Selects and uses appropriate timers for specific purposes.
Uses knowledge of everyday objects to provide reasonable estimates of length, height, mass and capacity.
Makes accurate use of a range of instruments including rulers, metre sticks, digital scales and measuring jugs when measuring lengths, heights, mass and capacities using the most appropriate instrument for the task.
Records measurements of length, height, mass and capacity to the nearest standard unit, for example, millimetres (mm), centimetres (cm), grams (g), kilograms (kg), millilitres (ml), litres (l).
Applies understanding of the equals sign as a balance, and knowledge of number facts, to solve simple algebraic problems where a picture or symbol is used to represent a number, for example, ♦ + 17 = 30 and ♦ × 6 = 30.
Uses technology and other methods to describe, follow and record directions using words associated with angles, directions and turns including, full turn, half turn, quarter turn, clockwise, anticlockwise, right turn, left turn, right angle.
Knows that a right angle is 90°.
Knows and uses the compass points, North, South, East and West.
Uses informal methods to estimate, compare and describe the size of angles in relation to a right angle.
Finds right angles in the environment and in well-known 2D shapes.
Identifies where and why grid references are used.
Describes, plots and uses accurate two figure grid references, demonstrating knowledge of the horizontal and vertical location.
Includes a suitable title, simple labelling on both axes and an appropriate scale where one unit represents more than one data value in graphs.
Ideas of chance and uncertainty
Uses mathematical vocabulary appropriately to describe the likelihood of events occurring in everyday situations including, probable, likely/unlikely, certain/uncertain, possible/impossible, and fair/unfair.
Interprets data gathered through everyday experiences to make reasonable predictions of the likelihood of an event occurring.