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# Mathematics

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#### Working hours

 Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm Saturday Closed Sunday Closed

FIRST TERM BEGINS

WEEK 1-2: PLACE VALUE OF WHOLE NUMBERS, NUMBER PARTITIONING,WRITING NUMBERS IN WORDS, ROUNDING OFF TO TENS, HUNDREDS, THOUSANDS, ETC.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Learners will be able to:
• Understand and write the place value of whole numbers.
• Correctly spell and write numbers in words up to 1000 legibly.
• Round off numbers to tenth, hundredth and thousandth.

WEEK 3: WRITING NUMBERS IN WORDS UP TO 10,000
WRITING DIGITS FROM NUMBERS IN WORDS UP TO 10,000, ROMAN NUMERALS.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Learners will be able to:
• Recognize and read numbers in words.
• Write numbers in words and figure to 10000.

WEEK 4: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION WITH AND WITHOUT RENAMING
MULTIPLICATION OF WHOLE NUMBERS.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Learners will be able to:
• Solve questions on addition and subtraction with and without renaming.
• Use addition and subtraction to solve word problems involving situations of adding to, taking from, putting together, taking apart, and comparing, with unknowns in all positions.

WEEK 5: ROMAN NUMERALS

• Explain the rules of roman numerals
• Describe and demonstrate the conversion of roman numerals.

WEEK 6: DIVISION OF WHOLE NUMBERS (LONG AND SHORT DIVISION METHODS) WITH AND WITHOUT REMAINDER, WORD PROBLEMS.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Learners will be able to:
• Apply the long and short division method to the division of whole numbers
• Solve word problems involving multiplication and division of whole numbers.
• Share items equally among a set of people or things using the division method.

WEEK 8: FRACTIONS: TYPES OF FRACTIONS, EQUIVALENT FRACTION, REDUCING FRACTION TO ITS LOWEST TERM.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Learners should be able to:
• Discuss examples of fractions in everyday situations.
• Use part-whole model to represent two equivalent fractions, and explain why they are equal and how one can be obtained from the other.

WEEK 9: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF FRACTION

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Learners should be able to:
•Add unlike fractions and mixed numbers
•Find the least common denominator
•Subtract unlike fractions and mixed numbers

WEEK 10: MONEY

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Learners should be able to:
• Discuss the value of N1000 and use it to illustrate that N1000 is 10 times N100
• Use money to illustrate the adddition and subtraction algorithms and make connections between the algorithms for money and for whole numbers
• Use a variety of strategies for adding and subtracting money.
• Multiply and divide money.

WEEK 11: LENGHT

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Learners should be able to:
• Identify units of measuring length
• Convert from one unit to another • Add and subtract length of different units
• Multiply and divide length of different units
• Solve word problems involving basic operations in length

WEEK 12:WEIGHT

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Learners should be able to:
• Identify units of measuring weights
• Convert from one unit to another
• Add and subtract units of weight
• Multiply and divide units of weight
• Solve word problems involving weights

THIRD TERM BEGINS!

WEEK 1:                                    Revision of Second Term’s work

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:          Learners should be able to:

• Discuss examples of fractions in everyday situations.
• Use part-whole model to represent two equivalent fractions, and explain
• why they are equal and how one can be obtained from the other.

WEEK 2:                                              LENGTH

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:                 Learners should be able to:

• Estimate, compare, measure and record lengths of a wide variety of objects using appropriate metric units (m, cm) everyday objects, furniture, heights of children estimate length and height without and with unit of measurement present measure to check estimates
• Rename units of length in m and cm 125 cm = 1 m 25 cm
• Solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving the addition and subtraction of units of length (m, cm) confine to totals that can be readily checked by measuring.

WEEK 3:                                                        WEIGHT

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:                              Learners should be able to:

• Estimate, compare, measure and record the weight of a wide variety of objects using appropriate metric units (kg, g) everyday objects, books, piles of copybooks lighter and heavier than 1 kg objects showing that there is no constant relationship between weight and size handle and compare objects as an aid to estimation
• Solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving the addition and subtraction of units of weight (kg and g)
• Confine to totals which can be readily checked by weighing.

WEEK 4:                                                        TIME

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:                              Learners should be able to:

• Observe the movement of the hour and minute hands on a real clock.
• Develop a sense of duration of 1minute, and describe what can be done in a duration of 1 minute. E.g how many squares can be drawn in 1 minute.
• Practice telling and writing time using everyday examples such as TV programs, examination time table, etc.

WEEK 5:                                                        TIME

• LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Learners should be able to:
• Convert from 12hour time to 24-hour time and vice versa
• Convert from minutes to seconds, hours to minutes etc.
• Represent given information such as starting time, finishing time and duration of activity on a timeline, and use it to solve problems
• Solve word problems involving time and calendar activities

WEEK 6:                                                        AREA AND PERIMETER OF POLYGONS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:                             earners should be able to:

• Compare and measure the areas of rectangles using different non-standard units E.g using their textbooks as an area unit to estimate and measure their desk.
• Use real-life examples to explain the concepts of area and perimeter.
• work in groups to make different rectangles and squares using square tiles
• Study the relationship between the area/perimeter and length of each side and observe that shapes with same area can have different perimeters, and shapes with the same perimeter can have different areas.

WEEK 7:                                            MID TERM BREAK

WEEK 8/9:                                                           DECIMALS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES                                                    Learners should be able to:

• Identify tenths and express in decimal form express 1 –– 10 as 0.1 cut out tenths and/or 0.1 of regular shapes record using diagrams or charts
• Order decimals on the number line
• Solve word problems on decimals.
• Perform basic operations on decimals.
• Write and Read numbers with decimal points.
• Solve Word problems on decimals.
• Explore, understand and relate the values of decimals to whole number set

WEEK 10:                                                           3-D SHAPES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES                                                    Learners should be able to:

• Identify, describe and classify 3-D shapes, including cube, cuboid, cylinder, cone, sphere, triangular prism, pyramid
• Explore, describe and compare the properties of 3-D shapes number and shape of faces, number of edges and corners, ability to roll, slide or stack.
• Explore and describe the relationship of 3-D shapes with constituent 2-D shapes identify constituent 2-D shapes by observation and deconstruction and compile a table of results
• Construct 3-D shapes trace around nets and cut out; use straws or pipe cleaners
• Solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving 2-D and 3-D shapes.

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WEEK 1

### WEEK: NUMBER SENSE

1
PLACE VALUE OF WHOLE NUMBERS AND DECIMALS
2
PLACE VALUE OF NUMBERS INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY
3
INTRODUCTION TO ROUNDING
4
ROUNDING INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY

### WEEK 3 NUMBER PARTITIONING

1
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY ON NUMBER PATTERN
2
INTRODUCTION
3
PARTITIONING ACTIVITY
4
CLASS ACTIVITY ON NUMBER PATTERN
5
WHAT NUMBER AM I?

### WEEK 4: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION WITH AND WITHOUT RENAMING

1
2
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY
3
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY
4
SUBTRACTION WITH AND WITHOUT RENAMING

1
Revision.

### WEEK 2: ROMAN NUMERALS

1
HOW DID IT BEGIN?
2
WELCOME TO ROMAN NUMERALS.
3
THE ROMAN STORY
4
ROMAN NUMERAL CHART
5
6
THE SUBTRACTIVE PRINCIPLE
7
ROMAN NUMERAL AND CLOCKS.
8
Class activity
9
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY
10
CLASS ACTIVITY
11
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY
12
REVISION ON PREVIOUS ACTIVITY

### WEEK 3 AND 4: FRACTIONS:

1
INTRODUCTION TO FRACTION
2
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY THURSDAY
3
EQUIVALENT FRACTION,
4
TUESDAY
5
6
SUBTRACTION OF FRACTION
7
STUDY ACTIVITY

### WEEK 6: DIVISION OF WHOLE NUMBERS

1
LESSON VIDEO
2
WHAT IS DIVISION?
3
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY .
4
CLASS ACTIVITY
5
STUDY THE NOTE ON LONG DIVISION
6
WORD PROBLEMS ACTIVITY
7
LONG DIVISION METHODS WITH AND WITHOUT REMAINDER,
8
WEEKEND HOMEWORK

### FRACTION 2

1
VIDEO ON MULTIPLICATION OF FRACTION
2
MULTIPLICATION OF FRACTION
3
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY
4
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY.
5
DIVISION OF FRACTION
6
STUDY THE VIDEO TO IMPROVE YOU DIVISION SKILL.
1
REVISION ON EQUIVALENT FRACTION
2
STUDY
3
CLASS ACTIVITY

1
INTRODUCTION
1 HOUR
2
STUDY MATERIAL
3
CLASS ACTIVITY

### WEEK 3: WEIGHTÂ

1
GROUP ACTIVITY
2
LESSON VIDEO ON WEIGHT
3
STUDY MATERIAL
4
WORD PROBLEM ON WEIGHT
5
CLASS ACTIVITY
6
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY

### WEEK 4: MEASUREMENT OF TIME

1
INTERRACTIVE VIDEO
2
LESSON MATERIAL
3
TELLING TIME

### WEEK 5: REVISION ON THE PREVIOUS TOPICS

1
SOLVING WORD PROBLEM ON LENGTH
2
ACTVITIES ON WEIGHT
3
HOME WORK

### WEEK 6: AREA AND PERIMETER OF POLYGONS

1
INTRODUCTION TO POLYGONS
2
HOW TO FIND THE PERIMETER OF A POLYGON
3
HOW TO FIND THE AREA OF A PERIMETER

### WEEK 11: PROPERPERTIES OF 3D SHAPES

1
WHAT IS 3D SHAPE?
2
LESSON MATERIAL
3
LABELING A 3D SHAPE
4
PROPERTIES OF 3D SHAPES

### WEEK 10: DECIMALS

Hello friends, please do your class activity first by 11:10 am and come into the zoom class by 11:30am. Thank you.

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