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Overview of Primary 1 Math Syllabus

The 2020 Primary 1 Math Syllabus can be broadly divided into 3 main branches – Numbers, Measurement and Geometry and finally, Graphs. Here are the topics and skills that you can expect to find in our system.

P1 Math: Numbers

Math for Primary 1 kids begins with simple counting before they move on to learn how to add, subtract, multiply and divide.

The Primary 1 (P1) Math topics that are covered under the topic Numbers are: Numbers, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division. You can refer to the table below for the breakdown of the skills in each topic. Whole Numbers

• Count the number of objects (Max:10)
• Count the number of objects (Max:20)
• Count the number of objects in tens (Max:100)
• Compare and order numbers (Max:10)
• Compare and order numbers (Max:20)
• Compare and order numbers (Max:100)
• Understand place values up to 10
• Identifying ordinal numbers • Know number bonds for numbers up to 10
• Add a 1-digit number to 2-digit number Subtraction

• Subtract 2 1-digit numbers
• Subtract a 1-digit number to 2-digit number
• Subtract 2 2-digit numbers Multiplication

• Multiply within 40 Division

• Divide within 20 Patterns

• Identify patterns in number sequences
• Identify patterns 2D shapes according to size, shape, colour & orientation Money

• Count amount of money in cents up to \$1
• Count amount of money in dollars up to \$100

P1 Math: Measurement and Geometry

The Primary 1 (P1) Math topics that are covered under Measurement and Geometry are: Shapes, Length, Time and Money. See below for the breakdown of the skills in each topic. Length

• Measure and estimate the length in non-standard units
• Compare the length of objects through observation Time

• Read the time to the hour/half hour 2D Shapes

• Identify a square
• Identify a rectangle
• Identify a circle
• Identify a triangle
• Cutting shapes into basic pieces

P1 Math: Graphs

The Primary 1 (P1) Math topic under Graphs mainly focuses on Picture Graphs. Data Analysis

• Read and interpret picture graphs

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