# Late level 1 plan (term 1)

Planning notes

This plan is a starting point for planning a mathematics and statistics teaching programme for a term. The resources listed cover about 50% of your teaching time. Further resources need to be added to meet the specific learning needs of your class, to support your local curriculum and to provide sufficient teaching for a full term.

Level One
Integrated
Units of Work
This unit provides you with a range of opportunities to assess the entry level of achievement of your students.
• Use groupings to efficiently count the number of objects in a set.
• Create picture graphs about category data and discuss patterns in the data.
• Create and follow instructions to make a model made with shapes.
• Order a set of objects by mass (weight).
• Create a sequential pattern and predict further members...

## Making ten

Level One
Number and Algebra
Units of Work
The purpose of this unit of sequenced lessons is to develop knowledge and understanding of combinations to ten.
• Explore the numerals to ten.
• Instantly recognise patterns within and for ten.
• Make and record groupings within and for ten.
• Recall and apply groupings to ten using te reo Māori.
• Recognise the usefulness of just knowing combinations to ten.
• Use an ‘if I know ___, then I know___’ approach to solving number...

## Teddy Bears and Friends

Level One
Geometry and Measurement
Units of Work
In this unit we compare the lengths of ākonga soft toys directly, and then indirectly using non-standard measurement units.
• Compare a group of 3 or more objects by length.
• Measure length with non-standard units.

## How long now?

Level One
Geometry and Measurement
Units of Work
In this unit students compare the duration of events and learn to read time to the hour and half-hour.
• Directly compare the duration of two events.
• Use non-standard units to compare the duration of two or more events.
• Tell time to the hour and half hour using analogue clocks.

## Amazing Mazes

Level One
Geometry and Measurement
Units of Work
This unit introduces some of the key concepts of position and direction in the context of a series of activities around mazes.
• Use the language of direction to describe the route through a maze.
• Use the language of direction to guide a partner through a maze.
• Rotate their body and other objects through 1/4 and 1/2 turns.
• Follow a sequence of directions.
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