# 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**

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

**LESSON
OBJECTIVE**: Pupils should be able to:

- Write the numeral in 10,000 And 100,000.
- Counting in thousands up 1,000,000.
- Identify the place value i.e. M, H.T.H, T.Th, TH, H, T, U.
- 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****:**

- Ordering of Whole numbers with Symbols up to 100,000.
- <, >and
=

< greater than

= Equal to

** ****LESSON OBJECTIVE**:
Pupils should be able to:

- Express inequalities of 4 to 6 Digits numbers using the terms Greater than, less than and Equal to.
- Ordering
given whole

Number e.g. 124850 > 47998

8999 < 9899

54+56= 110

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

**WEEK
4 CONTENT**

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

**LESSON
OBJECTIVE**: Pupils should be able to:

- Read Roman numerals up to 100.
- Write roman numerals up To 100.
- Write the value of each Numerals in normal form…
- 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**

- Ordering os Of equivalent Fractions.

**LESSON
OBJECTIVE**: Pupils should be able to:

- 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**

- Proper, improper Fractions and mixed Number.

**LESSON
OBJECTIVE**: Pupils should be able to:

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

**WEEK
7 CONTENT: **Decimal Fractions.

**LESSON
OBJECTIVE**: Pupils should be able to:

- 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:

- Add whole numbers in Th H T U with or without Renaming.
- 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:

- Subtract 4
digit numbers With – out renaming e.g.

6 5 3 8 – 2 4 1 3 - Subtract 4 digit numbers With renaming e.g. 9 4 2 1 – 4 6 1 4
- 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: **

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

**LESSON
OBJECTIVE**: Pupils should be able to:

- Add two proper fractions.
- Subtract two proper fractions.
- Add proper fraction and Mixed numbers.
- Subtract proper fractions and mixed numbers.

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

** WEEK 11**

- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals up to 3 Places.

**LESSON
OBJECTIVE**: Pupils should be able to:

- Add decimal numbers up to 3 Places.
- 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**