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Numeration system

i)  Counting objects and numbers 1-20 ii)  Counting and writing numbers 1-20 iii)  Matching pictures to numbers iv)  Counting numbers from 21-50 v)  Filling in the missing numbers vi)  Numbers which come after vii)  Numbers which come between viii)
Numbers which come before

  1. Comparing pairs of numbers up to 50 using smaller (less),/ greater(bigger)
  2. Arranging the numbers from the smallest to the biggest xi)  Arranging the numbers from big to small xii)  Numbers words from 0 – 20, 21 – 35, 36-50

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Sets

i)
Definition ii)
Naming sets iii)
Drawing sets iv)
Empty sets

v)
Matching sets vi)
Comparing sets

vii)  Forming small sets from big set viii)
Forming a big set from small sets ix)  Joining sets

3.
Operation on numbers

  1. Addition of numbers less than 20 (horizontally and vertically)
  2. Word problems involving addition of numbers iii)  Adding using a numberline
  3. Subtraction of numbers less than 20 (horizontally and

    vertically)

  4. Word statements involving subtraction

4.
Place values

i)  Tens and ones (drawing and counting ) ii)  Counting in tens iii)  Counting tens and ones iv)  Filling in the missing tens and ones

  1. Drawing sticks to show tens and ones
  2. Presenting numbers on the abacus vii)
    Expanding numbers viii)
    Adding tens and ones ix)
    Word statements in addition of tens and ones x)
    Subtraction of tens and ones

 xi)  Word statements in subtraction of tens and ones

 

LESSON NOTES FOR PRIMARY ONE TERM ONE

Theme: our school

Topic :  Numeration system

Counting objects and numbers from 1-20

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Activity

Count and write the number

   =  _________

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Counting and writing numbers 1-20

1, 2, 3, 4, ___, ___, 6, ___, 8, ___, 10, ____, ____, 13, ____, ___, 16, 17, ___, 19, ____

 

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Fill in the missing numbers

  1. 2, 3, ___ ____, 6
  2. 9, 8, ___, 6, ___, 4

 

Counting numbers from 21-50

21, 22, 23, 24,

25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49, 50

Activity:

  • Reciting rhymes about numbers
  • Counting orally from 0 – 50
  • Copying numbers from charts/ chalk board 0 – 50

Fill in the missing numbers

  1. 21, 22, ___, ___, 25, ___, ___, 28
  2. 30, 31, ___, 33, ____, ___ 36
  3. 41, 42, ____, ___, 45, ____, ____ Which number comes right after?

 2, ____          6, _____    9,_____

 12, ___          16, ____    19, _____

 22, ____          34, ____    49, ____

_____ numbers comes right after 11?

_____ number comes after 16?

Which number comes just after 13? _____

What number come just after 40? _____

Which number comes between? a)
3, ___, 5      b)  4, ____, 6 b)
7, ___, ____, 10  c)  9, ____, ____, 13

c)
22, ____, 24      f)  39, ___, 41 g)  which number comes between 7 and 9? h)  What number is between 14 and 16?

What number comes right before?

_____, 3    ____, 7      ____, 9    ____11

____, 14    ____ , 19      ____,22    ____,24  ____,32

  1. ______comes just before 10
  2. _____comes just before 20
  3. What number comes just before 12? ________
  4. What number comes right before 29? ______

Circle the smaller (less) number

a)  4 and 2    b)  7 and 5  c)  1 and 9  d)  10 and 20

Under line the smaller (less) number

a) 12 and 22    b) 14 and 41    c) 6 and 9  d) 13 and 31

a) 2, 7, 9  b) 7, 6, 5  c)  1, 2, 3  d) 10, 20, 30

Circle the greater (bigger) number a)  4, 3, 1        b)  15, 5, 50  c)  7, 5, 9, 10 d)  8, 2, 12, 16    d)  40, 30, 10, 20    e)  21, 11, 31

Underline the greatest (biggest) number a)  1, 2, 3      b)  11, 6, 5    c)  7, 2, 6 d)  10, 11, 9, 4    e)  22, 12, 32  d)  40, 30, 20, 10

f)  50, 10, 20, 30

Arrange the numbers from the smallest to the biggest

  1. 7, 1, 2  ________________
  2. 12, 18, 15 _______________
  3. 5, 9, 3, 1  _____________
  4. 50, 10, 20, 40, 30  ___________

Arrange the numbers from the biggest to the smallest.

  1. 1, 2, 3, 4, ______
  2. 5, 3, 6, _______
  3. 10, 8, 9, ______
  4. 6, 7, 8, 9

Number words from 0 – 20

  1. zero
  2. one
  3. two
  4. three
  5. four
  6. five
  7. six
  8. seven
  9. eight
  10. nine
  11. ten
  12. eleven
  13. twelve
  14. thirteen
  15. fourteen
  16. fifteen
  17. sixteen
  18. seventeen
  19. eighteen
  20. nineteen
  21. twenty

Number words from 21 – 35

  1. twenty one
  2. twenty two
  3. twenty three
  4. twenty four
  5. twenty five
  6. twenty six
  7. twenty seven
  8. twenty eight
  9. twenty nine
  10. thirty
  11. thirty one
  12. thirty two
  13. thirty three
  14. thirty four
  15. thirty five

Write the missing number words

22 = __________________    30 = ______________ 24= __________________      32  thirty two

  1. = ______________________    33 = ______________
  2. = ________________________    21 = ___________________

 

Write in figures

  1. thirty six          43  ________________________
  2. _______________      44  ________________________
  3. _____________________    45  forty five
  4. ______________________    46  _______________________
  5. forty        47  ________________________
  6. forty one      47  ________________________
  7. __________________    48  forty eight

49  ____________________  50  fifty

 

Sets

What is a set?

 

A set is a group of objects

Or A set is a collection of objects

Objects found in a set are called

 Members or elements

Note: The introduction of sets must be done practically. (Organize the materials to be used in time)

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_________________________      _______________________ Draw these sets

  1. A set of three flowers
  2. A set of six boys
  3. A set of ten oranges
  4. A set of four chairs
  5. A set of seven triangles

Empty sets: what is an empty set?

An empty set is a set without members

Or

An empty set is a set with no members

Name this set

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Draw an empty set

 

 

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Matching sets with the same number of members.

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1, 2, 3

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Comparing members in the given sets

A            B

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  1. set A has _______________members
  2. set B has _____________elements
  3. how many members are in both sets?

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Comparing sets using more or less

     Set X      Set Y

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  1. set Y has ______________members
  2. Set X ha __________________memebrs
  3. Which set has more members?
  4. Which set has less members?
  5. How many members are in set Y?
  6. How many members are both sets?

Forming new sets

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Joining sets

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plus equals

   

 4    +      0    =  __________

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   _____  +    _______    =  __________

TOPIC :  OPERATION ON WHOLE NUMBERS

Addition of numbers less than 20 (horizontally)

 3+5 =

2+4+ 0= _____

 9 + 2 =

3 + 7 + 5 = __________

 5 + 0 =

8 + 4 + 6 =

 3 + 6 =

7 + 3 + 5 =

 11 + 4 =

13 cups + 5 cups =

10 books + 10 books =

Addition of numbers less than 20 (vertically)

 5        6        7      6

+  9      +  4      +  7    +  5

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Word statements in addition of numbers

  1. Four plus three equals ___________
  2. Ten plus four equals ____________
  3. Sarah ate 3 apples

Mary ate 7 apples

How many apples did they eat altogether?

  1. Juma has 10 books Ali has 5 books

How many books do they have altogether ? Adding numbers using a numberline

  1. 4 + 2 =

 

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  1. 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11

 

  1. 5 + 0 =

 

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  1. 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11

 

  1. 4 + 3 =

 

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  1. 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11

 

e)  6 + 2 =

 

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 0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11

Subtraction of numbers less than 20 (horizontally)

a)  6 – 4 =        b)  9 – 0 =

c)  9 – 3 =        d)  14 – 2 =

e)  10 – 4 =        f)  12 – 6 =

g)  7 – 7 =        h)  16 – 4 =

Subtraction of numbers less than 20 (vertically)

 9        7      1  2

  • 6      –  2      –  7

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   8      1  0      1  5

  • 5      –  3      –  5

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Word statements involving subtraction

  1. Nine take away three equals ___________
  2. Ten minus two equals ___________
  3. Twelve minus three equals ____________
  4. Daddy had 10 books

He gave away 6 books  How many books remained?

  1. Mary had 16 eggs. 9 eggs got broken

 How many eggs remained?

 

PLAVE VALUES

Drawing and counting tens and ones

  1. =  1 ones        IIIIIII = 7 ones
  2. =  2 ones        IIIIIIII= 8 ones
  3. =  3 ones        IIIIIIIIII = 9 ones

IIII  –  4 ones        IIIIIIIIII =  1 ten

IIIIII  =  5 ones        IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII = 2 tens

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Counting in tens

1-,  20,  30,  40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 , 100

  1. ten = 10        6 tens = ______
  2. tens = 20        7 tens = ______
  3. tens = 30        8 tens = _____
  4. tens = 40        9 tens = _____

5 tens = ____        10 tens = _____ Counting tens and ones (how many tens and ones?)

IIIIIIIIII I II = _______tens ______ones

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   = ____tens _____ones

IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII  IIIIIIIIIII  I II  = _______tens _______ones

Fill in the missing tens and ones

  1. 42 = _____tens ______ones
  2. 26 = ______tens ________ones
  3. 80 = ______tens ____ones
  4. 7 = _____tens _____ones
  5. ______tens _____ones = 34
  6. ______tens ______ones = 9
  7. 3 tens 7 ones = _______
  8. 2 tens 3 ones = _______

Draw to show tens and ones.

  1. 4 = ___________________________________________________
  2. 7 = __________________________________________
  3. 12 = _______________________________________
  4. 16 = ________________________________
  5. 24 = _______________________________
  6. 30 = _______________________________

Which number are shown on the abacus?

T  O      T  O      T  O

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Show the number on the abacus

____ _____ =

  

 T  O      

T  O    

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Expanding numbers

13 = _____ + _____          24 = ______ + _______

18 = _______+ _________        39 = ______+______

10 = _______+______        46 = _____+_______

23 = ______+________

What number has been expanded?

 

______ = 10 + 4    

10 + 1 = ________

_____ = 10 + 7    

20 + 0 = _____

 

____ = 20 + 3      

40 + 9 = _____

 

____= 20 + 5      

50 + 0 = ______

 

_____= 30 + 1      

_____=40 + 3

 

Addition of tens and ones

30 + 6 = _____

 

 T  O    T  O

T  O    T

O

 1  2    2  2

4  3    3

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 T  O      T  O

 4  7      5  4  

+  3  0     +  2  4

Word statements in addition of tens and ones

  1. Mary has 12 eggs. Sarah has 10 eggs. How many eggs do they have altogether?
  2. Dan has 23 balls. Peter has 20 balls. They both have _______balls.
  3. There are 13 boys and 14 girls in a class. How many pupils are there altogether?

Subtraction of tens and ones

 T  O    T  O    T  O    T  O

 2  4    1  6    3  2    5  4

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 T  O      T  O

 3  2      4  3  

 1  2    –  2  0

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Word statements in subtraction of tens and ones

  1. Nakato has 24 sweets. She ate 12 of them. How many sweets remained?
  2. Subtract 10 from 22
  3. Mummy has 34 eggs. 20 eggs were bad. How many eggs were good?

 

  1. Sarah put 32 glasses on the tray. 11 glasses got broken. How many glasses were left?

     

    P.1 NUMBER LESSON NOTES TERM II

Topical break down term II 2016

1.
Geometry

  1. Basic shapes
  2. Naming shapes
  3. Shapes of different objects
  4. Naming different things with a shape of a square eg circle
  5. Length
    1. What is length?
    2. Parts of the body used to measure length iii)  Other things used to measure length iv)  Comparing length using long, tall or short

v)  Adding distance in metres (vertically and horizontally) vi)  Word statements involving addition of metres vii)  Subtraction of metres (horizontally and vertically viii)
Word statements in involving subtraction of metres ix)  Picture interpretation about distance

  1. Numeration system

i)
Ordinal numbers ii)
Numbers 50 – 100 iii)
Writing numbers and number names 50 (fifty – 100) iv)
Matching numbers to their number names v)
Missing addends vi)
Grouping objects in twos vii)
Multiplying numbers by two (horizontally and vertically) viii)
Word statements involving multiplication of numbers by 2 ix)
Dividing by 2

 x)  Word statement involving division of numbers by 2

4.
Fractions

i)  What is a fraction ii)  Making and shading wholes iii)  Making and shading halves iv)  Making and shading quarters

  1. Making and shading other fractions
  2. Addition of fractions vii)  Subtraction of fractions

5.
Measures

i)  Telling times on the clock face ii)  Showing the given time on the clock face iii)  Addition of time in full hours (horizontally and vertically)

iv)  Subtraction of time in full hours (horizontally and vertically) v)  Days of the week vi)  Months of the year

  1. Graph

i)
Picture graph ii)
Block graph

  1. Subtraction of numbers using a number line
  2. Revision of the covered work

 

LESSON NOTES FOR PRIMARY ONE TERM II

Topic: Geometry

Basic shapes

Triangle        rectangle    square

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Circle        cone      oval

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Name the shapes

 

     

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   b)_____  

 c) _____  

           

  1. ________________
  2. ________________ Shapes of different objects

Name different objects with a shape of a triangle

  1. A sacket of milk
  2. A roof top of a hut
  3. A samosa

Name different objects with a shape of a rectangle

  1. A door
  2. A chalkboard

Name different things with a shape of a square

  1. Top of the chair
  2. Wire mesh

Name different things with a shape of a circle

  1. A ball
  2. A water melon
  3. A clock face
  4. An orange

 

TOPIC : LENGTH

Definition

Length is the distance between two points

Parts of the body used to measure length

Hands

Fingers

Hand span

Feet

Arms

Other things we use to measure length

Ropes

Strings

Sticks

Bananfibres

Threads

Comparing length of different objects

Use long , tall or short

A    B    Tree A is _____________

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   Stick y is _________________

   Stick Z is _______________

Compare using longer, taller or shorter

 Ann  Tendo    Ann is ____________than Tendo

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Adding metres (horizontally)

  1. 2 metres + 3 metres = ___________metres
  2. 7 metres + 4 metres= __________metres
  3. 13 metres + 6 metres = _____________metres
  4. 9 metres + 1 meter = _____________metres

Adding metres vertically

6 metres

8 metres

 4

5 m  1

0m

+

3 metres

+

4 metres

+ 2

3m + 2

4 m

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Word statements involving addition of metres

  1. Joy moved 3 metres. Sarah moved 4 metres.

 They both moved ____________metres

  1. Bursar had 12 metres of a black cloth and 4 metres of a yellow cloth. How many metres of cloth had the bursar?
  2. Tom walked 10 metres and ran 5 metres. How many metres did he move altogether?

 

Subtraction of metres

  1. 7 metres – 4 metres = ___________metrers
  2. 9 metres – 2 meters = ___________metres
  3. 20 m – 10 m = _________m
  4. 13 m – 7 m = ______m
  5. 6 metres 1 9 metres – 4 metres – 1 6metres

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h)  3  2m      4  0m

 –  2m    –  2  0m

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Word statements for subtraction of metres

  1. Tom had 6 metres of a red cloth. He sold 2 metres to his mother. How many metres did he remain with?
  2. ten metres minus six metres equals ____________metres
  3. Joan had a sugarcane of 12 metres . She ate a piece of 5 metres. How many metres of a sugarcane did she remain with?

Find the distance around the picture

 

 

 

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  1. What is the distance from the ball to the tree?
  2. How far is it from the hut to the ball?
  3. What is the shortest distance?
  4. What is the longest distance?
  5. What is the distance between the tree and the hut?
  6. Find the total distance around the pictures

 

 

TOPIC: ORDINAL NUMBERS

Ordinal numbers are numbers which tell us places of position and dates correctly

Number

Word

1st

First

2nd

Second

3rd

Third

4th

Forth

5th

Fifth

6th

Sixth

7th

Seventh

8th

Eighth

9th

Ninth

10th

Tenth

11th

Eleventh

12th

Twelfth

13th

Thirteenth

14th

Fourteenth

15th

Fifteenth

16th

Sixteenth

17th

Seventeenth

18th

Eighteenth

19th

Nineteenth

20th

Twentieth

 

Activity

  1. Fill in the missing numbers

 1st , 2nd ______, 4th , 5th , _____, ____, 8th

  1. Write in numbers

 Ninth  _____________

 Fifteenth _______________

 Second  ________________

 

TOPIC: NUMERATION SYSTEM Numbers 50 – 100

50, 51, 52,

53,54,55,56,57,58,59,60,61,62,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,70,71,72,73,74,75,76,77, 78,79,80,81,82,83,84,85,86,87,88,89,90,91,92,93,94,95,96,97,98,99,100

Writing numbers and their number names

  1. fifty  63  sixty three
  2. fifty one  64  ____________
  3. fifty two  65  _______________
  4. ___________  66  _______________
  5. ___________  67  _______________
  6. _______________  68  sixty eight
  7. fifty six  69  sixty nine
  8. ______________  70  seventy
  9. ______________  71  __________
  10. ____________  72  _______________
  11. sixty  80  eighty 61  sixty one  90  ninety

62  ____________  100 one hundred

Activity

Match numbers to their number names

 76      ninety one

 50      one hundred

 91      seventy six

 100    fifty

 

 

Missing addends

Find the missing numbers

Example 1

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Teacher will give examples in groups and individually then give an activity

 

Example 2

 2 + 3 = 5        6 + 2 = 8

Note: Draw balls for the bigger number and cross balls for the smaller number

Teacher will help pupils with more examples then give an activity

Example 3

4 + 5 = 9      5 + 2 = 7

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Note: Draw balls for the bigger number and cross for the small number, the remaining balls are the answer.

 

Grouping in twos

Grouping objects in twos

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Multiplying numbers by 2 (horizontally)

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And more of this work up to 12

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And more of this work to be given to pupils

Word problems with multiplication of numbers by 2

a)  Juma has 2 eyes. How many eyes have 4 boys?

 4  x  2  =  8

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One girl has 2 ears. How many ears do 3 girls have?

 3  x  2  =  6

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A hen has 2 legs. How many legs do 6 hens have?

 6  x  2  =  12

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Put 2 eggs on each plate. How many eggs are on 5 plates?

 5  x  2  =  10

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Dividing numbers by 2

  1. 2  ÷  2  = 1      b)  8  ÷  2  = 4

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Teacher will give more numbers

 

Word problem involving division of numbers by 2

Share 6 mangoes between 2 girls. How many does each get?

 6 ÷ 2 = 3 mangoes

  1. ten divided by 2 equals

 10 ÷ 2 = 5

  1. Share 16 sweets equally between 2 boys

 

  1. Daddy had 8 bananas. He shared them between 2 children. How many bananas did each child get?

 8 ÷ 2 = 4

 Teacher will give more examples, then an activity

 

 

 

ACCIDETNS AND SAFETY FRACTIONS

What is a fraction?

A fraction is part of a whole

New words

Whole    Half    Shade    Fraction  Quarter

 

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One of the two equal parts cut is called a half.

Teacher will help pupils cut different fractions from different whole and name them. (practically)

 

Note: The parts cut must be of the same size.

Name the shaded fraction (work will be prepared and pasted in pupils’ books)

Making and shading wholes

A whole triangle    

A whole circle

A whole pawpaw

Making and shading halves

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   =  ½ a half

Making and shading quarters

 

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= ¼ a quarter

= ¼ a quarter

Making and shading other fractions

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 = 1 /3  a third

= 3/ 6

= 2/4

Addition of fractions

2  +  1  =  3  Note: Add numbers on top only and choose 5    5    5  one number from those down.

 

4  +  2  =  4+2 =  6

8    8     8    8

More work will be given to pupils following the above examples

Subtraction of fractions

  1. –  2  =  3-2 = 1  note: Subtract numbers up, then
  2. 4    4  4 choose one number from down

 

  1. –  5  =  ____    4  –  2  =
  2. 8          10    10

 

  1. –  1  =        5  –  1  =
  2. 3          7    7

Teacher will give more work following the above examples

 

 

TOPIC: MEASURES TIME Telling time on a clock face

A clock face has 2 or more hands on it

A short hand is the hour hand

A long hand is the minute hand

They both move around the clock but one moves faster than the other When the long hand move and point straight in 12, the time will be that number the short one is pointing to.

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More work on telling time

Work will be done and pasted in their books Showing time on a clock face.

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It I 9 o’clock          It is 2 o’clock

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More work to be done on papers and pasted in their books

 

Adding time in full hours

 5 hours + 3 hours = ___________hours

 8 hours + 2 hours = _________hours

 2 hours + 4 hours = __________hours

 

 3 hours        6 hours  

7 hours

+  4 hours      +  7 hours  

+

5 hours

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Subtraction of time in full hours

 9 hours – 4 hours = ___________hours

 8 hours – 3 hours = __________hours

 12 hours – 8 hours = __________hours

 

9hours        10 hours –  6 hours      –  8 hours  

 

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12 hours

4 hours

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Days of the week

We have seven days in a week.

All days of the week have names beginning with capital letter Sunday is the first day of the week.

Monday is the second day of the week

Tuesday is the third day of the week

Wednesday is the fourth day of the week

Thursday is the fifth day of the week

Friday is the sixth day of the week

Saturday is the seventh day of the week

 

Fill in the missing days of the week

  1. Sunday, Monday, __________, ________________, _________, Friday
  2. Thursday, Wednesday, ______, ________, __________
  3. When do Christians go for prayers?
  4. Moslems pray on _______________
  5. The seventh day Adventists pray on _____________
  6. On ______________________Christians go for prayers.

 

Note: 60 minutes = 1 hour

 24 hours = one day

 7 days = 1 week

 2 weeks = fortnight

 4 weeks = 1 month

 12 months = one year

 

Months of the year

There are twelve months of the year

January

1st

February

2nd

March  

3rd

April  

4th

May  

5th

June  

6th

July  

7th

August  

8th

September

9th

October

10th

November

11th

December

12th

 

Activity

  1. How many months make a year?
  2. Fill in the missing letters

 Jan_____ary    Feb___u___ry    J____ne  A____ ____ust

  1. Fill in the missing months of the year

 January , February, ___________, __________________May

August , September, _______________, __________________, December

 

GRAPHS Graph 1

Teacher will help pupils get the ideas of graph from real objects

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  1. How many flowers has Alum?
  2. Who has three flowers?
  3. How many flowers do they have altogether?

 

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Questions

  1. How many apples does Loy have?
  2. Who has three apples?
  3. How many apples do they have altogether?
  4. Who has most apples?
  5. Who has the least number of apples?

Graph 3

A farmer planted trees on different days

Monday

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Tuesday

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Wednesday

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Questions

  1. How many trees were planted on Tuesday?
  2. On which day did he plant the least number of trees?
  3. How many trees did he plant on Monday?
  4. How many trees did he plant altogether?

 

Study the graph and answer the questions that follow

Five children have boxes

Tom

Tonny

Tina

Tasha

Trinity

Questions

  1. How many boxes does Tonny have?
  2. Who have the same number of boxes?
  3. How many boxes has Trinity?
  4. How many boxes do they have altogether?

 

Use a number line to get the answer

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b)  9 – 7 = _______

 

 

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 0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11

 

 

More work will be given.

Revision of the covered work.

 

 

 

 

 

Topical breakdown for term III MEASUREMENTS

1.
Weight(mass)

i)  What is weight? ii)  Things we use to weigh iii)  Comparing weight iv)  Addition of weight – vertically and horizontally v)  Word statements involving addition vi)  Subtraction of weights – vertically and horizontally vii)  Word statements involving subtraction

  1. Capacity
    1. What is capacity ii)  Examples of liquids iii)  Objects/containers we use to measure liquids iv)  Comparing capacity

v)  Measuring using non standard units vi)  The standard unit for capacity vii)  Addition in litres viii)
Word statements (addition) ix)  Subtraction in litres

  1. Work statements (subtraction)
  2. Mixed exercises of addition and subtraction
  1. Addition with re-grouping
    1. Add two digit numbers with re-grouping ii)  Word statements (addition)
  2. Money

i)  What is money? ii)  History of money iii)  Uganda currency iv)  Features on money v)  Comparing money vi)  Addition of money vii)  Word statements viii)
Subtraction of money ix)  Word statements

  1. Shopping
  2. Mathematical statements on addition

i)
Subtraction ii)
Multiplication iii)
Division iv)
Number families

v)  Multiplication by 3 vi)  Division by 3 vii)  Multiplication by 3 viii)
Division by 3

 

LESSON NOTES FOR PRIMARY ONE TERM III

Topic: Measures

Weight (mass)

  1. What is weight?
    1. Weight is how heavy or light something is
    2. We can tell how heavy or light something is after weighing it
  2. We can weigh some objects using non standard tools eg. Tins, baskets, pots etc
  3. We measure mass (weight) in kilograms (kg) and grams (g)
  4. Examples of things we weigh
  • Sugar  –
    Maize flour
  • Peas  –
    Bread –
    Salt  –
    Beans
  • Meat  –
    Rice
  • Millet  –
    Cassava flour

Comparing weight using heavy or light

  1. A stone is _________________
  2. A paper is _______________
  3. A table is _____________
  4. A feather is ___________
  5. A brick is ____________
  6. A pen is ______________

Comparing weight using heavier than or lighter than

 Table          cup

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  1. A table is ______________________a cup.
  2. A cup is ____________________a table.

 

 

 

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 pencil        stone

  1. A pencil is _______________________a stone
  2. A stone is ____________________a pencil.

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 Juma

  1. Juma is __________________Tom
  2. Tom is ______________________Juma

 

Addition of mass in kilograms

a)  1 kg + 3 kg =        b)  9kg + 2 kg =

c)  7kg + 2 kg + 4kg      d)  8kg + 0kg + 5kg =

e) 9kg f) 8kg g) 1 0 kg 2 1kg + 5kg 4kg + 1 3kg + 1 5kg

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Word statements involving addition of mass

Aunt bought 3kg of sugar. Uncle bought 5kg of sugar

How many kilograms did they buy altogether?

 

Joan had 7kg of salt. Dan had 9kg of salt. How many kilograms did they have altogether?

 

Add 12kg plus 10kg.

 

Subtraction of mass in kilograms

10kg – 4kg = _____kg

b)  12kg – 9kg =____kg

7kg – 2kg = ____kg

d)  14kg – 7 kg = _____kg

8kg    9kg

14kg    11kg

4kg   –  3kg

– 4kg  –  10kg

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Word statements

  1. Subtract 9kg – 5kg
  2. Daddy bought 14kg of meat. We ate 6kg. How many kilograms remained?
  3. There were 34kg of rice in the basket. Mummy cooked 20kg. How many kilograms remained?

 

Capacity

What is capacity?

Capacity is the amount of liquid a container can hold.

Examples of liquids

  1. Water
  2. Milk
  3. Juice
  4. Paraffin
  5. Tea
  6. Petrol
  7. Diesel
  8. Glue
  9. Cooking oil

Container used to measure liquids

  1. Bottles
  2. Jugs
  3. Jerrycans
  4. Basins
  5. Cups
  6. Glasses
  7. Tins
  8. Gourd
  9. Bucket

Comparing capacity using less or more

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  1. Which object carries more water?
  2. Which object carries less water?

 Drum        jerrcan

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  1. Which container holds more water?
  2. Which container holds less water?

 Reference MK 1 page 102

Measuring using standard units

We measure liquids in litres (1) other measure are milliliters (ml)i.e medicine , water, soda, juice

Practical measuring of water in different quantities

  1. A plastic mug holds ½ of water
  2. A small plastic bottle holds ½ litre of water
  3. A bottle of beer contains ½ litres of beer

Activity

  1. How many mugs of water can fill five litre bottles?
  2. How many mugs of water can fill a one litre bottle?

Reference MK nk 2 page 150 Adding in litres (vertically and horizontally)

  1. 1 litre + 2 litres = 3 litres
  2. 4 litres + 3 litres _____litres
  3. 5 litres + 2 litres = _____litres

2 5 litres

3

3 litres

+ 2 3litres

+

5

0 litres

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Ref: MK bk 2 page 151

Word problems involving addition of litres

a)  Juma had 2 litres of milk. He added 4 litres of water in milk. How many litres did he get altogether?

 ________________________________________________________________ b)  Tom had 8 litres of water. He bought more 2 litres of water. How many litres did he buy altogether?

 ________________________________________________________________ c)  Grace has 7 litres of soda. Akello has 5 litres of soda. How many litres do they have altogether?

 ________________________________________________________________ Subtracting litres horizontally and vertically

  1. 10 litres –  1 litre =_________ litres
  2. 15 litres   – 7 litres  = ________litres
  3. 12 litres   –  3 litres  = _________litres

 

  1. 8 litres    e)    5 litres  

–  3 litres      –  2 litres      

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f)    4  8 litres    g)  3  7 litres  

 –  2  6 litres      -2  0 litres      

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Word problems involving subtraction of litres

  1. Mummy had 8 litres of milk. She sold 2 litres. How many litres did she remain with?

    ________________________________________________________________

  2. Sarah had 16 litres of oil. She used 7 litres to fry pancakes. How many litres remained?

     ________________________________________________________________ Mixed exercises on addition and subtraction of litres

    1. 6 litres +  4 litres  =_________ litres
    2. 5 litres   + 2 litres = ________litres
    3. 10 litres   –  5 litres  = _________litres

 

  1. 1 0litres    e)  1 4 litres    f)  2 4 litres

 – 2 litres    -1 0litres  +  1 1 litres  

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Addition with regrouping (carrying)

 T  O    T  O      T  O

 1  8    1  9      6  9

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 2  1    2  3    

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 11  13  15

 

Exercise    

 T  O    T  O      T  O

 3  7    5  4      8  9

 +  4    +  8      +  9

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Adding two digit numbers to two digit numbers with regrouping

Exercise    

 T  O              T  O

 4  5              6  9

+  4  5              +  6

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 10  14

Exercise    

 T  O    T  O      T  O

   4  6    5  7      2  9

 +  2  8  +  1  4    +  3  7

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TOPIC:  MONEY

Money :This is what we use to buy what we want.

Discuss the use of money

History of money

Long ago, people used to exchange goods for goods and services for services (barter trade). Later, they introduced cowrie shells.

When the Indians came, they introduced rupees. The rupees also got expired and now we have the present currency called shillings.

Currency used by different countries

Uganda

shillings

Kenya  

shillings

England

pounds

America

Dollars

Rwanda

Farang

Nigeria  

Naira

There are two forms of money used in Uganda

These are

  1. Coins
  2. Notes (paper money)

Coins

50shillings coin

100 shillings coin

200 shillings coin

500 shillings coin

1000 shillings coin

 

Notes:

1000 shillings note

2000 shillings note

5000 shillings note

10,000 shillings note

20,000 shillings note 50,000 shillings note Features on money

a)  A coin of 50 shillings has a head of a cob and the coat of arms a coin of 100 shillings – a cow and a coat of arms a coin of 200 shillings – a fish

a coin of 500 shillings – a head of a crested crane a coin of 1000 shillings – a crested crane

 

 

Changing money/ comparing different money denominations

 Shs. 100    =  shs 50 + shs. 50

Shs. 200    =  shs. _____ + shs ____ +shs. ____ + shs. ______ a)  Shs. 300  =  shs. _______ + shs. _______ + shs. _______

  1. How many coins of 100 make shs. 200?
  2. How many coins of 100 make shs. 500?

Addition of money vertically and horizontally

  1. i)  Shs. 100   + Shs. 100   = Shs 200 ii)  Shs. 100   +  Shs. 100   = __________ iii)  Shs. 500   +  Shs. 200   = __________

     

  2. i)  shs. 50    ii)    shs. 150

 +  shs  50    +  shs. 50

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  1. Jane had shs. 200. Peter had shs. 300. How much money do they have altogether?
  2. There are shs. 400 in the tin and shs. 200 in the box. How much money is there altogether?
  3. Tom picked shs. 500 on the way to school. john picked shs. 300. How much money do they have altogether?

Subtraction of money

 

shs. 600

ii)  shs. 700

iii)  shs. 300

shs  400

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shs. 200
+  shs

200

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Ref : Mk Bk 2 page 127

Oxford Primary MTC Bk 2 page 58

Word problems involving subtraction of money

  1. You have shs. 500. You spent Shs. 200. How much is left?

     shs. 500    –  shs  200

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  1. You have Shs. 200. You have spent shs. 100. How much is left?  

       shs. 200

   –  shs  100

 

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  1. Eva had shs. 300. She lost shs. 100. How much money did she remain with?

       shs. 300

   –  shs  100

 

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  1. Susan had shs. 700. She bought a ruler at shs. 300. How much money did she remain with?

     shs. 700    –  shs  300

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Lesson  SHOPPING

An apple    an egg    an orange    a cup

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Shs. 500      shs. 200    shs. 150      shs. 300

  1. What is the cost of an egg?
  2. Which item costs shs. 300?
  3. A ______________costs shs. 500.
  4. What is the cost of an egg and a cup?
  1. Study the price list and answer the questions

   Item      Price

   Pencil      shs. 50 each

   Sweet      shs. 50 each

   Book      shs.100  each

   Matchbox    shs. 50  each

   Ice cream    shs. 500  each

Questions

  1. How much is a pencil?
  2. What is the cost of a sweet?
  3. How much is a tin of ice cream?
  4. How much will one pay for two match boxes?
  5. What is the cheapest item?
  6. A ______________is the most expensive item .

 

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TOPIC:    NUMBER FAMILIES

Number families of 2,  3,  4,  5,  6,  7,  8,  9,  10

Which two numbers add up to 2

First list all the numbers from 0 up to 2

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Choose the first and the last numbers

   O    +  2  =  2

  1. +  1  =  2
  2. +  0  =  2

Which pairs of numbers add up to 4?

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   O    +  4  =  4

  1. +  3  =  4
  2. +  2  =  4

   4    +  0  =  4

   3    +  1  =  4  

Which pairs of numbers add up to 4?

 

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   O    +  5  =  5

  1. +  4  =  5
  2. +  3  =  5
  3. +  2  =  5
  4. +  1  =  5
  5. +  0  =  5

Up to 1

 

TOPIC:  MULTIPLICATION BY 3
1.  Grouping in threes.

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  2. groups of three =  _________
  3. threes  =  _________

Up to 12

Multiplying numbers by 3 [ horizontally ]

Example

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And more of this work up to 12

Multiplying numbers by 3 [ vertically ]

 1        3       7   1 2 x  3    x  3  x  3  x  3

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More of this work to be given to pupils
Word problems with multiplication by 3

  1. A stool has 3 legs. How many legs. How many legs do 2 stools

have?  6

   2  x  3  =  _______ legs.

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   How many eggs are there in 4 trays?

     3 x 4 = 12 eggs

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TOPIC: DIVISION OF NUMBERS BY 3

Dividing numbers by 3 [ horrizontally]

3

  1. ÷ 3 = ________    9 ÷ 3 = ________

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12 ÷ 3 = _______

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Dividing numbers by 3 [vertically ]

     

  1. 3

1

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Teacher will give more examples and then an activity

Word problems involving division of numbers by 3

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 6 ÷ 3 = ______ 2  

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Each child got 2 bananas

  1. Nine divide by three equals _____________
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12 ÷ 3 = _______

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Each child get 4 pencils

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 3 ÷ 3 = _______ apple 1  

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TOPIC:  MATHEMATICAL STATEMENTS

Mathematical statements on addition

Words used in addition

  • Add  – Total
  • Altogether  – Plus
  • And  – Put together
  • Both  – More
  • Sum
  1. Two plus five equals _________________________________
  2. What is the sum of three, two and four?

 __________________________________________________ c)  Jane has four apples. John has three apples

 How many apples do they have altogether?  ____________________________________________________ d)  Find the total of five and six oranges

 __________________________________________________ e)  What is six and four?

 ___________________________________________________

  • Tom had six books. Teo had five books. Both had ___________books altogether.
  • Daddy had 2 sweets. Mummy gave him more 7 sweets. How many sweets did daddy have altogether?

 ________________________________________________________________

 

Mathematical statements on subtraction

Words used in subtraction

  • Subtraction  – Minus
  • Take away  – Remain
  • Less  – Remove
  • Subtract 4 mangoes from 11 mangoes  _______________________________________________________________
  • What is 8 take away zero

 _______________________________________________________________

  • Twelve minus six equals ________________________________________
  • What is four less two? __________________________________________
  • A hen had 8 eggs. Five eggs were broken. How many eggs remained?__________________________________________________________
  • Remove 4 pens from 10 pens. How many pens remain?

 ________________________________________________________________

Mathematical statements on the multiplication

Words used in multiplication

  • Multiplication
  • groups of
  • times

Note:  teacher will give examples using words above.

Mathematical statements on division

Words used in division

Share

Divide

Among

Equally Between give

Note :  Teacher will give examples using words above.




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