# Sample Content – Topics #### Algebra

Includes using simple formulae, generating and describing linear number sequences, expressing missing numbers algebraically and finding pairs of numbers that satify an equation with two unknowns. #### Fractions, decimals and percentages

Includes reading fractions, finding a fraction of a quantity, comparing and ordering unit fractions, converting decimals to fractions, converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and finding 20%, 30%, 40% of a quantity. #### Geometry: position and direction

Includes ordering and arranging mathematical objects in patterns and sequences, describing position, direction and movement including whole, ½, ¼ and ¾ turns, describing translations and describing reflections. #### Geometry: properties of shapes

Includes exploring 2D shapes using lines of symmetry, identifying and naming 2D shapes, use mathematical language to explore properties of 3D shapes identify 2D shapes on 3D solids and compare and sort common 2D and 3D shapes. #### Measurement

Includes recognising and understanding the value of different coins, telling time to the hour and half past the hour, cmparing and ordering lengths, masses and capacities, calculating elapsed time and converting metres to centimetres. #### Number and place value

Includes counting to and across 1-100, partitioning numbers into hundreds, tens and ones, using place value to solve problems, partitioning 4 digit numbers, rounding numbers and using negative numbers. Includes writing and calculating mathematical statements, bonds to 20, adding one-digit and two-digit numbers, solving problems that involve subtraction, understanding commutative property for addition and subtraction, and column addition and subtraction. #### Number: multiplication and division

Includes solving division problems using pictures and arrays, doubling and halving, recall and use multiplication facts, identifying multiples and common multiples, prime numbers and short division. #### Statistics

Includes interpreting and constructing simple pictograms, reading information from bar charts, interpreting and presenting discrete and continuous data, interpreting and constructing pie charts and line graphs and calculating and interpreting the mean as an average.