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Moving from a Level 1a to a Level 2cI can count forwards and back to 20 and beyondI can count objects accurately to 20I can count in tens from and back to 0I can solve addition problems by counting in ones, but not always by counting on from the first or largest numberWhen I dont know the answer to a number sentence, I can use counting or number lines or hundred squares to solve the problemI know some doubles and halvesI can partition some numbers into 10s and 1s but not reliablyI understand the difference between + and I can recognise coins and use them to solve money problems
CHILD FRIENDLY MATHS TARGETS
Moving from a Level 2c to a Level 2bI can count, order and recognise numbers to 100I can bridge through 10 (cross the 10s boundary) eg. 7 + 8, 12 -9I can count on from the first or largest number when calculatingI know some + and facts up to 10 and beyondI know doubles to 10 and beyondI know odd and even numbers to at least 30I am beginning to develop an ordered approach to solving problemsI can add and subtract 2 digit numbers that do not involve bridging (that does not involve carrying)I can use pictorial recording to solve many problemsI can use some mathematical language when talking about my work
CHILD FRIENDLY MATHS TARGETS
Moving from a Level 2b to a Level 2aI know a range of + and facts and can derive some new onesI can solve some simple 2 step problemsI can partition 2 digit and some 3 digit numbers and use this to help solve problemsI understand x and and have a strategy to solve simple x and problems by pictorial or abstract methodsI can bridge through 10 and 20 and are able to use strategies such as partitioning or the unstructured number line to support their calculationsI can use resources such as number lines, unstructured number lines and 100 squares with more sophistication thinking about the numbers involved in the calculationI can solve a problem by noticing and continuing a patternI can explain why my answer is correct
CHILD FRIENDLY MATHS TARGETS
Moving from a Level 2a to a Level 3cI can read and write whole numbers to at least 1,000 and know what each digit representsI can count on and back in 1s, 10s and 100s starting from any two or three digit number but may make errors when bridging through 100s numbers when counting in tens. I know by heart all addition and subtraction facts for each number to 20 and begins to apply the pattern to bigger numbers e.g. 7+3=10, 17+3=20, 170+30=200I can add and subtract mentally near multiples of 10 from a two digit number I can understand division and recognise that division is the inverse of multiplication I know by heart 2, 5 and 10 x table and use them to solve problems and begin to know the 3 and 4 x tablesI know doubles up to 100, and derive some near doubles to 100 e.g. 19+21, 49+50I am beginning to choose an appropriate strategy for multiplication and division
e.g. an array for multiplication and pictorial recording for division.
CHILD FRIENDLY MATHS TARGETS
Moving from a Level 3c to a Level 3bI can read and write numbers to at least ten thousandI can round any positive whole number less than 1000 to the nearest 10 or 1000 I can recognise and name fractions that are part of one whole.I can use known number facts and place value to add or subtract mentally, including any pair of two-digit whole numbers I can find difference by counting up through next multiple of 10, 100 or 1000I know how to double/halve two digit numbers by doubling/halving the tens first and use doubles of whole numbers to 50I know division facts corresponding to 2,5,and 10 times tables multiplication facts and can work out 3 and 4 times tablesI can derive quickly division facts corresponding to the 2,3,4,5 and 10 multiplication table I can solve simple division problems involving remainders and use repeated subtraction to solve division problemsI can recognise negative numbers in the context of temperature
CHILD FRIENDLY MATHS TARGETS
Moving from a Level 3b to a Level 3aI can read and write numbers to 10 and 100s of thousandsI can recognise simple fractions that are several parts of a whole and mixed numbers I can recognise the equivalence of simple fractions and add two simple fractionsI can round fractions or decimals to the nearest and/or next whole numberI can find pairs of factors of any number to 30I can use mental recall of addition and subtraction facts up to 20 in solving problems involving larger numbersI can add any two numbers to 10,000, add 3 numbers to 1000 and subtract three digit numbers using informal written methodsI can use informal methods to add two numbers together that have one decimal placeI know by heart 2,3,4,5,and 10X tables, use them to solve multiplication and division problems and begin to know 6,7,8 and 9XI can recognise two digit multiples of 2,5, 10 and three digit multiples of 2, 5, 10, 50 and 100I can find remainders after division and round up or down after depending upon the contextI can use decimal notation in the context of money
CHILD FRIENDLY MATHS TARGETS
Moving from a Level 3a to a Level 4cI can read and write whole numbers and decimals to one decimal places I can recognise when two simple fractions are equivalent (including the relationship between tenths and hundredths) I can change an improper fraction to a mixed numberI can round a decimal number to one decimal place to the nearest whole numberI can find pairs of factors of any number to 100I can use mental recall of addition and subtraction facts up to 1000 in solving problems involving larger numbersI can use a reliable written method to add and subtract numbers up to 10,000 I can use informal methods to add two numbers together that have two decimal placeI know by heart all multiplication tables up to 10x10 and use them to solve multiplication and division problems I can recognise multiples of 6,7,8, and 9 up to the 10th multipleI can find remainders after division and express the quotient as a decimal fraction when appropriate.I can use and interpret coordinates in the first quadrant
CHILD FRIENDLY MATHS TARGETS
Moving from a Level 4c to a Level 4bI can read and write whole numbers and decimals to two decimal places I can recognise relationships between fractions (e.g. 1/10 is ten times bigger that 1/100)I can change an improper fraction to a mixed number and vice versaI can round a decimal number to two decimal place to the nearest whole numberI can recognise prime numbers up to 20I can use mental recall of addition and subtraction facts in solving problems involving larger numbers and decimalsI can use a reliable written method to add and subtract whole numbers and decimal numbers up to one decimal placeI can mentally multiply and divide whole numbers by 10 and 100 and explain the effectI can use doubling and halving strategies to solve division problems I know simple tests of divisibility for the 3, 6 and 9I can use a reliable written method to divide a whole three digit number by a whole two digit number I am beginning to use simple formulae expressed in words
CHILD FRIENDLY MATHS TARGETS
Moving from a Level 4b to a Level 4aI can read and write whole numbers and decimals to three decimal places I can order decimals to three decimal placesI can reduce a fraction to its simplest form by canceling common factors in its numerator and denominatorI can order fractions by converting them to fractions with a common denominator and position them on a number lineI can order a mixed set of numbers and measurements with up to three decimal placesI can understand percentage as the number of parts in every 100I can solve simple problems involving ratio and proportion in contextI can factorise numbers to 100 into prime factorsI can use a reliable and efficient written method to multiply and divide whole numbersI can use a reliable and efficient written method to add and subtract whole numbers and decimal numbers up to two decimal placeI can mentally multiply and divide whole numbers by 10, 100 and 1000 and decimal numbers by 10 and 100 and explain the effectI can use a calculator effectively and reliably and have reliable ways of estimating and checking my answersI can check the reasonableness of my answer when solving problems with or without a calculator.
CHILD FRIENDLY MATHS TARGETS
Moving from a Level 4a to a Level 5cI can use a fraction as an operator to find fractions (including tenths and hundredths) of numbers and quantitiesI can give a decimal fraction lying between two othersI can recognise the equivalence between decimal and fraction forms of , , , 1/8, and tenths, hundredths and thousandths.I can find simple percentages of small whole number quantitiesI can recognise and extend number sequences such as the sequence of square or triangular numbersI can use the relationships between the four operations and the principles of the arithmetic laws to solve problemsI can choose appropriate ways of calculating: mental, mental with jottings, written methods or a calculatorI can explain my methods and reasoning orally when solving problemsI can investigate a general statement about familiar numbers or shapes by finding examples that satisfy itI can solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships, generalise and predict
CHILD FRIENDLY MATHS TARGETS
Moving from a Level 5c to a Level 5bI can use a fraction as an operator to find fractions (including tenths and hundredths) of numbers and quantitiesI can give a decimal fraction lying between two othersI can recognise the equivalence between decimal and fraction forms of , , , 1/8, and tenths, hundredths and thousandths.I can find simple percentages of small whole number quantitiesI can recognise and extend number sequences such as the sequence of square or triangular numbersI can use the relationships between the four operations and the principles of the arithmetic laws to solve problemsI can choose appropriate ways of calculating: mental, mental with jottings, written methods or a calculatorI can explain my methods and reasoning orally when solving problemsI can investigate a general statement about familiar numbers or shapes by finding examples that satisfy itI can solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns and relationships, generalise and predict
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