# FIRST TERM MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY FOUR (4)/ BASIC FOUR (4)

WEEK 1 CONTENT

• WHOLE NUMBERS – Revision of counting And writing up to 9999

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

• Count numbers up to 9999
• Write numbers up to 9999
• State the place value of a Digit in numbers up to 9999

WEEK 2 CONTENT: COUNTING OF NUMBER

1. Counting up to one Million in ones, tens, Hundreds and Thousands

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Write the numeral in 10,000 And 100,000.
2. Counting in thousands up 1,000,000.
3. Identify the place value i.e. M, H.T.H, T.Th, TH, H, T, U.
4. Counting in millions (M); Hundred thousand (H.Th); Tens of thousands (T.Th), Thousands (Th), Hundred (H), Tens (T) and (U).

QUANTITATIVE REASONING:  Reasoning quantitatively in Counting whole numbers e.g.
6,000,000
100,000
10,000
1,000
100
10
0

WEEK 3 CONTENT:

1. Ordering of Whole numbers with Symbols up to 100,000.
2. <, >and =
< greater than
= Equal to

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Express inequalities of 4 to 6 Digits numbers using the terms Greater than, less than and Equal to.
2. Ordering given whole
Number e.g. 124850 > 47998
8999 < 9899
54+56= 110

QUANTITATIVE REASONINGReason quantitatively in re-Arranging these numbers: 7007,7070,70007,770000 And 707000.

WEEK 4 CONTENT

1. ROMAN NUMERALS i.e. (I to C)

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Read Roman numerals up to 100.
2. Write roman numerals up To 100.
3. Write the value of each Numerals in normal form…
4. Solve exercise involving Conversion from Arabic Numerals to roman numerals and vice versa.
• QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Give example on quantitative
Aptitude e.g. find the missing Number below:
Sample: L↔ 50.

WEEK 5 CONTENT

1. Ordering os Of equivalent Fractions.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Obtain fractions equivalent To a given fraction in.

(I). Increasing order.

(ii). Decreasing order.

• QUANTITATIVE REASONING:  Give exercises on quantitative Reasoning e.g. find the missing Fractions.

WEEK 6 CONTENT

1. Proper, improper Fractions and mixed Number.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Differentiate between proper And improper fractions.
2. Change improper fractions To mixed numbers and vice versa.
3. Appreciate litre as the unit of Capacity.
4. Express fraction in its lowest Term
5. QUANTITATIVE REASONING:  Guide pupils to solve problems on quantitative Reasoning.

WEEK 7 CONTENT: Decimal Fractions.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Use decimal fractions up to Tenth and hundredths

QUANTITATIVE REASONING:  Give exercises on quantitative
Reasoning

WEEK 8 CONTENT: Addition of Whole numbers.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Add whole numbers in Th H T U with or without Renaming.
2. Appreciate the need for correct Addition in everyday activities e.g. There are 758 girls and 549 Boys in a school, what is the Population of that school?

QUANTITATIVE REASONING:  Give exercises on quantitative
Reasoning.

WEEK 9 CONTENT: Subtraction of Whole numbers

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Subtract 4 digit numbers With – out renaming e.g.
6 5 3 8 – 2 4 1 3
2. Subtract 4 digit numbers With renaming e.g. 9 4 2 1 – 4 6 1 4
3. Appreciate the need for Correct subtraction in everyday Activities e.g. if there are 2654 Pupils in a school with 1296 Boys, how many girls are there In that school?

QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Give examples on quantitative.

WEEK 10:

1. Addition and Subtraction of Two proper fraction.
2. Proper fraction and mixed number.
3. Interpret word Problems and solve correctly.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

2. Subtract two proper fractions.
3. Add proper fraction and Mixed numbers.
4. Subtract proper fractions and mixed numbers.

Quantitative Aptitude:  Solve quantitative aptitude Involving addition and Subtraction of fractions.

WEEK 11

1. Addition and Subtraction of Decimals up to 3 Places.

LESSON OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. Add decimal numbers up to 3 Places.
2. Subtract decimal numbers Up to 3 places.

Quantitative reasoning:  Solve problems on quantitative Analysis involving addition and Subtraction of decimal.

WEEK 11:  REVISION OF FIRST TERMS WORKS

WEEK 13:   EXAMINATION

1. Uzo says:
2. Bilyaminu Aminu Kangere says: