# FIRST TERM MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY FIVE (5)/ BASIC FIVE (5)

WEEK 1 CONTENT:

1. Reading and Writing numbers up to One million in words And figures
2. Meaningful  counting

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Read and write number up to One million in words e.g. 16384= Sixteen thousand three Hundred and eighty four.
2. Read and write numbers up to one million in figures e.g. 2345687 = Two million three hundred and Forty five thousand six hundred And eighty – seven.
3. Read and write numbers up to one million in figures e.g. 2345687 = Two million three hundred and Forty five thousand six hundred And eighty – seven.
4. Count in thousands and Millions e.g. (i). 6000, 7000, 8000
(ii). 1460 000, 2460 000, 3460
000…………..

QUANTITATIVE REASONING:  Solve quantitative aptitude
Problem related to thousand And millions.

WEEK 2 CONTENT:

1. Place value of whole numbers.
2. Place value of a Digit in decimal

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Give the value of a digit in a Whole number e.g. the values of
Each digit of the number 345895 Are 3,30000, 4= 40 000, 5= 5000,
8= 800, 9= 90, 5= 5.
2. State the value of each of the
Digit in the decimal number given.
e.g. 345.726
3 = 300
4 = 40
5 = 5
7 = 7⁄10 or 0.7
2 = 2⁄100 or 0.02
6 = 6⁄1000 or 0.006
3. QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative aptitude Problems related to place value e.g. 25.324

WEEK 3 CONTENT:

1. Changing fractions To decimals.
2.  Changing decimals To fractions.
3. Changing fractions And decimals to Percentages.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Change fraction to decimals.
2. Change decimal to fractions.
3. Change fractions and decimals To percentages.

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Pupils should be able to solve quantitative aptitude problems Related to decimals, fractions & Percentages.

WEEK 4 CONTENT: PRIME NUMBERS

(i). Identification of Add and even Numbers
(ii). Identification of Prime numbers, less Than 100

(iii). LCM

(iv). HCF

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Identify even numbers in a given Set of numbers. Even number is a number which Is divisible by 2 e.g. 2,4,6,8,10,12 Etc.
Note: Any number that ends in 0 or 2 or 4 or 8 is an even
2. Identify odd numbers in a given Set of numbers. Odd numbers are set of numbers that is not divisible by 2 e.g. 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17 etc.
3.   Identify prime numbers less than 100 in a given set of numbers. Prime
Number is a number that has only two Factors, itself and 1 e.g. 2, 3, 5,7,11,13,17,19, etc. it is Only 2 out of the even numbers that is a prime.
4. Solve problems involving LCM E.g. find the LCM of 10 and 15
5. Solve problems involving HCF E.g. Find the HCF of 30 and 42

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative aptitude problems
Related to prime numbers and factors.

WEEK 5 CONTENT:  RATIO

(i). Meaning of ratio

(ii). Appreciate the Need for ratio in Solving everyday Problems.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. State the meaning of ratio
e.g. Ratio is the relationship between two things determined by the number of times ones contain in the other e.g. The ages of Tade and Tunde are 15 Years and 9 years respectively when
Expressed in ratio:
15 years : 9 years divided by 3
5 : 3 in simplest Form)
2. Share 45 oranges between Jack And Jill in the ratio 4:5 respectively

Jack : Jill
4 : 5
The sum of ratio = 4+5 = 9

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE: Pupils should be able to solve a quantitative aptitude
Problem related to ratio.
E.g. 2:5 = 8: M what is M?

WEEK 6 CONTENT:

(a). Addition of Whole numbers Involving three or More items

(b). Subtraction of whole numbers Involving three or More terms

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

Three or more terms e.g.
TH H T U
5 6 7 4
+ 3 4 6 0
2 5 7 0
2. Subtract whole numbers
Involving three or more terms
e.g. TH H T U
6 7 5 8
− 3 4 3 5

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QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE: They should be able to solve quantitative aptitude Problem involving addition and Subtraction of whole numbers.

WEEK 7 CONTENT: Addition and Subtractions of Fractions and mixed
Numbers

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils will be able to:

2. Subtract fractions
3. Add and subtract fraction with Mixed numbers

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE: the children should be able to solve a quantitative aptitude Problems related to addition and Subtraction of fraction and mixed
Numbers.

WEEK 8 CONTENT: Multiplication – Multiplication of 3 digit number by a 3 digit number.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Multiply 3 digit number by a 3 digit Number e.g. 345 × 246
2. Using “of” in Multiplying fractions
3. Multiplication of Decimals by whole Numbers.

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative aptitude problems relating of multiplication of decimals by whole numbers.

WEEK 9 CONTENT:

(a). Square of Numbers
(b). Square Roots
(c). Squares of whole Numbers up to 50

(d). Square roots of whole numbers Up to 900

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Calculate the squares of whole Numbers up to 50
e.g. 42 = 4 × 4 = 16
52 = 5 × 5 = 25
72 = 7 × 7 = 49
92 = 9× 9 = 81
102 = 10 × 10 = 100
112 = 11× 11 = 121
1. Define square root
1. Write the symbol of square root(√ )
1. Calculate the square root of Whole numbers up to 900.

DEFINITION: A square root is the Number multiplied by itself to give a square

• Calculate the square root of Whole number by factorization e.g. Find the square root of 400.

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative aptitude relating to squares and square root of whole Numbers.

WEEK 10 CONTENT:

1. Division of Numbers by 10, 20 ……………,90
2. Division of Numbers by 100 and 200
3. Division of Decimals by multiples Of 10 up to 90
4.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Divide numbers by 10 and Multiples of 10 up to 90 e.g. Divide 6120 by 20, 40, 80
2. Divide numbers by 100 and 200
3. Divide decimals by multiples Of 10 up to 90

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative aptitude Problems of decimals.

WEEK 11 CONTENT:

1. Division of Decimals by 100 and 200.
2. Division of whole Numbers by 2 – digit Numbers.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Divide decimals by 100 and 200
2. Divide whole number by 2- digit Number e.g. divide 768 by 24

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Solve quantitative aptitude Problems on division of whole Numbers by 2 – digit numbers.

WEEK 12:  REVISION

WEEK 13:   EXAMINATION

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