# Grade 1/2

**Term 2 Learning**

Welcome to Term 2!

We have another exciting term ahead.

This term, the children will be learning 'how to be a scientist' through our integrated topic, as well as working with the four operations in maths.

We also have our 10th Anniversary celebrations at our current Hiller Lane site, as well as our Grade 1/2 swimming program. We will keep you updated with the dates for these events though our school calendar.

We are looking forward to another wonderful term working with your children.

**Religious Education Units**

**Focus of Unit:**

Concept ~ Responsibility

**Christian Ethics; personal and social**

As stewards of creation, God calls humanity to care for self and all of creation as a gift of love. CEL1-2E1

**God, Religion and Society**

God as love can be imaged in many ways and can be realised through a variety of experiences. GRSL1-2E2

**Numeracy Focus**

What will Grade 1/2 be learning in Numeracy this term?

**Place Value** ** **

- I can read numbers up to and including 100.
- I can read number names up to and including 100.
- I can write the numerals up to and including 100.
- I can write the numerals 0-9 without reversals.
- I can phonetically write number names up to and including 100
- I can locate numbers on a numberline up to and including 100 I can model a number up to and including 100 with materials such as pop sticks, unifix, and tens frames.
- I can partition numbers into tens and ones
**I can find ten more/less than a number**- I can order numbers from smallest to largest up to and including 100.
- I can solve simple place value problems (ordering smallest to largest)
- I can find a number on a hundreds chart
- I can model counting over the decades with materials. (eg - 49 and then rebundle to 50), both forwards and backwards.
- I can subitise small collections of objects up to and including 10.

** Grade 2**

- I can phonetically write number names up to and including 1000.
- I can read numbers up to and including 1000.
- I can write the numerals up to and including 1000.
- I can read number names up to and including 1000.
- I can locate numbers on a numberline up to and including 1000.
- I can model a number with materials such as pop sticks, unifix, tens frames and MAB up to and including 1000.I can partition numbers into hundreds, tens and ones.
- I can find ten more/less than a number
- I can find one hundred more/less than a number.
- I can order numbers from smallest to largest up to and including 1000.
**I can solve simple place value problems.**- I can model counting over the hundreds with materials. (eg - 199 and then rebundle to 200), both forwards and backwards.

**Addition and Subtraction**

**Grade 1**

- I can make 2 groups using concrete materials and join them together to find the total.
- I can write an addition number sentence using the written symbol.
- I can use my tens facts to solve simple addition problems.
- I can bridge to ten to help me find a total. (Partitioning numbers)
- I can count on 1,2,or 3 from the largest number.
- I can double to 10.
- I can use near doubles to add one.
- I can use turn around facts to help me solve addition problems.
- I can use a number line to record my thinking.
- I can solve oral worded problems
- I can solve a written addition problem.
- I can use my tens facts to help me answer a fact up to 20.
- I can solve a take- away problem using concrete materials.
- I can write a subtraction number sentence using the symbol.
- I can relate addition facts to the solving of subtraction problems, e.g 6 + 4 = 10, 10 - 6 =4. (Fact families)
- I can find the difference.
- I can ‘count down to or up from’’ depending on how wide the gap is to find the difference.
- I can double to 10.
- I can bridge back to 10, e.g 12 -4
- I can solve oral worded problems.
- I can solve written worded problems
**.** - I can use a number line to record my thinking.

**Grade 2**

- I can make 2 groups using concrete materials and join them together to find the total.
- I can write an addition number sentence using the written symbol. (2 digit plus 2 digit)
- I can use my tens facts to solve simple addition problems.
- I can add ten on and off the decade.
- I can bridge to multiples of 10 to help me find a total. (Partitioning numbers) E.g split jump strategy - Keep one number together and partition the other.
- I can double to 20.
- I can double the decades.
- I can use near doubles.
- I can mentally calculate the answer to an addition problem.
- I can use a number line to record my thinking.
- I can solve oral worded problems (Counting up)
- I can write an addition problem solving question.
- I can solve a written addition problem.
- I can use my tens facts to help me answer a fact up to 20.
- I can solve a take- away problem using concrete materials.
- I can write a subtraction number sentence using the symbol.
- I can relate addition facts to the solving of subtraction problems, e.g 6 + 4 = 10, 10 - 6 =4. (Fact families)
- I can find the difference.
- I can ‘count down to or up from’’ depending on how wide the gap is to find the difference.
- I can use near doubles.
- I can take 10 on and off the decade.
- I can bridge back to multiples of 10.
- I can solve oral worded problems.
- I can solve written worded problems.
- I can write a subtraction worded problem. (One that is take-away and one that is ‘difference’.)
- I can use a number line to record my thinking.
- I can mentally calculate the answer to a subtraction problem.
- I can relate addition facts to the solving of subtraction problems, e.g 6 + 4 = 10, 10 - 6 =4. (Fact families)

**Multiplication and Division**

**Grade 1**

- I can organise a collection into equal rows.
- I can make equal groups to solve multiplication problems.
- I can identify when groups are equal.
- I can share objects equally between a small group using trial and error (groups)
- I can recognise when there is a remainder after sharing into equal groups.
- I can draw a picture to match a worded problem.

**Grade 2**

- I can draw equal groups for a multiplication problem
- I can record a multiplication sentence
- I can draw an array for a multiplication problem
- I can write the two number sentences for an array
- I can solve times as many problems
- I can solve problems where the array is partially screened
- I can use repeated additions or the multiplication facts to solve a problem
- I can use CUBES to solve a worded problem

**Measurement - Time and Money**

**Integrated Inquiry **

**Focus Question ~ How Can I Be A Scientist?**

Concept - Earth and space sciences

Earth’s resources are used in a variety of ways (VCSSU047)

People use science in their daily lives (VCSSU041)

**Respectful Relationships**

Knowledge targets - students will know:

- the consequences of their strengths at school and in their family life
- It does not matter if I cannot run fast because I can ..
- That having a go and trying new things is important and can result in positive experiences and growth.
- That everyone has fears
- What friendships require to be maintained such as kindness, support, acceptance, respect

Skills targets - students will be able to:

- discuss whether it is easy to talk to someone when you are happy, excited, angry, sad or scared
- describe how you would tell a friend, parent or teacher about a worry
- describe a personal strength you have and how this can have a positive impact at home with your family and at school
- Identify topics, such as fear, unfamiliar situations, change and challenge, and discuss how these situations make them feel and respond
- provide examples of respect to one another showing both words and actions and discussing how negative words and actions can hurt and making suggestions about how to modify behaviours

**Literacy Focus**

**OLSAL**

Phonemic Awareness/Vocab Chart/Complex Sentences/Genre Grammar/Story Grammar

**VCOP**

Vocabulary, Connections, Openers, Punctuation charts and warm-up games and activities**Genre**:** Holiday Recount**

Tense

FANBOYS

Modelled writing/Interactive writing

**Genre: Information Reports**

Information Reports using commas in lists/ capitalising key events

Vocab (Topic Specific Language)

Interactive/Modelled Writing

**Genre: Poetry**

Cinquain, Haiku, Acrostic, Diamante.

Focus on parts of speech e.g. noun, verb, adverb, adjectives, syllables. Interactive/Modelled Writing

**Hand Writing**

Forms letters using correct formation - beginning in the right places and going the right direction, - revise spacing of words, pencil grip

18mm dotted thirds - using dotted thirds correctly. **(sky, grass, dirt)**

**Clockwise letters, i letter family, u letter family.**