Mathematics

What You Get

Self-Paced Learning
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Collection and Indentification of Groups of Objects

  1. Collection of Similar Objects
  2. Collection of Different Objects
  3. Sorting and Classification of Objects
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Comparison or Matching of Groups

  1. Matching Objects
  2. Matching Groups of Objects with Unequal Members
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The Number 1

  1. Recognition of Sets of 1
  2. Writing Number 1
  3. Things That Come in Ones
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The Number 2

  1. Recognition of Sets of 2
  2. Writing Number 2
  3. Things That Come in Twos
  4. Groups of Twos
  5. Making Statements
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The Numbers 1 and 2

  1. Writing of Numbers 1 and 2 (Revision)
  2. Collection of Different Objects
  3. Counting in 1's and 2's
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The Number 3

  1. Recognition of Sets of 3
  2. Writing Number 3
  3. Things That Come in 3s
  4. Demonstration of a Group of Three Objects
  5. Making Statements
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The Number 4

  1. Recognition of Sets of 4
  2. Writing Number 4
  3. Things That Come in 4s
  4. Demonstration of a Set of Four Objects
  5. Making Statements
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The Number 5

  1. Recognition of Sets of 5
  2. Writing Number 5
  3. Things That Come in Fives
  4. Demonstration of a Set of 5 Objects
  5. Making Statements
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Reading Numerals 1 to 5

  1. Linking Groups of 1 to 5 Objects
  2. Making Groups of Objects
  3. Matching Numerals With Groups of Objects
  4. Reading Number Line
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Counting Groups With 1 to 5 Objects

  1. Groups or Sets with 1 to 5 Objects in Order
  2. One More Than Patter
  3. One Less Than Pattern
  4. Recognition of Less Than and More Than Patterns
  5. Statement of Groups of Objects
  6. Using Numerals 1 to 5
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Introduction of Number Zero '0'

  1. Identification of a Group of 5 members
  2. Reduction by One at a Time
  3. The No-member Group of Zero
  4. Writing Number Zero '0'
  5. Zero, One, Two, Three, Four, Five (Revision)
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Writing Numerals 0 to 5

  1. Tracing Numerals
  2. Writing Numerals in the Air and on Sand
  3. Writing Numerals on Paper
  4. Various Names for 3, 4, 5
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The Numbers Six and Seven

  1. The Number Six
  2. The Number Seven
  3. Introducing 6 and 7
  4. Identifying and Reading Numerals 6 and 7
  5. Writing Numerals 6 and 7
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The Numbers 8 and 9

  1. The Number Eight
  2. Writing Number 8
  3. The Number 9
  4. Writing Number 9
  5. Identification of Groups of Eight and Nine Objects
  6. Reading Numerals 8 and 9
  7. Writing Numerals 8 and 9 (Revision)
  8. Matching Numerals with Various Names
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Counting and Writing Numbers 0 to 9

  1. Counting the Groups of 0 to 9
  2. Reading and Matching the Numerals 0 to 9
  3. Writing the Numerals 0 to 9 in Order
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Subtraction of Whole Numbers

  1. Introduction To The Various Forms of Subtraction
  2. The Terms 'minus', 'take away', and the Symbol '-'
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Addition and Subtraction

  1. Mixed Operations of Addition and Subtraction
  2. Further Mixed Operations of Addition and Subtraction
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Capacity

  1. Comparing Capacities of Different Containers
  2. Ordering of Containers by Capacity
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Three-Dimensional Shapes: Cubes, Cuboids, Cylinders, Spheres

  1. Collection of Objects of Different Shapes and Sizes
  2. Identification of Objects of Different Shapes and Sizes
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Two-Dimensional Shapes: Rectangles, Squares, Circles

  1. Collection of Objects of Different Shapes and Sizes
  2. Identification of Objects of Different Shapes and Sizes
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The Numbers 10 to 19

  1. Tens and Units
  2. Counting 10 to 19
  3. Making Sets of 11 to 19
  4. Writing and Matching Numerals 11 to 19
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Fractions : Half and One Quarter

  1. Halves (1/2)
  2. Folding a Piece of Paper into 2 Equal Parts
  3. Quarters (1/4)
  4. Halves and Quarters
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The Number Ten

  1. The Number 10
  2. Writing Number 10
  3. Introduction of a Group of Ten Objects
  4. Matching Sets of 10 Members with Various Objects
  5. Various Number Name for Ten
  6. Reading Number 10
  7. Writing and Matching Numeral 10
  8. Things That Come in Tens
  9. Introducing the Bundle Ten
  10. Counting in Tens
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Subtraction up to 20

  1. Renaming Two-Digit Numbers
  2. Using Concrete Object in Subtraction
  3. Subtraction of Numbers Not Greater Than 20
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Counting From 10 to 99

  1. Tens and Units and Counting in Tens (Revision)
  2. The Meaning of 2 Tens up to 10 Tens
  3. Counting Numerals 1 to 99
  4. Joining Together of Bundles of Tens and Ones
  5. Reading and Matching Numerals 1 to 99
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Recognition of Money

  1. The Forms of Money
  2. Colour of Coins
  3. Identification of Each Coin
  4. Sorting and Matching of Coins
  5. Arranging Coins in Order of Value
  6. Relationship Among Coins
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Length

  1. Idea of Length
  2. Comparing Lengths of Common Objects
  3. Estimating Distances
  4. Comparing Length
  5. Length in Measurement
  6. Common Standard Units of Measurement
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Time

  1. The Idea of Time : Day and Night
  2. Times for Various Activities
  3. Days for Various Activities
  4. Need for Time Pieces
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Weight

  1. Idea of Weight
  2. Comparing Weights of Different Objects
  3. Use of Heavy, Light, and Heavier Than
  4. Use of Improvised Scale
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Addition of Two-Digit Numbers without Regrouping

  1. The Number Names for 10 (Revision)
  2. Writing Numbers in the Form of Tens and Ones
  3. Adding the Tens and Ones with Counters
  4. Adding the Tens and Ones without Counters
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Addition of Whole Numbers

  1. Addition of Whole Numbers with Sums Less Than 5
  2. Addition of Whole Numbers with Sums Less Than 10
  3. Various Terms Used For Addition
  4. Denoting Addition By Plus ('+')
  5. Addition on Number Line
  6. The Use of Addition Table
  7. Addition of Whole Numbers with the Sum Not Greater Than 18
  8. Addition of 3 Numbers
  9. Addition of 2-Digit Numbers with the Sum Not Greater Than 40
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Addition of Money to Sums Not More Than 20

  1. Addition of Coins
  2. Addition of 10 Kobo Pieces and Single Kobo Pieces
  3. Shopping and Receiving Change
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