1.
Subtract fractions within
one whole.
2. Recognise
equivalent fractions.
3. Recognise equivalent fractions using a
fraction wall.
4. Calculate
the perimeter rectangles in centimeters and in meters.
5. Using
a ruler, draw and calculate the perimeter of rectangles.
6. Count
on and back in multiples of 50 and 100. Find 100 more or less than a given
number.
7. Measure
and calculate the perimeter of 2D shapes to the nearest centimeters.
8. Compare
and order numbers up to 1000.
9. Partition
3 digit numbers in various ways.
10. Know the equivalent of of 1 litre in milliliters.
11. Know
the equivalent of of 1 litre in millilitres.
12. Read scales marked in
liters and in milliliters to the nearest 100 ml.
13. Measure and compare
capacities; use simple scaling of quantities and equivalents of mixed units.