2015  16 5th Maths Annualplan  Sreeja
Table of Contents

June
Larger numbers
 Indian system of numbers beyond lakh (till ten crores)and international system of numbers beyond million (till hundred billions)  Able to insert commas to separate the digits and enter the numbers on the place value chart
 Able to compare the above two number systems
 Able to find place value and face value of a given digit
 Compare two numbers using greater than(>), less than (<) or equal sign (=)
 Able to write the given numbers in ascending and descending order
 Able to express the notation into numeration and vice versa.
 Able to express the numbers into expanded form and vice versa.
Addition and subtraction of large numbers
 Able to do addition and subtraction of larger numbers (include word problems)
Multiplication and division
 Able to do multiplication and division of larger numbers (include word problemAble to do multiplication and division of larger numbers (include word problems)
July
Forming numbers
 Able to write and read greatest and smallest numbers using any number of given digit.
Estimation or rounding of numbers
 Able to estimate the given numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, 10000, 100000 or 1000000
 Able to write successor and predecessor of any given number.
 Able to estimate sums, differences, products and quotients.
Roman numerals
 Understanding roman numerals equivalent of hindu arabic numerals
 Able to express hindu arabic numerals into roman numerals and vice versa.
August
Factors and multiples
 Able to check the divisibility of any number by 10,5, 2, 3 ,4, 6, 8 , 9, 11,. etc.
 Able to factorise any given number using prime factorisation method.
 Understanding the meaning of HCF and LCM and finding them for a set of given numbers.
 Understand the relationship between HCF and LCM
Fractions
 Understanding improper fraction, its pictorial/ physical representation and conversion into mixed number (whole number + fraction) ; convert improper to mixed and back
 Understand equivalent fractions, finding equivalent fractions of a given fraction and their pictorial/ physical representations.
September
Basic math operations of fractions
 Able to Compare like fractions.
 Able to compare unlike fractions by converting into like fractions and method of cross multiplication.
 Able to add like fractions, unlike fractions and mixed numbers
 Able to subtract like fractions, unlike fractions and mixed numbers.
 Able to multiply a whole number with a simple fraction
 Able to find the fraction of a number (?)
 Able to simplify: e.g 3/12; 4 x 3/12
 Understand reciprocals and their properties
 Able to find the reciprocals of mixed numbers
October
Decimals
 Understand the need of decimals – through decimal fractions
 Able to write fractions as decimals and vice versa.
 Able to write mixed numbers as decimals and vice versa
 Able to state the place value of the underlined digit.
 Able to compare two decimals using <, >, or =
 Able to arrange the given decimals to ascending and descending order.
 Able to write and read decimals into words and vice versa.
Basic operations of decimals
 Able to do addition and subtraction.
 Able to multiply a decimal by a whole number and a decimal
 Able to multiply by shifting the decimal point according to the number of zeroes.
 Able to divide whole numbers by multiples of ‘10’to get decimals
 Able to do rounding of decimals
 Able to do rounding of quantities.
November, December
Simplifications
 Understand the need for brackets.
 Able to Simplify the expressions using BODMAS rule – lots of practice
Percentage (with simple numbers)
 Able to express a fraction as a percentage and vice versa
 Able to express a decimal as a percent and vice versa.
 Able to find a percent of a given number.
 Able to find the percentage of metric measure
+January
Bills
 Able to find the price of different quantities of an item.
 Able to correct and rewrite the bills, Make the bills
Profit and loss  basic
 Able to find the profit and loss
 Able to find the cost and selling price
Simple interest  basic
 Able to write the formula for simple interest, understand the meaning of each term and solve the numerical problems.
February
Average
 Able to appreciate the importance of average in our life and calculate it.
Geometry
 Understand and identify a ‘dot’, a ‘line’, a ‘line segment’ and a ‘ray’.
 Understand and identify ‘intersecting’, ‘parallel’, and ‘perpendicular’ lines.
 Able to identify different types of angles (acute, right, obtuse etc)
 Able to measure angles using protractor.
 Understand the properties of complementary and supplementary angles and able to complement or supplement of any angle.
 Understand the properties of vertically opposite angles.
 Understand what a polygon is, able to name and knowing the no. of sides.
 Understanding different kinds of triangles ( acute angled, obtuse angled, right angled, isosceles etc).
 Able to construct triangles
 Able to identify different quadrilaterals and tell the properties.
 Able to construct squares and rectangle (using protractor and ruler)
 Understand radius, diameter, centre, arc, quadrant of a circle.
 Able to draw a circle for a given radius.
 Study the rotation and reflection of 2D shapes( quarter and half rotations, lateral inversions) basic
 Understand symmetry and identifying symmetric shapes  basic
 Making 3D shapes using 2D flat patterns( Net of a cube, net of a cylinder etc)
March
Ratios and proportions
 Understand ratio is a way of comparison quantities of the same kind.
 Able to find the ratio for any fractions
 Understand what proportion is and able to find the proportionality in different cases.  basic
Area
 Able to find the area of parallelogram using square grid and rearranging into rectangles.
 Able to find the area of triangles with acute and obtuse angles (using formula) and square grid.
Introduction to Algebra – if time permits