Primary 4 Mathematics Scheme of Work

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The Primary 4 Mathematics covers four basic aspects which are addition, subtraction, multiplication and division using a higher figure of 1-1000. The pupils will practice whole numbers up to a thousand, rounding large digits to any place, multiplication of one by 4 digits and 2 by 2 digits, remainders, factors and prime factors etc.

The topics covered in this class are: Whole numbers, Roman numerals, multiplication, division, lowest common multiple, highest common multiple, fraction, decimal fraction, multiplication of decimals, square, estimation, length, weight, time, capacity, plane shapes etc. These topics should be taught using higher numbers of 1-1000. 

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Primary 4 First Term Scheme of Work for Mathematics

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF EDUCATION UNIFIED SCHEMES
OF WORK FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Mathematics Scheme of Work for Primary/Basic 4
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 4
 SUBJECTMathematics
 TERMFirst Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1REVISION /RESUMPTION TEST
WHOLE NUMBERS
-counting and reading numbers from
1000 up to 9,999
-the place value of numbers up to 9,999
Pupils should be able to:
i. count in hundreds and thousands.
ii. generate numbers using abacus
iii. apply counting of numbers in real life problems.
iv. categorize the value of a digit in numbers up to
9,999 solve
v. quantitative reasoning
2WHOLE NUMBERS (Contd)
-Counting from Thousand to One Million
-MWriting numbers up to One Million
-The place value of numbers up to One
Million
Pupils should be able to:
i. count numbers in Thousands and Millions
ii. write numbers in words up to one million
iii. identify place value of numbers up to one million
3WHOLE NUMBERS
-SKIP COUNTING
-Count in groups of 5’s
-Count in groups of 7’s, 60’s
-Count in groups of 100s and 1000s up
to 10,000
-Quantitative reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. count objects in 5’s count in 7’s and relate it to real life
situations
ii. count in 60’s and relate it to real life situations
iii. solve quantitative reasoning on whole numbers.
4ORDER AND COMPARE WHOLE
NUMBERS
-Ordering of whole nurnbers with symbols
up to 1,000.000.
-Use of relation signs, less than (<),
greater than(>), and equal to(=)
– Quantitative reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. arrange numbers with symbols from the largest to the
smallest
ii. express inequalities of 4 to 7 digit numbers using tho
relation sign greater than less than and equal to
e.g 2690<3678, 723456>43456, 256389= 256389.
iii. rearrange numbers in qualnitative reasoning
5ROMAN NUMERALS
-Counting Roman numerals up to 1000
i.e i-M
– Reading clock faces with Roman
numerals
-Re-write Arabic numbers in Roman
numerals and vice versa
Pupils should be able to:
i. count and write Roman numerals up to 1000
i.e i-M
ii. read and show clock faces with Roman numerals
iii. write Arabic numbers in Roman numarals and vice
versa
iv. solve simple addition and subtraction in Roman
numerals e.g LXV+XI= LXXVi, CCX-CiX= Xi
6BASIC OPERATIONS
-Addition of whole numbers
-Subtraction of whole numbers
-Quantitative Reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. add whole numbers in TH, H, T, U, with and without
reminder
ii. subtract whole numbers in TH, H, T, U, with and
without reminder
iii. solve real life problems involving addition and
subtraction
7MID TERM TEST/ MID TERM BREAK
8MULTIPLICATION
-Multiplication of whole numbers
-Quantitative reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. revise basic multiplication facts
ii. multiply whole number by 2-digit numbers not
exceeding 50 using the grid method and vertical method
iii. solve real life problem on multiplication
iv. solve quantitative aptitude problem involving
multiplication
9DIVISION
-Division of whole numbers
-Quantitative Reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. divide 2- and 3. digit numbers by numbers up to 9
with or without remainder.
ii. divide numbers with multiples of 10 up to 50
iii. solve sharing problems in real life situations.
iv. solve quantitative aptitude involving division.
10LOWEST COMMON MULTIPLE
Lowest Common Multiples
(L.C.M) of numbers
-Quantitative reasoning.
Pupils should be able to:
i. write multiple of number up to 9
ii. find L.C.M using multiple method.
iii. solve real life problems using L.C.M
iv. solve quantitative aptitude involving L.C.M.
11HIGHEST COMMON FACTOR
-Highest Common Factors (H.C.F)
of numbers.
-Quantitative reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. write factors of numbers from 1 -99
ii. identify the common factors of 2 and 3 work out the
common
iii. solve quantitative aptitude related to H.C.F

Primary 4 Second Term Scheme of Work for Mathematics

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 4
 SUBJECTMathematics
 TERMSecond Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1REVISION OF Ist TERM’S WORK.
Resumption test
-Fractions
-Proper fraction
-Improper
-Mixed fraction
-Change of improper fraction to
mixed fraction and vice
-Quantitative reasoning
Pupils shoild be able to:
i. identify some difficult topics from their 1st term’s work
ii. demonstrate and explain the definition of fraction
iii. identify types of fractions
iv. differentiate between types of fractions
v. represent fractions on a number line.
vi. solve quantitative reasoning on fraction
2Fractions
Equivalent fractions
Addition and subtraction of like and
unlike fracåons. Reducing to lowest term
Quantitative reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. obtain equivalent fractions of a given fraction.
ii. calculate addition and subtraction of like and unlike
terms fractions.
iii. apply fractions in sharing commodities in home,
market, school etc
iv. solve quantitative reasoning on equivalent fractions.
3Decimal fractions
-Addtion and subtraction of decimals.
-Quantitative reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. identify decimal fractions up to tenths, hundredth
and thousandth
ii. change from fractions to decimals
iii. calculate addition and subtraction of decimals
iv. solve quantitative reasoning involving decimal
problems
4Multiplication of decimals
-Division of decimals
-Changing common fractions with 10, 100,
and 1000, as denominator to decimal
-Quantitative Reasoning
Pupils should be able to;
i. calculate decimals by multiplying with 1 -digit number
ii. calculate decimals by dividing with 1-dgit number
iii. discover decimals by multiplyang with 10. 100 and
1,000
iv. divide decimals with 10, 100. 1000
v. use numbers greate than 10 to multiply and divide
decimals.
5Square
-Square Root of whole numbers
-Quantitative reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. calculate the square of numbers from 1-20
ii. identify the perfect squares in a set of numbers
e.g. 1, 4, 9, 16 are the perfect squares.
iii. find the square root of perfect squares up to 400
iv. solving word problems involving the calculation of
square of numbers and square root of numbers.
v. solve quantitative reasoning
6ESTIMATION
-Round up of numbers
-Round up on addition and subtraction of
numbers
-Quantitaüve reasoning

Pupils should be able to:
i. identify actual numbers. solve round-up numbers.
ii. calculate addition and subtraction of round-up of
numbers.
iii. interpret and solve real life problems on estimation.
iv. solve quantitative reasoning.
7Review of first half terms and periodic testMID-TERM BREAK
8MONEY
-Conversion of money
-Addition and Subtraction
-Profit and Loss
-Word problems
-Quantitative reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. convert naira to kobo and vice versa.
ii. calculate the sum and difference of money.
iii. differentiate between profit and loss.
iv. solve real life problems on profit and loss.
v. solve quantitative reasoning on money.
9MONEY
-Multiplication of money
-Division of money
-Word problem
-Quantitative reasoning
Pupils shwld be able to.
i. use number to multiply money
ii. divide money by whole number
iii. Solve real problems on multiplication and division of
money (Online shopping to be Included)
iv. solve quantitative reasoning problems.
10OPEN SENTENCE
-Addition and Subtraction
-Multiplication
-Division
-Quantitaüve reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. illustrate and explain the tem open sentence.
ii. predict the missing numbers in an open sentence.
iii. tell stories on open sentence, write and solve the
equations,
iv. solve quantitative reasoning involving open sentence
11REVISIONREVISION
12REVISION
13EXAMINATION

Primary 4 Third Term Scheme of Work for Mathematics

   
 CLASSPrimary/Basic 4
 SUBJECTMathematics
 TERMThird Term
WEEKTOPICSLearning Objectives
1Revision of second term’s work
Resumption Test
Revision of second term’s work
Resumption Test
2LENGTH
-Estimating length
-Comparing measurement
Addition and subtraction of lenght
-Quantitative Aptitude
Pupils should be able to:
i. estimate distance in kilometres and metres e.g estimate
the width or height of a wall, a table, a floor, plane
shapes, to the nearest metre or centimetre
ii. compare measurements in metres and kilometres
e.g Dayo trekked to the store which is a quarter of a
kilometre from his house. If it takes him 15 minutes to get
to the store, how many metres does he walk.
N.B 1 kilometre=100 metres
iii. calculate the addition and subtraction opf length in
kilometre and metres
iv. interprete and solve real life problems on lenghth
v. solve quantitative reasoning on length
3WEIGHT
-Addition and Subtraction of weight
-Multiplication of weight in kilograms by
whole number
-Division of weight in kilogram by whole
numbers
-Quantitative aptitude
Pupils should be able to
i. solve addition problems on weight of objects
e.g 236g + 262= 598g
ii. calculate the difference in weight of objects
iii. solve problems on multiplication of weight in kg and
grams by whole numbers
iv. solve problems on division of weight in kg and grams
by whole numbers
v. solve real life problems on weight
vi. solve quantitative reasoning on weight
4SQUARE AND RECTANGLE
-Perimeter of square perimeter of
rectangle
Area of square and rectangle
-Quantitative aptitude
Pupils should be able to:
i. measure and compute the perimeter of a rectangle.
ii. solve the area of a square and rectangle.
iii. solve real life problems.
iv. solve quantitative reasoning related to areas and
perimeters of squares and rectangles
5TIME
-Calendar
-Date
-Quantitative aptitude
Pupils should be able to:
i. discuss the purpose of time.
ii. identify the seconds, minutes and hour hands on a
clock.
iii. tell the time on the clock (digital and analogue).
iv. read and interpret and calculate time on daily, weekly
and monthly activities using a calendar and recite 60
seconds make 1 minute rhymes of a year calendar.
v. use the notation “a.m. (ante meridian- before noon)”
and “p.m. (post meridian- after noon)’ for time of the day
conversion of hour to minutes, seconds and vice-versa
vi. tell stories on time in connection to real life problems
vii. solve exercises on quantitative aptitude.
6CAPACITY Basic units of measurements
Addition and
Subtraction in litres.
Quantitative aptitude
Pupils should be able to;
i. meaning of capacity.
ii. study the usage of standard measurement of some
liquid containers e.g. bottles of water and soft drink,
gallon of petol, palm oil, groundnut oil etc.,
iii. convert liters to centiliters accurately
e.g.1000cl= 1 liter
iv. show the addition and subtraction in liters correctly.
v. solve real life problems.
vi. solve quantitative aptitude.
7Review of first half terms and periodic testMID-TERM BREAK
8CAPACITY
-Multiplication in liters
-Division in liters
-Quantitative aptitude
Pupils should be able to:
i. calculate the multiplication in litres by whole numbers
ii. solve in litres using division by whole numbers
appreciate litres as the unit of capacity.
iii. Solve real life problems on capacity.
iv. use quantitative reasoning to solve problems in litres.
9PLANE SHAPES
-Symmetry on plane shapes
-Horizontal and vertical lines
-Cardinal points
Pupils should be able to
i. describe the symmetry of a shape.
ii. identify the symmetrical line on plane shapes
e.g square, rectangle, triangle etc. in regulation to
reflection.
iii. locate line(s) of symmetry of plane figures at school
and homes
iv. identify right angle, acute and obtuse angles in plane
shapes.
10THREE DIMENSIONAL SHAPES (3D)
-Quantitative Reasoning
Pupils should be able to:
i. explain the meaning of three dimensional shapes.
ii. distinguish between 2 and 3 dimensional shapes.
iii. list the properties of three dimensional shapes.
iv. appreciate the presence and uses of 3 dimensional
shapes at home.
v. apply 30imentional shapes into real life situations,
vi. solve quantitative reasoning
11EVERYDAY STATISTICS
-Pictogram
-Bar Chart
-Mode
-Simple probability
Pupil should be able to:
i. group data or information using diagram, pictures,
images and symbols.
ii. draw a bar chart identify the mode from the graph.
iii. relate the graph to real life situations.
iv. tell stories on theoretical probability and solve the
problems.
v. solve quantitative reasoning.
12REVISION
13EXAMINATION

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