Maths — No Problem! Textbook 1B

ISBN: 9781910504062
152 Pages

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This textbook is for the second half of year 1

Maths — No Problem! is a series of textbooks and workbooks written to meet the requirements of the 2014 English National Curriculum.

The focus of the series is on teaching to mastery. This research-based approach emphasises problem solving and utilises pupils' core competencies to develop a relational understanding of mathematical concepts.

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Consultant and Author: Dr. Yeap Ban Har
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Authors: Dr. Foong Pui Yee, Chang Suo Hui, Lim Li Gek Pearlyn, Wong Oon Hua

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Table of Contents  

  • Chapter 10 – numbers to 40

    • Lesson 1 – Counting to 40

      To use the making-ten strategy to count numbers above 10; to represent numbers on a number line.

    • Lesson 2 – Writing Numbers to 40

      To use the ten-frame method of organisation and place-value cards to assist pupils in writing numbers to 40; to encourage multiple ways of counting, including counting by 2, 5 and 10.

    • Lesson 3 – Counting in Tens and Ones

      To understand that digits represent 10s and 1s; to represent numbers using base-ten materials and numbers.

    • Lesson 4 – Comparing Numbers

      To use place value to compare two or three numbers and determine which number is bigger/smaller; to arrange 3 numbers in order of size.

    • Lesson 5 – Finding How Much More

      To compare numbers using number bonds, 100 squares and number lines to determine how many more/less.

    • Lesson 6 – Making Number Patterns

      To observe and use number patterns; to see number lines in conjunction with number squares in order to create visual proportionality.

    • Lesson 7 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 11 – Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

    • Lesson 1 – Solving Word Problems

      To decide whether addition or subtraction is the most appropriate operation; to use and apply number bonds and visual representations to solve word problems.

    • Lesson 2 – Solving Word Problems

      To use and apply concepts of how many more and how many fewer/less; to apply number bonds and the guess-and-check method to solve word problems

    • Lesson 3 – Solving Word Problems

      To develop number sentences based on word problems; to improve the use of number bonds and one-to-one bar model representations to suit the question.

    • Lesson 4 – Solving Word Problems

      To use pictorial representations to help solve word problems; to choose the correct operation to solve a word problem.

    • Lesson 5 – Solving Word Problems

      To use visual representations and patterning to solve word problems; to develop precision in model drawing to recognise similarities and differences.

    • Lesson 6 – Solving Word Problems

      To apply addition and subtraction to multi-step word problems; to use number bonds to make 10 when adding.

    • Lesson 7 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 12 – Multiplication

    • Lesson 1 – Making Equal Groups

      To identify equal groupings as the first step in multiplying; to reinforce the idea that arrangement of objects does not impact number of objects.

    • Lesson 2 – Adding Equal Groups

      Understand that we can count groups of the same quantity more efficiently; find multiple ways of counting groups of the same quantity

    • Lesson 3 – Making Equal Rows

      To organise objects into equal rows in order to begin counting equal numbers efficiently.

    • Lesson 4 – Making Doubles

      To understand that doubling is creating an identical number to the one you started with; to understand that doubling is the same as saying 2 groups of the same amount.

    • Lesson 5 – Solving Word Problems

      To solve word problems using equal groupings as the basis for multiplication.

    • Lesson 6 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 13 – Division

    • Lesson 1 – Grouping Equally

      To understand how to divide even numbers into equal groupings using concrete materials; to determine how many groups will be created from sharing equally.

    • Lesson 2 – Sharing Equally

      To understand how to divide even numbers equally into groupings; to determine how many items will be included in each grouping in order to share equally.

    • Lesson 3 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 14 – Fractions

    • Lesson 1 – Making Halves

      To split an object (shape) into two equal parts; to identify shapes that have been split into two equal parts.

    • Lesson 2 – Making Groups

      To split an object (shape) in to four equal parts; to identify shapes that have been split in to four equal parts.

    • Lesson 3 – Making Groups

      To share and group objects into halves and quarters; to determine half of a number and a quarter of a number.

    • Lesson 4 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 15 – Numbers to 100

    • Lesson 1 – Counting to 100

      To count in sequences of 10 followed by counting ones; to increase confidence with number lines and base-ten materials in order to count numbers to 100.

    • Lesson 2 – Finding Tens and Ones

      To understand the value of the tens and ones digits in a number; to use multiple methods of representing and constructing a number.

    • Lesson 3 – Comparing Numbers

      To review and extend skills and strategies related to number comparison; to place numbers in order from smallest to largest and vice versa.

    • Lesson 4 – Making Number Patterns

      To see patterns of numbers when increasing or decreasing by 1, 2, or 5; to use a number line, a one hundred chart and base-ten materials to represent numbers.

    • Lesson 5 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 16 – Time

    • Lesson 1 – Telling Time to the Hour

      To develop familiarity with the analogue clock, including the minute and hour hands; to tell time to the hour on an analogue clock.

    • Lesson 2 – Telling Time to the Half Hour

      To improve familiarity with the analogue clock; to tell time to the half hour using the term 'half past.'

    • Lesson 3 – Using Next, Before and After

      To sequence events in order of time; to use the terms 'next,' 'before' and 'after' to describe the order of events.

    • Lesson 4 – Estimating Duration of Time

      To estimate an amount of time using seconds, minutes and hours.

    • Lesson 5 – Comparing Time

      To use the terms 'quicker,' 'slower,' 'earlier,' 'later' when comparing time.

    • Lesson 6 – Using a Calendar

      To learn the days of the week and the months of the year and to be able to put them in the correct order.

    • Lesson 7 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 17 – Money

    • Lesson 1 – Recognising Coins

      To recognise coins and determine their value using size, colour, markings and shape.

    • Lesson 2 – Recognising Notes

      To recognise notes and determine their value using colour and markings.

    • Lesson 3 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 18 – Volume and Capacity

    • Lesson 1 – Comparing Volume and Capacity

      To compare volume and capacity using the terms 'more than' and 'less than,' 'full' and 'empty.'

    • Lesson 2 – Finding Volume and Capacity

      To find the volume and capacity of a container using non-standard units.

    • Lesson 3 – Describing Volume Using Half and a Quarter

      To describe volume using the terms 'half' and 'quarter.'

    • Lesson 4 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 19 – Mass

    • Lesson 1 – Comparing Mass

      To compare the mass of objects using the terms 'heavy' and 'light,' 'heavier than,' 'lighter than' and 'as heavy as.'

    • Lesson 2 – Finding Mass

      To find the mass of an object using non-standard units; to use visualisation skills to estimate the number of units.

    • Lesson 3 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 20 – Space

    • Lesson 1 – Describing Positions

      To describe the position of objects in relation to one another using varied vocabulary.

    • Lesson 2 – Describing Movements

      To describe movements of objects using varied language.

    • Lesson 3 – Making Turns

      To understand how to make turns using mathematical language, connecting the making-turns knowledge to time.

    • Lesson 4 – Chapter End