
1First class Standards
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Algebra

1.OA.1.1
Extending and using patterns
• recognise pattern, including odd and even numbers
• explore and use patterns in addition facts
• understand the use of a frame to show the presence of an unknown number 

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1.5810

1.7115


1.OA.1.1

Measures

1.M.1.1
Length
• estimate, compare, measure and record length using nonstandard units
• select and use appropriate nonstandard measuring units and instruments
• estimate, measure and record length using standard unit (the metre)
• solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving length 

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1.1005

1.1015

1.1025

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1.M.1.2
Weight
• estimate, compare, measure and record weight using nonstandard units
• select and use appropriate nonstandard measuring units and instruments
• estimate, measure and record weight using standard unit (the kilogram) and solve simple problems 

1.1045


1.M.1.3
Capacity
• estimate, compare, measure and record capacity using nonstandard units
• select and use appropriate nonstandard measuring units and instruments
• estimate, measure and record capacity using standard unit (the litre) and solve simple problems 

1.1055


1.M.1.4
Time
• use the vocabulary of time to sequence events
• read and record time using simple devices
• read time in hours and halfhours on 12hour analogue clock
• read day, date and month using calendar 

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1.M.1.5
Money (use up to introduction of the euro)
• recognise, exchange and use coins up to the value of 50p
• calculate how many items may be bought with a given sum. 

1.M.1.6
Money  euro
• recognise, exchange and use coins up to the value of 50 cents
• calculate how many items may be bought with a given sum. 

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1.M.1.1

Shape and Space

1.SS.1.1
Spatial awareness
• explore, discuss, develop and use the vocabulary of spatial relations
• give and follow simple directions within classroom and school settings 

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1.SS.1.2
2D shapes
• sort, describe, compare and name 2D shapes: square, rectangle, triangle, circle, semicircle
• construct and draw 2D shapes
• combine and partition 2D shapes
• identify halves of 2D shapes
• identify and discuss the use of 2D shapes in the environment 

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1.SS.1.3
3D shapes
• describe, compare and name 3D shapes, including cube, cuboid, cylinder and sphere
• discuss the use of 3D shapes in the environment
• solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving 2D and 3D shapes
• explore the relationship between 2D and 3D shapes. 

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1.SS.1.4
Symmetry
• identify line symmetry in shapes and in the
environment
• fold shapes in half, blob and fold paintings
• complete shapes or pictures symmetrically
collect and sort objects on the basis of symmetry. 

1.SS.1.5
Angles
• explore and recognise angles in the environment
investigate things that turn: door handles, wheels
make full, half and quarter turns in yard or hall
investigate angles as corners; use a right angle made
from card to ‘measure’ corners on 2D shapes; discuss
relate square corner to quarter turn. 

1.SS.1.1

Number

1.NS.1.1
Counting and numeration
• count the number of objects in a set
• read, write and order numerals, 099
• estimate the number of objects in a set 020 

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1.115


1.NS.1.2
Comparing and ordering
• compare equivalent and nonequivalent sets 020
• order sets of objects by number
• use the language of ordinal number, first to tenth 

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1.NS.1.3
Place Value
• explore, identify and record place value 099 
1.NS.1.4a
Operations  Addition
• develop an understanding of addition by combining or partitioning sets, use concrete materials 020
• explore, develop and apply the commutative, associative and zero properties of addition
• develop and/or recall mental strategies for addition facts within 20
• construct number sentences and number stories; solve problems involving addition within 20
• add numbers without and with renaming within 99
• explore and discuss repeated addition and group counting 

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1.635

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1.NS.1.4b
Operations  Subtraction
 develop an understanding of subtraction as deducting, as complementing and as difference 020
 develop and/or recall mental strategies for subtraction 020
 construct number sentences and number stories; solve problems involving subtraction 020
 estimate differences within 99
 subtract numbers without renaming within 99
 use the symbols +,  , =
 solve onestep problems involving addition or subtraction. 

1.NS.1.5
Fractions
• establish and identify half of sets to 20 

1.NS.1.1

Data

1.D.1.1
Representing and interpreting data
• sort and classify objects by two and three criteria
• represent and interpret data in two, three or four rows or columns using real objects, models and pictures 

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