Monday 26th September is a School Development Day for staff. Children will return to school on Tuesday 27th September.

## Primary 4

Welcome to Primary 4

The Primary 4 teachers this year are:

Miss Whoriskey in room 13

Mrs McCusker in room 14

Mrs J. McLaughlin in room 15

Mrs MacFarland in room 16

Maths in Primary 4

Dear Parents,

Please find a list of the areas in Maths your child will cover in Primary 4:

• Exploration of numbers 1-20, 50, 100 and 999
• Number Identification
• Number before/after/inbetween
• More/Less
• Odd/Even
• Order numbers in Increasing and Decreasing order
• Identify the number sequence and the missing numbers
• Number doubles (3+3, 12+12...)
• Near doubles (3+4, 8+9...)
• Halving numbers
• Number Stories 1-20 (the facts to add and subtract to make each number)
• Addition and Subtraction patterns (9+1=10, 1+9=10, 10-1=9, 10-9=1)
• Counting forward to find the difference (23 + _= 31)
• Patterns in addition (4+3=7 so 14+3=17 and 54+3=57)
• Patterns in subtraction (9-5=4 so 19-5=14 and 79-5=74)
• Partitioning numbers to add (23+28    =    23+ 20+8)
• Partitioning numbers to subtract (56-32    =    56-30-2)
• Addition and Subtraction within 999
• Place Value (adding hundreds tens and units)
• Tens and Units sums (Adding bridging the ten and carrying the ten)
• Hundreds, Tens and Units sums (Adding bridging the hundred and carrying the hundred)
• Subtraction using Decomposition
• Language of addition and subtraction (plus, more, increase, minus, decrease....)
• Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100
• 2x, 5x, 10x, 3x, 4x and 6x multiplication and division tables
• The relationship between multiplication and division (3x4=12 so 12 divided by 4=3)
• Language of multiplication and division (sets of, times, groups of, shared between, how many each...)
• Money
• Identify coins and sterling notes (1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1.00, £2.00, £5.00 and £10.00)
• Count and make amounts within £9.99
• Add amounts to £9.99 to find total cost
• Change from £9.99
• Shape
• Identify 2D and 3D Shapes
• Properties of each shape (how many sides, vertices)
• Measure
• Time - Identify analogue and digital times (o'clock, half past, quarter past and to and all five minute interval times)
• Time problems
• Sequencing days of week and months of the year
• Number of days in each month
• Measuring length and height in metres and centimetres
• Measuring weight in grams and kilograms
• Measuring capacity in millilitres and litres
• Measuring area and perimeter
• Data Handling
• Conduct a Survey
• Record results in a Tally Chart
• Construct and Interpret Carroll Diagrams, Pictograms and Bar and Block Graphs