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solving a problem2a57I can partition a number into hundreds, tens
and units2a6>I know that a multiplication is the same as
repeated addition2a7!I know my 2x and 10x times tables2a8I can share between 2 or 102a9.I know that 3 and 45p can be written as
3.452a10XI can add or subtract 2 numbers using
partitioning, counting on or back, or a 100
square$I am starting to use metric measures2a11.I can draw and measure lines to the nearest
cm2a122a134I can measure and compare lengths, mass and
capacity2I can sort a range of 2D and 3D shapes by
property2a142a15JI can recognise straight and turning
movements (translation and rotation)5I am starting to read digital time for quarter
hours2a16I can talk about data1Moving from level 2a and working towards level 3c3c11I can explain how I chose to solve a word
problem3c26I am starting to try different ways to solve
a problem3c33I know whether to add or subtract to solve
problems3c41I am starting to set out my work in a logical way3c5I can order numbers to 10003c6+I can order negative numbers from 10 to 13c7WI can count on or back in 1s, 10s or 100s, starting
from any two or three digit numbers3c8I can round 2 digit numbers to the nearest 103c9*I know by heart all the number pairs to 203c10UI know by heart 2x, 5x and 10x table and can
answer questions like 6 multiplied by 53c11'I can double or halve numbers up to 1003c12I can share between 2, 5 or 103c13I can use and p notation3c144I can add two 2 digit numbers (no carrying)
mentally3c15CI can subtract 2 two digit numbers if there is no
exchange involved3c16PI know that the  sign is a division symbol and is
the inverse of multiplication3c17+I can recognise 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5 and 1/103c18WI can understand reflective symmetry including
shapes with more than 1 line of symmetry3c19$I can read analogue and digital time3c20&I can recognise right angles in shapes3c21)I can read and explain a simple bar chart1Moving from level 3c and working towards level 3b3b13I can check my work by using estimates and
inverse3b2dI know and use the mathematical symbols ie.
I know whether to +, , divide, x when solving
a problem3b32I can explain how I chose to solve a
calculation3b4MI can read and write numbers in thousands
and know what each digit represents3b50I can round up numbers to the nearest 10
or 1003b6II know and can use mental recall of number
bonds to 20 and related facts.3b7[I can work out different pairs of numbers with a given sum or difference
(missing numbers)3b8GI can +/ any 2 two digit numbers using a
written method and explain it3b93b10ZI can add or take away small numbers
involving negative numbers set out on a
number line.3b117I can add any amounts of money set out in
decimal form.3b12?I know that repeated division is just like
repeated subtraction3b13BI know and understand why division
problems often have remainders3b143b15KI know that is meant by the signs < or > &
can use these to compare number3b16eI can use units of time & know the relationship
between them (sec, hour, min, day, week,
month, year)3b17+I can identify right angles in given shapes3b181I can make, describe and draw right
angled t< urns3b19KI can read a number from a scale with all
divisions marked and some numbers3b20I can make from a tally chart1Moving from level 3b and working towards level 3a3a1JI can select mental methods to caluculate
answers to written calculations3a2/I can try out different ways to solve a problem3a3$I can order a set of 4 digit numbers3a4LI can write out numbers that are said to me in
tens or hundreds or thousands3a5DI can mentally +/ any pair of 2 digit no's
(including bridging 10)3a6KI can work out sums like 267 +_ =300 mentally
or in written form for + or 3a7`I can round 3 digit numbers to the nearest
10/100 and a sum of money eg 9.58 to the
nearest 3a8>I can use a written method to add or subtract
3 digit numbers 3a9ZI can recognise and name fractions such as 3/4,
2/3 and 3/10 and them in a shape or number3a10I know that two halves and four quarters make a
whole, and that two quarters or three sixths is a
half and other equivalent fractions3a11DI know that is the same as 0.5 and other
equivalents for fractions3a12DI can order a set of decimals with the same
number of decimal places3a13OI know by heart 2,3,4,5 and 10 times table for
both multiplication and division3a14[I can recognise two digit multiples of 2,5,10 &
three digit multiples of 2,5,10,50 and 100.3a15II can work out the remainder when dividing a 2
digit number by 2,3,4,5/103a16]I can classify 2d/3d shapes using mathematical
properties eg. Irregular right angles symmetry3a17MI can explain a bar chart (intervals in such 2's
10's) by answering questions3a18CI can describe the position of a point on a grid
using coordinates1Moving from level 3a and working towards level 4c4c19I can use and interpret mathematical symbols and diagrams4c2BI know whether to +//divide/x to solve problems and in what
order4c3OI can explain how I chose to solve a calculation  mental
written or calculator4c4XI use estimation when trying to work out whether my
calculation is likely to be correct4c5BI can work out number sequences and explain them to
another person4c6KI can use symbols correctly, including less than<, greater
than >, equals =4c72I can order a set of positive and negative numbers4c8SI can mentally add and subtract with 3 and 4 digit
numbers or use a written method4c93I know all my multiplication tables to 10x by heart4c10^I can apply a mental method of multiplying or dividing
by 10 or 100, for numbers up to 10,0004c11BI can multiply two or three digit numbers by any two digit
number4c124c134c14[I can work out 10%, 25% or 50% of numbers or shapes
and know their connections to fractionsJI can work out what needs to be added to a fraction
to make it a whole one.I can round a decimal to the nearest whole one4c15QI can recognise all lines of symmetry in a shape and
sketch a reflective pattern4c16=I read the time in minutes and can calculate time differences4c17FI can interpret a variety of scales including bar, line and
pictogram4c18:I can use and interpret coordinates in the first quadrant1Moving from level 4c and working towards level 4b4b1KI can use all 4 operations to solve problems
related to numbers or measures4b2/I can find examples to match general statements4b3NI can write any number in words and/or figures
know what each digit represents4b4cI can use decimal notion for tenths, hundredths
and thousandths and know what each digit
represents4b5@I can order a set of numbers that have one or
two decimal places4b64I can round whole numbers to the nearest
10/100/10004b7bI can find the difference between any positive
and negative number or between two negative
numbers4b8eI can use a written method to +/ 4 or digit
numbers, and check by applying inverse and
estimation4b9\I can use a written method to multiply or divide
2/3 digit numbers by a single digit number4b10VI can multiply or divide mentally by 10 and 100
even when decimal numbers are involved4b114I can recognise all square numbers to at least
12x124b129Using known facts to 10x10, quickly derive
division facts4b13I can recognise prime numbers4b14"I can order a set of mixed numbers4b155I can work out percentages of whole numbers
or shapes4b16=I can recognise equivalent fractions, decimals
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triangle4b187I can change m to cm, cm to mm, to pence &
vice versa4b19I can explain a line graph  answer questions4b20YI can classify according to a degree of
likelihood  impossible, possible, certain, etc.1Moving from level 4b and working towards level 4a4a1+I can use maths to solve practical problems4a2iI can use all four operations to solve word
problems involving numbers in real life &
explain reasoning4a34a4]I can use all four operations to solve
measurement and shape problems, and explain reasoning>I can present information & results in a clear & organised
way4a54I can look for a solution by trying out my own ideas4a6,I can order decimals with up to three places4a7I know by heart all tables to 10 for both multiplication &
division, squares of numbers to 10 & the corresponding
square roots4a8fI can use a written method to multiply 3 digit numbers by a
two digit number & check by approximation4a9I can multiply or divide to one decimal place4a109I can find fractions of numbers & quantities eg 5/8 of 324a11NI can order fractions such as 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, by changing to
common denominator4a12CI can classify triangles & quadtilaterals by property, & or
by name4a133I can recognise simple cases of rotational symmetry4a14SI can estimate then use a protractor to measure & draw
angles to the nearest degree4a15_I can calculate the perimeter and are of simple compound
shapes that will split into rectangles4a16lI can interpret a pie graph, using percentages or fractions
to describe proportions of the whole set of data4a175I can find the mean, mode and median of a set of data4a18CI can read and plot points using coordinates in all four
quadrants0Moving from Level 4a and working towards Level 5VI can find out and work out information I need to solve
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