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WEEK TOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 1. WHOLE NUMBERS 1.1 Numbers 0 to 10 LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES REMARKS

1.1.1 Say and use the number names in familiar contexts. i. Say the number names 1 to 9. ii. Recognise numerals 1 to 9. iii. Count a group of objects 1 to 9.

1.1.2 Read and write numbers form 1 to 9. i. Write numerals 1 to 9. ii. Read number words one to nine. iii. Write number words one to nine.

1.1.3 Say and use the number names in order. i. Arrange numbers 1 to 9 : a. Count on in ones. b. Count back in ones.

1.1.4 Read and write numbers from 0 to 10. i. Say the number names 0 and 10. ii. Recognise 0 and 10 in counting. iii. Count a group of objects to 10. iv. Write numerals 0 and 10. v. Read number words zero to ten. vi. Write number words zero to ten.

1.1.5 Understand and use the vocabulary of comparing and arranging numbers or quantities. i. Arrange numbers from 0 to 10 : a. Count on in ones. b. Count back in ones. c. Count on from a given number. d. Count back to a given number. ii. Compare two numbers and say which is more or less. iii. Identify one more or one less.

1.2.1 Use the vocabulary involved in addition with the highest total of 10. i. Find one more than a number from 1 to 9.

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YR PLAN YR 1 1.2.2 Understand addition as combining two groups of objects. i. Find the total of two numbers. ii. Write number sentences for addition. iii. State all possible pairs of numbers that total up to a given number. iv. Recall rapidly the total of two numbers.

WEEK TOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 1.2 Addition With The Highest Total Of 10 LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 1.2.3 Use and apply knowledge of addition in real life. i. Solve simple problems in real life. REMARKS

1.3.1 Use the vocabulary involved in subtraction of numbers 0 to 10. i. Find one less than a number.

1.3.2 Understand subtraction as "take away". i. Write number sentences for subtraction.

1.3.3 Use and apply knowledge of subtraction in real life. i. Solve simple problems in real life.

1.4 Numbers to 20

1.4.1 Say and use the number names in familiar contexts. i. Say the number names 11 to 20. ii. Recognise numerals 11 to 20. iii. Count a group of objects 11 to 20.

1.4.2 Read and write numbers from 11 to 20. i. Write numerals 11 to 20. ii. Read number words eleven to twenty. iii. Write number words eleven to twenty.

1.4.3 Know what each digit in a number represents. i. Say what each digit in a number represents.

YR PLAN YR 1 i. Arrange numbers from 11 to 20 : a. Count on in ones. b. Count back in ones. c. Count on from a given number. d. Count back to a given number.

1.5.1 Say and use the number names in familiar contexts. i. Say the number names to 100. ii. Recognise numerals to 100. iii. Count a group of objects to 100.

1.5.2 Read and write numbers to 100. i. Write numerals to 100. ii. Read number words to one hundred. iii. Write number words to one hundred.

WEEK TOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 1.5 Numbers to 100 LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 1.5.3 Say and use the number names in order. i. Arrange numbers to 100 : a. Count on in ones to 100. b. Count back in ones from 100. c. Count on in tens from 0. d. Count back in tens from 100. c. Count on and count back in tens from a given number. REMARKS

1.5.4 Understand and use ordinal numbers in different contexts. i. Say ordinal numbers from first to tenth. ii. Use ordinal numbers in different contexts.

1.6 Addition Within Basic 1.6.1 Use the vocabulary involved in addition within Facts the basic facts. i. Find one more than a number.

1.6.2 Understand addition as combining two groups of objects. i. Find the total of two numbers. ii. Write number sentences for addition. Page 3

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1.6.3 Know by heart basic facts of addition. i. Recall rapidly basic facts of addition.

1.6.4 Use and apply knowledge of addition in real life. i. Solve simple problems in real life.

1.7.1 Use the vocabulary involved in subtraction within basic facts. i. Find one less than a number.

1.7.2 Understand subtraction as "take away" or " difference" between two groups of objects. i. Find the difference between two numbers. ii. Write number sentences for subtraction.

1.7.3 Know bt heart basic facts of subtraction. i. Recall rapidly basic facts of subtraction. ii. State all possible pairs of numbers with the difference equals to a given number. iii. Recall rapidly the difference of two numbers.

WEEK TOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 1.7 Subtraction Within Basic facts LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 1.7.4 Use and apply knowledge of subtraction in real life. i. Solve simple problems in real life. REMARKS

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2.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to money. i. Recognise coins and notes of Malaysian currency. ii. Represent the value of money in 'RM' and 'sen'. iii. Exchange a. coins up to RM1 ; and b. notes up to RM10. iv. Add and subtract a. coins up to RM1 ; and b. notes up to RM10. Page 4

3.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to time. i. Say time of the day correctly. ii. Say in sequence events of the day. iii. Name the days of the week in sequence. iv. Name the months of the year in sequence. v. Read time to the hour on a clock.

4.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to 3-D shapes. i. Name solid shapes.

4.1.2 Describe classify common 3-D shapes. i. Describe features of solid shapes. ii. Sort solid shapes. iii. Make models.

4.2.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to 2-D shapes. i. Name two-dimensional shapes.

4.2.2 Describe and classify common 2-D shapes. i. Describe features of two-dimensional shapes. ii. Sort two-dimensional shapes. iii. Make designs with two-dimensional shapes.

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WEEK TOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 1. WHOLE NUMBERS 1.1 Numbers to 1 000 LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES

1.1.1 Say and use the number names in familiar contexts. i. Say the number names to 1 000. ii. Recognise numerals to 1 000. iii. Count up to 1 000 objects by grouping them in hundreds, tens, fives, twos and ones.

1.1.2 Read and write numbers to 1 000. i. Write numerals to 1 000. ii. Read number words to one thousand. iii. Write number words to one thousand.

1.1.3 Know what each digit in a number represents. i. Recognise the place value of numbers.

1.1.4 Understand and use the vocabulary of comparing and arranging numbers or quantities to 1 000. i. Arrange numbers to 1 000 : a. Count on and count back in ones. b. Count on and count back in twos. c. Count on and count back in fives. d. Count on and count back in tens. e. Count on and count back in hundreds. ii. Compare two numbers and say which is more or less. iii. Arrange numbers in order : a. Compare the numbers; and b. position the numbers on a number line.

1.1.5 Understand and use ordinal numbers in different contexts. i. Say ordinal numbers from eleventh to twentieth. ii. Use ordinal numbers in different contexts.

1.2 Addition With The 1.2.1 Understand addition as combining two groups of objects. Highest Total Of 1 000 i. Add two numbers without regrouping : a. two 1-digit numbers; b. a 2-digit number and a 1-digit number; and c. two 2-digit numbers. ii. Add two numbers with regrouping : a. a 2-digit number and a 1-digit number; and b. two 2-digit numbers. iii. Add two numbers without regrouping : Page 6

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1.2 Addition With The 1.2.2 Use and apply knowledge of addition in real life. Highest Total Of 1 000 i. Find the unknown numbers in number sentences. ii. Solve problems involving addition in real life situations.

1.3.1 Understand subtraction as "take away" or " difference" between two groups of objects. i. Subtract two numbers without regrouping : a. a 1-digit number from a 1-digit number; b. a 1-digit number from a 2-digit number; and c. a 2-digit number from a 2-digit number. ii. Subtract two numbers with regrouping : a. a 1-digit number from a 2-digit number; and b. a 2-digit number from a 2-digit number. iii. Subtract two numbers without regrouping : a. a 1-digit number from a 3-digit number ; b. a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number; and c. a 3-digit number from a 3-digit number. iv. Subtract three 1-digit numbers.

1.3.2 Use and apply knowledge of subtraction in real life. i. Find the unknown numbers in number sentences. ii. Solve problems involving subtraction in real life situations.

1.4.1 Understand multiplication as repeated addition. ( 2, 3, 4 and 5 times-tables ) i. Recognise multiplication as repeated addition. ii. Write number sentences for multiplication. iii. Build up the multiplication tables of 2, 3, 4 and 5. iv. Multiply two 1-digit numbers.

1.4.2 Know by heart the multiplication tables of 2, 3, 4 and 5. i. Recall rapidly the multiplication tables of 2, 3, 4 and 5.

YR PLAN YR2 i. Find the unknown numbers in number sentences. ii. Solve problems involving multiplication in real life situations.

1.5.1 Understand division as sharing equally or grouping. ( Corresponding to 2, 3, 4 and 5 times-tables. ) i. Recognise division as sharing equally. ii. Recognise division as grouping. iii. Write number sentences for division. iv. Divide numbers within the multiplication tables.

WEEK TOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 1.5 Division within 2, 3, 4 and 5 times-tables LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 1.5.2 Derive quickly division facts. ( Corresponding to 2, 3, 4 and 5 times-tables. ) i. Derive quickly division facts of 2, 3, 4 and 5 times-tables.

1.5.3 Use and apply knowledge of division in real life. i. Find the unknown numbers in number sentences. ii. Solve problems involving division in real life situations.

2.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to money. i. Represent the value of money in 'RM' and 'sen'. ii. Exchange : a. Coins up to RM5; and b. Notes up to RM50

2.1.2 Use and apply knowledge of money in real life. i. Add money up to RM50. ii. Subtract money up to RM50. iii. Solve problems involving money in real life situations.

3.1.1 Understand, read and write the vocabulary related to time. i. Read time to five minutes. ii. Write the time to five minutes.

3.2.1 Understand the relationship between units of time. i. Use units of time and know the relationship between: Page 8

3.3.1 Use and apply knowledge of time in real life. i. Solve problems involving time in real life situations.

4.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to length. i. Use the vocabulary related to length in practical contexts.

4.2.1 Measure and compare lengths by direct comparison and using uniform non-standard units. i. Compare the lengths of two objects by direct comparison. ii. Measure lengths of objects using uniform non-standard units.

4.2.2 Measure and compare lengths using standard units. i. Measure lengths of objects using standard units : a. metre; and b. centimetre

WEEK TOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 5. MASS 5.1 Introduction to mass LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 5.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to mass. i. Use the vocabulary related to mass in practical contexts. ii. Measure masses of objects using uniform non-standard units.

5.2.2 Measure and compare masses using standard unit. i. Measure masses of objects using standard unit.

6.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to volume of liquid. i. Use the vocabulary related to volume in practical contexts.

6.2.1 Measure and compare volumes of liquid by direct comparison and by using uniform non-standard units. i. Compare the volumes of two liquids by direct comparision. ii Measure volumes of liquid using uniform non-standard units.

YR PLAN YR2 standard unit. i. Measure volumnes of liquid using standard unit.

7.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related 3-D shapes. i. Identify the appearance of a three-dimensional shape as a whole. ii. Compare and sort three-dimensional shapes according to properties. iii. Label parts of three-dimensional shapes.

7.1.2 Describe and classify common 3-D shapes. i. Identify three-dimensional shapes based on descriptions.

7.2.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to 2-D shapes. i. Identify the appearance of a two-dimensional shape as a whole. ii. Compare and sort two-dimensional shapes according to properties. iii. Label parts of two-dimensional shapes.

7.2.2 Describe and classify common 2-D shapes. i. Identify two-dimensional shapes based on descriptions.

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WEEK TOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 1. WHOLE NUMBERS 1.1 Numbers to 10 000 LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES REMARKS

1.1.1 Say and use the number names in familiar contexts. i. Say the number names to 10 000. ii. Recognise numerals to 10 000. iii. Count up to 10 000 objects by grouping them in thousands, hundreds, tens, fives, twos and ones.

1.1.2 Read and write numbers to 10 000. i. Write numerals to 10 000. ii. Read number words to 10 000. iii. Write number words to 10 000.

1.1.3 Know what each digit in a number represents. i. Recognise the place value of numbers.

1.1.4 Understand and use the vocabulary of comparing and arranging numbers or quantities to 10 000. i. Arrange numbers to 10 000 : a. Count on in ones, twos, fives, tens, hundreds and thousands. b. Count back in ones, twos, fives, tens, hundreds and thousands. ii. Compare two numbers and say which is more or less. iii. Position numbers in order on a number line.

1.1.5 Understand and use the vocabulary of estimation and approximation. i. Estimate quantities of objects up tp 10 000. ii. Round off whole numbers less than 10 000 to the nearest 10.

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1.2.1 Understand addition as combining two groups of objects. i. Add up to three numbers without regrouping, involving up 4-digit numbers. ii. Add two numbers up to 4-digit, with regrouping. iii. Add three up to 4-digit, regrouping.

1.2.2 Use and apply knowledge of addition in real life. i. Solve problems involving addition in real life situations.

1.3.1 Understand subtraction as "take away" or " difference" between two groups of objects. i. Subtract two numbers up to 4-digit, without regrouping. ii. Subtract two numbers up to 4-digit, with regrouping. iii. Subtract three numbers up to 4-digit,without regrouping. iv. Subtract three numbers up to 4-digit with regrouping.

1.3.2 Use and apply knowledge of subtraction in real life. i. Recognise subtraction as the inverse of addition. ii. Solve problems involving subtraction in real life situations.

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1.4.1 Understand multiplication as repeated addition. ( 6, 7, 8 and 9 times-tables ) i. Recognise multiplication as repeated addition. ii. Write number sentences for multiplication. iii. Build up the multiplication tables of 6, 7, 8 and 9. iv. Multiply two 1-digit numbers.

1.4.2 Know by heart the multiplication tables of 6, 7, 8 and 9. i. Recall rapidly the multiplication tables of 6, 7, 8 and 9.

1.4.3 Use and apply knowledge of multiplication in real life. i. Find the unknown numbers in number sentences. ii. Solve problems involving multiplication in real life situations.

1.5.1 Understand and use the operation of multiplication. i. Multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without regrouping. ii. Multiply 2-digit numbers by 10. iii. Multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with regrouping. iv. Multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without regrouping. v. Multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with regrouping. vi. Solve problems involving multiplication in real life situations.

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1.6.1 Understand division as sharing equally or grouping. ( Corresponding to 6, 7, 8 and 9 times-tables. ) i. Recognise division as sharing equally. ii. Recognise division as grouping. iii. Write number sentences for division. iv. Divide numbers within the multiplication tables. 1.6.2 Derive quickly division facts. ( Corresponding to 6, 7, 8 and 9 times-tables. ) i. Derive quickly division facts of 6, 7, 8 and 9 times-tables.

1.6.3 Use and apply knowledge of division in real life. i. Find the unknown numbers in number sentences. ii. Solve problems involving division in real life situations.

1.7.1 Understand and use the operation of division. i. Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainders. ii. Divide 2-digit numbers by 10 without remainders. iii. Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainders. iv. Divide 2-digit numbers by 10-digit numbers with remainders. v. Divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainders. vi. Divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainders. vii. Solve problems involving division in real life situations.

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2.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to fractions. i. Recognise one whole, one half, one quarter and three quarters. ii. Say fractions, parts, one whole, one half, one quarter and three quarters in context. iii. Read fractions, parts, one whole, one half, one quarter and three quarters in context. iv. Write , and in context. v. Recognise 2/4 = and 4/4 = 1. vi. Recognise fractions as equal shares of a whole set.

3.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to money. i. Represent the value of money in RM and sen. ii. Exchange : a. Coins up to RM10; and b. Notes up to RM100. iii. Convert ringgit to sen and vice versa.

3.1.2 Use and apply knowledge of money in real life. i. Add money up to RM100. ii. Subtract money up to RM100. iii. Multiply money to the highest product of RM100. iv. Divide money with dividend not more than RM100. v. Solve problems involving money in real life situations.

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4.1.1 Understand, read and write the vocabulary related to time. i. Read the time to the half or quarter hour on a clock. ii. Write the time to the half or quarter hour on a clock. iii. Read simple timetables. iv. Read calenders.

4.2.1 Understand the relationship between units of time. i. Use units of time and know the relationship between: a. minute and seconds; b. week and days; and c. year and months. ii. Convert weeks to days and vice versa.

4.3.1 Add, subtract, multiply and divide units of time. i. Add units of time in : a. hours; and b. minutes. ii. Subtract units of time in : a. hours; and b. minutes. iii. Multiply units of time in : a. hours; and b. minutes. iv. Divide units of time : a. hours; and b. minutes. 4.4.1 Use and apply knowledge of time in real life. i. Solve problems involving time in real life situations.

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5.1.1 Measure and compare lengths using standard units. i. Read scales to the nearest division. ii. Measure and record lengths of objects using the standard units : a. metres; and b. centimetres. iii. Compare the lengths of two objects using standard units : a. metres; and b. centimetres. iv. Estimate the length of objects in : a. metres; and b. centimetres.

5.2.1 Understand the relationship between units of length. i. Know and use the relationship between m and cm.

5.3.1 Add, subtract, multiply and divide units of length. i. Add units of length in : a. metres; and b. centimetres. ii. Subtract units of length in : a. metres; and b. centimetres. iii. Multiply units of length in : a. metres; and b. centimetres. iv. Divide units of length : a. metres; and b. centimetres.

5.4.1 Use and apply knowledge of length in real life. i. Solve problems involving length in real life situations.

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6.1.1 Measure and compare masses using standard units. i. Read scales to the nearest division. ii. Measure and record masses of objects using the standard units : a. kilograms; and b. grams. iii. Compare the masses of two objects using standard units : a. kilograms; and b. grams. iv. Estimate the masses of objects in : a. kilograms; and b. grams.

6.2.1 Understand the relationship between units of mass. i. Know and use the relationship between kg and g.

6.3.1 Add, subtract, multiply and divide units of mass. i. Add units of mass in : a. kilograms; and b. grams. ii. Subtract units of mass in : a. kilograms; and b. grams. iii. Multiply units of mass in : a. kilograms; and b. grams. iv. Divide units of mass : a. kilograms; and b. grams.

6.4.1 Use and apply knowledge of mass in real life. i. Solve problems involving mass in real life situations.

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7.1.1 Measure and compare volume of liquid using standard units. i. Read scales to the nearest division. ii. Measure and record volume of liquid using the standard units : a. litres; and b. millilitres. iii. Compare the volumes of two liquid using standard units : a. litres; and b. millilitres. iv. Estimate the volume of liquid in : a. litres; and b. millilitres.

7.2 Relationship between Units of Volume of Liquid 7.3 Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division involving volume of liquid.

7.2.1 Understand the relationship between units of volume of liquid. i. Know and use the relationship between l and ml.

7.3.1 Add, subtract, multiply and divide units of volume of liquid. i. Add units of volume of liquid in : a. litres; and b. millilitres. ii. Subtract units of volume of liquid in : a. litres; and b. millilitres. iii. Multiply units of volume of liquid in : a. litres; and b. millilitres. iv. Divide units of volume of liquid : a. litres; and b. millilitres.

7.4.1 Use and apply knowledge of volume of liquid in real life. i. Solve problems involving volume of liquid in real life . situations.

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8.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to 3-D shapes. i. Identify various types of prisms. ii. Label parts of prisms. 8.1.2 Describe and classify 3-D shapes. i. Describe features of prisms. ii. Compare prisms and non-prisms. 8.1.3 Build 3-D shapes. i. Build 3-D shapes using suitable materials. ii. Build 3-D shapes from given nets. iii. Identify simple nets of 3-D shapes.

8.2.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to 2-D shapes. i. Identify shapes of semi-circles and regular polygons. 8.2.2 Describe and classify 2-D shapes. i. Describe features of 2-D shapes : a. Semi-circles; and b. regular polygons ii. Compare and sort polygons and non-polygons.

i. Recognise lines of symmetry : a. in the environment. b. in 2-D shapes. ii. Sketch lines of symmetry.

9.1.1 Collect and organise data. i. Collect data based on given situations. ii. Sort and classify data. iii. Organise data in a table.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 1. WHOLE NUMBERS 1.1 Numbers to 100 000 1 LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES REMARKS

1.1.1 Develop number sense involving numbers up to 100 000. i. Name and write numbers up to 100 000. ii. Determine the place value of the digits in any whole numbers up to 100 000. iii. Compare value of numbers to 100 000, iv. Round off numbers to the nerest tens, hundreds and thousands.

1.2.1 Add numbers to the total of 100 000. i. Add any two to four numbers to 100 000. ii. Solve addition problems.

1.3 Subtraction Within 1.2.1 Subtract numbers from a number less than 100 000. The Range of 100 000 i. Sbtract one or two numbers from a bigger number less than 100 000. ii. Solve subtraction problems.

1.4.1 Multiply any two numbers with the highest product of 100 000. i. Multiply three-digit numbers with : a) 100; and b) two-digit numbers. ii. Multiply four-digit numbers with a) one-digit numbers, b) 10; and c) two-digit numbers. iii. Multiply two-digit numbers with 1 000. iv. Solve multiplication problems.

1.5.1 Divide a number less than 100 000 by a two-digit numbers. i. Divide four-digit numbers by a) one-digit numbers, b) 10, 100 and 1 000; and c) two-digit numbers. ii. Divide five-digit numbers by a) one-digit numbers, b) 10, 100 and 1 000; and c) two-digit numbers. iii. Solve division problems.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 1.6 Mixed Operations LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 1.6.1 Perform mixed operation involving addition and subtraction i. Perform mixed operations involving addition and subtraction with numbers less than a) 100, b) 1 000; and c) 10 000 ii) Solve mixed operation problems. REMARKS

2.1.1 Name and write proper fractions with denominators up to 10. i. Name and write proper fractions with denominators up to 10. ii. Compare the value of two proper fractions with a) the same denominators; and b) the numerator of 1 and different denominators up to 10.

2.2.1 Express equivalent fractions for proper fractions. i. Express and write equivalent fractions for proper fractions. ii. Express equivalent fracions to its simplest form.

2.3.1 Add two proper fractions with denominators up to 10. i. Add two proper fractions with the same denominator up to 10 to its simplest form a) with 1 as the numerator for both fractions; and b) with different numerators. ii. Add two proper fractions with different denominators up to 10 to its simplest form a) with 1 as the numerator for both fractions; and b) with different numerators. iii. Solve problems involving addition of proper fractions.

2.4.1 Subtract proper fractions with denominators up to 10. i. Subtract two proper fractions with the same denominator up to 10 to its simplest form a) with 1 as the numerator for both fractions; and b) with different numerators. ii. Subtract two proper fractions with different denominators up to 10 to its simplest form a) with 1 as the numerator for both fractions; and b) with different numerators. iii. Solve problems involving subtraction of proper fractions.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 3 DECIMALS 3.1 Decimal Numbers 14 LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 3.1.1 Understand decimal numbers i. Name and write decimals with a) one decimal place; and b) two decimal places. ii. Recognise the place value of a) tenths, b) hundredths; and c) tenths and hundredths. iii. Convert fraction to decimals of a) tenths, b) hundredths c) tenths and hundredth; and vice-versa. REMARKS

3.2.2 Add decimals up to two decimal palces. i. Add any two to four decimals of one decimal place involving a) decimals only, b) whole numbers and decimals; and c) mixed decimals ii. Add any two to four decimals of two decimal places involving a) decimals only, b) whole numbers and decimals; and c) mixed decimals iii. Solve problems involving addition of decimal numbers.

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3.3.1 Subtraction of decimal numbers. i. Subtract one to two decimals from a decimal of one decimal place involving a) decimals only, b) mixed decimals; and c) whole numbers and decimals (mixed decimals) ii. Subtract one to two decimals of one or two decimal places. iii. Solve problems involving subtraction of decimals.

3.4.1 Multiply decimals up to two decimal places with a whole number. i. Multiply any decimals of one decimal place with a) one-digit number; and b) 10, 100 and 1 000. i. Multiply any decimals of two decimal places with a) one-digit number; and b) 10, 100 and 1 000. iii. Solve problems involving multiplication of decimals.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 3.5 Division of Decimal Numbers 18 19 LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 3.5.1 Divide decimals up to two decimal places by a whole number. i. Divide decimals of one decimal place by a) one-digit number; and b) 10. i. Divide decimals of two decimal places by one-digit number. iii. Divide decimals by a whole number with the dividend value of up to two decimal placs. iv. Solve problems involving division of decimals. REMARKS

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4.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to money. i. Read and write the value of money up tp RM10 000. ii. Add money up to RM10 000. ii. Subtract money from RM10 000. iii. Multiply money to the highest product of RM10 000. iv. Divide money with dividend not more than RM10 000. v. Solve problems involving money in real life situations. vi. Perform mixed operation involving addition and subtraction involving money up RM10 000 vii. Round off money to the nearest "ringgit". 4.1.2. Use and apply knowledge of money in real life. i. Solve problems involving money up to RM10 000.

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5.1.1 Understand, read and write time in hours and minutes. i. Read time in hours and minutes according to the 12-hours system. iii. Write time in hours and minutes according to the 1-hours system.

5.2.1 Construct a simple schedule. i. Construct, read and extract information from a simple schedule. 5.2.2 Read a calender i. Extract information from a calendar. ii. Solve simple real life problems involving reading the calendar.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 5.3 Relationship between units of time LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 5.3.1 Understand the relationship between units of time. i. State the relationship between units of time; a) 1 day = 24 hours b) 1 year = 365 / 366 days c) 1 decade = 10 years ii. Convert : a) years to days, and vice versa, b) decades to years, and vice-cersa, c) years to months, and vice-versa, d) hours to days, and vice-versa. iii. Convert time from a) hours to minutes, and vice-versa, b) hours and minutes to minutes, and vice-versa; and c) minutes to hours and minutes, and vice-versa. REMARKS

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 5.5 Time Duration LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 5.5.1 Use and apply knowledge of time to find the duration. i. Read and state the start and end of an event from a schedule. ii. Calculate the duration of an event from a schedule in a) minutes, b) hours; and c) hours and minutes within a day and two consecutive five days. iii. Calculate the start or the end of an event from a given duration of time and read the start or end of an event. REMARKS

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6.1.1 Measure lengths using standard units. i. Read measurement of length using units of millimetre. ii. Write measurement of length to the nearest scales of tenth division for : a. centimetre; and b. metre. iii. Measure and record lengths of objects using units of : a. millimetre, b. centimetre and millimetre; and c. metre and centimetre. iv. Estimate the length of objects in : a. millimetre, b. metres and millimetre; and c. centimetre and millimetre,

6.2.1 Understand the relationship between units of length. i. State the relationship between centimetre and millimetre. ii. Convert units of length from : a) millimetre to centimetre and vice versa, b) compound units to a single unit.

6.3.1 Add and subtract length. i. Add units of length, involving conversion of units in ; a. millimetre, b. metre and centimetre; and c. centimetre and millimetre. ii. Subtract units of length, involving conversion of units in ; a. millimetre, b. metre and centimetre; and c. centimetre and millimetre.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 6.3 Basic Operations Involving Length LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 6.3.2 Multiply and divide length. i. Multiply units of length, involving conversion of units, by; a. a one-digit number; and b. 10, 100 and 1 000. ii. Divide units of length, involving conversion of units, by ; a. a one-digit number; and b. 10, 100 and 1 000. iii. Solve problems involving basic operations on length. REMARKS

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7.3.1 Add and subtract units of mass. i. Add mass, involving units of mass in ; a. kilogram, b. gram; and c. kilogram and gram. ii. Subtract mass, involving units of mass in ; a. kilogram, b. gram; and c. kilogram and gram. 7.3.2 Multiply and divide units of mass. iii. Multiply mass, involving conversion of units, with ; a. a one-digit number; and b. 10, 100 and 1 000. iv. Divide mass, involving conversion of units, with ; a. a one-digit number; and b. 10, 100 and 1 000. v. Solve problems involving basic operations with mass.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 8. Volume of Liquid 8.1 Measuring Volume of Liquid LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 8.1.1 Measure and compare volume of liquid using standard units. i. Read measurement of volume of liquid in litres and millilitres. ii. Write measurement of volume of liquid to the nearest scales of tenth division for : a. litre; and b. millilitre. iii. Measure and record the volume of liquid in litre and millilitre. iv. Estimate the volume of liquid in litre and millilitre. REMARKS

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8.2.2 Understand the relationship between units of volume of liquid. i. Convert units of volume, from : a) litre to millilitre, b) millilitre to litre, c) litre and millilitre to litre; and d) litre and millilitre to millilitre.

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8.3.1 Add and subtract units of volume. i. Add volume of liquid involving conversion of units in ; a. litre, b. millilitre; and c. litre and millilitre. ii. Subtract volume of liquid involving conversion of units in ; a. litre, b. millilitre; and c. litre and millilitre. 8.3.2 Multiply and divide units of volume. i. Multiply volume of liquid involving conversion of units by: a) a one-digit number; and b) 10, 100 and 1 000.. ii. Divide volume of liquid involving conversion of units by: a) a one-digit number; and b) 10, 100 and 1 000.. iii. Solve problems involving volume of liquid.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 9. SHAPE AND SPACE 9.1 Two-Dimensional Shapes (2-D Shapes) LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 9.1.1 Understand the perimeter of a 2-D shapes. i. Identify the sides of a : a) square, b) rectangle; and c) triangle. ii. Measure and record the perimeter of a : a) square, b) rectangle; and c) triangle. 9.1.2 Understand the area of a 2-D shape. i. Identify the dimensions of a : a) square; and b) rectangle. ii. Compare with unit squares the size of a : a) rectangle; and b) square. iii. Measure and record the dimensions of squares and rectangles. 9.1.3 Find the area and perimeter of 2-d shapes. i. Calculate the area of squares and rectangles. ii. Solve problems involving perimeter and ares of 2-D shapes. REMARKS

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9.2.1 Understand the volume for cubes and cuboids. i. Identify the dimensions of cubes and cuboids. ii. Compare with a unit cube: a) cuboid; and b) cube. iii. Measure and record the dimensions of cubes and cuboids. 9.2.2 Find the volume for cubes and cuboids. i. Calculate the volume of cubes and cuboids.. ii. Solve problems involving volume of cubes and cuboids.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 10 Data Handling 10.1 Pictograph LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 10.1.1 Use a pictograph to read and display data. i. Describe a pictograph featuring : a) the picture used to represent data, b) the title of the graph, c) what the axes represent; and d) what one unit of picture represent. ii. Extract and interpret information from pictograph. iii. Construct pictographs to illustrate given information. iv. Solve a given problem by organising and interpreting numerical data in pictographs. REMARKS

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WEEK 1 TOPIC/LEARNING 1. WHOLE NUMBERS AREAS 1. WHOLE NUMBERS 1.1 Numbers to 1 000 000

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 1.1.1 Develop number sense up to 1 000 000. i. Name and write numbers up to 1 000 000. ii. Determine the place value of the digits in any whole number up to 1 000 000. iii. Compare value of numbers up to 1 000 000. iv. Round off numbers to the nearest tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands and hundred thousands. REMARKS

1.2.1 Add numbers to the total of 1 000 000. i. Add any two to four numbers up to 1 000 000. ii. Solve addition problems.

1.3.1 Subtract numbers from a number less than 1 000 000. i. Subtract one number from a bigger number less than 1 000 000. ii. Subtract successively from a bigger number less than 1 000 000. ii. Solve subtraction problems.

1.4.1 Multiply any two numbers with the highest product of 1 000 000. i. Multiply up to five digit numbers with three-digit numbers with : a) a one-digit number, b) a two-digit number, c) 10, 100 and 1 000. ii. Solve problems involving multiplication.

1.5.1 Divide a number less than 1 000 000 by a two-digit number. i. Divide numbers up to six digits by : a) one-digit number, b) 10, 100 and 1 000; and c) two-digit number. ii. Solve problems involving division.

1.6.1 Perform mixed operations involving multiplication and division. i. Calculate mixed operation on whole numbers involving multipliction and division. ii) Solve problems involving mixed operations of division and. multiplication.

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.1.1 Understand improper fractions. i. Name and write improper fractions with denominators up to 10. ii. Compare the value of two improper fractions. REMARKS

2.2.1 Understand mixed numbers. i. Name and write mixed numbers with denominators up to 10. ii. Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice-versa.

2.3.1 Add two mixed numbers. i. Add two mixed numbers with the same denominators up to 10. ii. Add two mixed numbers with different denominators up to 10. iii. Solve problems involving addition of mixed numbers.

2.4.1 Subtract mixed numbers. i. Subtract two mixed numbers with the same denominator up to 10. ii. Subtract two mixed numbers with different denominators up to 10 iii. Solve problems involving subtraction of mixed numbers.

2.5.1 Multiply any proper fractions with a whole number up to 1 000. i. Multiply whole numbers with proper fractions. ii. Solve problems involving multiplication of fractions.

3.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to decimal decimals. i. Name and write decimal numbers to three decimal places. ii. Recognise the place value of thousandths. iii. Convert fractions of thousandths to decimal numbers and vice-versa. iv. Round off decimal numbers to the nearest : a) tenths, Page 46

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3.2.1 Add decimal numbers up to three decimal places. i. Add any two to four decimal numbers up to three decimal involving : a) decimal numbers and decimal numbers, b) whole numbers and decimal numbers. ii. Solve problems involving addition of decimal numbers.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 3.3.1 Subtraction decimal numbers up to three decimal places. i. Subtract a decimal number from another decimal up to three decimal places. ii. Subtract successively any two decimal numbers up to three decimal places. iii. Solve problems involving subtraction of decimal numbers. REMARKS

3.4.1 Multiply decimal numbers up to three decimal places with a whole number. i. Multiply any decimal numbers up to three decimal places with a) one-digit number b) a two-digit number, b) 10, 100 and 1 000. iii. Solve problems involving multiplication of decimals numbers.

3.5.1 Divide decimal numbers up to three decimal places by a whole number. i. Divide a whole number by : a) 10 b) 100 c) 1 000 ii. Divide a whole number by : a) a one-digit number, b) a two-digit number whole number. iii. Divide decimal number of three decimal places by : a) a one-digit number, b) a two-digit number whole number. c) 10 d) 100 iv. Solve problems involving division of decimal numbers.

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YEAR 5 ii. State fraction of hundredths in percentage. iii. Convert fraction of hundredths to percentage and vice-versa. 4.2.1 Relate fractions and decimals to percentage. i. Convert proper fractions of tenths to percentage. ii. Convert proper fractions with the denominators of 2, 4, 5, 20, 25 and 50 to percentage. iii. Convert percentage to fraction in its simplest form. iv. Convert percentage to decimal number and vice-versa.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 5.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to money. i. Read and write the value of money in ringgit and sen to RM100 000. 5.2 Use and apply Mathematics concepts when dealing with money up to RM100 000. i. Add money in ringgit and sen up to RM100 000. ii. Subtract money in ringgit and sen within the range of RM100 000. iii. Multiply money in ringgit and sen with a whole number, fraction or decimals with products within RM100 000. iv. Divide money in ringgit and sen with the dividend up to RM10 000. v. Perform mixed operation of multiplication and division involving money in ringgit and sen up to RM100 000. vi. Solve problems in real contexts involving money in ringgit and sen up to RM100 000. REMARKS

6.1.1 Understand the vocabulary related to time. i. Read and write time in the 24-hour system. ii. Relate the time in the 24-hour system to the 12-hour system. iii. Convert time from the 24-hour system to the 12-hour system and vice-versa. 6.2.1 Understand the relationship between units of time. i. Convert time in fractions and decimals of a minute to seconds. ii. Convert time in fractions and decimals of an hour to Page 48

YEAR 5 minutes and to seconds. iii. Convert time in fractions and decimals of a day to hours, minutes and seconds. iv. Convert units of time from : a) century to years and vice-versa. b) century to decades and vice-versa. 6.3.1 Add, subtract, multiply and divide units of time. i. Add time in hours, minutes and seconds. ii. Subtract time in hours, minutes and seconds. iii. Multiply time in hours, minutes and seconds. iv. Divide time in hours, minutes and seconds. 6.4 .1 Use and apply knowledge of time to find the duration. i. Identify the start and end times of an event. ii. Calculate the duration of an event involving : a) hours, minutes and seconds. b) days and hours. iii. Determine the start or end time of an event from a given duration of time. iv. Solve problems involving time duration in fractions and/or decimals of hours, minutes and seconds.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 7.1.1 Measure and compare distances. i. Describe by comparison the distance of one kilometre. ii. Measure using scales for distance between places. REMARKS

6.2.1 Understand the relationship between units of length. i. Relate metre and kilometre. ii. Convert metre to kilometre and vice-versa.

7.3.1 Add, subtract, multiply and divide units of length. i. Add and subtract units of length, involving conversion of units in ; a. kilometres, b. kilometres and metres. ii. Multiply and divide units of length in kilometres involving conversion of units with ; a.. a one-digit number, b. 10, 100 and 1 000. iii. Solve problems involving basic operations on length.

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YEAR 5 grams. ii. Compare the masses of two objects using kilogram and and gram, stating the comparison in multiples or fractions. iii. Estimate the masses of objects using kilograms and grams. 8.2.1 Understand the relationship between units of mass. i. Convert units of mass from fractions and decimals of a kilogram to grams and vice-versa. ii. Solve problems involving conversion of mass units in fraction and/or decimals.

9.1.1 Measure and compare volume of liquid using standard units. i. Measure and record the volumes of liquid in a smaller metric unit given the measure in fractions and/or decimals of a larger unit. ii. Estimate the volumes of liquid involving fractions and decimals in litres and millilitres. iii. Compare the volumes of liquid involving fractions and decimals using litres and millilitres. 9.2.1 Understand the relationship between units of volume of liquid. i. Convert unit of volumes involving fractions and decimals in litres and vice-versa. ii. Solve problem involving volume in liquid.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 9.3.1 Add and subtract units of volume. i. Add units of volume involving mixed decimals in ; a. litres, b. millilitres; and c. litres and millilitres. ii. Subtract units of volume involving mixed decimals in ; a. litres, b. millilitres; and c. litres and millilitres. 9.3.2 Multiply and divide units of volume. i. Multiply units of volume involving mixed number using: a) a one-digit number; and b) 10, 100 and 1 000 involving conversion of units. ii. Divide units of volume of liquid using: a) up to one digit number. b) 10, 100 and 1 000, involving conversion of units. Page 50 REMARKS

YEAR 5 iii. Divide unit of volume using: a) a dua-digit number, b) 10,100, 1 000, involving conversion of units. iv. Solve problems involving computations for volume of liquid.

10.1.1 Find the perimeter of composite 2-D shapes. i. Measure the perimeter of the following composite 2-D shapes: a) square and a square, b) rectangle and rectangle, c) triangle and triangle d) square and rectangle e) square and triangle f) rectangle and triangle ii. Calculate the perimeter of the following composite 2-D shapes: a) square and a square, b) rectangle and rectangle, c) triangle and triangle d) square and rectangle e) square and triangle f) rectangle and triangle iii. Solve problems involving perimeters of composite 2-D shapes. 10.2.1 Find the area of composite 2-D shapes. i. Measure the area of the following composite 2-D shapes: a) square and a square, b) rectangle and rectangle, c) triangle and triangle

LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES ii. Calculate the area of the following composite 2-D shapes. a) square and a square, b) rectangle and rectangle, c) triangle and triangle iii. Solve problems involving areas of composite 2-D shapes. 10.2.1 Find the volume of composite 3-D shapes. i. Measure the volume of the following composite 3-D shapes. a) cube and cube Page 51 REMARKS

YEAR 5 b) cuboid and cuboid c) cube and cuboid ii. Calculate the volume of the following composite 3-D shapes. a) cube and cube b) cuboid and cuboid c) cube and cuboid iii. Solve problems involving volume of composite 3-D shapes.

11.1.1 Understand and use the vocabulary related to average. i. Describe the meaning of average. ii. State the average of two or three quntities. iii. Determine the formula for average. 11.1.2 Use and apply knowledge of average. i. Calculate the average using formula. ii. Solve problem in real life situation. 11.2.1 Understand the vocabulary relating to data organisation in graphs. i. Recognise frequency, mode, range, maximum and minimum value from bar graphs. ii. Construct a bar graph from a given set of data. iii. Determine the frequency, mode, range, average, maximum and minimum value froma given graph.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 1. WHOLE NUMBERS 1.1 Numbers up to seven digits 1 2 LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES REMARKS

1.1.1 Develop number sense up to seven digits. i. Name and write numbers up to seven digits. ii. Determine the place value of the digits in any whole number up to seven digits. iii. Express whole numbers in a. decimals b. fractions of a million and vice versa. iv. Compare number values up to seven digits. v. Round off numbers to the nearest tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands and millions.

1.2.1 Add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers involving numbers up to seven digits. i. Add any two to five numbers up to 9 999 999. ii. Subtract : a. one number from a bigger number less than 10 000 000. b. successively from a bigger number less than 10 000 000. iii. Multiply up to six-digit numbers with : with : a) a one-digit number b) a two-digit number c) 10, 100 and 1 000. iv. Divide numbers up to seven-digits by : a) a one-digit number, b) 10, 100 and 1 000 c) two-digit number. v. Solve a) addition, b) subtraction, c) multiplication, d) division problems involving numbers up to seven digits.

1.3.1 Perform mixed operations with whole numbers. i. Compute mixed operations problems involving addition / subtraction and multiplication. ii. Compute mixed operations problems involving addition / subtraction and division. iii. Compute mixed operations problems involving brackets. iv. Solve problems involving mixed operations on numbers up to seven digits.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 2. FRACTIONS 7 2.1 Addition of Fractions LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 2.1.1 Add three mixed numbers with denominators up to 10. i. Add three mixed numbers with the same denominators up to 10. ii. Add three mixed numbers with different denominators up to 10. iii. Solve problems involving addition of mixed numbers. REMARKS

2.2 Subtract mixed numbers with denominators up to 10. i. Subtract involving three mixed numbers with the same denominators up to 10. ii. Subtract involving three mixed numbers with different denominators up to 10. iii. Solve problems involving subtraction of mixed numbers.

2.3.1 Multiply any mixed numbers with a whole number up to 1 000. i. Multiply mixed numbers with a whole number.

2.4.1 Divide fractions with a whole number and a fraction. i. Divide fractions with : a) a whole number. b) a fraction. ii. Divide mixed numbers with : a) a whole number. b) a fraction.

3.1.1 Perform mixed operations of addition and subtraction of decimals up to 3 decimal places. i. Add and subtract three to four decimal numbers up to 3 decimal places involving : a) decimal numbers only. b) whole numbers and decimal numbers. School break (10/3/12 - 18/3/12) Page 54

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 4. PERCENTAGE 4.1 Relationship between percentage, fraction and decimal LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 4.1.1 Relate fractions and decimals to percentage. i. Convert mixed numbers to percentage. ii. Convert decimal numbers of value more than 1 to percentage. iii. Find the value for a given percentage of a quantity. iv. Solve problems in real context involving relationships between percentage, fractions and decimals. REMARKS

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5.1.1 Use and apply number sense in real context involving money. i. Perform mixed operations with money up to a value of RM10 million. ii. Solve problems in real context involving computation of money.

6.1 Use and apply knowledge of time to find the duration. i. Calculate the duration of an event in between : a) months. b) years. c) dates. ii. Compute time period from situations expressed in fractions duration. iii. Solve problem in real context involving computation of time duration.

7.1.1 Use and apply fractional computation to problems involving length. i. Compute length from a situation expressed in fraction. ii. Solve problem in real context involving computation of length.

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WEEKTOPIC/LEARNING AREAS 9. VOLUME OF LIQUID 17 9.1 Computation of volume of liquid LEARNING OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES 9.1.1 Use and apply fractional computation to problems involving volume of liquid. i. Compute volume of liquid from a situation expressed in fraction. ii. Solve problem in real context involving computation of liquid. REMARKS

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10.1.1 Find the perimeter and area of composite 2-D shapes. i. Find the perimeter of a two-dimensional composite shape of two or more quadrilaterals and triangles. ii. Find the area of a two-dimensional composite shape of two or more quadrilaterals and triangles. iii. Solve problems in real contexts involving calculation of perimeter and area of two-dimensional shapes.

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10.2.1 Find the surface area and volume of composite 3-D shapes. i. Find the surface area of a 3-D composite shape of two or more cubes and cuboids. ii. Find volume of a 3-D composite shape of two or more cubes and cuboids. iii. Solve problems in real contexts involving calculation of surface area and volume of 3-D shapes. school break (26/5/12 - 10/6/12) 11.1.1 Understand and compute average. i. Calculate the average of up to five numbers.

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Tahun / Masa M/P Year 3 Arif 8.00 - 9.00 Mathematics Tajuk 1 Whole Numbers Hasil Pembelajaran Aktiviti Impak / Catatan 1. Students recognise division as sharing equally. 2. Resources: sweets, straws, glasses 3. 80 % of the students recognise division as sharing equally.

Pupils will be able 1. Mental Oral Activity to recognise division as sharing equally. 2. Teacher demonstrates 1.5 Division and introduces the within 6, 7, 8 division symbol. and 9 timetables 3. Pupils demonstrate division as sharing equally in groups. 4. Enrichment : Sing a song.

Tahun / Masa M/P Year 3 Arif 8.00 - 9.00 Mathematics Tajuk 2. Money 2.1 Money to RM100 Hasil Pembelajaran Pupils will be able to represent the value of money in RM' and 'sen'. Aktiviti 1. Students tell the value of genuine notes and coins up to RM10 and notes up to RM100. 2. Students show enough notes and coins to make up a small amount - role-playing. 3. Students repeat the 2nd activity in groups. 4. Enforcement : Students count and complete the amount of money on a worksheet. 5. Enrichment : Students to do the exercises in the Activity Book. Impak / Catatan 1. Students can say and show the correct amount of money. 2. Resources: genuine notes and coins, money kit, flash cards. 3. 90 % of the students can say and show the correct amount of money.

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