Be familiar with numbers 11-20

Extend to counting to 100 and beyond

Read an write numbers 1-20 then 100+

Position numbers 0-20 in sequence

Order one and two-digit numbers on a number line and square.

recognise place value (0 as the place holder)

Recognise sequences of odd and even numbers to 30+

Know patterns of multiples 2, 5 and 10.

Number patterns (+ and -), predicting the next number.

Doubling and halving numbers as an inverse relationship

Know number bonds to ten

know two and ten times table.

Know doubles of numbers to ten

Know halves of even numbers to twenty

__Addition and Subtraction__

+ done in any order

- can mean 'take away' or 'the difference between'

- the inverse of +

use = sign

Record calculations in number sentences

Solve 'missing number' problems

Understand x as repeated +

Mental methods for working out ten plus a single digit

+/- multiples of ten within two digit numbers

Choose a calculation method to solve whole number problems (money, measures etc)

Use lists/tables/charts to sort and classify information

Discuss it and explain results.

Describe mathematical features of 2D and 3D shapes (triangles/rectangles/circles/cubes/cuboids/hexagons/pentagons/cylinders/pyramids/cones/spheres)

Create 2D and 3D shapes

Reflective symmetry in 2D shapes and patterns

Recognise translations and rotations.

Recognise right angles

Understand angle as a measure of turn using whole turns, half turns and quarter turns.

Observe, visualise and describe positions, directions and movements using common words.

Estimate size of objects and order them by comparison.

Put events in chronological order

Compare and measure objects using standard and non-standard units of measurement.

Compare durations of events using standard measurements of time.

Estimate, measure and weigh objects.

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