties of squares, rectangles and triangles etc
- Distinguish between curves and straight lines.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils as class identify lines of symmetry by folding given plane shapes.
- Pupils in groups fold plane papers to identify the properties of squares, rectangle and triangles.
- Pupils hold a thread and a broom stick to differentiate between curves and straight lines.
- Pupils as a class identify lines of symmetry in the class

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and Collaboration
- Creativity and Imagination
- Leadership and Personal development

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

- Solid shapes like rectangle, plank, ball triangular object

Site link

Video

WEEK: 10

**TOPIC: EVERYDAY STATISTICS**

Counting Skill:

- Numbers 981 – 1000

Writing Skill:

- Writing of the numbers.
- Reading and interpretation of graphs.
- Pictograms and mode

Importance

- Schools
- Hospitals
- Prediction
- Business analysis

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Identify numbers from 981-1000
- Order numbers from1 -500, 500-1000
- Count numbers500 – 1000
- Write numbers501- 1000 in numerals and words
- Reverse the counting of the numbers skip count in 3s,5s, 6s, 7s,9s and10s
- Read and show information in pictogram by using vertical and horizontal arrangement
- Identify the most common feature of pictogram (the mode) represent and interpret information on a pictogram.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- 5 pupils form a group to represent information of their names and ages on a pictogram.
- Pupils as a class identify the most common feature (mode) in a pictogram

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and Collaboration
- Creativity and Imagination
- Leadership and Personal development

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS

- Frequency table
- Children as individual
- Statistics chart

Site link

Video

WEEK: 11

**TOPIC: Practical work**

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- The practical work.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils in small group, use empty tins of milk, wood or ruler, thread, nail, to improvise weighing scale.
- Pupils as individual are exposed to see-saw and allow them to mount on it to practice the weight of different pupils

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and Collaboration
- Creativity and Imagination
- Leadership and Personal development

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

WEEK: 12

**TOPIC: Revision**

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

- Recapitulate the first and second term lesson.
- Ask questions on the difficulties topics.

**LEARNING ACTIVITIES**

- Pupils in group arrange to answer different questions together.
- Pupils in group participate in quiz competition.

**EMBEDDED CORE SKILLS**

- Communication and collaboration
- Creativity and imagination
- Leadership and personal development.
- Citizenship.

**LEARNING RESOURCES**

AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES

12 & 13 EXAMINATION