MATHEMATICS SYLLABUS 2015 16
Tentative Quarterly breakup For Class 1
1^{st} Quarter
NUMBERS 
CALCULATIONS 
MEASURE, SHAPE, SPACE AND DATA HANDLING 
Place value
Count, read and write up to 20 and then 100.
Count on and back in 1s and 2s (0 to20).
Skip counting of 23
Odd/even
Comparing and ordering numbers up to20. (using the signs < , > and =).

Addition and subtraction facts. (0 to 10).
Addition by combining two groups of objects.
Subtraction by taking away smaller quantity from the bigger quantity.
Single digit addition and subtraction on the number line.

Estimate, measure and compare lengths. · Nonstandard units · scale
Weighing and balancing things on a scale.
Heavier or lighter
Capacity · Using nonstandard units · Calculations

PROJECT: DEVELOP A NUMBERBOARD GAME

Tentative Quarterly breakup For Class 1
2^{nd} Quarter
NUMBERS 
CALCULATIONS 
MEASURE, SHAPE, SPACE AND DATA HANDLING 
Numbers up to 100
Money (NHM1)
Introduction to Pounds and Pence.
Recognition and placing of coins

Addition and subtraction to 20
Addition and subtraction of twodigit numbers
Number sentences through words and pictures.

Time · Days of the week · O’clock time · Half past · Digital and analogue · Durations 
PROJECT: DEVELOPING A STORY SUMS USING EVERYDAY LIFE EXPERIENCES, DISPLAY THEM ON THE BOARD AND GIVE A PRESENTATION

Tentative Quarterly breakup For Class 1
3^{rd} Quarter

CALCULATIONS 
MEASURE, SHAPE, SPACE AND DATA HANDLING 
Mathematical names for common 2D shapes. . Fractions (2D shapes, objects).
Halves and quarters.
Relating to doubles, quarters, halves and whole. 
Sets.
Multiplication as repeated addition.
Introducing the terms “times and sign of multiplication “X”
Tables of 2, 5 and 10.
Doubles of numbers within 10.
Skip counting 2 – 3 – 5 10 
Data handling
· Selecting criteria · Display & Interpretation · Tally marks

PROJECTS: SURVEY BOOKLET

Tentative Quarterly breakup For Class 1
4^{th} Quarter
NUMBERS 
CALCULATIONS 
MEASURE, SHAPE, SPACE AND DATA HANDLING 
Rounding off to the nearest “Tens”.

Adding three single digit numbers
Application of basic mathematical operations ( + , ─ , x)

Introduction to line of symmetry.
3D shapes · Names & recognition · Properties

PROJECT: USING CUT OUTS OF 2D SHAPES TO MAKE DIFFERENT PICTURES. 