`Manyam Franchised Syllabus`

By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to: a) Recognize and identify place value and total value up to ten thousands b) Read and write numbers in symbols and in words up to 99999 c) Obtain multiples and factors (divisors) of given numbers d) Recognize and identify even and odd numbers
i. Place value and total value ii. Reading and writing numbers in symbols and in words iii. Multiples and factors (divisors) of numbers iv. Divisibility tests for 2, 5 and 10 v. Odd and even numbers
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to: a) Recognize, read and write fractions up to twelveths b) Recognize, identify and obtain equivalent fractions c) Compare fractions to determine ‘greater than’ ‘less than’ and ‘equal to’
i. Fraction as part of a whole and part of a group ii. Equivalent fractions iii. Comparing fractions
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to recognize and write decimals involving tenths and hundredths
i. Place value of decimals ii. The decimal notation
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to: a. Add up to 5 – digit numbers without and with carrying b. Subtract up to 5 – digit numbers from up to a 5 – digit number without and with borrowing c. Multiply a 2 – digit number by a 1 – digit number without and with carrying d. Multiply a 2 –digit number by a 1- digit number through repeated subtraction e. Divide a 2 – digit number by a 1-digit number through repeated subtraction f. Divide numbers with not more than 3-digits by up to 2-difit numbers without and with remainder g. Recognize and identify number patterns involving basic operations
I. Addition up to 5 –digit numbers II. Subtract up to 5-digit numbers III. Multiplication of 2-digit number by a 1-digit number IV. Multiplication of two digit number by ten and multiples of 10 V. Division of a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number through repeated subtraction VI. Division of up to a 3-digit number by up to a 2-digit number VII. Number patterns involving basic operations Note a. Develop the long form notation of division and relate it to repeated subtraction b. For number patterns, use simple sequences involving basic operations in whole numbers
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to: a. Add and subtract fractions with the same denominator b. Multiply a whole number by a fraction c. Multiply a fraction by a whole number
i. Addition of fractions with the same denominator ii. Multiplication of a whole number by a fraction iii. Multiplication of a fraction by a whole number
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to add and subtract decimals up to two decimal places
i. Addition and subtraction of decimals
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to: a. Recognize and identify the centimeter as a unit of measuring length b. Measure and estimate length in metres and centimeters c. Convert metres to centimeters and vice versa d. Work out addition and subtraction involving length an metres and centimeters e. Work out multiplication and division involving length in metres and centimeters Content i> The centimeter as a unit for measuring length ii> Measure and estimate length in centimeters and metres iii> Convert metres to centimeters and vice versa iv> Addition and subtraction involving length in metres and centimeters v> Multiplication and division involving length in metres and centimeters
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to work out perimeter of squares and rectangles
1. Perimeter as distance all round 2. Perimeter of squares and rectangles
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to compare and measure area of squares and rectangles in square units
i> Direct comparison of surfaces ii> Area of squares and rectangles through counting in unit squares iii> Area of rectangles and squares as product of the number of rows and columns
Develop the concept of area through tiling
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to work out the volume of cubes and cuboids
i> Volume of cubes and cuboids by piling ii> Volume of cube and cuboids by counting unit cubes in a stack
The stacks should be may be using cubes and cuboids
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to: a. Measure and estimate capacity to the nearest litre, half litre and quarter litre b. Work out addition and subtraction involving litre, half litre and quarter litre
i> Measuring and estimating capacity ii> Addition and subtraction involving litre, half litre and quarter litre.
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to: a. Measure and estimate mass to the nearest kilogram, half kilogram and quarter kilogram b. Work out addition and subtraction involving mass in kilogram, half kilogram and quarter kilogram.
i> Measuring and estimating mass ii> Adding and subtracting mass in kilograms (kg), half kilograms (1/2 kg) and a quarter kilograms (1/4 kg)
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to: a. Convert shillings to cents and vice versa b. Work out basic operations involving money in shillings and cents c. Carry out shopping activities involving change and balance.
i> Conversion of shillings to cents and vice versa ii> Operations involving shillings and cents iii> Shopping activities involving change and balance
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to: a. Recognize and identify a minute as a unit of measuring time b. Read and tell time to the minute c. Convert units of time from one unit to another d. Work out problems involving the calendar in real life situations
i> The minute as a unit of measuring time ii> Reading and telling time to the minute iii> Conversion of minutes to hours, hours to days, days to months and months to years and vice versa iv> The calendar
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to: a. Recognize and identify the angle b. Recognize and draw right angles using square corners c. Recognize and identify acute and obtuse angles d. Make patterns involving squares, rectangles and triangles
i> The angle ii> The right angle iii> Comparison of angles iv> Acute and obtuse angles v> Making patterns
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to use letters to represent numbers
i> Use of letters for numbers
By the end of the topic, the learner should be able to collect and record simple data in tables
i> Collection of data ii> Recording data iii> Making simple tables
Use three column tables to include ‘quantity’ ‘tally mark’ and ‘number of items’. |