Build Confidence
In Maths

Developing early maths skills sets young learners for achievement in maths later on in life.

Key Foundation Skills

Colour

Support your child to identify and match colours. Your child will name and sort primary and secondary colours while relating them with everyday objects.

Patterning

Recognising patterns helps your child make predictions on what comes next. Your child will extend and create simple to complex patterns.

Geometry

Unlock your child’s logical thinking to identify and compare shapes. Your child will trace lines into shapes and form new figures.

Comparison

Build your child’s understanding of comparative vocabulary to match and measure objects. Your child will learn how to read graphs and tell time.

Spatial

Develop your child’s spatial awareness to understand the concept of direction, distance and location. Your child will respond to positional words and follow directions.

Counting

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Operation

We embrace a culture of continuous innovation to promote early childhood education that is relevant to learning and living in the 21st century.

Progressive Learning Journey

  • L1
  • L2
  • L3
  • L4
  • L5
  • L6
  • L7
  • L8

Colour

  • Identify primary colours
  • Sort colours

Geometry

  • Identify basic shapes and parallelograms
  • Trace curved and straight lines

Operation

  • Recognise and trace numerals (1 – 8)
  • Associate quantities to numerals

Spacial Awareness

  • Follow simple directions relating to the position of an object

Counting

  • Rote count and count reliably (1-8)
  • Master one to one correspondence

Comparison

  • Compare objects by one attribute
  • Make simple comparisons between objects

Colour

  • Identify secondary colours
  • Sort colours

Patterning

  • Recognise and extend simple patterns

Geometry

  • Identify shapes and its properties
  • Relate shape with objects in the environment

Operation

  • Recognise and trace numerals (1 – 10)
  • Learn simple addition and subtraction

Spacial Awareness

  • Follow simple directions relating to the position of an object

Counting

  • Rote count and count reliably (1-10)
  • Master one to one correspondence

Comparison

  • Compare objects by one attribute
  • Master concept of more/less/same

Colour

  • Identify one colour from a group of three colours

Patterning

  • Recognise simple AB and ABC patterns
  • Relate AB patterns to the everyday environment

Geometry

  • Identify 3-5 sides polygons and its properties

Operation

  • Writing numerals (1-19)
  • Identify ‘+’, ‘-’ and ‘=’ maths sign

Spacial Awareness

  • Describe relative positions (e.g. inside / outside, above / below)

Counting

  • Add two sets of objects together (1-13)
  • Subtract quantities from one group of objects (1-10)

Comparison

  • Measure and compare objects by length, weight and height using non standard units
  • Sort one category from an assortment of sizes, length and weight

Colour

  • Identify one colour from a variety of colours
  • Sort objects by 2 attributes (e.g. colour with size or shape)

Patterning

  • Recognise simple AB and ABC patterns

Geometry

  • Identify 6-10 sides polygon (e.g hexagon)

Operation

  • Write numerals (1-50)
  • Add up to 3 sets of numbers with objects (1-20)

Spacial Awareness

  • Master describing relative positions (above/below)

Counting

  • Add up to three sets of numbers in tens
  • Subtract quantities from one group of objects

Comparison

  • Match number names to its numerals (1-20)
  • Master concept of first and last

Colour

  • Identify tone of primary colours (red and yellow)

Patterning

  • Extend, create and complete simple patterns by attributes

Geometry

  • Identify basic shapes in parts (½ and ¼ )
  • Use basic shapes to form larger shapes

Operation

  • Master writing numerals (1-99)
  • Add and subtract numbers in tens and ones

Spacial Awareness

  • Master indicating an object’s location through positional words

Counting

  • Count reliably in sequence (1-99)
  • Combine sets of tens in sequence (10-90)

Comparison

  • Compare quantities and adding on to make each set equal
  • Measure objects by weight and width using comparative vocabulary

Colour

  • Identify tone of primary colours (blue)

Geometry

  • Use equilaterlal or right angle triangles to form a figure
  • Use basic shapes to form a figure (whole and half shape)

Operation

  • Add and subtract numbers of tens and ones horizontally
  • Understand number notation and place value
  • Solve story sums

Counting

  • Count reliably in sets of tens and ones (1-99)
  • Group even and odd sets (10-20)

Comparison

  • Compare number of items in a graph
  • Measure objects by length, weight and height using units
  • Identify and understand order and names of months in a year

Colour

  • Identify and form secondary colours

Patterning

  • Create complex patterns using 3D shapes

Geometry

  • Identify geometric solids (e.g. sphere, cube and cone)

Operation

  • Write numerals (1-909)
  • Add and subtract numbers vertically

Spacial Awareness

  • Make simple sketches or maps with directions to locate objects
  • Recognise and identify elements by position

Counting

  • Count reliably in sequence (1-999)

Comparison

  • Identify items in pictorial, modular and numeral graph charts
  • Sort numerals or number words in order

Colour

  • Identify and form secondary colours

Patterning

  • Recognise and complete number patterns

Geometry

  • Identify 2D and 3D geometric solids (e.g. pyramid, cylinder and rectangular prism)
  • Master concepts of flip/turn/side of an object

Operation

  • Add and subtract from sets
  • Master multiplication and division (2, 3, 4, 5)

Counting

  • Master counting and dividing equally

Comparison

  • Compare money amount using cents and dollars
  • Identify and write time by the hour and minute
  • Measure and compare using the metric system

Interactive Lesson Modules

Story Castle

Be immersed in Maths through stories where your child will be exposed to Maths concepts. Your child will engage in playful Maths experiences such as counting objects and problem solving.

What your child will learn:

  • Apply mathematical thinking
  • Develop number sense
  • Practice counting

Riddle Me

Build your child’s Maths confidence with a focus to count and solve questions independently. Your child will begin to perform simple calculations such as addition and subtraction.

What your child will learn:

  • Count reliably
  • Add numbers together
  • Write numerals

Math It

Story sums is highly regarded in the Maths curriculum, as it enhances your child’s mental skill and boost creative thinking. Your child will develop the ability to solve Maths word problems.

What your child will learn:

  • Make comparisons
  • Combine sets of numbers
  • Identify items in graphs

Math in Life

Connecting the dots between learnt Maths concepts and everyday life will help reinforce your child’s learning progress. Your child will solve real-world problems using Maths skills that they have previously learnt.

What your child will learn:

  • Identify shapes
  • Recognise patterns
  • Describe relative positions
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