LEVEL 1

Number

Exploring number

Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:

· N1 - Make up, tell, and record number stories, up to 9, about given objects and sequence pictures;

· N2 – Form a set of up to 20 objects;

· N3 – Read and write any 2-digit whole number;

· N4 – Rote count to at least 50.

Exploring computation and estimation

Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:

· N5 - Make sensible estimates and check the reasonableness of answers;

· N6 – Model and explain addition calculations with a sum of up to 20;

· N7 – Using up to 20 objects, model and explain subtraction calculations;

· N8 – Find, by practical means, one half and one quarter of a shape, and half a set of objects.

Measurement

Estimating and measuring

Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:

· M1 – Order and compare lengths, masses, and volumes (capacities), and describe the comparisons, using measuring language;

· M2 – Measure by counting non-standard units;

· M3 – Compare the value of coins and notes;

· M4 – read prices

Developing concepts of time, rate and change

Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:

· M5 – Read aspects of time, including days of the week and clocks (to hours and half hours).

Geometry

Exploring shape and space

Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:

· G1 – Identify, and describe in their own language, the following 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes: triangle, square, oblong, circle, oval, pentagon, hexagon, diamond, box, cylinder and sphere;

· G2 – Classify objects by shape attributes;

· G3 – Follow and give a sequence of instructions related to movement and position.

Exploring symmetry and transformations

Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:

· G4 – Create and talk about symmetrical and repeating patterns;

· G5 – Rotate their body and other objects through quarter and half turns.

Algebra

Exploring patterns and relationships

Within a range of contexts, students should be able to:

· A1 – Make and describe repeating and sequential patterns;

· A2 – continue a repeating and sequential pattern;

· A3 – Illustrate and talk about relationships.

Exploring equations and expressions

Within a range of meaningful contexts a student should be able to:

· A4 – Write number sentences, using =, from story contexts.

Statistics

Statistical investigations

Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:

· S1 – collect everyday objects, sort them into categories, count the number of objects in each category, and display and discuss the results.

Exploring probability

Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:

· S2 – classify events from their experiences as certain, possible, or impossible.