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What do I do well when I am studying number? How can I improve? (Sheet 1)

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Level

Level Wc

I can count with others up to 5.

I can use numbers to 5 in games and activities.

I can count to 3 and make sets of 3 objects.

I understand the words more and fewer.

I can use 1p coins, for example in shopping games for items to 5p.

With some help and encouragement, I join in with new number rhymes, songs, stories and games.

Level Wb

I can count with others up to 10.

I can count at least 5 objects.

I am beginning to name numbers from 1 to 5.

I am beginning to use the words more or less and to find the bigger or smaller group.

I am able to â€˜add oneâ€™ and â€˜take oneâ€™ when using objects.

Level Wa

I am beginning to count up to ten objects and join in when counting with other children beyond ten.

With other children, I can count on from a small number.

I am beginning to recognise the numbers 1 to 9 and match them to sets of objects.

I can add one and take one away from a set of objects.

I am beginning to use the words first, second and third.

I can estimate a small number and check by counting.

Level 2c

I can count on in ones from any two digit number.

I can count back from any two digit number.

I can read numbers up to 50.

I can write numbers up to 50.

I can order numbers to 50.

I can say a number that is ten more than another number.

I can say a number that is ten less than another number.

I know addition facts to 10.

I understand addition.

I can use different words that mean adding up.

I understand subtraction.

I can use different words that mean taking away.

I can work out problems in my head and tell my teacher how I did them.

Level 2b

I can count on and back in ones and tens from any two digit number to 100.

I can describe and finish odd and even number patterns.

I can count in 2s, 5s, and 10s forwards and backwards.

I can answer simple problems using adding and taking away and can explain how I solved them.

Level 2a

I can count in 100 from any 2 digit number to 1000.

I can name simple fractions such as a half and quarter.

I can find the fraction of a shape.

I am beginning to find the fraction of a number.

I can use and understand + - =.

I can round numbers up to 10 and 100.

I am beginning to be able to double and halve numbers to at least 10.

I can add and takeaway to at least 10.

I know that addition is the opposite of subtraction.

I know that when I add numbers, I can add them in any order.

I am beginning to think about the quickest method of calculation that I can use to solve addition and subtraction problems.

I know that I can use grouping and sharing when solving division problems.

I know that multiplication is the same as repeated addition.

What do I do well when I am studying number?

How can I improve?

(Sheet 1)

Level 1c

I can say and use the number names to 10 in order.

I can read the numbers 1 to 9.

I am beginning to use the words smaller and greater when talking about numbers.Â

I can say the number that is one more than a number up to 10.

I can talk about simple patterns.

I can use adding words.

Level 1b

I can count up to 10 objects.

I can use the words more or less when talking about numbers or amounts to at least 10.

I can use the words â€˜greater thanâ€™ when talking about numbers to at least 10.

I can talk about and make patterns.

I can use taking away words.

Level 1a

I can count to 20 and back.

I can read numbers up to 20.

I can write numbers up to 20.

I can put numbers up to 20 in order.

I can say the number that is 1 more or less than a number to 20.

I can say the number that is 1 greater or smaller than a number to 20.

I can make and explain patterns.

I can put two groups of cubes together and talk about what is happening.

I can take away some cubes from a group and talk about what is happening.

I can sort objects and describe how I have sorted them.

My new targets:

Name:_____________________________________

Date:______________________________________

Level

Level 4c

I can recognise fractions for a half, a quarter, three quarters, one fifth and one tenth of a shape and number.

I can use decimal notation for tenths.

I can answer division sums that have remainders.

I can add numbers to 10, 000 using pencil and paper methods.

Level 4b

I can use decimal notation for hundredths.

I can recognise simple fractions that are several parts of whole.

I can round a number with one decimal place and two decimal places to the nearest whole number.

I can match fractions to decimals.

I understand percentages as a number of parts in every 100.

I can recognise and calculate square numbers and beginning to understand the notation up to 10x10. (10Â²).

I know my times tables to 10x10.

I can carry out multiplication of 3 digit numbers by single digits.

I can carry out division of 3 digit numbers by single digits.

I can quickly work out division facts using my times tables up to 10x10.

I can multiply and divide any whole number up to 10, 000 by 10 and 100 and understand the effect.

I am able to carry out non-standard column subtraction of positive numbers less than 10, 000.

I can carry out standard and non-standard addition of numbers involving decimals.

Level 4a

I can recognise simple fractions that are mixed numbers.

I can recognise simple equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages.

I can order a given set of positive and negative numbers.

I can order a set of mixed decimals up to 3 places.

I can find simple percentages of small whole numbers and quantities.

I am beginning to use words to express simple formulae.

I can multiply a two digit number by a two digit number.

I can multiply and divide decimals mentally by 10 and 100 and explain the effect.

I can carry out standard and non-standard addition and subtraction of numbers involving decimals.

I can mentally calculate a difference such as 8006 â€“ 2993.

I can check answers by using the inverse operation or estimating and using approximations.

Level 3c

I can read whole numbers to 100.

I can count on and back in tens and hundreds from any two or three digit number.

I can name fractions such as Â½,1/3, Â¼, 1/5, 1/10 and find fractions of shapes.

I can use symbols like + - x Ã·.

I can round numbers to 100 and beyond to the nearest 10.

I can recognise negative numbers.

I can count on and back past 0.

I can use and choose the best operation to solve problems.

I can explain how I solved the problem.

I know that halving is the opposite of doubling and use it in my work.

I know all addition facts for numbers to at least 20.

I know by heart the multiplication facts for 2, 5 and 10.

I am beginning to know that division is the opposite of multiplication.

I can use my two times tables to help me solve problems.

I can solve division problems using the 2, 5 and 10 times tables.

I am beginning to use Â£ and p.

Level 3b

I can read whole numbers to 1000 and beyond.

I can write and order numbers to 1000 and beyond.

I know the value of each digit in a number.

I can count back in tens from any 3 digit number.

I can recognise simple fractions of shapes and numbers such as Â½, 1/3, Â¼, 1/5, 1/10.

I can round numbers up to 1000 to the nearest 10.

I know the easy way to add or subtract 9 or 11 to or from a two digit number.

I know all the subtraction facts for all the numbers up to 20.

I know my 3 and 4 times tables.

I am beginning to use my 2, 5 and 10 times tables to solve problems.

I understand and use Â£ and p.

Level 3a

I can recognise fractions such as Â½, 1/3, Â¼, 1/5, 1/10.

I can round numbers up to 1000 to the nearest 100.

I can subtract a near multiple of 10 from a 2 digit number.

I can mentally add and subtract any two digit numbers.

I can carry out non standard column addition of 2 numbers less than 1000.

I can carry out non standard column subtraction of 2 numbers less than 1000.

I can carry out non-standard column addition of more than two numbers.

I can use the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables to solve problems.

I can use the fact that division is the inverse of multiplication to solve problems, in which I need to use the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables.

I can use the 3 and 4 times tables to solve division problems.

What do I do well when I am studying number?

How can I improve?

(Sheet 2)

Level 5c

I can reduce a fraction to its simplest form by cancelling common factors.

I can use fractions of numbers or quantities such as five eighths of 32 or seven tenths of 40cm.

I can calculate the squares and square roots of given numbers.

I use letter symbols to represent an unknown number of variables.

I can carry out multiplication and division of numbers involving decimals by 10, 100 and 1000 and explain their effect.

I can carry out multiplication of a three digit number by a two digit number.

Level 5b

I am beginning to solve simple problems involving ratio and proportion.

I understand and use terms such as highest common factor, highest common multiple, lowest common factor and lowest common multiple.

I can recognise that AÂ¬B is the same as BÂ¬A, A+B is the same as B+A where A and B can stand for any number.

I can recognise that the above rule is not a rule for subtraction and division.

I can add and subtract negative numbers in context e.g. temperature.

I know and use the order of calculations, including brackets.

Level 5a

I can use a number line to compare fractions and explain my thinking.

I can plot the graphs of simple linear functions.

I use my knowledge of place value and/or approximation to carry out calculations involving decimals.

I can adjust answers appropriately e.g. 2.3 x 6.7 is the same as 23 x 67 Ã· 10 Ã· 10

My new targets:

Name:___________________________________

Date:____________________________________

Level Wc

I can sort objects using given criteria.

I am beginning to identify objects that are different to the others in a set.

I can copy a simple pattern or sequence for example a pattern of large and small cups.

Level Wb

I sort objects in a range of activities using given criteria.

I can identify when an object is different and does not belong to a given set.

Level Wa

I can recognise, describe and recreate simple repeating patterns and sequences.

I am beginning to solve simple problems when I am playing.

I am beginning to make simple estimates such as how many cubes will fit into a box.

Level 4

I can choose and use appropriate number operations and ways of calculating (mental; with jottings;pencil and paper) to solve problems.

I can use all four number operations (+ - x Ã·) to solve problems involving numbers, quantities and time and can explain my methods and reasoning.

I can develop my own strategies for problem solving.

I can present information and results in a clear and organised way.

I can refine methods of recording and can explain my findings to others.

What do I do well when I am solving problems?

How can I improve?

Level 5

I can derive and use simple formula.

I can show reasoning, suggest extensions and justify my results and predictions.

I can identify and use appropriate operations (including a combination of operations) to solve word problems.

I can draw conclusions involving numbers and quantities and explain methods and reasoning.

I can check my results and think about whether they are reasonable.

Level 1

I use maths in the classroom.

I can use simple methods to finish a task.

I am beginning to talk about simple patterns.

I an beginning to represent work with pictures and objects and to talk about them.

I am beginning to move onto written work.

I am beginning to use maths words and symbols.

My new targets:

Level 2

I can talk about how I solved a problem.

I am beginning to decide how to solve a problem.

I am beginning to draw simple diagrams and use symbols.

I ask questions and answer them using maths words.

Level

Level 3

I am beginning to work my way through difficulties when solving problems.

I can explain my thinking and discuss my work.

I can organise my work and check results.

I can use and interpret mathematical symbols and diagrams.

I can choose the correct operation (+ - x Ã·) when solving problems including those involving money.

Name:______________________________________

Date:_______________________________________

Level

Level Wc

I know when objects are not in their usual place.

I talk about the size of objects.

I can handle 2D shapes.

I understand words, signs and symbols that tell me the position of objects.

I understand more and less in practical situations, for example I can find the cup that has more water in it.

Level Wb

I am beginning to understand forwards and backwards.

I am beginning to pick out named shapes from a group.

I can use simple words when comparing size, quantities and describing position.

Level Wa

I can compare two lengths where the difference is marked and can say which is the long one or the tall one.

I am familiar with the days of the week and times such as meal times and bedtimes.

I am beginning to use words such as straight, circle and larger to describe the shape and size of solids and flat shapes.

I can talk about shapes in simple models, pictures and patterns.

Level 2c

I know the days of the week in order.

I can tell the time using oâ€™clock.

I can tell my teacher the best non standard unit of measurement for the task.

I can tell my teacher the best piece of non standard measuring equipment to measure a length, mass or capacity.

I can name 2D and 3D shapes.

I can use words like under, over, above and below to tell my teacher where things are in my classroom.

Level 2b

I can read a simple scale to the nearest division.

I can use a ruler to measure lines to the nearest cm.

I can read oâ€™clock and half past on digital and analogue clocks.

I can sort 2D and 3D shapes and describe some of their features.

Level 2a

I can draw lines to the nearest cm.

I can tell my teacher the units of measure needed for different measurements.

I can read quarter hours on a digital and analogue clock.

I can order the months of the year.

I can measure, estimate and compare lengths and mass using standard units.

I am able to describe position, direction and movement.

I can identify right angles.

I can sort objects and classify them using more than 1 criterion.

I can record results in simple lists, tables and block graphs and talk about my findings.

What do I do well when I am studying shape, space and measure?

How can I improve?

Sheet 1

Level 1c

I can describe common 3D shapes using words such as box and ball.

Level 1b

I can use the words heavier and lighter.

I can name some 2D and 3D shapes.

Level 1a

I can compare two lengths using the words shorter and longer.

I can compare two masses using the words heavier and lighter.

I can compare two capacities using the words more or less.

I am beginning to use time words.

I am able to sequence events.

I can describe common 2D and 3D shapes.

I use words like under, over, above and below to tell my teacher where things are in my classroom.

I can sort objects and explain how I have sorted them.

Level 3c

I can estimate, measure and compare capacity using standard units.

I can suggest suitable units and equipment for such measures.

I can match digital and analogue times for quarter to and past the hour.

I can find lines of symmetry in simple shapes.

I can recognise shapes with no lines of symmetry.

I can recognise right angles.

I can use co-ordinates such as B4 and C5.

Level 3b

I can tell the time to the nearest five minutes.

I know how some units of length, mass and capacity are linked and I use them in everyday situations.

I can classify polygons using criteria such as number of right angles.

Level 3a

I can change digital times to analogue times and analogue times to digital.

I know time facts such as 60 seconds = 1 minute, 60 minutes = 1 hour, 24hours = 1 day.

I can calculate the passing of time.

I can classify polygons according to whether they are regular, symmetrical etc.

I am beginning to recognise rotational symmetry and to explain what I see.

I can reflect shapes in a horizontal and vertical mirror line.

I can read and plot co-ordinates such as (4,5).

My new targets:

Name:______________________________________

Date:_______________________________________

Level 3c

I can estimate, measure and compare capacity using standard units.

I can suggest suitable units and equipment for such measures.

I can match digital and analogue times for quarter to and past the hour.

I can find lines of symmetry in simple shapes.

I can recognise shapes with no lines of symmetry.

I can recognise right angles.

I can use co-ordinates such as B4 and C5.

Level 3b

I can tell the time to the nearest five minutes.

I know how some units of length, mass and capacity are linked and I use them in everyday situations.

I can classify polygons using properties such as number of right angles.

Level 3a

I can change digital times to analogue times and analogue times to digital.

I know time facts such as 60 seconds = 1 minute, 60 minutes = 1 hour, 24hours = 1 day.

I can calculate the passing of time.

I can sort polygons according to whether they are regular, symmetrical etc.

I am beginning to recognise rotational symmetry and to explain what I see.

I can reflect shapes in a horizontal and vertical mirror line.

I can read and plot co-ordinates such as (4,5).

Level 5c

I can calculate the perimeter of simple compound shapes that can be split into rectangles.

I can find the area of simple compound shapes.

I can measure angles to the nearest degree using a protractor.

I am beginning to calculate volume using the formula LXBXH.

I know that the sum of angles at a point equals 360 degrees and that the angles in a straight line and triangle equals 180 degrees.

I can identify and use perpendicular lines.

I am aware of Pi.

I can reflect shapes in two mirror lines.

I can investigate the relationship between circumference and diameter in a practical way.

Level 5b

I can construct models and draw shapes using measures and am able to draw angles to the nearest degree and lines to the nearest mm.

I can draw a variety of 2D shapes, selecting and using the appropriate equipment.

Level 5a

I can convert simple metric units to equivalent imperial units e.g 8km = approximately 5 miles and vice versa, so 24km = approx 15 miles.

I can use the correct vocabulary when labelling lines, angles and shapes.

What do I do well when I am studying shape, space and measure?

How can I improve?

Sheet 2

Level 4c

I can calculate the area of simple shapes measured in cmÂ² by counting squares.

I can rotate shapes about a given point.

I can sort triangles and quadrilaterals according to angle sizes and symmetry properties.

Level 4b

I can calculate areas of irregular shapes measured in square centimetres.

I can identify and use parallel lines.

I can calculate volume using practical apparatus.

I can identify types of angles including right, acute, obtuse and reflex.

I can solve problems using co-ordinates such as (2,3)

Level 4a

I can understand and use the formula LXB to calculate area.

I can beginning to estimate and measure angles of different sizes.

I can estimate and compare the volume of a range of regular shapes.

I have used equipment to explore circumference and diameter of circles.

I can match12 hour and 24 hour clocks.

I can recognise properties of right angles.

I can reflect shapes in a diagonal mirror line.

I can carry out simple translation of shapes.

I can read and plot co-ordinates in all four quadrants.

My new targets:

Level

Name:______________________________________

Date:_______________________________________

Level 5c

I can solve problems by extracting and interpreting information presented in tables, graphs and charts.

I understand that line graphs of discrete data show trends but cannot be used to interpolate intermediate values.

I can solve more complex problems involving probability.

Level 5b

I can group data in equal class intervals and represent data in frequency diagrams.

I understand and can use the probability scale 0â€“1.

Level 5a

I can choose the most appropriate average of a set of data.

I can compare two sets of data using range and one of either mode, median or mean.

Level 3c

I can solve a given problem by looking at simple data.

Level 3b

I am beginning to organise and interpret simple data.

I can use a simple database.

I can draw bar charts and pictograms where symbols represent a group of units.

Level 3a

I can solve a problem by organising numerical data in simple lists, tables and graphs.

I can input data into a simple database.

I am beginning to understand probability words such as certain, likely, unlikely and impossible.

What do I do well when I am handling data?

How can I improve?

Level 4c

I can find the mode in a set of data.

Level 4b

I can change data in tables into graphs and vice versa.

I can recognise and calculate the median.

I can identify probability of events.

I can draw and answer questions on simple line graphs.

Level 4a

I can calculate the mean and range of a set of data.

I can solve simple problems involving probability.

I can read frequency diagrams of groups of data.

My new targets:

Level

Name:________________________

Date:_________________________