# Elementary School Course Overview

### The entire UK National Curriculum for math, from Grade 2 to Advanced Elementary school, is covered in the 5 steps below:

The Elementary Teacher Edition includes animated Teaching Techniques for each lesson, with assessments.

 Topic: Lesson: Topic: Lesson: Number Read and write large numbers Statistics Range Number Identifying values Geometry and measures Naming 2D shapes Number Rounding whole numbers Geometry and measures Features of 3D shapes Number Rounding to decimal places Geometry and measures Know the terms 'face', 'edge' and 'vertex' Number Rounding to significant figures Geometry and measures Measuring angles using a protractor Number Rounding to estimation Geometry and measures Recognising types of angles Number Using an empty number line Geometry and measures Angles on a straight line Number Column addition and subtraction Geometry and measures Area and perimeter of a rectangle counting squares Number Multiply and divide by powers of 10, 100, and 1000 Geometry and measures The net of a cube Number Standard methods for multiplication Geometry and measures Calculating time intervals Number Standard methods for division Geometry and measures Reading units on scales Number BODMAS Geometry and measures Units to estimate length, mass and capacity Number Divisibility tests Geometry and measures Identify lines of symmetry on 2D shapes Number Introducing negative numbers
 Topic: Lesson: Topic: Lesson: Number Adding and subtracting decimals Geometry and measures Angles in a triangle Number Introducing inequality signs Geometry and measures Angles in quadrilaterals Number Ordering decimals Geometry and measures Translating a shape on a grid Geometry and measures Angles around a point Geometry and measures Symmetry Geometry and measures Tessellation Ratio, proportion and rates of change Scale drawings Geometry and measures Perimeter of a shape Statistics Mode Geometry and measures Choosing appropriate metric units for measuring Statistics Calculate Median Geometry and measures Identifying quadrilaterals Statistics Mean average
 Topic Lesson Topic Lesson Number Multiplying decimals Algebra Generate terms of a simple sequence using term to term rules Number Dividing decimals Algebra Generate terms of a pictorial sequence Number Recognise and use multiples Statistics Tally charts Number Factors Statistics Extract data and interpret discrete bar charts Number Prime numbers Statistics Construct simple bar charts Number Common multiples Statistics Dual bar charts Number Common factors Statistics Pictograms Number Knowing simple fraction, decimal and percentage equivalents Statistics Find range and mode from a bar chart Number Convert percentages to fractions out of 100 Statistics Interpret simple pie charts Number Convert percentage to decimals Geometry and measures Labelling lines, angles, and triangles Number Convert terminating decimals to fractions Geometry and measures Area of squares and rectangles using the formula Number Calculate simple percentages Geometry and measures Use the formula for the area of a triangle Algebra Inputs and outputs of more complex functions expressed in words Geometry and measures Begin to estimate the size of angles Algebra Read values from straight line graphs Ratio, proportion and rates of change To identify fractions Algebra Drawing and plotting straight line graphs Ratio, proportion and rates of change Simple fraction, decimal and percentage equivalents Algebra Read and plot coordinates in all four quadrants
 Topic: Lesson: Topic: Lesson: Number Multiply 3 digit by 2 digit numbers Geometry and measures Interior and exterior angles Number Adding and subtracting simple fractions Geometry and measures Vertically opposite angles Number Add and subtract from negatives Geometry and measures Solve simple problems with length and area Number Add and subtract integers from positive and negative numbers Geometry and measures Draw diagrams with lines of symmetry Number Inverse operations Geometry and measures Rotational symmetry Number Simplifying fractions Geometry and measures Identify the order of rotational symmetry Number Fractions of quantities and measurements Geometry and measures Solving problems using properties of triangles Number 17.50% Geometry and measures Solving problems using properties of quadrilaterals Number Order fractions, decimals and percentages Ratio, proportion and rates of change Compare quantities using ratio Algebra Substitute positive integers into simple formulae Ratio, proportion and rates of change Convert between metric units Algebra Forming expressions from words Ratio, proportion and rates of change One number as a fraction of another Statistics Produce pie charts Ratio, proportion and rates of change Share quantities in a given ratio Statistics Compare distributions using range and median Ratio, proportion and rates of change Simplify ratio Statistics Calculate the mean from a frequency table
 Topic: Lesson: Topic: Lesson: Number Multiply a fraction by an integer Geometry and measures Formulae for the volume of cube and a cuboid Number Learn fractional equivalents to key recurring decimals Geometry and measures Calculate the area of parallelograms Algebra use graphs to solve distance-time problems. Geometry and measures Parts of a circle Algebra Find the coordinates of points identified by geometrical information in 2D Ratio, proportion and rates of change Use a ratio to find one quantity when the other is known Algebra Begin to use linear expressions to describe the nth term

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